Gov. DeSantis Announces Wife Has Completed Chemotherapy: ‘We Think She’s Responded Very Well’

…“I just wanted to let everyone know that the first lady, yesterday we completed the final chemotherapy treatment she has to do,” DeSantis announced during a press conference.

“It’s not the most fun thing to see someone go through but at the end of the day, you know, she’s fought really hard. We think she’s responded very well,” he continued.

“She’s still got more stuff to do, but that’s a big milestone because it’s nasty stuff when they’re doing that. I just wanted to let everyone know that, you know, she got through that,” the governor continued.

“She ran that gauntlet she’s doing well, and we look forward to continue to have good news over the ensuing weeks and months so thanks everyone and God bless,” he added.

Casey thanked her husband on social media following his announcement.

6 Comments on Gov. DeSantis Announces Wife Has Completed Chemotherapy: ‘We Think She’s Responded Very Well’

  1. @LocoBlancoSaltine, I have been sending some prayers for their family. I hope she beats this just because she seems like a decent woman, but also I think she would make a very good First Lady. I think he wouldn’t run without her by his side, especially with such young children.

  2. Cowgirl, Casey DeSantis does a lot as Florida’s First Lady.
    She is really involved in helping needy Floridians.

    She would do more in a month than “Doctor” Jill has done in a year.
    Of course Jill has to care for a dementia patient so perhaps I’m being to hard on the smug, elite, nasty bitch.
    My bad…

  3. When bad things happen to good people it can rock even the most pious amongst us. We yearn for a certain symmetry within our world where the most deserving are blessed with prosperity and good fortune and those more dastardly and demented get their comeuppance. Alas, such justice will only occur in the next world.

    Casey is a brave woman, the country needs her to pull through.

  4. Chemotherapy; the cure is worse than the disease. They poison you damn near to death in the hopes that the cancer dies before the patient. I’m surprised the sawbones aren’t still prescribing mercury for kidney stones.


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