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Matt Gaetz. He likes ‘em young.

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Leeea

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86 pages, but didn't mention Gaetz's name a single time. :rolleyes:

The upside of being a republican is you can get away with trafficking children.
 

woolfe9998

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86 pages, but didn't mention Gaetz's name a single time. :rolleyes:

It probably doesn't mention any names at all. You wouldn't expect the name of anyone Greenberg intends to incriminate to be in a publicly accessible plea agreement. Prosecutors don't want those names released to the public while they are still investigating and before any charges have been filed.
 

alien42

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the Daily Beast ran a pretty damning story on Friday. no other outlets are reporting this specific of details as of yet, so take it with a grain of salt.


"Joel Greenberg, will identify that escort to investigators as one of more than 15 young women Gaetz paid for sex, according to a source familiar with the investigation."
 

Thump553

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86 pages, but didn't mention Gaetz's name a single time. :rolleyes:

Of course not, a plea agreement NEVER names the target and shouldn't for good reasons. This plea agreement is incredibly long & locks in very specific factual findings backed by externatl evidence (initialed by the defendant on each page) and absolutely locks the defendant into full cooperation and full truthfulness-something very, very important. After all, this guy makes Michael Cohen look like the paragon of virtue and truthfullness.

If the plea agreement even mentioned Gaetz any decent defense attorney would be handed a ready made acquittal based on the argument that it is nothing but a witch hunt with a bought and paid for witness.

You can be very sure that the defendant has already given tons of evidence about Gaetz that is not mentioned in this agreement.
 
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Thump553

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the Daily Beast ran a pretty damning story on Friday. no other outlets are reporting this specific of details as of yet, so take it with a grain of salt.


"Joel Greenberg, will identify that escort to investigators as one of more than 15 young women Gaetz paid for sex, according to a source familiar with the investigation."
Full text of the plea agreement is linked here:

 

Lost_in_the_HTTP

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Ya' know, back when .... I was getting all sorts of Spam texts to my phone about the 'Seminole county project'. I had no idea what it was about or that it may be political. It addressed a name that wasn't mine.
 

cytg111

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Heh, wonder if Gaetz is smart enough to have the goods on someone(s) he can rat out himself... Probably not. This moron is doing time.
 
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VRAMdemon

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I'm assuming Gaetz thinks Trump will pardon him when he wins the 2022 election…Or even sooner than that, when Trump is restored to his rightful place in the Oval Throne Room, expected this coming August.
 
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kage69

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No because the next turd filled Congress and/or President will appoint completely unqualified partisan nut bags to the job.
So, standard republican hiring practices then?

Make it a function of their health care plans as Federal employees, let GAO run oversight. We just had a mentally ill and serious Adderall addict posing as CiC, and we saw what that wrought for America at home and abroad. The problems created by addicts wielding power is more concerning to me than GQP nepotism and corruption that might not apply.

If we can expect enlisted to not abuse illegal drugs (or be hopelessly addicted to over the counter ones), we should be able to expect the same from our politicians.
 
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Sunburn74

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So, standard republican hiring practices then?

Make it a function of their health care plans as Federal employees, let GAO run oversight. We just had a mentally ill and serious Adderall addict posing as CiC, and we saw what that wrought for America at home and abroad. The problems created by addicts wielding power is more concerning to me than GQP nepotism and corruption that might not apply.

If we can expect enlisted to not abuse illegal drugs (or be hopelessly addicted to over the counter ones), we should be able to expect the same from our politicians.
Honestly they all should undergo extensive psychological testing every year. Half those guys have dementia and a good number are deluded qanon followers.
 
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esquared

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Honestly they all should undergo extensive psychological testing every year. Half those guys have dementia and a good number are deluded qanon followers.
How about sodium pentathol and a lie detector test?

/s
 

Lost_in_the_HTTP

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In all honesty, there may be a need for psychological testing. No joke there. Some of the people in Congress that are entrusted with high level information aren't quite all there. It's becoming a serious issue for national security.

One of the questions often asked during an initial evaluation is 'Who is the current President of the United States?' We all know that at least some of them might have a problem answering that.
 

hal2kilo

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woolfe9998

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Ha-ha

Per another article on this topic.

She has featured in the investigation thanks to a video she filmed of herself naked hula-hooping, which she sent to Gaetz, and he shared with other members of Congress.
Gee, I wonder why she's assisting federal prosecutors investigating Gaetz. Perhaps she took umbrage over her private naked video being shared with members of the U.S. Congress, a place where she worked?

What a douche.
 
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Per another article on this topic.



Gee, I wonder why she's assisting federal prosecutors investigating Gaetz. Perhaps she took umbrage over her private naked video being shared with members of the U.S. Congress, a place where she worked?

What a douche.
Maybe here is my guess. She provided sex for money and I bet she was being leaned on like help us out or we will charge you with prostitution. How do you think that will look on any future job applications?

Shitty how some innocent people get tied up in this bullshit however when it involved peddling underage for sex a high Government level it needs to be done.
Fuck I sound like a fucking Q.
 

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