Sure, you won't follow a story that is about one of your team looking like an asshole, but can pivot immediately to a Dem looking like an asshole?I wonder, since I haven't followed this story at all, if you can tell me: Did Gaetz use the power of his congressional position in any of this "immoral" behavior? You know...like Cuomo?
The answer to that question will define whether Gaetz is or is not a "swamp creature".
I don't care about Cuomo and this thread is about Gaetz.Sure, you won't follow a story that is about one of your team looking like an asshole, but can pivot immediately to a Dem looking like an asshole?
Did Cuomo break any laws? is the FBI looking into allegations about him?
Yes, in 2019. So interesting point. Did these harrassment in the workplace accusations against Cuomo supposedly happen after 2019?Sexual harassment is against the law in New York State, an act that was signed by Cuomo.
The problem Cuomo is facing is not harassment, it is being visible in a world of #metoo. No one is safe, literally.Yeah, sexual harassment, as he defined it in his law.
That must be from the new spokesman who took over after the old spokesman quit rather than lie. I see the new one has no such qualms.In a statement to CBS News, a spokesperson from Gaetz's office said: "Rep. Gaetz has never paid for sex, nor has he had sex with an underage girl. What began with blaring headlines about 'sex trafficking' has now turned into a general fishing exercise about vacations and consensual relationships with adults. Yesterday, we even learned of some nonsense 'pardon' story that turned out to be false, and today it's just more euphemism. It's interesting to watch the Washington wheels grinding so hard every time one of their falsehoods gets knocked down."
This is very bad news for Gaetz. It means that Greenberg has information of value to prosecutors.Looks like the other swamp creature is about to rat out his running buddy.
Joel Greenberg, a key figure in the ongoing investigation into Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz, is likely to strike a plea deal with federal prosecutors, his attorney and prosecutors said in court Thursday.www.cnn.com
LinkA second staffer for Rep. Matt Gaetz (R), resigned late last week amid allegations that the Florida congressman engaged in sex trafficking and sex with a minor, The New York Times reported Thursday.
Gaetz's legislative director Devin Murphy was the second staffer to leave Gaetz's office, three people with knowledge of the matter told the Times.
The Hill has reached out for comment on Murphy's exit.
Murphy's departure comes behind Luke Ball, the congressman's former communications chief, who left the Republican's team just days earlier.