Veteran Federal Prosecutors Recommend No Charges Against Rep. Matt Gaetz, Claim Sex Abuse Allegations Lack Credibility
Career federal prosecutors are recommending no charges against Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL), who has been tarred as a sexual predator by his political enemies over allegations of improprieties involving a 17-year-old girl.
The prosecutors have told the Justice Department not to charge Gaetz because the weak allegations have been made by two witnesses with zero credibility. The DOJ still may proceed if they want to continue the witch hunt, but it would not go anywhere, according to these experts.
Gaetz has been accused of paying for the transport of a 17-year-old girl in possible violation of federal sex-trafficking laws. A federal grand jury from Orlando has been investigating the allegations and interviewing witnesses. One of Gaetz’s associates, former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg, pleaded guilty in 2021 to the sex trafficking of a minor as well as other crimes. Greenberg has flipped on Gaetz but apparently has little evidence to prove anything and is flailing in an attempt to win leniency from the system for his own crimes.
Big League Politics reported on how Gaetz’s father Don was targeted by a sinister extortion plot at the same time that this deep state campaign was launched to destroy his reputation:
“A Florida developer is being hit with federal charges for allegedly being involved in a $25 million extortion case against Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Florida announced on Tuesday that a federal grand jury has indicted 62-year-old Stephen Alford for wire fraud and attempting to prevent the seizure of an electronic device. Alford had previously been convicted of federal fraud charges in a different case.