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Another Narrative Collapses: DOJ Recommends No Charges Against Matt Gaetz


Yet another false narrative has collapsed.

The DOJ has recommended no charges for congressman Matt Gaetz.

Gaetz has been the target of a long-running investigation involving sex-trafficking.

Career prosecutors are now calling a conviction unlikely due to questions of the credibility of the two main witnesses.

It is now very likely that Gaetz will face no charges.

This news brings into question the entire foundation of the investigation.

it has also left many asking one question:

Where’s the apology?

Gaetz has been slandered unapologetically for 18 months.

Even those who don’t particularly like Gaetz say he deserves an apology.

Here’s more on the DOJ’s recommendation from the Washington Post:

Career prosecutors have recommended against charging Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) in a long-running sex-trafficking investigation — telling Justice Department superiors that a conviction is unlikely in part because of credibility questions with the two central witnesses, according to people familiar with the matter.

Senior department officials have not made a final decision on whether to charge Gaetz, but it is rare for such advice to be rejected, these people told The Washington Post, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss the deliberations. They added that it is always possible additional evidence emerges that could alter prosecutors’ understanding of the case.

Nevertheless, it is unlikely that federal authorities will charge Gaetz with a crime in an investigation that started in late 2020 and focused on his alleged involvement with a 17-year-old girl several years earlier. Gaetz, 40, has repeatedly denied wrongdoing, saying he has never paid for sex. He has also said the only time he had sex with a 17-year-old was when he was also 17.

Gaetz’s lawyer, Isabelle Kirshner, declined to comment. A Justice Department spokesman declined to comment.

With another false narrative left crumbled, will the liars be held accountable?

Mike Pence’s former chief of staff Marc Short had no problem hurling false allegations against Gaetz just months ago:

Here’s more on the previous allegations from the Post Millennial:

Allegations against Gaetz claimed that he had paid for sex in violation of federal sex-trafficking laws. A federal grand jury in Orlando this year heard testimony from Gaetz as well as an ex-girlfriend.

The ex-girlfriend was one of the women who Gaetz allegedly took to the Bahamas in 2018. The 17-year-old was also on that alleged trip, though she would have been 18 by that time, a report said. The source said, however, that testimony from them would not “pass muster with a jury.”

Another witness was a former friend of Gaetz’s, Joel Greenberg, a former tax collector, who pleaded guilty last year to sex trafficking of a minor and other crimes.

Some believe the accusations against Gaetz were merely meant to destroy his credibility.

Hopefully, justice will be served to those responsible for any wrongdoing.


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