December 13, 2021

USA: A Longtime Camera Operator For CNN, ABC, NBC Was Arrested For Threatening To Kill Matt Gaetz And Family. Commie Dems Paid A Hit Man To Assassinate Him, DOJ REFUSED TO PROSECUTE!

The Post Millennial
written by Ari Hoffman
Tuesday October 26, 2021

A longtime camera operator for ABC, CNN, NBC, and other outlets was arrested last week for threatening to kill Rep Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and his family days after the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. Meanwhile, another man who recently threatened Rep. Gaetz is still on the streets after the Department of Justice blocked the US Capitol Police’s recommendation for arrest.

According to court documents, law enforcement arrested Eugene "Gene" Huelsman, 58, in the Los Angeles on an indictment returned in May by a federal grand jury in Pensacola, Florida.

According to Fox News, Huelsman has worked for decades as a camera operator for various films and television networks including ABC and CNN. He even received five Emmy nominations for his work on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
The National Pulse 10/28/21: Eugene “Gene” Huelsman, 57 – a professional cameraman for outlets such as CNN, Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O’Brien, and a plethora of Hollywood awards shows – has been caught on audio recording threatening to “f***ing kill [Congressman] Matt Gaetz.”

Huelsman has worked on Democratic Debates, World News Tonight with David Muir, Pod Save America. He also posts far-left support on his personal Facebook page.

More shockingly, Huelsman has also worked on Nickelodeon shows, such as the Kid’s Choice Awards. In the audio recording, he repeatedly threatens deadly violence against children.
The indictment does not mention Gaetz by name, but Federal prosecutors said that on January 9, Huelsman called the office a person named "MG" in the indictment and made threat.

According to the indictment, Huelsman allegedly said, "Tell (MG) to watch his back, tell him to watch his children… I'm coming for him… I'm gonna f---ing kill him... I'm gonna put a bullet in you and I'm gonna put a bullet in one of your f---ing kids too."

Gaetz told Politico that he was the intended target.

Last Wednesday, Gaetz, on the House floor, described threats made against him by another individual who threatened to kill him over Twitter and had traveled to Washington DC in order to do so.

"I think someone may be trying to kill me and if they are successful I would like my constituents and my family to know who stopped their arrest."

Gaetz claimed that the Department of Justice declined to arrest the individual even though the Capitol Police allegedly recommended doing so.

Gaetz told Politico that "…he believes his comments prompted the arrest, but that the case he described on the floor and the earlier episode mentioned in the indictment are not related."

"An indictment was issued in May, and has now been unsealed the week after my criticism. If they took our security seriously, they would arrest all of the people who violate federal law and the threats to kill us, not just some of them... I think that the Department of Justice is biased against Republicans."

Threats against members of Congress are typically prioritized ever since Republican Rep Steve Scalise of Louisiana was shot at a congressional baseball game practice by a supporter of Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont in 2017.

The Department of Justice through the FBI was quick to round up hundreds of people in the wake of the riot at the US Capitol, causing many pundits and lawmakers to ask why any investigation and arrest of alleged suspects in the threats against Gaetz took so long.

A spokesperson for the US Attorney's Office at a court hearing in Los Angeles on Friday said that Huelsman was released by a federal magistrate judge on a $20,000 bond and is scheduled to appear before a magistrate judge in Pensacola on Friday. The Daily Wire
written by Staff
October 20, 2021

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) claimed on the floor of the House of Representatives on Wednesday that President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice refused to arrest a man who allegedly threatened to kill Gaetz and who allegedly traveled to Washington, D.C.


REP. MATT GAETZ (R-FL): I thank the gentleman for yielding because I think someone may be trying to kill me. And if they are successful, I would like my constituents and my family to know who stopped their arrest. Madam Speaker, on October 8, 2021, a Twitter handle, styled, CIA Bob is at your door, tweeted to @RepMattGaetz, ‘Looky here, pal. I lived in Portland. Portland has ordered a hit on you. I accepted the contract. Have a good day.’ Following this tweet, this individual traveled to Washington, D.C., and the Capitol Police recommended his arrest. That’s information that was just shared with me by the investigations and threat assessment section of the Protective Services Bureau, and specifically, George [last name], and George shared with me that the Capitol Police recommended the arrest of this individual and that the Department of Justice refused to do so, declined to do so. And on the eve of the Attorney General testifying before the Judiciary Committee tomorrow, it is just yet another example of the Department of Justice having a double standard. If my name weren’t Gaetz, if it were Omar or Tlaib, you bet this person would have been arrested because that’s what the Capitol Police recommended. But the Department of Justice doesn’t seem to care so much when it’s Republicans.

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written by Katie Pavlich
September 1, 2021

Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz has been exonerated after 62-year-old Stephen Alford was recently indicted by the Department of Justice for extortion.

"Stephen M. Alford did knowingly and willfully devise, and intent to devise, a scheme to defraud and for obtaining money and property by means of material false and fraudulent pretenses, representations, and promises, and for the promise of executing such scheme, did cause, and attempt to cause, a wire communication to be transmitted in interstate commerce," the indictment states.
"The allegations of sexual misconduct against me are false," Gaetz told Axios at the time. "They are rooted in an extortion effort against my family for $25 million."
Shore News Network
written by Robert Walker
April 14, 2021

A CNN Technical Director, Charlie Chester admitted on camera that the network’s coverage of Matt Gaetz’s alleged sex trafficking scandal is Democrat party propaganda being shown on the network in order to damage Gaetz and the Republican party.

When asked, “Does CNN use propaganda?” Chester responded, “yah”.

“If the agenda say is like Matt Gaetz right now, a Republican, he’s a problem for the Democratic Party because he’s so conservative and he can cause a lot of hiccups in passing laws, so we’re going to keep running the stories to keep hurting him and make it so that it can’t be buried and like just settled outside of court and you know, if we keep pushing that, it’s helping CNN.”

“That’s propaganda, because it’s helping us (CNN) in some way,” the CNN director said.

The video was filmed by James O’keefe’s Project Veritas. Prior to the release of the videos by project Veritas, Chester’s LinkedIn profile claimed he, “played an integral part in the 2020 presidential elections.” That profile has since been taken down.
UPDATE 12/15/21: Added info below. UPDATE 12/15/21 at 8:22pm: Added info below.

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