Matt Gaetz Threatens Us With A Good Time, Reportedly Offers To Resign To Defend Trump In Senate Trial

What a tool.

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Look, I had hopes, albeit mild ones, that the Republican party that’s been sycophantically complacent in Donald Trump’s cruelty and destruction would pull their collective heads out of their collective asses now that the reign of terror that was the Trump administration is no more. However, it’s not even been a month since packed his bags and begrudgingly headed out of the White House and already I’ve been smacked with the reality of how naive and ridiculous those hopes were.

The GOP is as corrupt and deranged as it has ever been, after serving under their “Dear Leader” for the past four years, and I don’t believe there’s any hope for saving them anymore. Frankly, the whole party just needs to be thrown away at this point. However, it looks like we may be in a bit of luck, as some of the trash is offering to take itself out.

Apparently, Trump sycophant supreme, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, has publicly offered to resign from his House seat to defend Donald Trump as an attorney in his second impeachment trial, after his hand in the violent insurrection at the Capitol building on January 6th.


Raheem Kassam, a right-wing “political activist” and Editor-in-Chief of The National Pulse, announced Gaetz’s offer on Twitter today.

“I would leave my House seat, I would leave my home,” the Florida GOP representative told former Trump advisor Steve Bannon during the segment, calling it “the greatest priority in my life.”

“I view this cancellation of the Trump presidency and the Trump movement as one of the major risks to my people,” Gaetz declared.

As you can imagine, Twitter was wholly behind this option for Matt:

Threaten us with a good time, Matt, we’ll be all too happy to take you up on it.

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