Will the Democrats now apologize to Matt Gaetz?
Will the media retract their stories about Matt Gaetz?
It appears that Matt Gaetz has been telling the truth this entire time!
The Democrat plot to accuse him of sexual misconduct against minors has been exposed!
Well a Florida man has been arrested for attempting to extort Matt Gaetz.
This is the same Florida man who accused Matt Gaetz of sexual misconduct.
Are you able to connect the dots yet?
It appears that this man falsely accused Gaetz so that he would later on extort $25 million from him!
More details below:
MUST-READ: Matt Gaetz Exonerated From 'Pile of Lies' After Man Charged With Extortionhttps://t.co/eJ8b0AJKdE
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) September 1, 2021
.@dcexaminer ran this story when other outlets refused.
I’ve been proven right.
They tried to extort me on a pile of lies.
Alford wasn’t acting alone – he had help from people with strong ties to the federal government.
There is much more to this attempt to destroy me. https://t.co/sEwDPdrTSK
— Matt Gaetz (@mattgaetz) August 31, 2021
The plot thickens
Remember when Matt Gaetz alleged someone tried to shake down his dad for $25m, promising lenient federal treatment in the sex-crimes investigation of the Rep?
A man named Stephen Alford just got indicted for it
— Marc Caputo (@MarcACaputo) August 31, 2021
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) August 31, 2021
Have you noticed a pattern here?
False charges of sexual misconduct always seems to be pressed against Republicans.
It’s almost as if they are following a Democrat playbook…
Before Matt Gaetz, it was Brett Kavanaugh…
Before him, it was Clarence Thomas…
Politico was the first to report the $25 million extortion scheme against Gaetz:
A Florida developer and fraud convict was arrested Tuesday on a charge that he tried to extort $25 million from the father of Rep. Matt Gaetz in exchange for a presidential pardon that would shut down a high-profile, criminal sex-trafficking investigation into the Republican congressman.
Stephen Alford, 62, of Fort Walton Beach, was indicted on charges of wire fraud and destruction of property subject to a seizure warrant.
The indictment alleges that in March and April of this year, Alford attempted to get Gaetz’s wealthy father, Don, to pay the large sum as part of a complex deal dubbed “Project Homecoming.” The scheme Alford promoted would also have funded a private effort to rescue a former FBI agent who disappeared in Iran in 2007, Robert Levinson. U.S. officials said last year they believe Levinson was arrested and later died in Iranian custody, but Iran has publicly denied arresting Levinson. His body has never been found.
According to the indictment, Alford said he could “guarantee” that one of Don Gaetz’s family members would not go to prison if the money Alford demanded was paid. Don Gaetz told POLITICO in March that he wore a wire at the FBI’s request. Many of the quotes and details in the indictment appear to come from the discussions he recorded.
The indictment refers to Don Gaetz, a former Florida state Senate leader, as “D.G.” and describes the investigation to be extinguished as one “by the FBI for various public corruption and public integrity issues.”
The indictment lists three other anonymous people.
“Family Member A” is Matt Gaetz.
“Person A,” who first reached out to Don Gaetz to discuss the scheme via text message, is a former U.S. Air Force Intelligence officer named Bob Kent, whom the Gaetz family identified in a March interview with POLITICO and who later discussed his role in the matter with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, where Kent denied wrongdoing. Kent said that McGee introduced him to Alford, who had been the lawyer’s client in the past. (Alford is currently on probation for an unrelated land-fraud crime.)
So there you have it, folks.
ANOTHER false allegation against a Republican has been exposed as a LIE.
Isn’t it funny how this always seems to happen?
But only against Republicans?
Florida developer charges for allegedly attempting to extort $25 million from Rep. Gaetz’s father | Just The News https://t.co/q7caSP7sxo
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) September 1, 2021
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 31, 2021
Here's the full statement to @weartv from @RepMattGaetz's office on Stephen Alford's arrest today. The federal indictment accuses Alford of trying to extort Gaetz's father out of $25M in exchange for a presidential pardon. @mattgaetz https://t.co/0mHrEIFfiG pic.twitter.com/Z6TqyBzdRe
— Amanda Johnson WEAR (@AmandaJWEAR) September 1, 2021
Fortunately, this evidence appears to exonerate Matt Gaetz.
But on the other hand, the damage has been done.
Do you think the media will retract their stories?
Do you think the people who watch the mainstream media will really see the truth?
Townhall reports that Matt Gaetz has been “exonerated”:
Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz has been exonerated after 62-year-old Stephen Alford was recently indicted by the Department of Justice for extortion.
“Stephen M. Alford did knowingly and willfully devise, and intent to devise, a scheme to defraud and for obtaining money and property by means of material false and fraudulent pretenses, representations, and promises, and for the promise of executing such scheme, did cause, and attempt to cause, a wire communication to be transmitted in interstate commerce,” the indictment states.
Earlier this year, Gaetz was adamant Alford was making false allegations of sexual misconduct against him in order to extort money from his successful and wealthy family.
Back in March when news broke that the Department of Justice was investigating Gaetz for sexual misconduct, the congressman maintained he was being extorted.
“The allegations of sexual misconduct against me are false,” Gaetz told Axios at the time. “They are rooted in an extortion effort against my family for $25 million.”
Now that the Florida man has been arrested, we want to know if any Democrats knew about this.
Did the media know?
Was anyone else involved?
The American people deserve to know the truth!