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Geatz blackmailer admits to the money part

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posted on Apr, 8 2021 @ 07:39 AM

originally posted by: tanstaafl

originally posted by: projectvxn
Any man in his 30s willing to do anything sexual with an underage person is a mentally broken predator. I'm 36 and find it less than ethical to be with anyone younger than 25.

And that is a totally arbitrary number you just pulled out of your arse.

What matters, in reality, is what is legal.

Once a young lady is of the age of consent under the law, it doesn't matter how old the guy is, 38, or 68, if the girl is into it, and she isn't coerced in any way, then it is legal. Creepy, yes, and his constituents deserve to know about it, but... it is still legal.

I agree.
The wider the age gap though, the less in common there is.
My wife was 16 and I was 19 when we started dating 30+ years ago and from a maturity perspective that's fairly equal.
My in laws had 13 years between them and had as much in common as a cat and a dog.

posted on Apr, 8 2021 @ 09:03 AM

originally posted by: Xcalibur254
That's the extent of the "blackmail." No claims that they would make anything disappear or anything like that. At least that's according to the accused.

His Dad released the extortion text messages and three page letter last week - I was thinking they could easilly be faked (same as the alleged digital payment records for underage escorts) but the partial confession of the extortionist makes it seem a lot more legit than the ex-DOJ guy's defence and they

It states 'I have a plan that will make his future legal and political problems go away...My partner will see to it Matt gets a Presidential Pardon thus alleviating all his legal issues.'

A copy of the text message and letter are here (pic 9 -11 for letter): sms and letter

In precis: in return for the $25m Gaetz would be on the rescue plane and handing the hostage over to the US Gov, the organisers of the rescue would then strongly advocate and lobby for Biden to grant a Pardon or instruct the DoJ to cancel any investigation into Gaetz. The team are assured Biden would grant a pardon as he deems the hostage release a matter of national urgency.

Absolutely crazy letter and facts seem a bit all over the place but this is one of the strangest news stories for decades.
edit on 8-4-2021 by bastion because: (no reason given)

EDIT: May have mistaken accused as Gaetz rather than accused extortionists.
edit on 8-4-2021 by bastion because: (no reason given)

posted on Apr, 8 2021 @ 11:32 AM
a reply to: bastion

Crazy doesn't begin to unwrap it.

There are 2 separate issues that need to retain focus: Gaetz possibly being a child sex perv, and extortion.

The presences of the latter may make you doubt the former, but its a serious allegation that needs vetting at this point.

posted on Apr, 9 2021 @ 05:39 PM

originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: Dalamax

It is fair to say I'm bias, but that bias is against both parties.

I'm not going after him purely because he's a republican... I think he should be removed if this is proven because he's clearly morally bankrupt if he thinks he can touch kids as a public figure.

I'm sure there are times I'm hypocritical, but I can't recall a time I've defended a politician for messing around with underage girls. What I do find hypocritical though is how people from both parties will go after politicians for sexual misconduct with adults, sometimes even consentual just extramarital, but defend their guy with fake news or "technically its legal". I didn't say the guy should go to jail,I said he shouldn't represent us. We all hold employees at place of work higher than the bar of legality.

I agree he is morally bankrupt. However I believe it’s a prerequisite for a politician to be easy on the moral ambiguities.

They should be held to higher standards then the average peeps. They get paid to represent and they should be the best and brightest.
They’re not though, worth what they’re paid, nor the best or brightest.

posted on Apr, 9 2021 @ 06:10 PM
a reply to: Dalamax

All of them, simply a mouthpiece. Puppets with enough charisma you don't notice the strings.

posted on Apr, 9 2021 @ 06:12 PM
a reply to: Dalamax

There are some that I think are morally sound.

Take Tulsi from the left, or Dan Crenshaw from the right, I don't question their intent.

But most politicians are morally bankrupt, and I don't mind seeing them burn at the alter of public opinion.

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