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Matt Gaetz Roasted To A Crisp After Whining On Twitter That He's A Victim Of The 'Deep State'

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Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz of Florida, the subject of a sex trafficking investigation by the Department of Justice, took to Twitter on April 10 to portray himself as a man who has been "canceled" and is "wanted" by the "Deep State."

Gaetz's critics on Twitter immediately spoke up, making it clear just how ridiculous his tweet was.



Gaetz, who is being investigated for sex crimes, is not the victim of "cancel culture."

Also, the "Deep State" isn't even real.



Many pointed out how little Gaetz actually has in common with the "millions of Americans" he claims to represent.



Gaetz's tweet continues the trend of Republicans blaming "cancel culture" after facing consequences for their actions from any source.



Gaetz allegedly used Venmo to send payments to a sex trafficker so he could travel over state lines to have sex with a minor.

After reports broke of his actions, he is now casting himself as a martyr for the conservative cause.


Matt Gaetz needs some serious lessons on what it means to be "canceled" and why being investigated for sex trafficking does not make you a victim.