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Fascist think tank recognizes another one of their own

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So, South East Coast Straussianism?

As the Claremont Institute launched its new office in Tallahassee last month, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis rolled out the red carpet.

DeSantis met with the leadership of the right-wing think tank, posing for pictures. His wife and closest political adviser Casey tweeted out congratulations.

The get-together showcased a budding partnership between DeSantis and members of the Claremont Institute, whose leaders are now championing and working with DeSantis. 

The think tank’s scholars played a crucial role in normalizing former President Donald Trump, shaping his administration and aiding his attempts to overturn his 2020 election loss—but in DeSantis they appear to have found a better match: an actual conservative ideologue who sees things in the same existential terms they do, but has a level of competence that Trump sorely lacked. 

Many are working hard to help his efforts in Florida, and are eager to support his likely presidential bid.

The Republican elites who love DeSantis don’t dislike Trump’s authoritarianism, they just think DeSantis will be better at it.

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