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Representative Matt Gaetz Goes Off.

Matt Gaetz represents Florida District 1 in the House of Representatives.

During the impeachment debate, Gaetz went off on a righteous rant against those who supported and even encouraged violence in the streets this past summer, but are claiming Trump incited violence (even though he did not.)





4 Responses to “Representative Matt Gaetz Goes Off.”

  1. Moondoggy says:

    Thanks for posting Rep. Gaetz’s short but informative speech. He shows the startling double standards our politicians are applying. Bottom line should always be, breaking the law is wrong no matter whose side you’re on. Shame on this double standard depending on who it is breaking the law. This stuff shouldn’t be used to make political hay.

    • AAfterwit says:

      Moondoggy,

      Thanks for the comment.

      We agree completely. All we want is consistency.

      To be honest, we were going to stay out of this because there are many blogs out there – including national blogs – that are covering this whole mess better than we ever could.

      That changed when Biden compared two Senators to Nazis for bringing up concerns at the proper time in Congress.

      After years of being told how hateful conservatives are and how Biden was going to bring unity to to country, his comparison to Nazi’s was the final straw for us.

      Thanks again.

      A. Afterwit.

  2. Don Jordan says:

    “Matt Gaetz represents Florida District 1 in the House of Representatives.

    During the impeachment debate, Gaetz went off on a righteous rant against those who supported and even encouraged violence in the streets this past summer, but are NOT claiming Trump incited violence (even though he did not.)

    No need to publish this, but shouldn’t the 1st NOT in the last sentence be removed?

    • AAfterwit says:

      Don Jordan,

      Thanks for the comment.

      It’s fixed now. We appreciate you bringing it to our attention.

      A. Afterwit.

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