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Congressman Matt Gaetz's Stunning Remarks About Hunter Biden

Updated on December 15, 2019

James is an independent politically, who likes to share his views in an attempt to open his eyes or that of others.

Matthew Louis Gaetz II

Matt Gaetz recently read an article from the New Yorker about Hunter Biden recently that I found rather disturbing. He read a story about how Hunter got in a car crash and eventually fessed up to driving under the influence of drugs.

The meeting was centered around the impeachment of Donald Trump, so there was some confusion and chatter amongst representative as Gaetz’s speech took place. If you watch the video, you’ll also hear some laughter in the house. This indicates that some in the room knew a time when Mr. Gaetz had a run in with the law for the abuse of alcohol while driving a motor vehicle.

Gaetz wanted to make the point that Burisma (the oil company) was unlikely to hire Hunter Biden without the help of having the Joe Biden as his father. He offered this theory as part of an amendment to the articles of impeachment for President Trump because he wanted to highlight that Trump’s intended investigation on the Barisma and Hunter Biden had nothing to do with his Presidential opponent Joe Biden.

It was just hard for me to listen to Gaetz say that he didn’t want to make light of someone’s substance abuse and just did so right then and there like he didn’t have a choice. Sure Hunter Biden got in trouble and fessed up to his crime and admitted that he was wrong. What is odd that Gaetz called him out when he also ticked for suspected substance abuse. Except till this day, Gaetz denies any wrong doing from his run in with the law in 2008. Gaetz not only avoided getting a license suspension for not taking a breath test, he also had all charges dropped. How did that happen. When your father is in that United States Senate representing the state that you get busted in, it’s easier to get one of those get out of jail free card.

So back to my point. Gaetz should have received a DUI and later become a congressman. Let me remind you again that he still claims no wrongdoing. Now Gaetz says publicly that someone should not have received a job without his father’s help because of a DUI. It all seems so hypocritical. But still, my opinion and up for debate.

When people come forward like Hunter Biden did and admit that they have a drug problem it should be celebrated and not as a mock in public forum. Of course, I’m not permitting the use the of drugs. If we can get more people to admit to their problem, we could have a better chance at getting people better. After this hearing who really wants to state they have a problem and not worry if it’s going to haunt them later on in life. Kind of like how Matt Gaetz’s mug shot haunts him until this day.

Representative Gaetz Calls Out Hunter Biden

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© 2019 James Smith


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