Liberal Backfire: Democrats Accused Florida Governor DeSantis Of Going Missing During COVID Spike, Turns Out He Was Accompanying Wife To Cancer Treatment

DeSantis announced his wife’s breast cancer diagnosis in October

Rep. Ron DeSantis, Republican candidate for governor of Florida, speaks as his wife Casey DeSantis looks on during a campaign rally in Estero, Fla. Oct. 31, 2018. (Jayme Gershen/Bloomberg/File)


Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis accompanied his wife to her cancer treatment while critics were accusing the governor of taking a vacation as coronavirus cases spiked, Fox News has learned.

A DeSantis spokesperson said the governor accompanied wife Casey to cancer treatment Dec. 29, the day several left-wing critics accused the governor of “missing.”


DeSantis’ announced in October that his wife had been diagnosed with breast cancer, telling Fox News at the time that as “the mother of three young children, Casey is the centerpiece of our family and has made an impact on the lives of countless Floridians through her initiatives as first lady.”

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