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Friday, July 7, 2023

"We will not allow you to exploit the innocence of our children to advance your agenda" - Casey DeSantis wrote on Twitter

"We will not allow you to exploit the innocence of our children to advance your agenda" - Casey DeSantis wrote on Twitter. 

She tweeted: "We will not allow you to exploit the innocence of our children to advance your agenda.
When you come after our kids, we fight back.
We are no longer silent.
We are united.
We are Mamas for DeSantis.
...nd we will elect @RonDeSantis President of the United States."

She was there to woo the conservative moms of Iowa. So Casey DeSantis, the wife of Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, wasted no time in talking about her three young children — and how badly she wanted to leave them home.

“It’s funny, somebody outside by the snowball machine was asking, ‘Did you bring your kids with you?’” she said, sitting on a small stage on Thursday in suburban Des Moines for her first solo appearance in her husband’s presidential campaign. Her answer was unequivocal: “No.”

She previously joined her husband during the official kickoff of his presidential campaign in May and has attended every single campaign event with him in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina -- giving her own remarks at a majority of them. She is reportedly also a close adviser of her husband.

As Florida's first lady, she focused on issues including breast cancer awareness, parents' involvement in the classroom and a push, she has said, to "reframe mental health education to focus on resiliency."

The last time she had the brilliant idea of doing a campaign event with one of her small children, she told the crowd, was at an event for her husband’s re-election campaign in Florida. For most of her remarks, Madison, then 5, squirmed by her side. In the final moments, Madison tugged on her sleeve and whispered that she had to go to the bathroom, Ms. DeSantis recalled.

“What you’re having, moms, is one of those out-of-body experiences. Do I need to get up? Do I need to walk her?” she said, as the audience roared. “Like, what is happening?”

A former TV journalist, Casey DeSantis has increasingly been put in front of voters to advocate for the governor.

"As long as I have breath in my body, I will go out and I will fight for Ron DeSantis," she said. "Not because he's my husband. That is a part of it, but it's because I believe in him in every ounce of my being. If you want somebody to go up to Washington, D.C., to clean house, to be able to put this country back on a trajectory where we are talking about our rights coming in from our creator and our government being put in place to protect our rights that are ours -- he is the man to do it."

She previously joined her husband during the official kickoff of his presidential campaign in May and has attended every single campaign event with him in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina -- giving her own remarks at a majority of them. She is reportedly also a close adviser of her husband.

As Florida's first lady, she focused on issues including breast cancer awareness, parents' involvement in the classroom and a push, she has said, to "reframe mental health education to focus on resiliency."

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