Ron DeSantis and Mike Pence Will Skip CPAC 2023

Posted originally on the CTH on February 27, 2023 | Sundance 

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence will be skipping CPAC 2023 this year as President Donald Trump delivers the keynote speech.

DeSantis and Pence will avoid the uncomfortable results of the grassroots straw poll outcome, which – given the nature of their political interests – could potentially be embarrassing for the people who are organizing their ‘stop Trump’ campaign.

(Jax4) – CPAC, which is billed as the largest and most influential gathering of conservatives in the world, begins Wednesday.

Governor Ron DeSantis, who spoke at the event last year has other plans, and former vice president Mike Pence has turned down an invitation. (more)

After spending the weekend with billionaire donors and republicans molded purchased by the Sea Island (Big Club) influence, DeSantis will be traveling the country promoting his Rupert Murdoch funded book with stops in Texas and California.  The governor is also expected in Iowa, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Georgia, according to Jacksonville News4.

The Florida governor will finish the week back in his home state as The Club for Growth is hosting DeSantis and a half-dozen presidential prospects at a closed-door retreat next weekend with GOPe top donors {Link}.  Donald Trump is not invited. The meeting, organized by the multinational corporate interests of CfG, is about how to coordinate multiple candidate efforts to defeat Trump.

Additionally, details are surfacing of additional attendees at last weekend’s ritzy “influencers” event at the Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach, hosted by DeSantis handler Christina Pushaw.  According to news reports in addition to the previously recruited social media group, Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter and Chaya Raichik (Libs of TikTok) were in attendance doing panel discussions. {link}

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