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WATCH: Republican Congressman ASSAULTED In Broad Daylight By His Former Opponent

by J.C McCallum
WATCH: Republican Congressman ASSAULTED In Broad Daylight By His Former Opponent

Have you heard those stories of radical lefties assaulting conservatives overseas?

Well, it’s now happening in the states.

Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz (R) can attest.

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Here’s the woman who was arrested. She ran against Gaetz in 2016…

From Pensacola News Journal:

A Pensacola woman who ran for Rep. Matt Gaetz’s seat was arrested Saturday and charged with battery after she threw a drink at the congressman during his “Won’t Back Down” town hall.

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Kondrat’yev, 35, was one of several candidates running against Gaetz for Jeff Miller’s seat in 2016 before she withdrew from the race.

Gaetz responded to the incident:

Clearly it takes more than a drink to slow down our great team.

We are always thankful to the brave law enforcement officials who keep everyone safe at our events.

A liberal’s reaction:

You deserve more than a drink thrown at you punk!

Gaetz supports President Trump like few others in Congress.

What’s interesting is that Gaetz is considering leaving Florida to head across state lines to take down Democrat Senator Doug Jones – in Alabama.

This would be possible due to the Yellowhammer state’s “one-day residency requirement.”

Here’s the scoop…

From The Hill:

The rumor had been bouncing around the Capitol for weeks but took a more serious turn in recent days when Gaetz began privately discussing the idea with fellow lawmakers.

A GOP lawmaker noted, “He’s talking about running for Senate in Alabama. They have a one-day residency requirement there. POTUS would probably endorse him.

Sources close to Gaetz, 36, said that “people in Trump’s orbit” are personally encouraging the sophomore congressman to run for the Senate seat now held by freshman Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.). Those Trump allies are pointing to Alabama’s liberal requirement that people can run for the Senate so long as they are 30 years old and have been a resident for a minimum of one day.

Senator Gaetz has a nice ring to it for conservatives.

To see him leave one state for another would be nearly unprecedented, which makes it all the more interesting.

Stay tuned for more!

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