Ron DeSantis took everyone by surprise when he revealed this truth about the Midterm elections

The expected “red wave” failed to materialize during the Midterm elections.

Conservatives are stuck looking for answers.

And Ron DeSantis took everyone by surprise when he revealed this truth about the Midterm elections.

Florida was a rare bright spot for conservatives on an otherwise disappointing election night.

A “red tsunami” hit Florida as Republicans rolled up and down the ticket.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis trounced his Democrat challenger Charlie Crist by nearly 20 points in the biggest win for a Republican Governor in state history.

Republicans picked up four seats in the House, gained supermajorities in both Houses of the Florida legislature and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) routed a highly-touted challenger.

Florida Republican’s success left Ron DeSantis as a big winner for the GOP after the Midterm elections.

DeSantis weighed in on why the “red wave” hit Florida but missed most of the country.

“You know, we assumed we were going to end up with like, 245 House members, we’re at 222 it looks like, which is a huge underperformance,” DeSantis said. “And so the question is, why did that happen?”

Republicans have a razor-thin majority in the House that can be credited in part to DeSantis’s decision to push for fair maps in the once a decade redistricting process earlier this year.

“Because the way these Midterms work, someone gets elected to the White House, and then there’s a reaction the other way, that’s what happens almost every two years and especially when people are pessimistic about the direction of the country, have a negative view on Biden, usually those voters are going to want to vote for people that are offering an alternative,” DeSantis added.

President Joe Biden’s disastrous approval rating pointed to major electoral gains for Republicans.

“And yet some of those voters throughout the country, not in Florida, but throughout the country, even though they disapproved of Biden, even though they disapproved of the direction of the country,” DeSantis said. “They still didn’t want to vote for some of our candidates.”

DeSantis explained that Republicans underperformed nationwide not because they were divided but that they didn’t follow the model that the Florida GOP used.

He said that in Florida the GOP didn’t back down from the big fights and stood up to the big special interests.

Exercising leadership and producing results caused Floridians to come out and support Republicans according to DeSantis.

He noted that Republicans in the rest of the country didn’t follow this model.

Ron DeSantis and the Florida GOP could be a blueprint for Republicans nationwide as the party regroups after the Midterm elections. 

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