Matt Gaetz has issues

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And now another installment in the ongoing saga of “Matt Gaetz and his Venmo issues.” Gaetz (not a good person, insurrection party, Florida)has been spending so much time on Twitter it appears we may have found answers as to why this person apparently doesn’t sleep. He never gets off the Social Media site.

The thing is, Gaetz does not appear to care about anything but tweeting and retweeting posts about what a wonderful person he is. This has been going on for quite some time but has really reached its peak in the last few weeks.

If you look at his page, it reads like a tribute to himself. The man is clearly in love with the sound of his own voice, which I suppose is a good thing because it does not appear that anybody else is.

Gaetz is hard at work trying to convince people that the non-existent Deep state is deliberately targeting the former guy. He is also running with Terrible Tucker Carlson’s claims that the NSA was spying on him. Reading the page of the creepy Floridian, one thought refused to leave my mind.

If one did not know Gaetz was a Congressman and just randomly looked at the page, it would appear to have been written by a madman. Or at least written by someone with serious paranoia issues. Gaetz is clearly trying to distract from his own problems, and judging from many of the hysterical replies his tweets are receiving, his strategy is not working.


It is now July, so we are on “Gaetz indictment watch.” Of course, it may not happen this month. But in any event, more news should be leaking out at some point. In the meantime, Gaetz and his psychotic Twitter page seem destined to become even more bizarre,

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