Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) mentioned at a city corridor that the Jan. 6 rioters didn’t show patriotism when requested by an Iowa voter on Thursday.
“Did the Jan. 6 insurrectionists show patriotism, as a few of them declare they did?” the voter requested at a CNN city corridor in Iowa.
“No, after all not. That was not a very good day for the nation,” DeSantis responded. “I feel the media has taken that and the left has taken that and actually tried to politicize it, however it was not a very good day for the nation.”
“Patriotism to me is if you put your self on the market and put service above self,” the governor continued.
DeSantis’s remarks come two days earlier than the third anniversary of the Jan. 6, 2021 assaults on the Capitol. Jan. 6 has grow to be a serious a part of President Biden’s marketing campaign message particularly. On Thursday, Biden’s marketing campaign rolled out its first advert of the 12 months zeroing in on Jan. 6 and the president is ready to mark the anniversary on Friday close to Valley Forge, Pa.
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