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Matt Gaetz receives high praise from Osama bin Laden’s niece in deeply unsettling interview

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Matt Gaetz recently announced he’s running for re-election and he just got a glowing endorsement of sorts from none other than Osama bin Laden’s niece.Noor bin Ladin went on Steve Bannon’s podcast this week to praise the anti-LGBTQ congressman, as well as Rep.

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Sen. Ron Johnson, for defending the MAGA militia that stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.In the interview, bin Ladin, a QAnoner who endorsed Donald Trump in 2020 by saying he was the only person who could prevent another 9/11, called the January 6 rioters “patriots that are being smeared and crushed by the media, by the Department of Justice.”Related: Ivanka testified before the Jan.

6 committee yesterday and it sure sounds like some tea was spilledShe also accused the Department of Justice of silencing all forms of dissent against the Biden administration, which she referred to as “the regime”, and accused the U.S.

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