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Matt Gaetz: “I’m not gay!” BTW Nestor Is Not Really My Adopted Son But I’m Still His Daddy

Republican frat boy party animal Matt Gaetz took to Twitter to announce that “he is not gay” and while srill referring to 19-year-old Nestor Galban as his son stops short of saying he had formally adopted him.

In Geatz’s latest “Hot Takes” podcast, he describes how Galban is the brother of an “ex-girlfriend” of his and that “I sort of feel like a single step-parent at times” adding “I don’t have any biological children, but I absolutely have a boy son.”

Sure Jan.

Happy Daddy’s Day Matt!

Our relationship as a family is defined by our love for each other, not by any paperwork. He’s part of my family story, in every conceivable way, and I can’t imagine loving him any more if he was my own flesh and blood.”

Matt Gaetz – People Magazine.
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8 thoughts on “Matt Gaetz: “I’m not gay!” BTW Nestor Is Not Really My Adopted Son But I’m Still His Daddy”

  1. “I’m not gay! not that there’s anything wrong with that”……okay, but don’t tell your pal, VP Mike Pence. He might send yer boy, uhhh, son? to a school for young adults w special needs………

  2. that boy is something else, to have Matt introduce him publicly… interesting. Now who ever come out with the plan of introduce his boy as “son” and on twitter is not Matt’s friend, I wonder if the idea was from Trump? Possible

  3. It’s been my experience that people who are straight don’t spend a lot of time explaining that they are not gay.

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