Matt Gaetz’s authorized place is getting bizarre, as Tucker Carlson discovered the arduous approach

In attempting to explain the claim, Gaetz linked his own situation with personally hosting Tucker Carlson – not just once, but twice.

“I am currently not the only person on the screen who has been falsely accused of a terrible sex act,” said Gaetz, without going into detail.

When Carlson asked Gaetz to explain the allegation against him, Gaetz said he only knew what he had read on the news. Then he offered “Actually, you and I went to dinner about two years ago, your wife was there and I brought a friend, you will remember her.” Gaetz went on to claim that the FBI tried to intimidate his friend into investigating his involvement in a “pay-for-play system”.

Carlson quickly countered, “I honestly don’t remember the woman you’re talking about or the context at all.”

However, Gaetz later claimed that the woman in question was fictional. “The person doesn’t exist,” he said, “I wasn’t in a relationship with a 17-year-old.”

Oh, but Gaetz also made it clear, “Providing flights and hotel rooms to people you meet who are of legal age is not a crime.”

It’s fair to sum up the appearance by saying that there were many moving targets.

At the end of the interview, Carlson said to the audience: “That was one of the strangest interviews I’ve ever had.”

No Certainly not.


Gaetz once again entangles Tucker Carlson in his personal peccadillo in a bizarre way, then says, “Providing flights and hotel rooms to anyone you meet with who are of legal age is not a crime”

– Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 31, 2021

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