Florida’s 1st Congressional Representative Matt Gaetz is the guy who wore a gas mask on the floor of the House while Congress was trying to pass 8.3 billion in emergency funding to fight coronavirus. Less than a week after posting the stunt on Twitter, a 71 year-old man in Gaetz’s own district died from the virus.
Matt Gaetz is in his late thirties, but apparently hasn’t grown out of being a college d-bag. Maybe he believed his authentic personality wouldn’t get him all that far, so he chose adopt the desperate, annoying, “I’ll do anything for a laugh” strategy to get his peers to accept him.
Didn’t we all know someone like Matt Gaetz in school? The guy who goes to women’s rallies wearing an “I Fart in Church!” t-shirt. The guy who runs down his dorm hall naked at midnight with his roommate’s toothbrush hanging out his ass? The guy who jumps off roofs, pukes on his friends, and wraps a belt around his neck and goes as Robin Williams for Halloween.
Yes, everything Matt Gaetz does, he does for the attention. He’s the guy who tweet-threatened Michael Cohen only hours before he testified about President Trump’s illicit financial schemes. That menacing tweet, which read, “Do your wife & father-in-law know about your girlfriends?” Maybe tonight would be a good time for that chat. She’s about to learn a lot…” won Gaetz his own twin investigations by the Ethics Committee and The Florida State Bar.
And let’s not forget H. RES. 306, the infamous “PENCIL” resolution to remove Democrat Adam Schiff as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. This was Gaetz’s tribute to Trump calling Schiff a “little pencil neck.” You see, H. RES. 306 is the “Preventing Extreme Negligence with Classified Information Licenses Act” or PENCIL Act… get it?
If you’ve read this far, I probably don’t have to tell you that Matt Gaetz is a Trump lap dog, and one of the biggest. We’re talking a full-on undisciplined, crotch-dusting, yappy, farting, fuzzy coin purse, complete with side-head pom poms and erection problems from excessive inbreeding.
Matt Gaetz regularly plants his perch over at Fox News to parrot Trump’s lies, conspiracy theories, Deep State paranoia and general incoherent babble. He defended Trump’s “shithole countries” comment. He was one of the biggest public stooges for Trump’s tax plan. He supported Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from northeastern Syria. And he called for charges to be brought against Nancy Pelosi after she tore up Trump’s State of the Union address. In return, he received lots of photo opportunities with Trump, rides in Air Force One, and endless praise from darlings of the conservative media. Yes, Matt Gaetz is “Little Lord MAGA,” lace collar and all.
Now… Matt Gaetz isn’t all bad. He touts himself as a member of the “pro-science wing” of the GOP. He has voiced support for LGBTQ in the past. He’s even a proponent of marijuana legalization. But in light of his many reeking defects in other important areas, these seem to be more about Gaetz positioning himself as a “new breed of Republican” while in front of the cameras. Meanwhile, when out of make-up, Goetz spends his time sucking up tax payer dollars, belittling his own office with shamelessly childish legislation, and gleefully making beer runs for Trump and his fetid inner circle of fattened, low IQ ass pandas, hoping one day they’ll accept him as one as well.
Matt Gaetz functions in an offensively partisan manner and should not be returned to the House in 2020.
Matt Gaetz is a smart guy, but it’s clear he doesn’t take his job of representing the people of Florida seriously. The offensive gas mask prank is more than enough proof of this.
Matt Gaetz has decided to ingratiate himself to President Trump by adopting his same dismissive, bullying style at the expense of the people in his district, who count on him to treat their needs seriously.
Matt Gaetz is one seriously #BadRedApple
NOTE: As of this article’s time of publication, Matt Gaetz currently sits in quarantine for possible coronavirus contraction