Trump Official Brutally Threatens Matt Gaetz

by Jessica
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Florida’s political arena is becoming increasingly turbulent, with tensions flaring among key figures within the Republican Party. Roger Stone, a close associate of former President Donald Trump, took to Twitter to launch a scathing attack on Representative Matt Gaetz, cautioning him against supporting Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in his presidential ambitions.

The rift began when Gaetz rejected the assertion made by Trump adviser Bruce LeVell that DeSantis had dim prospects after challenging Trump for the Republican nomination. Gaetz staunchly defended DeSantis, firmly believing that DeSantis would return to Florida as a popular and successful governor with ample time to solidify his legacy in the state.

However, Stone accused Gaetz of inadvertently creating a political “monster” in DeSantis. He criticized Gaetz for his unwavering support of DeSantis, characterizing him as a “backstabbing weasel” and an “ingrate.” Stone further cautioned Gaetz that his own political future might be jeopardized if he continued to back DeSantis.

Gaetz’s support for DeSantis has been conspicuous, notably during the 2018 Florida gubernatorial campaign, where he played a pivotal role in securing Trump’s endorsement for DeSantis. Gaetz highlighted that Trump’s endorsement, which he actively facilitated, significantly boosted DeSantis’s poll numbers and played a decisive role in his victory over Adam Putnam.

Additionally, Gaetz emphasized his role as a coach during DeSantis’s debate performances, underscoring DeSantis’s unwavering loyalty to Trump as a central theme that contributed to his success.

“THIS IS NONSENSE,” REACTED GAETZ. “DESANTIS WILL RETURN TO FLORIDA AS A POPULAR, SUCCESSFUL GOVERNOR WITH TWO YEARS OF RUNWAY TO CEMENT A LEGACY OF ACCOMPLISHMENT IN AMERICA’S THIRD LARGEST (AND BEST) STATE.

“WRONG @MATTGAETZ,” WROTE STONE. “YOU CREATED THIS MONSTER WHO HAS PROVEN TO BE A BACKSTABBING WEASEL AND INGRATE. HE’S DONE AND IF YOU KEEP KISSING HIS ASS, SO ARE YOU.”

While Gaetz has officially endorsed Trump for president, he has previously expressed enthusiasm for the prospect of a Trump-DeSantis presidential ticket. The ongoing rivalry and divisions within the Republican Party in Florida mirror the broader political landscape, where various factions vie for influence and power.

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