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Left Pulls Out Race Card, Rants About 'White Supremacy' After Losing Close Race

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Republican Ron DeSantis won the Florida gubernatorial race against Democrat Andrew Gillum Tuesday night, prompting reporters at liberal publications to assertion that he’d lead a racist campaign.

Huffington Post reporter Zach Carter called DeSantis’s campaign “nakedly raicst.”

Buzzfeed and HuffPo author Jordan Zakarin said DeSantis won despite being outed as a “white supremacist.”

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Vice author Max Berger called DeSantis’ campaign “openly racist.”

Mic author Alex Berg said that DeSantis’ victory shows that “white supremacy and racism” have a hold in this country.

DeSantis first came under fire for racism when he told Florida voters not to “monkey up” the state’s economic success with the policies Gillum espoused.

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Gillum, a black man, harped on the word “monkey” as racist throughout the election.


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