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Some might call him “toxic,” but Rep. Matt Gaetz might just be “stronger than yesterday.”
The Florida congressman is requesting the House Judiciary Committee hold a hearing on court-ordered conservatorships, specifically referencing the #FreeBritney movement.
Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz is championing the international call to free pop singer Britney Spears of the conservatorship that has her father Jamie Spears controlling her money and much of her life.
Representatives Matt Gaetz and Jim Jordan used Britney Spears as an example in a letter sent Tuesday to House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler regarding conservatorships in the United States.
Jordan and Gaetz requested in the document that Nadler hold a hearing on court-ordered conservatorships.
A pair of House Republicans on the Judiciary Committee are demanding Democratic Chairman Jerry Nadler of New York hold hearings on unlawful conservatorships after celebrity pop star Britney Spears has remained trapped in an arrangement for more than a decade.
House Republicans Jim Jordan and Matt Gaetz are calling on the House Judiciary Committee to hold a hearing on conservatorships, pointing to Britney Spears’ high-profile conservatorship battle.
Tuesday on FBN’s “Mornings with Maria,” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) derided the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, touted by the Biden White House, and called it a “Trojan Horse” for socialism.
The Florida Republican lawmaker speculated inflation resulting from the massive government spending could be on the way.
Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., told Fox Business on Tuesday that the $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus package will act as a “Trojan horse” for socialism, and claimed it would put the U.S. dollar in “more jeopardy than it is today.”
U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) is implying that Democrats might already be phasing out “sleepy” Joe Biden from his own administration and handing Kamala Harris the keys to the White House because Joe would apparently rather bomb Syria than banter with the media.
An exclusive analysis from the White Coat Waste Project obtained by Campus Reform found that American colleges and universities are “ground zero” for taxpayer-funded human fetal tissue research projects. In Fiscal Year 2020, more than $50 million was funneled to higher education institutions for this purpose, according to the report.