Rep Matt Gaetz: The curious case of low-IQ Denver Rep Riggleman [VIDÉO].
Posted on 8.6.2022
Rep. Gaetz goes after failed RINO Denver Riggleman with low IQ.
Former Congressman Denver Riggleman, a native of Virginia, was elected to a single term and was later eliminated by his own voters. It’s an anti-Trump RINO who tried to arrest Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene for their commitment to the values of America First in a video. He demands that Gaetz and Greene be removed from the Republican Conference, while his own constituents have excluded him from this same body.
Riggleman, a reject and a loser, then applies to be a staffer (and is hired by the Democrats) for the Jan. 6 committee. Shortly after, he resigned from this post to go “to fight in Ukraine”. Seriously.
But he’s not going to Ukraine. Instead, he finds himself on CNN agreeing with Liz Cheney that the GOP is a “cult of personality.”
Riggleman told CNN that “the party has moved away from conservative principles and into this personality cult that Liz Cheney talks about. »
Representative Matt Gaetz addresses it all on the interesting case of Riggleman as a failed politician and failed individual in his podcast.
The full podcast, which proves Denver Riggleman’s “low IQ” and more, can be watched here.
Matt Gaetz is one of America’s most powerful voices first in Congress. The huge gap between him who could be seen as a successful example of what Republican politicians should be and Riggleman, who should be seen as a total failure by any party’s standards is rich. What’s even richer is that Riggleman’s unauthorized interview, where he apparently represented himself on behalf of the January 6 Committee on CNN, really upset the January 6 Committee.
As Rep. Gaetz says, “Denver Riggleman and the Jan. 6 Committee deserve each other.”