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Show Me the Matt Gaetz and I’ll Find You the Crime
We knew this was coming. First, the left gives a “story” credibility by leaking it to the “fake news” media du jour, complete with anonymous sources. They repeat the “lie” and allow it to settle in, so enough headline-only-readers believe it. Then they might “allow” the truth to seep out slowly. By that time, the lie has been heard multiple times around the world, and the damage is done.
So it happened with a New York Times story nearly two months ago about Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz and his so-called sex trafficking of a 17-year-old. The intended effect was to silence the fiery Congressman, and it appears to have worked.
Now, this article from the National Pulse entitled, “The Media’s Matt Gaetz Source – Joel Greenberg – Just Pleaded Guilty To Making FALSE Pedophilia Allegations About His Opponents.” Well, well, well.
According to the Pulse’s Editor-in-Chief, Raheem Kassam, who is also the co-host of Steve Bannon’s War Room, “Greenberg has pleaded guilty to falsely accusing an innocent man of having sex with a minor.” That man was a political opponent, also a Republican, and it wasn’t Matt Gaetz.
Forced to resign after just two years in politics, Greenberg was indicted for “stalking a political rival, sex trafficking of a child, illegally obtaining information from Florida state databases, and identity theft.” But this story gets even uglier⏤if that’s possible.
“The victim, in that case, was a local teacher who had filed to run against Greenberg for the Seminole County Tax Collector position in Florida in the 2020 election,” according to the Pulse. “The actual plea agreement states that: Greenberg ‘posing as a student at the school, falsely represented [via an anonymous letter to the head of the school] that he had first-hand knowledge of a sexual relationship between another fictitious student … and the Teacher … [and] falsely represented that [the alleged student] admitted to engaging in oral and anal sex with the Teacher and that the incidents took place at the school. Greenberg … signed the-letter ‘a very concerned student’ at the school.’” This is some pretty sick stuff.
Further, “Greenberg’s false accusations resulted in local law enforcement conducting a criminal investigation of the Teacher.” In the end, “local law enforcement found no support whatsoever for the false allegations that Greenberg had made.” But, the damage was done. The teacher filed charges against Greenberg for which the recent plea agreement was struck.
According to the Pulse, “Greenberg is the only person making accusations about Rep. Gaetz right now – two months in – and there’s plenty of evidence to suggest his animosity is driven by Gaetz’s refusal to get involved in Greenberg’s demands for a pardon from President Trump.”
Kassam says that “one of the most concerning parts of Greenberg’s plea deal is that it promises him leniency if he provides information that leads to the arrest of another individual, which the Biden Department of Justice prosecutors are desperate to make Rep. Gaetz.” So far Gaetz has denied wrongdoing and hasn’t been charged with a crime. Regardless, he can’t possibly be sleeping well at night.
As if this saga couldn’t get any more convoluted, an article I wrote on April 14th, entitled “How NOT to be a Target of the Left. Hint: Don’t ‘Like’ Matt Gaetz”, explains how the left is attacking Gaetz via extortion. You can’t make this stuff up. Yet, they’re hoping you’ll call investigative reporters like me “conspiracy theorists” because the story is so twisted. I’m hoping you’ll take the time to understand the entire story, so another great patriot isn’t destroyed with false allegations.
By using Alinsky Tactic #3, “Whenever possible go outside the experience of the enemy,” Democrats have once again created a narrative filled with so much chaos and confusion that the average Joe gives up trying to follow. We cannot let that happen.
The left has been targeting Conservatives, including President Trump, with the same merciless zeal used by Joseph Stalin’s longest-serving and most ruthless secret police chief. Lavrentiy Beria bragged that he “could prove criminal conduct on anyone, even the innocent.” Beria targeted ‘the man’ first, then proceeded to find or fabricate a crime. Our modern-day Beria came in the name of Robert Mueller, and the DOJ is continuing his lead.
As one of America First’s most ardent supporters, Congressman Matt Gaetz is a natural target for the left. Should he fall, who is next?
Greenberg was linked to Gaetz when the media made the two appear joined at the hip to fit its “Gaetz-is-a-pedophile” narrative. But did they even know each other? No one seems to have that answer at this point, or isn’t saying. Selfies taken of the two in front of the White House are the extent of the evidence made available to the public so far. Big deal.
There’s no question Joel Greenberg is a sleaze bag. One cannot come away with a different sense given the charges he pled guilty to on May 17th. But will he implicate Matt Gaetz in any crimes as part of his plea deal? If he does, why on earth would anyone believe anything he has to say?
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