He Seems Nice


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Former lawmaker says Gaetz fought ‘revenge porn’ law: ‘He thought that any picture was his to use as he wanted’

But wait! I thought he was generous to his exes, or does that mean he paid his bills on time?

While serving in the Florida Legislature, U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz opposed a bill meant to stop people from sharing sexually explicit images of their ex-lovers because Gaetz believed that recipients of those images had a right to share them, according to the sponsor of the legislation.

Former state Rep. Tom Goodson, a Republican from Brevard County, spent three years sponsoring legislation to outlaw nonconsensual pornography — sometimes called “revenge porn.”

And Goodson said Monday that Gaetz was the chief opponent to that legislation. Goodson said he remembered a meeting in which Gaetz said that if someone sends an intimate image to their romantic partner, then that image becomes the partner’s property to use however they want.

“Matt was absolutely against it. He thought the picture was his to do with what he wanted,” Goodson said. “He thought that any picture was his to use as he wanted to, as an expression of his rights.”

I think what we just learned is that his phone is a bombshell;  I expect the Feds to have already gotten a search warrant, and I hope that they pick it up with tongs while wearing rubber gloves.

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5 Responses to He Seems Nice

  1. I hope that they pick it up with tongs while wearing rubber gloves.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. roket says:

    It would be irresponsible not to speculate that his sent picture folder is also a reflection of his soul. Stupid prick.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. sos says:

    was generous to his exes

    He paid for sex, yes, he has copped to that. And apparently they weren’t exactly 17.


  4. Richard Portman says:

    Ain’t he just so disgusting? I can’t believe we even have to talk about that creep.



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