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Florida Man Gets 5 YEARS Over Attempt to Extort $25 Million from Father of Rep. Matt Gaetz

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As The Gateway Pundit reported in March 2021The New York Times published a hit piece targeting popular Trump-supporter Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).  The NY Times said the Florida Congressman was under investigation for dating a 17-year-old girl.

The Gateway Pundit later spoke with a source close to Matt Gaetz who told us this NY Times report was completely false. Gaetz is not the target of the investigation.  We were also told none of the women he was seeing were underage.

It’s not a surprise the left went after Gaetz since he is such an effective communicator and a staunch Trump supporter.

Rep. Gaetz told Axios “the allegations were as searing as they are false.”

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Rep. Matt Gaetz later joined Tucker Carlson to discuss The New York Times hit piece.

Matt Gaetz UNLOADED on a former Justice Department official who was threatening his family.

Rep. Matt Gaetz: What is happening is extortion of me and my family involving a former Department of Justice official. On March 16th, my father got a text message demanding a meeting wherein a person demanded $25 million in exchange for making horrible sex trafficking allegations of me go away. Our family was so troubled by that we went to the local FBI and the FBI and the Department of Justice were so concerned about this, that they asked my dad to wear a wire. Which he did with the former Department of Justice official. Tonight I am demanding that the Department of Justice and the FBI release the audio recordings that were made under their supervision and at their direction which will prove my innocence. These allegations aren’t true and they were meant to bleed my family. This former Department of Justice official tomorrow was supposed to be contacted by my father so that specific instructions could be given regarding the wiring of $4.5 million as a down payment on this bribe. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that tonight somehow The New York Times is leaking this information, smearing me, and ruining the investigation.

Tucker Carlson: …First of all, who is this Department of Justice former employee who is trying to extort the money from you.

Rep. Gaetz: His name is David McGee… He currently works at the Beggs and Lane law firm.

The Gateway Pundit wrote Attorney David McGee regarding Rep. Gaetz’s accusations.
We did not hear back from McGee.

Later Rep. Gaetz’s office sent The Gateway Pundit this statement.

“Over the past several weeks my family and I have been victims of an organized criminal extortion involving a former DOJ official seeking $25 million while threatening to smear my name. We have been cooperating with federal authorities in this matter and my father has even been wearing a wire at the FBI’s direction to catch these criminals. The planted leak to the New York Times tonight was intended to thwart that investigation. No part of the allegations against me are true, and the people pushing these lies are targets of the ongoing extortion investigation. I demand the DOJ immediately release the tapes, made at their direction, which implicate their former colleague in crimes against me based on false allegations.” -Rep. Matt Gaetz

Matt Gaetz was right.

In August 2021 federal prosecutors accused Stephen Alford of trying to defraud US Rep. Matt Gaetz’s father Don Gaetz out of $25 million.

Stephen Alford, 62, pleaded guilty in an attempt to extort $25 million from Matt Gaetz’s father.

According to The Washington Examiner, the announcement by the Justice Department marks a turnaround as Alford initially entered a not guilty plea. A charge of tampering with evidence was tossed, according to Northwest Florida Daily News .

On Monday U.S. District Judge Casey Rodgers sentenced Stephen Alford, 62, to 63 months plus three years supervised release after he pleaded guilty last year to one count of wire fraud, according to federal court documents.

Matt Gaetz was right and The New York Times owes him an apology.





The Gateway Pundit

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