WATCH: Governor DeSantis Releases POWERFUL New Ad That Slams Biden, Showcases Florida’s Success

On Sunday, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) released a new political ad that many regard as a presidential campaign ad. The ad boasts about Gov. DeSantis’s leadership in Florida during the Covid-19 Pandemic and repeatedly attacks President Biden for his failures over the past two years of his presidency.

The ad begins with an excerpt from a speech given by the governor where he states “When the world lost its mind. When common sense suddenly became an uncommon virtue. Florida was a refuge of sanity. A citadel of freedom for our fellow Americans and even for people around the world.”

“Florida’s success has been made more difficult by the floundering federal establishment in Washington, D.C.,” he said. “An inflationary spending bid that has left our nation weaker and our citizens poorer.”

“It has enacted pandemic restrictions and mandates. It has recklessly facilitated open borders. It is imposed an energy policy that has crippled our nation’s domestic production,” the ad continued. “This has caused many to be pessimistic about the country’s future. Some even say that failure is inevitable.”

“Florida is proof positive that we the people are not destined for failure,” the political ad filled with images of DeSantis explained. “Florida is leading the nation. We are the nation’s fastest-growing state. We rank number one in education freedom. We are number one in economic freedom. Florida also ranks number one in public higher education.”

“This is a record that we can all be proud of,” DeSantis added, concluding, “Decline is a choice, success is attainable, and freedom is worth fighting for.”

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While the governor has continued to release ads like these to boost his national profile, he is still struggling to win support amongst Republican voters.

As previously reported by the DC Enquirer, a new poll from Fox News, conducted from February 19-22, showed Trump with a double-digit lead over his potential opponents, as reported by Fox News. He carried the respondents’ vote with 43 percent support while Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) had 28 percent support, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and former Vice President Mike Pence both had seven percent support, and Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) and former Congresswoman Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) had two percent support.

A recent poll from California, however, may give a potential DeSantis campaign some hope. Amongst Republican voters in California, there are 5.2 million of them, DeSantis is leading the 45th president by 17 points, according to Politico.

With polling showing overall that President Trump is enjoying a wide majority of support amongst Republican voters, it is possible that a potential matchup between the two leading Republicans could be a rehashing of 2016.

During Trump’s first presidential run, the leader of the America First movement carried 44.9 percent of the Republican primary vote while Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) had 25.1 percent of the vote. It is possible that such a scenario could repeat given current polling, however, it will be up to the voters to decide who is worthy to lead the party forward into 2024.

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