DeSantis: Removing Trump From Colorado Ballot is Democratic Ploy to Make Him Stronger

During a recent breakfast in Iowa, Ron DeSantis claimed that the removal of Donald Trump from the Colorado ballot was a left-wing ploy to keep Trump in the race. 

The Florida Governor has realized that Republican voters overwhelmingly favor Trump over him. If DeSantis wants to become the GOP nominee, he is going to have to hope the former President is undone legally. So while Vivek Ramaswamy is threatening to boycott Colorado, DeSantis is using a redirection ploy. 

The Republican began, "What the left and the media and the Democrats are doing — they’re doing all this stuff, to basically solidify support in the primary for him, get him into the general, and the whole general election is going to be all this legal stuff."

DeSantis continued, "The question is — is that going to work? And I think they have a playbook that unfortunately will work. And it’ll give Biden or the Democrat or whoever the ability to skate through this thing. That’s their plan; that’s what they want."

The Florida governor closed:

"What they don’t want is to have somebody like me, who will make the election not about all those other issues, but it’ll make the election about the failures of Biden, the failures of the left and how we’re going to be able to turn the country around."