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WATCH: Matt Gaetz Issues Threat To The Deep State


Matt Gaetz is one of the few who speaks truth to power on Capitol Hill.

The Florida Congressman has become increasingly at odds with the establishment wing of the GOP, voicing unadulterated support for America First policies and common sense.

Gaetz didn’t deviate from the path at this year’s CPAC—quite the opposite, he dug in.

Addressing the crowd, Gaetz told the audience and America that we need to abolish the FBI, CDC, DHS, and other government agencies if they continue to be tools of the Democrat Party.

Beyond that, these agencies wreak havoc on the American people and put them in danger every single day. …

The biggest threat to American safety on American soil isn’t China, Isis, or the fabled Russian hacker—its unaccountable bureaucrats and the intelligence agencies—the political ticks parasitizing the American people.

Here’s what he had to say at CPAC 2023, and judging by the sentiment online at least half the country agrees:

Washington Examiner didn’t fail to mention his speech:

“It seems like every time I turn around, [federal agencies] engage in surveillance … or monitoring,” Gaetz said. “I don’t care if it takes every second of our time and every ounce of our energy. We either get this government back on our side, or we defund and get rid of — abolish the FBI, [the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention], [the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives], DOJ — every last one of them if they do not come to heel.”


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Just The News recently chronicled just some of the FBI’s crimes:

One agent left a highly lethal M4 carbine unsecured in his government car during a Starbucks run and had the weapon stolen, but even he received only a two-week suspension despite violating the bureau’s protocols for weapons storage, the records show.

Sexual misconduct was also rampant in the reports dating to 2017, including inappropriate affairs with felons in prison, confidential sources and subordinate employees.

The sexual transgressions, however, often resulted in firings, unlike the drunk driving and lost weapons offenses.


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