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'I'll bring my hair gel': Gavin Newsom challenges Ron DeSantis to a debate

"Thirst post all you want. You’re not getting those U-Hauls back," responded Christina Pushaw, the rapid response director for DeSantis' re-election campaign.

Joshua Young Youngsville North Carolina
California Governor Gavin Newsom challenged Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to a debate via Twitter on Friday, just days after DeSantis successfully migrated 50 illegal aliens from Florida to Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.

Newsome wrote, "Hey @GovRonDeSantis, clearly you're struggling, distracted, and busy playing politics with people’s lives. Since you have only one overriding need—attention—let's take this up & debate. I’ll bring my hair gel. You bring your hairspray. Name the time before Election Day. @CNN

According to Fox News, DeSantis said on Friday that Newsom's "hair gel is interfering with his brain function" after Newsom asked Biden's Department of Justice to "prosecute Texas and Florida Governors" for their efforts to relieve their states of historic illegal immigration.

Newsom previously tweeted, "What @GovRonDeSantis and @GregAbbott_TX are doing isn’t clever, it’s cruel. I’m formally requesting the DOJ begin an immediate investigation into these inhumane efforts to use kids as political pawns."

Christina Pushaw, the rapid response director for DeSantis' re-election campaign, called Newsom's antics as a "thirst post."

"Thirst post all you want. You’re not getting those U-Hauls back," Pushaw said.

In the wake of historic crime and homelessness, draconian Covid rules, a failing power grid, and a deterioration of social structures, thousands have left California over the past two years for states like Florida and Texas.

Newsom has donated to DeSantis' gubernatorial opponent Charlie Crist and has accused the governor of kidnapping over the bussing of illegal immigrants.

In August it was revealed that Newsom's in-laws had donated to DeSantis' campaign.

On Wednesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis joined a growing number of state leaders, such as Texas Governor Greg Abbott, who have been sending illegal immigrants to "sanctuary destinations" across the country.

"We are not a sanctuary state," DeSantis said of Florida, but noted "we will help facilitate that transport for you to be able to go to greener pastures."

Blue city mayors have lamented the modest influx of illegal immigrants as overwhelming. In Washington, DC, Democrat Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a public emergency last week to handle an increase of 9400 migrants. In NYC, Mayor Eric Adams said the increase is causing him to reconsider the state's "right to shelter" laws.

Biden's humanitarian border crisis has seen a record-high number of illegal immigrants pouring into the United States along the country's southern border along with an unprecedented increase in human trafficking, deaths, and drug smuggling.

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