Congressman Gaetz has served on the House Judiciary Committee since the 115th Congress. His work defending President Trump on the House Judiciary Committee has earned him the title of "Absolute Warrior."
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Congressman Matt Gaetz questions FBI Director Christopher Wray on the FBI's knowledge of the COVID-19 origins after agents followed and questioned Wuhan lab whistleblower Dr. Li Meng-Yan.
(House Judiciary Committee, 06/10/2021)
"I'm hopeful that the Department of Justice will take the information that we learned yesterday and aggressively pursue antitrust litigation against companies like Google so we can get transparency into the processes that have been so unfair to conservatives."
Rep. Matt Gaetz said Thursday that he is "excited" that Democrats and Republicans appear to want to work together on pushing back against the nation's big technology companies and their hold on the United States when CEOs from Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon testified before Congress Wednesday.
Allowing our federal buildings and properties to be overrun by Antifa will not stop the violence. It would just inspire more violence.