Possibly planting evidence that Rep. Gates had a relationship with a young girl Media source Greenberg just pleaded guilty ……

The National Pulse reported on May 20 that Rep. Matt Gaetz’s (R-CA) one-time friend Joel Greenberg (R-CA) had just pleaded guilty to falsely accusing innocent people of having sex with minors. But now he’s about to do the same to Rep. Gaetz.

Greenberg, a Seminole County (Fla.) tax collector, pleaded guilty this week to a series of alleged crimes. The left media is reporting on the plea deal between Greenberg and prosecutors and how it affects Rep. Matt Gaetz. But there’s something else you need to know, and the media doesn’t seem keen to tell people about it.

One of the most troubling parts of Greenberg’s plea deal is that it promises Greenberg leniency if he provides information that leads to the arrest of another person, and right now, Biden’s Justice Department prosecutors, are eager to get Congressman Gates arrested.

Very badly, one of the counts to which Greenberg pleaded guilty suggests that Greenberg had made false, criminal accusations against his political opponents.

Court documents show that “the victim of count four, a teacher at a school located in the Middle District of Florida. On or about Oct. 4, 2019, the teacher filed a petition with the county supervisor of elections to run for the position of county tax collector in the 2020 election. “

Since the teacher filed to run for Greenberg’s official position, Greenberg began to fight back. Around Oct. 10, 2019, Greenberg sent an anonymous letter on behalf of a student, addressed to the head of the teacher’s school, according to court documents. The letter accused a student and the teacher of having an inappropriate relationship, a criminal felony, and falsely claimed he had first-hand evidence.

Greenberg’s false allegations led to a criminal investigation of the teacher by local law enforcement, which resulted in local law enforcement finding no, evidence that would support Greenberg’s false allegations.

The National Pulse believes that Greenberg has admitted that he made false allegations of sexual assault against other innocent people. And now the Justice Department’s future charges against Congressman Gates will be based on Greenberg’s confession. Now that Greenberg has been able to admit that the last sexual assault allegations were false, could future allegations against Congressman Gates be true?