DeSanta Claus: Governor drops official Christmas merch

by | Dec 9, 2022

  • While his opponents will wake up with stockings full of coal, DeSantis is treating his supporters with something special this Christmas
  • The fresh line of Christmas merch is available now, and features a new shirt, koozie, ornament, and several Florida-themed mugs
  • To have them under the tree before Christmas, orders will need to be placed by Dec. 15

Governor Ron DeSantis is ready to deliver presents to those on his Nice List this Christmas.

The Florida Governor has a bag full of goodies from his new “Team DeSantis Christmas Line” that dropped this week. The holiday-themed merchandise features several gifts for those looking to surprise their Florida Man (or Woman) on the 25th.

The shop features new items, including a “Don’t Tread on Florida” shirt, mug and koozie ($25, $25 and $15), a “Freedom Lives Here” mug ($25), and a “Free State of Florida” mug and limited edition ornament ($25 and $15).

“Spread some freedom cheer to everyone on your list this Christmas and secure our exclusive Team DeSanta Christmas merch TODAY,” Team DeSantis tweeted out with a link to the shop.

The new line is the latest clever marketing tactic from DeSantis. The popular governor has also fundraised off of the Tom Cruise-led blockbuster “Top Gun: Maverick,” his stance over federal vaccine mandates, and his beef with Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Following the launch of the new line, Team DeSantis warned that the special edition gear will go fast, and that orders will need to be placed by Dec. 15 in order to have them in time for Christmas.

“Our Team DeSanta Christmas gear is going FAST! Treat everyone on your list this year and secure your ”Free State of Florida” ornament, ”Don’t Tread on Florida” mug, and “Freedom Lives Here” doormat before they’re gone,” they said on Twitter.

1 Comment

  1. wordpresing1

    One might almost think the Gov. is running for something. Hmmm, what could it be? Anyway, this stuff is in better taste than tacky red hats put out by a certain presidential candidate and phony $2 bills with that candidate’s picture on them being peddled by his supporters for a $5 delivery fee.

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