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Hunter Biden Has A Devastating Comeback When Matt Gaetz Asks Him About His Drug Use

Hunter Biden’s closed-door testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday led to sparks between Biden and committee member Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) when the Florida congressman asked about drug usage by the president’s son, according to a transcript of the hearing.

Gaetz began by asking Biden, “Were you on drugs when you were on the Burisma board?”

Biden responded, “Mr. Gaetz, look me in the eye. You really think that’s appropriate to ask me?”

Gaetz, “Absolutely.”

“Of all the people sitting around this table,” Biden said, “do you think that’s appropriate to ask me?”

Biden’s comment was a reference to an ongoing House Ethics Committee investigation of Gaetz for alleged drug use and sex with underage girls who were reportedly transported across state lines.

“I will answer it this way,” Biden told Gaetz. “I have been absolutely transparent about my drug use. Was I an addict? Yes, I was an addict. What does that have to do with whether or not you’re going to go forward with an impeachment of my father other than to simply try to embarrass me?”

It remains to be seen if the House Ethics Committee will release the results of its investigation of Gaetz before the November election. The report could result in the congressman being booted from Congress.

A federal criminal investigation of Gaetz for sex trafficking ended in 2023 when the Justice Department declined to charge him with any crimes related to his actions, NBC News reported at the time.

Prosecutors had spent months investigating Gaetz’s personal conduct and, specifically, allegations that he was part of a scheme that led to the sex trafficking of a 17-year-old girl. At the core of their investigation was testimony from a former Gaetz associate, Joel Greenberg, who worked as a Florida tax collector.

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Matt Gaetz’s Victory Lap Over Mitch McConnell’s Decision To Step Down Bites Him On The A**

Rep. Matt Gaetz’s (R-FL) online reaction to a decision from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to step down as GOP Senate leader in November boomeranged badly on him, resulting in complete humiliation for the controversial Floridian.

Gaetz expressed his glee on Twitter/X, posting, “We’ve now 86’d: McCarthy McDaniel McConnell Better days are ahead for the Republican Party.”

It didn’t take long before others reminded Gaetz that failed former president Donald Trump had once supported McCarthy, McDaniel, and McConnell. They also pointed out that the GOP has been on a major losing streak since it chose to fully embrace Trump despite his legal woes and attempts to overturn the 2020 election.

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#BoebertCrimeFamily Trends After Her Son Is Arrested And Charged With Dozens Of Crimes

Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) 18-year-old son, Tyler, was arrested on Tuesday and is accused of dozens of crimes involving trespassing and property theft, NBC News reports.

Tyler Jay Boebert faces felony counts of criminal possession of identification documents, conspiracy to commit a felony, and more than 15 additional misdemeanor and petty offenses, the Rifle Police Department said in a Facebook post.

“This is an ongoing investigation, no further information will be released at this time,” the post said. “All suspects are considered innocent until adjudicated guilty in a court of law.”

As of Wednesday morning, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office listed Tyler Boebert as an inmate in the county jail with no bond amount or release date set.

Ironically, Tyler Boebert’s arrest came just hours after the congresswoman made the following post on social media:

As you’d expect, the karmic slapdown handed to the Boebert clan resulted in a new trending hashtag on Twitter/X: #BoebertCrimeFamily, and that spawned some truly memorable responses to Mrs. Boebert’s snarky tweet.

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Former Prosecutor Says Jim Jordan May Be ‘In League’ With FBI Informant Busted For Ties To Russia 

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) may be part of a larger conspiracy to spread Russian lies about President Joe Biden as part of a campaign to benefit Donald Trump, according to former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner.

Speaking with MSNBC host Ayman Mohyeldin, Kirschner was asked about the recent arrest of Alexander Smirnov, who was taken into custody last week after being accused of lying to the FBI.

“Were the Republicans in league or incompetent?” Kirschner asked. “It’s one or the other. And here’s the thing. There’s a lot to dislike, sort of every link of the chain here. First of all, the FBI writes down lots of things that human informants and confidential informants say. That doesn’t mean it is necessarily true. Yes, they record it in a form, 1023, but they write it down. It doesn’t mean it’s verified, it doesn’t mean it’s accurate, it doesn’t mean it’s reliable. Once they receive it, they have to go about the hard work of corroborating it, or debunking it. And it sounds like the FBI never corroborated, and indeed, ultimately debunked this disinformation.”

Kirschner added:

“So why this debunked Russian disinformation would then be handed off to Republican members of Congress to be used as the basis to impeach an American president is mystifying, Ayman. And look, let’s use Jim Jordan as an example. You played a clip of him appearing to double down, even though he now knows it’s Russian disinformation, and Smirnov has been indicted for lying to the FBI about the Bidens. Jim Jordan is a serial abuser of his position and his authority. This is the guy who refused to comply with a lawfully issued congressional subpoena because had he complied and testified he might have incriminated Donald Trump.”

Everywhere you look, the GOP has ties to Russia and Russian propaganda which they have tried to use to destroy President Joe Biden and boost Donald Trump. Is it really so hard to believe the Kremlin owns and controls them?

 

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MT Greene’s ‘Unpopular Opinion’ About Christian Women Backfires Badly On Her

Since she doesn’t actually bother to legislate or do the job she gets paid $174,000 in taxpayer’s money for, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has plenty of time to hang out on social media and post all sorts of inane bullshit.

Such was the case today when the congresswoman decided to weigh in on the issue of women’s fashion and Christianity.

Specifically, Greene stated that Christian women need to act and dress more modestly.

“This might be an unpopular opinion and could hurt some feelings.

“There are many conservative Christian women, who are influencers or leaders, that are selling themselves short and not being good role models by conforming to the world’s sexualization of women.

“If you are conservative and a Christian you know you don’t have to express yourself in sexual ways and you know you are attractive by dressing nice and feminine, and you can be beautiful and modest at the same time.

“Men will respect you more and think of you much more highly than just a sexual object for gratification. It’s also good to not tempt your Christian brothers and cause them to stumble.

“As conservative Christian women let us always be an example to girls and young women by displaying actions that our faith believes and not conform to the patterns of this fallen world.

“Be the light, don’t fall into the darkness.”

While many might agree with Greene’s advice, she’s not exactly the right person to be giving it considering her alleged past infidelities.

OK Magazine reported on Greene’s affairs back in 2021.

The controversial political figure from Georgia’s 14th Congressional District reportedly “openly cheated” on her husband Perry of 25 years with multiple men, including Craig Ivey, a polyamorous tantric sex guru, and Justin Tway, a manager at the gym she worked at.

The extramarital affairs allegedly took place a decade ago while the boisterous blonde was working in gyms in Alpharetta, Ga., about 35 miles north of Atlanta.

Greene’s hypocrisy got her lit up on Twitter/X.