Matt Gaetz is in trouble. Joel Greenberg has filed for even more time and the prosecution is not objecting. All of this is being requested to be filed under seal in order not to endanger the Feds ongoing investigations. Who’re the names they’re trying to conceal?
Greenberg is facing a 12-year mandatory minimum. He’s cooling his heels in the Orange County prison so none of these delays are being fabricated to keep him out on bail. Covid might have been good reason for some of these extensions but not all of them.
Greenberg is giving up all those above him, and it’s hard to narrow down the list because so many have had their picture taken partying with Greenberg and Gaetz. Just to remind folks, Gaetz was a co-chairman of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ transition team. And replay the Tucker Carlson last interview of Matt Gaetz. Pure fear doesn’t begin to describe the look in Tucker’s eyes.
Meanwhile on the Steve Bannon case, we’re got three prosecutors and four FBI agents on just his contempt of Congress case. If that sounds suspiciously heavy-handed, it’s because Bannon was pivotal to so much that happened on January 6th. Clearly, the DOJ is taking their findings very seriously and the more they scratch, the more rabbit holes they find. Now we’ve learned the DOJ has been targeting Bannon’s lawyer’s communications. If that doesn’t hurt, nothing will.