Best Defense Is Strong Offense, And Boy, Howdy! Gaetz is Offensive


H/T Scissorhead Dennis Cole

Guys, Freshman Class Prom Court Prince Rep. Mat Gaetz is fighting back… against CNN.

Rep. Matt Gaetz on Wednesday announced a six-figure ad buy for a spot that targets CNN, as he fights to save his political career amid sexual trafficking allegations.

The new 30-second ad will be featured in the Florida Republican’s congressional district and nationally on select cable networks, according to a statement from Gaetz’s congressional campaign. The ad marks the beginning of Gaetz’s counteroffensive, as he “fight[s] back against a multiweek fake news cycle against him,” it said.

So he’s gonna defend himself in the court of Public Opinion, which everyone knows is where Federal trials are adjudicated. Bet you couldn’t guess he’s gonna remora hisself (is too a vurb!) to Lord Damp Nut’s world-class name-calling CNN as FAKE NEWS!!1!

However, the ad offers some insight into Gaetz’s strategy moving forward by embracing the “fake news” label popularized by Trump.

Oh. Well maybe you could have guessed it. But I bet you couldn’t guess how he’s gonna prove it was all a WITCH HUNT!!1!

The ad incorporates footage obtained by Project Veritas, a conservative activist organization that has been known to use deceptive practices and spread misinformation in attempts to expose what it views as “corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct” from liberal organizations or individuals.

Yup, where’er there’s a GQP sex offender, there’s Captain Dildo of Project Veritas

In the footage, a man identified as a CNN employee is heard making remarks about the news organization’s coverage of Gaetz. A spokesperson for CNN did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Probably CNN couldn’t comment because, 1) They are too busy laughing, and B) see 1.

Maybe instead Gaetz should worry about what his creeper pal and child procurer (ALLEGED) Joel Greenberg is saying to the feds and not what Project Veritas is editing?

Mr. Greenberg, who is said to have met the women through websites that connect people who go on dates in exchange for gifts, fine dining, travel, and allowances and introduced them to Mr. Gaetz, could provide investigators with firsthand accounts of [his and Gaetz’s] activities.

As you may recall that Gaetz and Greenberg used Venmo to pay several women—like one who received portions of the $900 marked for “tuition” and “school”—and at least one was paid with taxpayer funds via a government credit card. And the reporters have the Venmo receipts:

Matt Gaetz’s Wingman Paid Dozens of Young Women — and a 17-Year-Old

As new details emerge about Rep. Matt Gaetz’s role in an alleged sex ring, The Daily Beast has obtained several documents showing that the suspected ringleader of the group, Joel Greenberg, made more than 150 Venmo payments to dozens of young women, and to a girl who was 17 at the time.

The payment from Greenberg, an accused sex trafficker, to the 17-year-old took place in June 2017. It was for $300 and, according to the memo field, was for ‘Food.’”

I would guess that Gaetz is well and truly eff’ed.


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5 Responses to Best Defense Is Strong Offense, And Boy, Howdy! Gaetz is Offensive

  1. sos says:

    defend himself in the court of Public Opinion

    As a prime knower of teh political winds, here is how I see Gaetz’s defense.

    At least I am not a “TRANSSEXUAL”
    Any “CANNIBALISM” was extremely limited (if any).

    And that should do it. Q ed (emphasis on the Q of course).

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  2. When the first young lady who alleges Gaetz had the sexytime with her comes forward, describing the distinct curve to the right and the mole on Gaetz’s peen…

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  3. Dennis Cole says:

    Back-pedaling at the speed of Life still gets you nowhere…

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Stony Pillow says:

    Gotta spend that campaign cash somewhere – it ain’t gonna help him in prison.

    Guaranteed he’s getting kickbacks on the ad spend.

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