The mad rush to break up Families, and Destroy the name of good people the Democrat Party has weaponized the so called Rule of Law.
Like fools as people did in the Salem Witch Trials is to pick something the people will chase blindly, and assume the worst of humanity.
Women point and throw words out there; better yet… a child, cry out abuse, and the Government comes running! The papers selling off the news stand! Now the Democrat Party as put it in your face, and you still can’t see it! Can you? THEY ARE GOING AFTER ANYONE THAT WILL OPPOSE THEIR POWER!!
They now use the ignorance of Good People who don’t have time to follow the real news, and the fear in people that the world is filled with sex maniacs who want to steal your children, and the spouse is getting beaten up every day.
Yes, these things do happen, and we want to believe people are honest… But my God weak up people. Democrats are taking people down by the thousands! Harris was locking up not only blacks, put any person she could get her mitts on; and admits to it, in your face!
It is now infecting our selected people in Government… they have no shame! Look how they are going after Matt Gaetz. When does this end? Here is a clipping from Epoch Times:
Gaetz Says He Won’t Resign Over ‘False’ Sex Allegations
WASHINGTON—Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said Monday he will not leave Congress and denied that he “slept with” an underage girl, suggesting that accusations against him stem from political foes angry that he “loathes the swamp.”
The Florida Republican, starting his fifth year in Congress, has been battling to preserve his political career since reports last week that he is under federal investigation for possible sex crimes. In a column in the Washington Examiner, a conservative news outlet, Gaetz predicted that “some of my feckless colleagues in Congress” will call for him to step down.
“No, I am absolutely not resigning,” he wrote Monday.
A high-profile ally of former President Donald Trump, Gaetz has so far received almost no public support from his congressional Republican colleagues and none from the former president.
Gaetz, 38, is under scrutiny over whether he violated federal sex trafficking laws, including if he had sex with a 17-year-old and other underage girls, paid them, or offered gifts in exchange for sex. That’s according to people familiar with the investigation who spoke on condition of anonymity because they could not discuss details publicly.
Gaetz, who has not been charged with any crimes, denied the accusations Monday.
“First, I have never, ever paid for sex,” he wrote. “And second, I, as an adult man, have not slept with a 17-year-old.”
Engaged since New Year’s Eve, he wrote, “My lifestyle of yesteryear may be different from how I live now, but it was not and is not illegal.”
Gaetz used his column to attack Democrats, news organizations, and others, saying his enemies are “just repeating false allegations about a congressman who loathes the swamp and fights both sides of it on a daily basis.”
He also predicted, “I’m sure some partisan crooks in Merrick Garland’s Justice Department want to pervert the truth and the law to go after me.”
The FBI, the Biden administration’s Justice Department, and “the Cheney political dynasty” were among the entities Gaetz accused of unjustly targeting him.
The Justice Department investigation began last year while Trump was still president. Gaetz helped lead an unsuccessful battle in January to depose Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, from her job as No. 3 House GOP leader. Days earlier, she was among just 10 House Republicans to vote to impeach Trump.
Gaetz’s article was published the same day a former congressional aide told reporters he was interviewed last week by the FBI. Nathan Nelson, a military adviser who left Gaetz’s office in October, said he was questioned about whether he’d left that job because he knew of Gaetz’s “involvement in illegal activities.”
“I’m here this morning to state that nothing could be farther from the truth. Neither I nor any other member of Congressman Gaetz’s staff had any knowledge of illegal activities,” Nelson said at his home in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.
Nelson provided no specific details about the FBI’s questioning. Without detailing them, he said he believes the charges against Gaetz are false.
By Alan Fram