Back in June, federal prosecutors let it be known to ABC News that they were looking to indict Matt Gaetz sometime in July. Of course July came and went. But at the time, we pointed out that if the timeframe had subsequently been delayed by all that much, prosecutors would likely have let the media know that as well. So logically, we’ve been expecting movement in the case to come soon.
Now it turns out there’s inside info to corroborate this. Former New York Assistant Attorney General Tristan Snell tweeted this on Tuesday morning: “Is it possible that Marjorie Taylor Greene kicked Matt Gaetz off the tour because Gaetz is about to be indicted and arrested?”
Then on Tuesday night, Snell added “UPDATE: It turns out this was accurate. More details tomorrow on Gaetz… Got some good intel and working on getting more — then as soon as I have the info I’ll share!”
Of course this doesn’t mean that Matt Gaetz will be indicted and arrested tomorrow. Rather, it means that breaking news in the case will come tomorrow. But that news is apparently going to confirm that Gaetz will end up being indicted and arrested – so keep an eye out for it.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report