DeSan­tis promis­es to send back stu­dents caught ‘cel­e­brat­ing ter­ror­ism’ if elect­ed

Gov. Ron DeSan­tis (R‑FL) made a cam­paign promise Sat­ur­day to can­cel the visas of stu­dents protest­ing in favor of Hamas.
DeSan­tis shared a video clip of him­self speak­ing to reporters on X, for­mer­ly known as Twit­ter. The gov­er­nor com­ment­ed on the mass­es of pro­test­ers from around the coun­try who have sup­port­ed Hamas after it launched thou­sands of rock­ets and also sent dozens of fight­ers into Israel three weeks ago.
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“I think with this ter­ror­ist attack in Israel has shown us is we’re vul­ner­a­ble from all the peo­ple that have come ille­gal­ly because they have come from Iran too; it’s not just Mex­i­co, Cen­tral Amer­i­ca. Rus­sia, Chi­na, Mid­dle East, all that stuff,” DeSan­tis said. “But I think what we also saw when the blood wasn’t even dry on the Israelis have been mas­sa­cred, you had peo­ple in Amer­i­ca going out protest­ing in favor Hamas. And it’s like very chill­ing.”