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Any Member of Congress Who Condemns Madison Cawthorn’s Admission Is Compromised
Congressman Madison Cawthorn probably didn’t realize he was blowing the whistle on his fellow members of Capitol Hill when he did an interview last week. He was so casual in exposing what many of us have believed to be true for a long time that it seems likely he just assumed it wasn’t a huge deal. It was, and now he’s facing backlash from his peers.
For those who hadn’t heard, Cawthorn claimed that he was approached by a fellow member of Congress and invited to an orgy. He also claimed he has seen his fellow members, who are often so publicly opposed to illicit drugs doing bumps of cocaine in front of him. The untouchable political class is trying to bring him into their fold, and he didn’t take the bait.
As he stated:
‘The sexual perversion that goes on in Washington … being kind of a young guy in Washington where the average age is probably 60 or 70, I look at all these people – a lot of them who I’ve looked up to throughout my life … then all of a sudden you get invited to like, ‘well hey we’re going to have kind of a sexual get together at one of our homes. You should come,’ like, what did you just ask me to come to? And then you realize they’re asking you to come to an orgy.’
He continued to discuss the drug component:
‘There’s some of the people that are leading the movement to try and remove addiction in our country and then you watch them doing, you know, a key bump of cocaine in front of you and it’s like wow, this is wild.’
Perhaps he’s so young and naïve that he didn’t realize what was happening to him. They were trying to get blackmail material on him. That’s how the powers-that-be work. Go ahead and put on your tinfoil hat if you need to, but on the latest episode of The JD Rucker Political Report on America Out Loud Talk Radio, I discussed why I am certain many members of Congress and people up and down the political industry are compromised. We often assume they’re simply bribed, but that’s not good enough for those who want to control government.
They want the dirt, and they’ll manufacture it if they can’t find it as a preexisting condition for people in power.
But here’s the thing. People like House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy are attacking Cawthorn over his admission. Instead of attacking, they should be backing him up and trying to find out who all is complicit… unless THEY are the one’s complicity.
I’ll go ahead and say it. Anyone on Capitol Hill who condemns Cawthorn’s admission, including McCarthy, must be compromised by the powers-that-be. They need Cawthorn destroyed as an example of what happens when members or prospective members of the DC Country Club get out of line and expose the truth.
In the second segment, I revealed five “lifehacks” that every prepper needs to know. Segment three had me talking “briefly” (though I took the whole segment talking about it) about the Hunter Biden laptop and what it means now that Congressman Matt Gaetz has entered the contents of his hard drive into the Congressional Record.
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