Matt Gaetz just got pummeled

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Don’t mess with AOC. Let’s start at the beginning. And that beginning would include Matt Gaetz. Matt Gaetz is becoming increasingly deranged on Twitter and in real life. Perhaps an indictment is near? That would certainly explain his psychotic behavior.

But now Gaetz is being called out by AOC. So nice to see! It’s like a baby monster being lectured to by a bright peacock. It is something to see. Gaetz, who was likely born without a conscience, has been needling Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin, who tragically lost his son to suicide.

Gaetz had the nerve to say maybe Raskin shouldn’t serve in Congress since his grief could be a distraction. Is there any line they won’t cross? I don’t believe there is. AOC, however sure, told him. Gaetz got owned by a woman — a sassy, strong, brilliant woman who wasn’t going to take his crap.

Telling Gaetz that Raskin is a greater statesman than most, AOC proceeded to call Gaetz “a bad haircut in a cheap suit.” And a “feat of mediocrity given that he’s here on papa’s money.” Bravo AOC! Bravissimo!

Gaetz, who likely has never won a Twitter argument in his life, responded that “a lot of people like my hair.” Uh-oh. I’ve got something to say about THAT. Gaetz also included this: “Stop trying to date me. I’m married.” Ugh.

   

Not to be deterred, AOC tweeted back, asking Gaetz: “Did you ever ask Trump for a pardon? Gaetz seems to enjoy daily Twitter humiliation. And as for his hair which every day is looking more like a weapon of mass destruction — I do not share the Congressman’s love for his bouffant, nor does anybody else I know. But many seemed to enjoy AOC’s takedown of Matt Gaetz — it’s been a long time coming.

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