DeSantis Ready to ‘Slit the Throats’ of Deep State – Watch

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has made no secret of his desire to go after the “deep state” if he is elected president. In a recent speech, DeSantis said that he would “start slitting throats on day one” in order to root out the deep state from the federal government.

“We’re going to have all of these deep state people, you know, we are going to start slitting throats on day one,” DeSantis said this week at a barbecue campaign event in Rye, New Hampshire, according to The Hill.

“You’re going to see a huge, huge outcry because Washington wants to protect its own,” DeSantis added.

The remarks are similar to comments he made last month during an interview in which he was talking about staffing at the Pentagon.

“I think the idea that you take a flag [officer] or general officer who recently retired and put them as [secretary of Defense], I think it is a mistake,” DeSantis said.

“You know, they may have to slit some throats. And it’s a lot harder to do that if these are people that you’ve trained with in the past or that you know,” DeSantis said. “So we’re going to have somebody out there, you know, be very firm, very strong, but they are going to make sure that we have the best people in the best positions, and there’s not going to be necessarily prior relationships that would cloud that judgment.”

DeSantis’s comments have been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised him for his willingness to take on the deep state, while others have criticized him for his violent rhetoric.

The right-wing sees DeSantis’s comments as a sign of his strength and determination. They believe that he is the only candidate who is willing to take on the deep state and drain the swamp.

They also believe that DeSantis’s comments are not literal. They believe that he is simply using hyperbole to express his desire to root out corruption and inefficiency in the federal government.