“You use your mouth for evil and harness your tongue to deceit.” – Psalms 50:19
Centuries ago, the Bible pointed out the imposters and their core character of deception. When they talk to people, their designs are meant to deceive. But in this game, the evil often exposes itself to the people who see its face unmasked and at once know its lies. This is how God makes the devil known to His followers.
So it happened in the campaign for the governor’s office of Florida that the Democrat candidate Charlie Crist compared himself to Jesus Christ while calling popular Republican Governor Ron DeSantis the Satan. The video of Crist showing his semi-lunatic rant about Governor DeSantis is reportedly from March this year but has been uncovered this week and is being shared around on social media now.
Charlie Crist says that the election in Florida is “DeSatan vs Christ”
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) September 12, 2022
Responding to this episode of Charlie’s madness, a spokesperson for Governor DeSantis was cited telling The Daily Caller:
Charlie Crist has always been self-absorbed, but comparing himself to the second coming of Jesus Christ is a new level of bizarre delusion.
More videos of Charlie’s derangement are being released by the DeSantis campaign as the race for Florida’s governorship gets closer. On Tuesday (September 13, 2022), another video of Charlie Crist from 2021 was shared on social media showing him advocating vaccine passports for Florida.
Charlie Crist: "We should have vaccine passports. I think that's important." pic.twitter.com/N7oujQAOj5
— DeSantis War Room (@DeSantisWarRoom) September 13, 2022
Multiple conservative voices wondered whether Charlie is intentionally trying to lose by going with this kind of nonsense.
More recently, Charlie Crist has made women and trans-gender rights the focus of his Twitter campaign against DeSantis and has repeatedly called for abortion rights for women. He has equated the pro-life position of DeSantis with fascism. On the contrary, DeSantis has mainly ignored Crist as someone too insignificant to take any of his time.
Currently, in a general comparison of online popularity, Charlie Crist has a Twitter following of under 300 thousand while Governor DeSantis enjoys a following of 2.7 million.