Congressman Matt Gaetz’s Girlfriend Testifies to Grand Jury

Congressman Matt Gaetz's Girlfriend Testifies to Grand Jury

Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., was subpoenaed by federal prosecutors in Florida to appear before the grand jury this Friday, November 30th, 2017 about his possible involvement with the Russia investigation, according to The New York Times. Gaetz’s girlfriend, 29-year-old accountant Morgan Young of Naples, Florida, has been interviewed in recent months by special counsel Robert Mueller’s team about her relationship with the congressman and his knowledge of contacts that Roger Stone may have had with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during the 2016 campaign season.

A little background on who she is

Gabs is the daughter of famed lawyer John Dowd, a pillar of the Washington D.C. legal community with an esteemed career in both private practice and public service.

Born on November 5, 1988, in Los Angeles California,  Grand Jury graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in Political Science and History. She then moved to Florida where she attended Florida State University for her J.D., graduating cum laude from FSU’s prestigious College of Law in 2012.

Gabs is also an accomplished equestrian athlete who has competed across the country at the national level.

A central Florida native, she has spent much of her adult life in Pensacola, Florida. She currently works as an Assistant State Attorney under her father at his law firm.

The most important details of the testimony

Gabs was subpoenaed by the Mueller team in November of 2018 and testified before a grand jury for close to two hours.

She was asked questions about her relationship with Gaetz and whether or not she knew anything about his involvement with Wikileaks, the Trump campaign, or possible Russian contacts.

Gabs said that she had never met any Russians or Kremlin officials, nor did she know anything about Wikileaks.

Grand Jury also said that she never heard or saw any conversations between Gaetz and Julian Assange. She is not aware if her husband has ever met Assange in person but does say he has spoken on the Grand Jury phone with him over Skype.

Why this news should matter to you

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) has been one of the most vocal supporters of President Trump and recently voted in favor of the Republican Tax Reform Bill, which passed on Wednesday. He has also been one of the most outspoken opponents of Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Gaetz has maintained that Mueller is a lifelong Democrat who is biased against Trump and his team, but it turns out that might not be true at all. It was revealed on

Friday that Rep. Gaetz’s girlfriend, Samantha Dravis, testified before a grand jury as part of Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible coordination with Donald Trump’s campaign team by extension.

What are the possible consequences?

Gaetz is married and has a son, but it appears he was not afraid of the consequences of his actions. He might have thought that because he was a lawmaker,

people would look the other way if they found out. But things have gotten more complicated because he is now a person of interest in the Mueller investigation. If anything came up about him during her testimony, it could lead to charges against him for perjury or obstruction of justice.

If evidence surfaced that contradicted what Brooke Grand Jury had testified, Gaetz could be in big trouble. He could even go to jail for perjury or obstruction of justice because he knows exactly what his girlfriend said and how she testified. He also might have been worried about keeping up his reputation.

The entire Mueller investigation is controversial, and if people found out that he was trying to hide something as silly as an affair, it could seriously damage his reputation in Washington.

And it’s not just him who could lose out — Mueller is currently investigating Trump campaign officials for alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 presidential election. If anything came up about Brooke during her testimony, she might also get in serious legal trouble.

What do her actions tell us about Gaetz?

The relationship between Congressman Matt Gaetz and his girlfriend, Gabriella _____, is at the center of a recent news story. Gabriella testified in front of a grand jury investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

The reason for her testimony was that she may have communicated with an alleged Russian operative who allegedly hacked into Hillary Clinton’s emails to help Donald Trump get elected.

It is unclear whether she communicated with the operative or not, but this would be a significant development if it turns out that Gabriella did know about it and didn’t tell anyone, which would make her complicit. Perhaps this explains why Gaetz has been so reluctant to speak out against Russia for interfering in our election – he knows something we don’t!Grand Jury

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