Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz dropped quite the biblical one-liner during a Tuesday interview on Fox News.
“Two things that I wold instruct the American people to pay special attention to when they read the memo, and I hope within the next couple of weeks: first, look at how information was authenticated,” Gaetz stated. “It’s very important in any type of a FISA or court environment not to prosecute a fraud on the court, and so the way the information was authenticated should be a specific area of focus.”
“Second thing,” he continued. “We’ve got to take this memo and overlay it with the five months of missing text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, I mean these two were texting back and forth to each other more than a high school cheerleading team, but somehow there’s a five month black hole, thats going to be an appropriate context when we’ve got the memo and that five-month hole and we can compare them side-by-side, Harris.”
“Alright, let’s talk a little bit, when did those text messages go missing, do we know?” asked host Harris Faulkner.
“Well it’s very interesting that that seems to be a factual dispute,” Gaetz responded again. “Theres’ a December 13th letter from Mr. Horowitz, the inspector general of the FBI to Senator Ron Johnson saying ‘I have all the text messages through the month of June,’ and then only after that do we hear from the FBI that there’s a five month black hole in those text messages so we’ve got conflicting information. Today I’ll be sending a demand with several of my colleagues to the FBI to find out where the phones are, what system in=operability were they saying malfunctioned what was the upgrade that they say caused this snafu?”
“Because, it would be the greatest coincidence since the immaculate conception that it just happened to be the case that right after Obama sics the intelligence community on Trump, the text messages go dark, and they only reappear the day that Robert Mueller is hired to investigate the president. Come on, the American people won’t believe that’s a coincidence, and I don’t believe it either.”