“It’s a disgrace that Andrew McCabe isn’t going to be behind bars,” Rep. Gaetz posted on Twitter. “We can’t live in a world where an old FBI business card doubles as a ‘get out of jail free card’ when people break the law.”
At which point irony leapt from the 8th story window, one flight of stairs for each estimated DUI arrest Gaetz has obtained in his lifetime.
Matt Gaetz lives in the real world and believes in real world justice. He wants to return to a time when an old FBI business card did one no good at all. Back then, it took far more. One had to have a real rich daddy call the police and offer very nice favors to all involved to get someone out of possible jail. Them were the days.
Maybe his daddy bought his way out of jail like yours did? pic.twitter.com/eif1wJDe7a
— Rick randall-uhrig (@RandallUhrig) February 15, 2020
See, no one is really sure how many DUIs Gaetz has had, or how many he should have, or will have in the future, because to know the answer to such a question, one must have had someone counting all along. Since there seem to have been quite a few that weren’t “counted,” it is tough to get a handle on.
Gaetz ought to be a little more circumspect in criticizing law enforcement nowadays. When you hang out with criminal elements, you get a “reputation,” you know?
— Daniel Uhlfelder (@DWUhlfelderLaw) February 15, 2020
Yeah, he might want to exercise some caution here. Then again, had Matt been known for his caution, he might not have been arrested for all those DUIs in the first place, nor would he have stormed the SCIF face first only to have the Schiff kicked out of him.
Besides, Republicans need to STFU about “law-abiding” this and that anyway.
— Andrew Roslak (@beavis617) February 15, 2020
ah, yes, tell me more about being behind bars pic.twitter.com/fKYGiQPM8O
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) February 15, 2020
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