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."
This standing committee was established in 1813 by the House of Representatives and has since expanded its role from strictly judicial legislative matters to "the administration of justice in federal courts, administrative bodies, and law enforcement agencies. courts, law enforcement agencies."
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The Democrats have attacked everything except the facts and the law that show that the President has done nothing wrong.
Washington, D.C. — Today, in the House Judiciary Committee’s opening statements on “Articles of Impeachment Against President Donald J. Trump,” U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) outlined the Democrats’ evolution of impeachable offenses, from Russia collusion to bribery.
Rep. Gaetz pointed out that even the Democrats’ top witnesses couldn’t prove a crime: “Even their seemingly most anti-Trump witness, Lt. Col. Vindman, said ‘I was never involved in anything that I would consider bribery or extortion.’”
With no agenda, with no crime, and with no victim, the Democrats are pursuing an impeachment of the President that fails to meet their own standard.
Where I'm from, you stand behind your work. Adam Schiff should've shown up to present his own work.
When I compare the patriotism and bravery of my constituents with the savagery of Washington, DC right now, the contrast could not be more stark.
What’s dizzying is the evolving standard of impeachment from Democrats. They continue to move the goalposts.
“This impeachment process demonstrates the worst in us”
Washington, D.C. — Today, in the House Judiciary Committee hearing on impeachment, U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) criticized Democrats for rushing the impeachment process, while dragging their feet on legislative issues that resonate with the American people.
The Democrat attacks on the President fall into one of three categories. It's either hearsay, conjecture, or a substantive policy disagreement.
Washington, D.C. — Today, US Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) issued the following statement in response to Speaker Pelosi's recommendation to move forward with articles of impeachment:
“Maybe it’s a different President we should be impeaching…”