DeSantis to Announce Presidential Run After Midterms

Roger Stone believes Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantis intends to run for president, and will announce his candidacy after the upcoming midterms.

Stone also suggested that if the GOP falls short in the midterms, which is a possibility, Donald Trump doesn’t want to take the blame, especially if congressional Republicans throw the election away – and DeSantis equally doesn’t want attention prior to the midterms.

“I happen to believe that Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Florida governor – my governor – intends to announce his candidacy literally, immediately, after the election, and I think [Trump] needs to remain mindful of that,” Stone said on the Alex Jones Show. “I still think it is more likely than not that he will be a candidate.”

“…That’s not just my instinct, that’s hard intelligence and, by the way, as President Donald Trump has said, Ron DeSantis has the right to do that.”

Trump had told insiders he was going to announce his own candidacy back in July, which never materialized, and Stone implied that it was because Trump didn’t want to influence the midterm races among other things.

It is quite likely that had Trump announced his run, it may have galvanized more Democrats to vote in November.

Additionally, if the GOP leadership threw the midterm elections to Democrats, they could’ve then blamed the loss on Trump announcing his candidacy beforehand.

On the other hand, if the GOP performs poorly in the midterms, Trump will likely blame RINO Republicans who have spoke out against “America First” candidates.

Case in point, Stone also warned that Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was working behind the scenes with Democrats to keep focus on abortion and to make a major issue in the upcoming election – despite the fact that provides no upside to the GOP.

“I think Lindsey Graham – a classic RINO – working with the Democrats to make abortion front-and-center in this election,” he said.

In short, both Trump and DeSantis don’t want to be in the spotlight by announcing their runs before the midterms.

“All elections are about the incumbent party, about the job being done by congressional Democrats in combination with the Biden White House,” Stone stated.

He also threw cold water on the idea that Trump and DeSantis would run together, stating that the electoral college would get in the way as both are from Florida.

“You cannot have a president and a vice president from the same state because, if you do, you would forfeit the electoral votes of Florida 27 votes – that’s too precious for us to do,” he explained.

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