Smartly, Colin Ghost began by stating that the Florida House member “looks like a cartoonist to me”. But then the strikes started – and they lasted.
- “[Gaetz] He is said to be under investigation regarding an alleged sexual relationship with a minor girl, because Gates believes that only voters should show his ID. “
- “It is also said that Gaetz may have paid for sex with the women he met online. That story has since been confirmed by all of his feelings.”
- “Then Gates defended himself by issuing this very normal phrase – see if any of it sounds suspicious to you:“ Matt Gates never paid for sex. ”Matt Getz has never appeared on any of these sites. “Matt Gates cherishes the relationships in his past and looks forward to marrying the love of his life.” Here is my response statement: “Colin Ghost doesn’t believe you.” Colin Ghost thinks you’ve visited all the websites. And “Colin Ghost thinks you should delay sending these wedding invitations. . “
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Michael Chi then made two of Biden’s jokes, but when the camera came back to Ghost, there was a drawing on his shoulder of Gaetz and the QAnon logo.
“And if I can go back to Matt Gates for a minute…” he said, pausing to laugh. “Here’s the craziest part of this story for me: a congressman accused of child trafficking, and QAnon people suddenly saying,“ No, I need more evidence. ”This was yours. The whole thing! I mean, come on, think about it: Gaetz’s friend, allegedly was 17. The 17th letter is Q. It all adds up. ”
“What are you waiting for?” The storm has finally arrived, and “You can’t believe everything you read on the Internet,” Ghost continued.
The topic later turned into another toxic topic: Covid-19 – namely, vaccines that give hope to many.
“Fifteen million doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been delayed after the ingredients were mixed in the factory,” Ghost reported. With the arrival of a bottle of baby shampoo “No More Tears” on the screen, he added, “But the good news is that the shampoo you are using now may treat Covid.”
And just you thought you’d hear the latest news of a particular man from Florida in his “Weekend Update,” Ghost said: Pfizer also said its Covid vaccine is safe and effective for teens 12 to 15 years old. Matt Getz said, “Well, it’s a relief.”
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