[Ed. – Good grief. And Greenberg’s allegation about Gaetz — which was apparently shopped to the FBI via the media — is all they have in the way of evidence against Gaetz. I’m still not sure why this had to make a detour through the Robert Levinson case involving Iran, but this is weirdest show I’ve seen in a long time. It’s as if someone put Joaquin Phoenix in creepy clown makeup and had him reenact roles in Russigate in a Netflix series.]
Greenberg, a Florida tax collector in Seminole County, pleaded guilty this week to a series of crimes. The corporate media is reporting on his plea deal with prosecutors and the implications for firebrand Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz. But there’s something else you need to know, and the media don’t seem keen to tell people.
Count Twenty-Four, which Greenberg has pleaded guilty to, establishes that Greenberg is a malicious and habitual liar who uses web publications to make false, criminal allegations about his political adversaries.
On or about October 10, 2019, Greenberg used the United States Mail to send an anonymous letter that purported to be from a “concerned student.” … Greenberg, posing as a student at the school, falsely represented that he had first-hand knowledge of a sexual relationship between another fictitious student identified as “R” and the Teacher. Greenberg, posing as a student at the school, falsely represented that “R” admitted to engaging in oral and anal sex with the Teacher and that the incidents took place at the school. Greenberg, posing as a student at the school, signed the-letter “a very concerned student” at the school.”