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WATCH: Matt Gaetz “Will Be In Prison For Child Sex Trafficking” Predicts Mike Pence’s Chief Of Staff

WATCH: Matt Gaetz “Will Be In Prison For Child Sex Trafficking” Predicts Mike Pence’s Chief Of Staff

If there’s going to be a rift between the Trump wing of the Republican Party, and the Pence sliver of the same, Matt Gaetz is going to make sure everyone knows whose side he’s on — as if his desperate clinging to the former president’s coattails was possible to miss. Well, despite Trump’s takeover of the GOP, Pence does have the advantage of an actual lifetime career in the party, and some support from those few who didn’t get caught up in Trump’s whirlwind, and one of those, his Chief of Staff from his VP days, Marc Short, spoke up.

WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 02: U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and his chief of staff Mark Short confer during a meeting with the White House Coronavirus Task Force and pharmaceutical executives in Cabinet Room of the White House on March 2, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Matt Gaetz was busy at Turning Point USA’s Student Access Summit, making sure he spouted things controversial and inappropriate enough to earn a few headlines — like declaring that pro-choice women don’t get pregnant anyway because, according to him, they all “look like a thumb.”

Amid this, he reacted to recent rumors of Mike Pence planning a presidential campaign, declaring that Pence “will never be president” because while he’s a “nice guy” he is “not a leader.”

This carries echoes of Trump’s attacks on Pence on January 6th 2021, when he tweeted out declarations of the then-VP’s alleged cowardice in refusing to help him fight the election outcome.

Marc Short, who served as Pence’s Chief of Staff during his Vice Presidential term, had an answer to this. He says that Gaetz’s views aren’t really relevant and he shouldn’t be allowed to speak to young crowds, but that he expects the Florida Representative to be locked up for child sex trafficking.

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“I don’t know if Mike Pence will run for president in 2024, but I don’t think Matt Gaetz will have an impact…I’d be surprised if he was still voting. It’s more likely he’ll be in prison for child sex trafficking by 2024, and I’m actually surprised that Florida law enforcement still allows him to speak to teenage conferences like that.”

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