Obstruction of justice has been the DNA of the entire existence of Matt Gaetz because law and order has never been on his side.
It is therefore silly to suggest that this "lawmaker" is anything beyond a law breaker and the determination to target and to destroy the truth is consequently his singular obsession.
When an accused is innocent, the truth is his or her best friend. When an accused is guilty and he or she plays dirty, truth is the enemy and Gaetz allies like Donald Trump and Roger Stone invariably use their resources to manufacture an alternative universe in effort to misdirect and mischaracterize.
The Justice Department is investigating whether Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl and violated federal laws against sex trafficking in the process.
The inquiry is part of a larger probe into Joel Greenberg, a tax collector in Florida associated with Gaetz who was charged last year with 14 felony counts related to allegations that he stalked a political opponent, used a state database to create fake IDs, and sex trafficked a minor between the ages of 14 and 17.
The investigation into Gaetz was launched near the end of President Donald Trump's term, when William Barr served as attorney general. Senior Justice Department officials, including some Trump appointees, were briefed on the investigation given its high profile nature.
Gaetz's encounters with the 17-year-old girl reportedly took place in 2019, and investigators are said to be zeroing in on whether the Florida congressman paid for her to cross state lines, which would breach federal sex trafficking laws.
On the surface, Gaetz's reaction to these allegations has been bizarre, but in fact, it has been absoluely consistent to the obsession to bury the truth and that makes him absolutely guilty because -it's not the crime, it's the cover-up, stupid ! Indeed, the cold war The cold war between those who are trying to hold Matt Gaetz accountable and those who are seeking to shield him from prosecution culminated in the following manner;
A/ Matt Gaetz refuses to say when he became aware of allegations against him.
B/ He claims that March 16 is when this all began from an extortion standpoint.
Conclusion: Matt Gaetz thinks he can bury evidence of his crime through pure bullshit.
Like Trump, Matt Gaetz is his own worst enemy -and it's called the obsession to conceal the simple truth.
Gangster Gaetz has a history of obstructing justice and inciting violence and is is therefore not even remotely plausible to suggest that he has earned anything less than the right to an entire lifetime behind bars.
He's repeatedly called for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to be removed from the Russia investigation and for Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who had recused himself from the investigation, to get more involved, and the mutual loyalty between Trump and Gaetz is extremely incriminating on multiple fronts.
He was certainly all-in with respect to inciting violence on January 6. "So on January 6, I'm joining with the fighters in the Congress and we are going to object to electors from states that didn't run clean elections," Gaetz told a crowd on the first day of the Turning Point USA's Student Action Summit, and that was in December. Everything had been carefully pre-planned to culminate in the hand-to-hand combat that preceded the failed effort to assassinate Pelosi and Pence on January 6, 2021. Indeed, he even voted against honoring the Capitol Police Officers who defended the Capitol on January 6, and that stain will not be removed until the leaders of the insurrection (Gaetz included) are charged with murder.
Let us not mince words about the climate that gangsters like Matt Gaetz, Donald Trump and Roger Stone create. Given the hostile relationship between lawmakers and lawbreakers, it is more than reasonable to speculate that FBI Special Agents Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger, who died in a Sunrise, Florida shootout and had devoted their careers to investigating crimes against children, were more than likely murdered to protect sexual predators, and we all know who they are, don't we?
Matt Gaetz was literally the only person in Congress to vote against an anti-human trafficking bill that was supposed to protect sexually exploited children. On Dec. 19, 2017 Gaetz cast the lone "no" vote on a widely bipartisan human trafficking bill that passed unanimously through the U.S. Senate before sailing through the House by a count of 418 to 1.
The legislation to help develop best practices to fight human trafficking, was co-sponsored by both of Florida's U.S. Senators: Democrat Bill Nelson and Republican Marco Rubio, but it was opposed by Matt Gaetz.
Following Gaetz's questionable no vote, real estate developer Cris Dosev said, "That Matt Gaetz could vote against a law to fight human trafficking and sex slave trade is beyond comprehension. What was he thinking? Near unanimous support on this should be a clear indication that the American people will not tolerate human trafficking."
Cris Dosev was right then and he is right today.
The tactics of criminals like Donald Trump and Matt Gaetz ultimately become the best evidence against them. For example, when Michael Cohen, Trump's fixer-turned-foe was testifying to the Senate intelligence committee behind closed doors, Matt Gaetz fired off the following tweet;
Threatening a witness on the eve of a highly anticipated public hearing is clearly intimidation of the sort that gangsters like Trump, Stone and Gaetz typically deploy and it is time to hold all of them accountable for the sake of public safety and accountability.
Legal sccholars saw the Gaetz tweet as a form of witness tampering against Cohen, he had pleaded guilty to multiple charges of bank and tax fraud and campaign finance law violations, of which he said were done at Trump's request.
Gaetz said his tweet was not witness tampering but "witness testing". Gaetz defended tampering with a witness by saying, "we're witness testing, not witness tampering, and when witnesses come before Congress their truthfulness and veracity are in question and we have the opportunity to test them."
No, Matt Gaetz, it was clearly witness tampering and you should be prosecuted. The day before Michael Cohen was set to testify before Congress, Matt Gaez threatened him and he must be held accountable for that along with all his other crimes. Clearly, his attempt to interfere with testimony via social media betrays a degree of corruption that should never be tolerated, especially where destructive, serial criminals are involved.
In particular, the sleaze of Matt Gaetz is so extreme, even Fox News rejected it, and that should be very clear and obvious to anybody who watched Tucker Carlson recently interview Matt Gaetz. Needless to say, it ought to be the last interview Matt Gaetz ever grants before his imminent arrest.
NEXT: Roger Stone and Trump link each other to January 6, 2021.
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