DeSantis office slams Forbes contributor’s inquiry for being ‘cheap,’ ‘partisan activism

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ press secretary, Brian Griffin, received an inquiry from a Forbes contributor who criticized the governor for exploiting his constituents’ “primitive racist tendencies” by using the term “wake up.”

Griffin tweeted an email he received from “major Forbes Careers contributor” Dana Brownlee, who is researching an upcoming piece called “Woke” that has become Slander against property rightsworkplaces should not be overlooked.”

Brownlee appeared to criticize DeSantis For his “constant use of the pejorative and divisive term (“wake up”) and argued that he had adopted the Leigh Atwater strategy in arms [sic] coded language to take advantage of the most primitive racist tendencies of his constituents.”

Griffin said the email does not report the reports but is instead “partisan activity”.

Forbes reporter: “Hey, I’m going to call you a racist. I need your feedback by 2:00 PM! “Cheap party activity. Not journalism,” Griffin tweeted.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' communications team often publicly shares emails they receive from reporters.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ communications team often publicly shares emails they receive from reporters. ((Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images))

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“We’ll see what the article ends up with,” Griffin added.

In his response, Griffin told Brownlee that their position was clear and said, “You’re not looking for the truth, you’re engaging in partisan activity.” He followed this up by suggesting that the report should “ask ‘awakened’ thought leaders why so many people have rejected their hateful ideology”.

An aerial view of palm trees framing the city skyline on October 27, 2021 in Miami, Florida.

An aerial view of palm trees framing the city skyline on October 27, 2021 in Miami, Florida. (Joe Riedel/Getty Images)

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As Griffin declared, “In the meantime, as promised by Governor Ron DeSantis, Florida will continue To be where he goes “wake up to die.”

Several commenters on Twitter vilified the alleged Forbes contributor for disgracing the press.

Commentator and podcaster Lindsey Fifield tweeted: ““The article argues… ‘Where did you go to G-school, girl because you need your money back’.”

Former White House attorney Andrew Kloster wrote about Trump “arming”. “Forbes can’t even write an email, wow.”

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