Rep. Matt Gaetz introduces his son Nestor on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight'

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  1. HumbledPi

    HumbledPi Well-Known Member

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    This entire story is completely bizarre. Everyone is aware that Matt Gaetz is a publicity whore after grand-standing the 'storming of the secret interrogation room' in the Capital during impeachment hearing which was nothing more than a secure 'SCIF' for the use of Congress during highly sensitive hearings. We've all seen photos of Matt Gaetz sitting in chambers wearing a full face gas mask mocking the pandemic fright while New York was in the throes of one of the most devastating virus outbreaks in the world.

    Why would anyone believe that this stunt is any different. Matt Gaetz has been a favorite of photographers for years and he claims that he has had this 'close relationship' for more than six years yet there has never been a single one of those photos he proudly displayed seen before? It just doesn't add up particularly after it comes right on the heels of his contentious exchange on the House floor of the chambers with Congressman Cedric Richmond.

    Could Matt Gaetz's 'revelation' be honest? Could this young man who has no blood relationship with Matt Gaetz, being used as a political tool, nothing more than that? In my opinion, that's exactly what he's doing, he's a low-down piece of crap and I'm pretty sure kids in grammar school blew spit-balls at the back of his wealthy, entitled, snotty little head.

     
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    drluggit Well-Known Member Donor

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    Hmm..^^^^ what a tool. The claim is easily verified, and yet you didn't. Instead, you lept straight to "shut up....racist".. How novel. Face it. You're here, defending some of the most egregious racism the floor of the house has witnessed since slavery, and you're all good with what the privileged racist from VA said. No? Tell us where that isn't true here. When the gentleman from VA waxes about how no one but black folk can understand what it's like to be a person of color in this country, a) he's being racist, b) he's being insensitive to every other person in the country because he's carving out a discriminatory shelf that no one else could be privileged enough to stand on. c), his own entitlement is showing his real character in assuming that he has a privilege not granted to anyone else.

    The level of hate contained within your post is astonishing.
     
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