Tucker Carlson may have to testify in this sex trafficking investigation involving a 17-year-old girl
Tucker Carlson may be in for some bad news.
Carlson now may be a witness in a high profile criminal probe.
And Tucker Carlson may have to testify in this sex trafficking investigation involving a 17-year-old girl.
Florida State Attorney for Palm Beach County Dave Aronberg appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss the fallout from Congressman Matt Gaetz’s bombshell interview with Tucker Carlson where Gaetz refuted the allegations he had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl and stated the charges stemmed from a scheme to blackmail his family out of $25 million.
In the interview, Gatez mentioned to Carlson that the charges were untrue because in the timeframe that was discussed in The New York Times story revealing the existence of the investigation, Gaetz said he went out to dinner with Carlson and his date was someone who was of age.
Mediate reported, “Gaetz brought up a dinner he and Carlson had once that included a friend of his who was ‘threatened by the FBI.’ Carlson said in response, ‘I don’t remember the woman you’re speaking of or the context at all, honestly.’”
Aronberg said Carlson may now be called as a witness in the case because Gaetz’s defense is that he never dated anyone underage and Carlson claimed not to remember an event Gaetz offered as proof of his innocence.
“He may have made Tucker Carlson a witness, because on his show he said, ‘Hey, you remember the woman I was with. She was over age,’ and he was like, ‘I don’t remember any of that.’ And so, that’s something that struck me,” Aronberg stated.
Gaetz also claimed that the Biden Justice Department was trying to frame him.
And the suspicious nature of the evidence-free allegations suggests there may be something to this.
But if there is a real investigation, Matt Gaetz may have just made Tucker Carlson into a witness.