Matt Gaetz Accuses Fmr. DoJ Official of Extortion for Tying Him To Sex Trafficking; I Don’t Need Biden’s Pardon

‘It is a horrible allegation and it is a lie’

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GAETZ: "I know that there was a demand for money in exchange for a commitment that he could make this investigation go away along with his co-conspirators. They even claimed to have specific connections inside the Biden White House. Now, I don’t know if that’s true. They were promising that Joe Biden would pardon me. Obviously I don’t need a pardon. I’m not seeking a pardon. I have not done anything improper or wrong. But what I am troubled by is the real motivation for all of this. You know, just tonight, Ted Lieu, a Democrat, was calling on me to be removed from the House judiciary Committee. I believe we are in an era of our politics now, Tucker, where people are smeared to try to take them out of the conversation.”

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