Matt Gaetz makes disgusting move

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And now the latest on the never-ending story that is the life of Matt Gaetz. Did you know Twitter has a new misinformation option? Put in place a few weeks ago, this option would allow certain users to flag tweets they felt were “misleading” as related to COVID and the 2020 Presidential election.

Not everybody has this option, but for those who do, it can be found under the “report tweet” section, where users will see an opportunity to report a misleading tweet. And this is just fine by me since misinformation is pouring out from every direction imaginable.

One of those individuals spreading misinformation is the high-haired Venmo fan, Gaetz. I suppose he has nothing better to do. After all, it isn’t like he wants to actually — gasp! — help people or anything.

Gaetz is now apparently joking about President Biden’s health — and he is doing this in a profoundly horrific way.

Over the weekend, the psychotic Congressman sent out a tweet that seemed to suggest Biden had died. Gaetz was referring to Biden’s meeting with the Prime Minister of Israel. He retweeted someone who claimed Biden had fallen asleep during the meeting and added his own words: “Send Kamala in to see if he can fog a mirror.”

What a sick and dumb thing to say. It would seem to be that this would be a perfect tweet to report. Misinformation indeed. Putting aside the cruelty and dishonestly of such a tweet, what kind of person would even think this was a good idea?

   

It is crucial to understand Gaetz is not really a Congressman. No, he is a wannabe suave, sleazy jerk who seemingly cannot get off Twitter and cannot stop spreading misinformation. He sounds like the perfect candidate to utilize Twitter’s new “misinformation” option on.

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