Former Chief of Staff Mike Pence predicts Matt Gaetz “will be in prison for child sex trafficking by 2024”

According to conservative estimates, there are probably tens of millions of people who want to tell the deputy Matt Gates shut up hell. That group likely included many of the women he insulted over the weekend when he was He said Those who support abortion rights are too fat and ugly to get pregnant; The else The woman insulted her when the people who cared about her said Raw vs. Wade flipped are the “over-educated and unloved millennials who unfortunately return from protests to lonely microwave dinners with their cats, and no stutter matches”; People who don’t want to hear about a supposedly overgrown boy answer the phone calls from Donald Trump While “in the throes of passion”; People who think so suspectto ask for a pardon covering “from the beginning of time until today, for anything and everything,” as Trump’s White House counsel described it; People who thought January 6th wasn’t, in fact, something it should have been”proud“Who; and people who think it is alleged inappropriate.” Having sex with a minor and paying her to travel across state lines. Someone else who wants to tell a Florida congressman to shut down? former Mike Pence Foreman Mark Short. And on Monday night, he did!

During an appearance on CNN, host Short . asked Erin Burnett To respond to Gaetz’s claim at the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit that “Mike Pence will never be president” because he is “not a leader.” And if you were expecting DC compliments, or a guy not to provoke a federal investigation with a US representative into various alleged sex crimes, you expected wrong!

“I don’t know if Mike Pence will run for president in 2024, but I don’t think Matt Gaetz will have an impact on that,” Short told Burnett. “In fact, I’d be surprised if he still voted. He’s likely to be in jail for child sex trafficking by 2024. And I’m really surprised that Florida law enforcement still allows him to speak to teen conventions like that. So I’m not worried. very much about what Matt Gaetz thinks.”

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A Gates spokesperson responded to Short’s comments by Says The Hill “Mark can repeat the plots exposed on CNN, but no one can deny that the plunge on Pence was Gates’ best streak of applause for an epic speech.”


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