This creepy Matt Gaetz tweet about age in Florida really didn't 'age well'

This creepy Matt Gaetz tweet about age in Florida really didn't 'age well'
Image via Gage Skidmore.

This Matt Gaetz scandal is probably a good thing for our country. If his head got any bigger, it might rip a hole in space-time.

As it is, things appear to be getting worse and worse for the flesh-toned Tootsie Pop.

He should probably be scrubbing his Twitter account in light of today's revelation that he's under investigation for an alleged sex-trafficking incident involving an underage girl, but if he is, he's obviously not using the right search terms, because this tweet is still available:


Here's a screen grab in case he does get around to pulling it down after clumsily trying to explain why he's standing naked in Chris Hansen's kitchen with a six-pack of Mike's Hard Lemonade:

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Uh, not the best optics there, Matt. Well, at least you weren't the lone member of Congress to vote against a sex trafficking bi …

Oh, shit.

Never mind.

P.S.: I kind of wanted to make the headline for this post "Big Head Clod Is a Monster," but I wasn't sure everyone would get the reference.

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