‘Why are Democrats so bad at memes?’ DeSantis spox roasts opponent Charlie Crist for failed dig

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The left’s ability to meme has been the butt of many right-wing jokes over the years, but the latest installment in the series might just be the most pathetic attempt yet.

Christina Pushaw, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ spokeswoman, absolutely roasted Charlie Crist, the Democrat who is hoping to take DeSantis’ job in 2022, over his attempt to slam the Republican in a recent tweet.

“Where are the mountains in Florida, though?” Pushaw wondered. “And why are Democrats so bad at memes?”

Pushaw also responded to a meme in the same format from Nikki Fried, a Democrat who is also running for governor in Florida.

While this particular meme is supposed to compare two things, one good and one bad, perhaps it has another use altogether?

Given that DeSantis seems to enjoy quite a lot of support from the people of Florida, it seems more likely that electing Crist would prompt the freedom-loving people of the state to pack their bags and seek refuge elsewhere. Unfortunately, however, it would seem that states where people are free to live their lives how they want to are in increasingly short supply.

Twitter users were quick to jump on the poor attempt at a meme, perhaps indicating that winning over the people might be a little bit harder than Crist imagined:

And finally, to “circle back”:


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