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Matt Gaetz Says The FBI Wants Americans To Engage In ‘Snitching’

As the day draws closer that Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) is indicted and placed on trial for allegedly engaging in the sexual trafficking of an underage girl, the pervy Mr. Gaetz is lashing out at every federal agency that’s actively investigating him and proving just how utterly terrified he is.

Such is the case with an appearance Gaetz made on Newsmax where he spouted all sorts of wild conspiracy theories about the FBI, telling hosts Steve Cortes and Jenn Pellegrino:

“When the FBI is busy trying to make us all believe that our family members and our neighbors are extremists, we missed the opportunity to actually dig into important threats, cybersecurity threats, national security threats that they should be focused on.”

Gaetz was clearly referencing a tweet sent out by the FBI over the weekend:

But to hear Gaetz tell it, the FBI is somehow overstepping their bounds as the nation’s premier law enforcement agency by asking for the public’s help in tracking down domestic terrorists:

“Let’s remember who the [FBI] building is named after, [FBI founder] J. Edgar Hoover, who would use information in a compromising way against politicians and people to be able to maintain his own power. And then you saw the FBI weaponized against elements of the Civil Rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s, and now you see the FBI really becoming the enforcement wing of the Democratic Party in a lot of circumstances.”

Who appointed Hoover as head of the FBI in 1924? Republican President Calvin Coolidge. As for the assertion that the agency has become the “enforcement wing of the Democratic Party,” that’s just Gaetz and his paranoia speaking. He’s still upset that the FBI dared to investigate if failed, one-term former President Donald Trump was in bed with Russia. And he’s also worried about what’s about to come down regarding his own case from a federal court.

As if that’s not enough, Gaetz then tried to compare the United States and FBI to the former Soviet Union:

“Back during the worst days of the Soviet Union, one out of every three of the folks in that country was providing some sort of information to a centralized governing authority. Snitching really is a tool of the repressive security state, and we don’t want that to happen in our country.

“This is an effort to identify people based on their politics, and I don’t think we want an FBI that is resolving familial disputes through the lens of extremism. That seems to really take them away from an otherwise important mission.”

Rest assured, if Donald Trump was still president and the FBI was doing his bidding, Gaetz would have no problem with their tweets or their investigations.

What has Gaetz on the attack against the feds are his own legal problems, which could send him to prison for the rest of his life. Once the indictments start flying with his name on them, don’t be surprised if he bursts into tears, pisses himself, and begs for his mommy.

Here’s Congressman Perv on Newsmax:

Crime Sexual Assault Sexual Harassment

Tucker Carlson And Sean Hannity Accused Of Horrific Sexual Misconduct In Sweeping Lawsuit

Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity are accused of sexual misconduct –including sexual harassment — in a sweeping lawsuit filed Monday in a New York federal court, and it could wind up costing both their jobs.

According to CNBC:

“A bombshell lawsuit filed by two women Monday accused former Fox News chief national correspondent Ed Henry of raping one of them and says that the network’s star anchor Sean Hannity once offered $100 to staffers to “date” another woman who also accuses Henry of sexual harassment.
“The federal suit says that one of the plaintiffs, Cathy Areu, also was sexually harassed by other high-profile men at Fox News, including Hannity, host Tucker Carlson, journalist Howard Kurtz and contributor Gianno Caldwell.”

The suit also accuses former Fox News correspondent Ed Henry of rape and sex trafficking, as well as allegedly sending incredibly disturbing  images sent by Henry to a female Fox employee, Cathy Areu:

“The messages in Areu’s possession from Henry include “a ‘closeup’ photograph of a woman’s vagina being ‘clamped’ closed by four clothespins; a photograph of an individual wearing a mask that has a large penis in lieu of a nose; a photograph of a vibrator faux smoking a cigarette.

“Henry also sent Areu, the complaint alleged, ‘a video of a woman running across the room and jumping towards a camera—her skirt lifts up and the video ends with a closeup of her vagina;  and a video entitled ‘Fastest Interview … candidate selected in 3 seconds.’ In the video, someone purportedly interviewing for a position exposes her vagina, after which the interviewer indicates that she got the job.”

Henry has been fired from the network for the allegations against him, but it remains to be seen if the network is willing to part ways with Carlson and Hannity — two of its biggest stars — the way Fox did when former host Bill O’Reilly was dismissed for repeated allegations of sexual misconduct against female employees.

However, if Fox does fail to cut all ties to Carlson and Hannity, it could also be facing legal exposure for creating a hostile workplace where sexual harassment and other sexual violence is tolerated merely because its so-called “stars” are bringing in too much ad revenue.

None of the revelations in the lawsuit should surprise anyone, as the network has long been known as “boy’s club” where its most high-profile employees are often allowed to run wild.