Dems Targeted DeSantis Following Hurricane Ian, Laura Ingram Says 'Not So Fast' And Owned Them!
Democrats and their lamestream media puppets have hosed Florida Governor Ron DeSantis after his state was hit by the largest hurricane this year. The narrative is that DeSantis has done 'nothing' to help the people, which is an absolute lie told to try to replace him with one of their own.
DeSantis has been physically on the ground since the storm rendering aid and bringing supplies and funds into the state to prove relief and clean-up. It was a natural disaster and not something he could have avoided. So it's a little ridiculous that they've blamed the destruction on him.
Laura Ingraham listened to the same stories we all have and a very pissed-off media veteran fired back. She slammed Democrats for the 'unnatural disasters' they have caused and mocked the media puppets:
"Now, you can sense they're right that Acosta was dead set on squeezing out any criticism, no matter how tepid of DeSantis from that guest. Well, none of it landed. The fact is, Florida was hit by a natural disaster. But Florida will recover because its people have a competent governor and thus they're hopeful about the future. No wonder CNN and the likes of Maggie Haberman over at The New York Times are working overtime to cast aspersions and so distrust.
Hurricane Ian was horrid and deadly. But Hurricane Andrew, as in Cuomo and then Hurricane Kathy as in Hochul and that wide storm surge from Hurricane Gretchen in Michigan and Chicago's cat five, Hurricane Lori and of course, the ever-expanding Hurricane J.B., as in Pritzker. The catastrophic ruin they've all left in their wakes will require years, not months, of cleanup."
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Headline inflation has jumped by more than 13% since Biden’s inauguration in January 2021, according to calculations by Peter C. Earle, economist at the American Institute for Economic Research. Core inflation, which excludes volatile food and energy prices, increased by approximately 10% over the same period.