Read more about the article Man Pleads Guilty In Attempt to Extort Gaetz’s Father; Rep. Gaetz Says It Proves His Innocence
United States Representative Matt Gaetz (Republican of Florida) questions United States Army General Mark A. Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and United States Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III during a House Armed Services Committee hearing on “Ending the U.S. Military Mission in Afghanistan” in the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, DC, Wednesday, September 29, 2021. Credit: Rod Lamkey / Pool via CNP

Man Pleads Guilty In Attempt to Extort Gaetz’s Father; Rep. Gaetz Says It Proves His Innocence

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A man from Florida has pleaded guilty in federal court to a single count of wire fraud in an attempt to extort $25 million from Rep. Matt Gaetz’s father, prosecutors…

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Mt. Sinai’s Long Beach Site Emergency Department Temporarily Closes Due to COVID-19 Jab Mandate-Related Staff Shortages

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The Mount Sinai South Nassau-operated Long Beach Emergency Department closed Monday afternoon due to staffing shortages caused by the state-issued COVID-19 jab mandate. After exhausting all options, the hospital was…

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Kyle Rittenhouse Breaks Silence, Shames Media: I support the BLM movement and peacefully demonstrating, I believe there’s a lot of prosecutorial misconduct, not just in my case but in other cases”

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Kyle Rittenhouse broke his silence in an interview with Tucker Carlson and the corporate media should be ashamed. It was always an odd thing to watch the media paint a…

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