Lawmakers Invited Me To Sexual Orgy, Did Cocaine In Front Of Me – US Elites Exposed By Madison Cawthorn

    The Republican representative, Madison Cawthorn has exposed US elites with his stories about encounters he has had since arriving in Washington. One of these stories comprised of lawmakers inviting him to a sexual orgy. He also added that they did cocaine in front of him.

    Lawmakers Invited Me To Sexual Orgy, Did Cocaine In Front Of Me - US Elites Exposed By Madison Cawthorn

    Representative Madison Cawthorn, a Republican from North Carolina, revealed in a recent interview that officials in Washington, DC, whom he “looked up to” asked him to a “orgy” and used cocaine in front of him.

    Cawthorn, 26, is a freshman representative and the youngest member of the House of Representatives. Throughout his time representing the citizens of North Carolina, he has been chastised by both Democrats and Republicans for a few of his contentious opinions. During an appearance with Warrior Poet Society host John Lovell on Thursday, the ardent fan of former President Donald Trump made the comments regarding the “orgy” and drug usage.

    Lovell inquired about the congressman’s thoughts on the acclaimed Netflix series House of Cards, which aired for six seasons from 2013 to 2018 and featured Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. The fictional drama followed a corrupted politician and his spouse as they coerced and scraped their way to increasing levels of authority in the nation’s capital. Lovell questioned him about if the program is an accurate depiction of DC’s operations.

    “I heard a former president that we had in the ’90s was asked a question about this. And he gave an answer that I thought was so true. He said that the only thing not accurate in that show—that you could never get a piece of legislation about education passed that quickly,” Cawthorn responded.

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    Republican Representative Madison Cawthorn, of North Carolina, said that he’s been invited to an orgy and observed cocaine use in Washington, D.C. since he was elected to Congress. Above, Cawthorn speaks during a press conference in front of the U.S. Capitol on November 1, 2021 in Washington, DC.PETE MAROVICH/GETTY IMAGES

    The Republican representative went on to tell stories about encounters he has had since arriving in Washington.

    “The sexual perversion that goes on in Washington, I mean, being kind of a young guy in Washington, average age is probably 60 or 70,” Cawthorn said, “I look at a lot of these people, a lot of them that I’ve looked up to through my life—I’ve always paid attention to politics—then all of a sudden you get invited to, ‘Oh hey we’re going to have a sexual get together at one of our homes, you should come.'”

    Cawthorn immediately responded with a horrified expression, adding, “‘What did you just ask me to come to?’ And then you realize they’re asking you to come to an orgy.”  “Some of the people who are leading on the movement to try and remove addiction in our county” had taken “a key bump of cocaine” directly in front of him, according to the Republican lawmaker.

    The North Carolina representative did not identify any of the people involved in the interactions, nor did he say whether they were with elected members of Congress or other DC officials and aides. For more information, Newsweek contacted Cawthorn’s press secretary, but did not receive a response right away.

    Cawthorn’s mention of a past president discussing House of Cards seems to be a reference to a 2015 interview Spacey gave to Gotham Magazine. At the time, the actor said that he and former President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, were buddies and that they had played poker together. Clinton informed Spacey that the show was mostly authentic and that he appreciated it.

    “Kevin, 99 percent of what you do on that show is real. The 1 percent you get wrong is you could never get an education bill passed that fast,” Clinton told Spacey, according to the actor’s comments to the magazine.

    Cawthorn has received a lot of criticism for comments he made against Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Ukrainian administration. He labeled Zelensky a “thug” and his administration “incredibly evil” at a rally in North Carolina earlier in the month, just after Russian President Vladimir Putin commenced a complete special military operation on the country.

    Cawthorn has been branded a part of the “Putin wing of the GOP.” by Wyoming Republican Representative Liz Cheney. Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger chastised him for “echoing Putin propaganda.”

    Cawthorn was “wrong.” according to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican.

    On March 18, he declared, “Madison is wrong,” “If there’s any thug in this world it’s [Vladimir] Putin.” He also told journalists that he had discussed the contentious statements with the Republican lawmaker.

    Cawthorn took to Twitter when footage of his words about Ukraine went viral, and he harshly denounced Putin and Russia’s operation. At the time, his press secretary, Luke Ball, told Newsweek that the representative “supports Ukraine and the Ukrainian president’s efforts to defend their country against Russian aggression, but does not want America drawn into another conflict through emotional manipulation.”

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    3 COMMENTS

    1. It could not get worse than being broke and having Nancy Pelosi and Lindsay Graham AND Chuck Schumer naked and crawling all over me. I would have to be a prisoner like some of the others to be detained there for even a moment.

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