Matt Gaetz Opens Up About His Adopted Son, Gets Defended by an Unlikely Source

Matt Gaetz Opens Up About His Adopted Son, Gets Defended by an Unlikely Source

On Thursday, following a personal debate on race with Democrat Congressman Cedric Richmond, Matt Gaetz revealed that he took in a boy who emigrated from Cuba after his mother died at age 12. Gaetz considers the boy, Nestor, now 19, as his son.

 

Naturally, because Gaetz is a strong ally of President Trump, people derided Gaetz, saying how Nestor is being used as a prop to cover for his conservative immigration stances or how Gaetz has been “hiding” Nestor this whole time.

But an unlikely source defended Gaetz: former leftist Democrat Congresswoman Katie Hill.

 

We should give credit where it’s due, and learn from this that political differences don’t have to determine our humanity.

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