One of the major reasons for why Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has faltered in recent polls is the apparent acceptance of large financial aid from the “donor class.”
After all, a striking appeal of Trump was his ability to self-finance his presidential campaign, as well as turn down his presidential salary while he was in office.
That meant that Trump was not beholden to foreign interests, regardless of hysterical Clinton fans’ claims to the contrary, which have since been widely disproven.
Now, with Trump rising even higher in the polls with each Democrat-led “indictment” against him, it appears that the “donor class” has set its sights on another rising Republican who may dethrone DeSantis as the second-highest contender in the race.
None other than Rupert Murdoch, the multi-billionaire several times over, is apparently angling for Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin to enter the presidential race.
Murdoch, who has apparently soured on DeSantis, has met with Youngkin not once, but twice personally, apparently in a bid to push him into the presidential race, according to a recent report from the Daily Mail.
“Media mogul Rupert Murdoch met Virginia’s Republican governor Glenn Youngkin twice to personally encourage him to start a White House run …
The revelation of the meetings comes after it was previously reported that Murdoch had privately told his close circle that he wanted to see Virginia’s 74th governor throw his hat in the ring …
While Murdoch’s meetings with Youngkin took place earlier this year, and Youngkin still has not announced a 2024 presidential bid, their revelation comes as Murdoch’s support for Florida’s 46th governor Ron DeSantis’ campaign slips,” the outlet reported.
Apparently, Murdoch does not like DeSantis’s “anti-woke” approach, despite the accolades the Florida governor has received from parents and other concerned parties.
Given Murdoch’s longstanding influence over multiple media outlets, it is quite clear that the billionaire perceives himself as well within his “rights” of choosing which candidate he wants to star in the GOP primary.
It is also clear that Murdoch could care less about the obvious will of the voters, who are clearly gunning for Trump per multiple recent polls.
Even NBC News admitted
Not only is Murdoch to subvert the will of the people by attempting to push Youngkin into the race, but also at least two other billionaires, including Thomas Peterffy and Ronald Lauder.
“Former President Donald Trump starts out with more than a 20-point lead over nearest rival Ron DeSantis among likely Iowa Republican caucusgoers …
Trump’s early advantage in the first nominating contest – which proved to be one of his toughest states the last time he faced a competitive race for the GOP nomination – is the largest Republican caucus lead recorded by the poll since the 2000 contest won by George W. Bush,” NBC News reported.
The outlet even cited voters themselves in its report, to its credit.
“I think he [Trump] delivered on all of his promises. I think he’s a problem solver. And I think that’s what he did … and I think he did a great job of it,” Iowa Republican Bob Siddens remarked.
Obviously displeased with Iowans’ sentiments, Murdoch is once again attempting to shape the GOP presidential race in ways he sees fit, which is evident after he lambasted Trump for being “increasingly mad.”
Murdoch also declared he would like to make Trump a “non person,” whatever that means.
However, despite the pressure from the billionaires, Youngkin himself will not commit to running in the presidential race for 2024, which says quite a bit about the Virginia governor.
After all, characters like Kamala Harris wouldn’t think twice about pursuing billionaire money, flip-flopping positions like crazy in order to gain power.
One thing is for certain: Globalist billionaires are certainly trying to regain control over both the elections and voters’ minds.
Which is precisely why critical thinking is one of the most important attributes one can have, in this day and age of deliberately induced white noise.
Author: Jane Jones