Why is Matt Gaetz so unlikable? There are so many ways. Let’s cover some of them:
Matt Gaetz has been a tool on civil rights, immigration, and human trafficking. Human trafficking!? Yeah, Matt Gaetz was the only person to vote against the Combating Human Trafficking in Commercial Vehicles Act. Why? He thought it was too much bureaucracy. What a tool.
“If anything, we should be abolishing a lot of the agencies at the federal level like the Department of Education, like the EPA and sending that power back to our state governments,” Gaetz said. HMM how about abolishing ICE? Matt isn’t in the least bit concerned for his secret son that he refers to as his ‘helper’?
Eager to get some anti-immigration legislation passed, Gaetz’s Pandemic Act was all about deporting illegal aliens during the pandemic. The same pandemic that he didn’t actually believe was real. Oh come on. Is this about all those refugees being held in camps at the border?
Then there is Gaetz’s NO PORK Act. Still feeling uncomfortable about all the spending on Coronavirus funding, Gaetz wants to slash the pork spent on assisting migrants and refugees and instead transfer the funding to Border protection and ICE (is that code for the wall?):
A BILL: To rescind the appropriation made for migration and refugee assistance in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act and redirect the funds to U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.Matt Gaetz anti-immigration bill
Are you convinced that Gaetz is a tool yet? If not, maybe consider this:
Seeking even more attention, Gaetz proved he was the ultimate tool by exposing Nestor the page/helper/son to the horrors of internet bullying. Poor Nestor will now suffer abuse for years, all because Gaetz needed to prove the point that people shouldn’t assume his kids are white.
When will this nightmare end?