DeSantis Fires 1/3 Staff, Blames Media for Slumping 2024 Campaign!

In a shocking turn of events, Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida has reportedly decided to shake things up in his presidential campaign for the 2024 election. And by shake things up, we mean he’s firing more than one-third of his staff. Ouch! It seems like DeSantis is feeling the pressure as his poll numbers continue to suffer.

According to reports from the ever-reliable Politico, the DeSantis campaign has confirmed that they will be cutting a total of 38 jobs across various departments. That’s a lot of pink slips! Some of the casualties include ten event planning positions and two senior campaign advisers. It’s like a game of political Survivor, and unfortunately, these folks didn’t make the cut.

In a statement, DeSantis’ campaign manager, Generra Peck, tried to put a positive spin on the situation, claiming that these aggressive steps were necessary to put DeSantis in the strongest position to win the primary and defeat Joe Biden. Well, let’s hope so, Generra, because things are not looking too promising at the moment.

It seems that financial troubles are plaguing the DeSantis campaign as well. Despite an impressive fundraising effort that brought in a whopping $20 million, most of that money has already been spent. Yikes! It turns out that the majority of these funds came from donors who have already reached their contribution limit for the year and can’t donate again. Talk about a fundraising faux pas!

In light of these financial woes, DeSantis will reportedly be cutting down on travel expenditures by hosting smaller, more intimate events. Hey, there’s nothing wrong with saving a few bucks, right? But let’s not forget the elephant in the room (no pun intended) – DeSantis’ poll numbers are in the toilet. He’s been trailing behind former President Trump from the start, and it doesn’t seem like he’s gaining any ground.

But fear not, dear conservatives! DeSantis is not one to back down from a challenge, and he’s blaming the media for his poor polling numbers. According to the governor himself, the “corporate media” is out to get him. Well, isn’t that convenient? It’s always nice to have a scapegoat when things aren’t going your way.

At the end of the day, only time will tell if these drastic measures will get DeSantis back on track. Will he be able to secure the nomination and defeat Joe Biden? Only the political gods know for sure. But one thing’s for certain – the race for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination just got a whole lot more interesting. Grab your popcorn, folks!

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