Matt Gaetz posts article describing EXACTLY how he’s being extorted with PROOF

Matt Gaetz just dropped an article a few minutes ago that details exactly how he’s being extorted, with text messages and emails to back up his claims:

Here’s more from the DC Examiner’s article on this:

Rep. Matt Gaetz possesses text message screenshots, an email, and a typed document that purportedly support his claims that a federal investigation into his relationship with a 17-year-old is related to an extortion scheme against him.

The documents in Gaetz’s possession detail an alleged scheme that revolves around attempts by former Air Force intelligence officer Bob Kent and Beggs & Lane attorney David McGee, a former federal prosecutor, to free ex-FBI agent-turned-private investigator Robert Levinson from imprisonment in Iran.



Just to cut to the chase, Bob Kent sent Matt’s father, Don Gaetz, a text message ‘asking’ for his money and his son’s help to rescue Robert Levinson from Iran in exchange for his plan to make the underage sex trafficking investigation into Matt go away.

Kent and McGee wanted a ‘loan’ for $25 million from Don Gaetz to ‘pay’ for this rescue operation:

Despite the family members of Levinson saying in March 2020 that they presumed him to be dead based on information given by U.S. officials, the alleged message from Kent said he had located Levinson in Iran and has two “proof of life videos.” Kent also requested the Gaetz family’s help returning Levinson in exchange for giving Matt Gaetz credit for the operation and promising a presidential pardon for unnamed legal issues.

The next day, on March 17, Don Gaetz purportedly met with Kent, and Kent handed him a three-page document outlining “Project Homecoming.” That document detailed a plan to save Levinson at the cost of a $25 million loan.

In 1983, Don Gaetz co-founded VITAS Healthcare, and in 2004, he and his co-founders reportedly sold their stock in the company for $406 million.

In the Project Homecoming document, Kent then asked that the loan should be deposited in the trust account of Beggs & Land, naming David L. McGee, and deposited no later than March 19.

The Project Homecoming document given to Don Gaetz implies that Biden has knowledge of this plan to pardon Matt:

“In exchange for the funds being arranged, and upon the release of Mr. Levinson, the team that delivers Mr. Levinson to the President of The United States shall strongly advocate that President Biden issue a Presidential Pardon, or instruct the Department of Justice to terminate any and all investigations involving Congressman Gaetz,” the document reads.

It also implied that the White House has some knowledge of the plan: “The team has been assured by the President that he will strongly consider such matters because he considers the release of Robert Levinson a matter of National Urgency.” The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

That’s the meat of what’s happening. If you want more you can check out the DC Examiner’s article, which notes that McGee denies that any of this is true.

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