Matt Gaetz Paid Consulting Charge to Roger Stone’s Shady Tax Shelter as He Struggles to Comprise Intercourse Trafficking Scandal

Newly released campaign documents for Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) show the scandal-ridden congressman spent the last month in “total damage control mode,” reports the Daily Beast.

In particular, the documents show that Gaetz spent a lot of money on direct mail and television advertising to contain the consequences of revelations he is investigating by the FBI about possible involvement in the sex trade.

The Florida Republican has sought to increase public support in his panhandle district by covering the radio waves with advertisements urging voters to fight a “fake news cycle lasting several weeks” to investigate whether Gaetz is for Women paid for sex with more than one person, including one who was only 17 at the time.

The strangest issue of the Gaetz campaign, however, was a payment made to the infamous right-wing agent and convicted criminal Roger Stone.

“One issue in particular will raise eyebrows: Drake Ventures, the company owned by longtime GOP smear artist and Gaetz employee Roger Stone, is receiving a $ 5,000 fee for strategic policy advice,” the publication writes. “On Friday, the DOJ sued Stone and his wife, Nydia, because the couple owed millions in unpaid taxes and used Drake Ventures to protect more than $ 1 million.”

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