Emoji-Meter: Ron DeSantis, Randy Fine, Bob Rommel and more!

by | Aug 7, 2020


Sometimes words just aren’t enough.

Ron DeSantis

It’s been a rough few months for DeSantis, who continues to receive an onslaught of blame — unfairly so — for his handling of the COVID-19 outbreak in Florida. While Democrats continue to use him as a scapegoat, one prominent Republican has also taken the governor to task over the state’s unemployment system (more on that below).

Rick Scott

Infighting is nothing new in politics, and the squabble between Scott and DeSantis reached its boiling point this week. After months of being criticized for the Sunshine State’s unemployment woes, Scott fired back at the governor on Wednesday, basically claiming that DeSantis was spending too much time blaming others. Instead of punching back, DeSantis would let the dispute settle — a good idea given what’s at stake in 2020.

Nikki Fried

Fried for governor? Are you surprised? After months of pandering to her base and excessively trying to increase her political stock at the expense of DeSantis, news broke that the lone statewide Democrat may try and make a run in 2022. As laughable as that is, such a move would be a godsend for DeSantis’ reelection campaign. Go for it, Nicole!

Randy Fine

After being hospitalized for coronavirus, Fine was able to return home. The state representative provided an update on his health in a Facebook Live Video on Friday, thanking the health care workers for their role in making his homecoming possible. This is good news for Fine, his family, and the entire state of Florida. We wish him a speedy recovery.

Bob Rommel

If there’s one guy you want championing small businesses across Florida, it’s Rommel. The state representative was selected to serve as the Chairman of the Taxpayer Protection Caucus on behalf of Grover Norquist and Americans for Tax Reform. With a strong reputation for fighting back against weighty regulations and excessive taxes, we are certain Rommel is the right man for the job.




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