Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn has apparently set out to expose the truth about what goes on amongst the elites running the country out of D.C. – and it’s just as disturbing as you would expect.
Cawthorn, 26, claims that perverted members of Congress have invited him to join them in orgies. Others, he says, have snorted cocaine right in front of him with no fear of any repercussion.
“The sexual perversion that goes on in Washington. I mean, being kind of a young guy in Washington, where the average age is probably 60 or 70 — [you] look at all these people, a lot of them that I’ve looked up to through my life, I’ve always paid attention to politics,” Cawthorn said in an interview.
“Then all of a sudden you get invited: ‘We’re going to have a sexual get-together at one of our homes, you should come.’ ‘What did you just ask me to come to?’ And then you realize they’re asking you to come to an orgy,” he said.
Cawthorn, who is not your average establishment politician, added that he has even seen leading national anti-addiction officials do cocaine. “Some of the people leading on the movement to try and remove addiction in our country, and then you watch them do a key bump of cocaine right in front of you,” Cawthorn said. “And it’s like, this is wild.”
Cawthorn interviewed with Jon Lovell of the “Warrior Poet Society” podcast where he was asked if Washington resembles the Netflix series “House of Cards,” which was a story of major corruption among politicians.
“I heard a former president that we had in the ’90s was asked a question about this,” Cawthorn said. “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 is referencing Bill Clinton, who back in 2015 reportedly said to Kevin Spacey, the star of the show, that “99 percent of what you do on that show is real.”
As punishment for speaking up about what goes on amongst the D.C. elites, Cawthorn is facing heat from fellow lawmakers – even from within his own party.
Rep. Steve Womack and other Republicans complained in a meeting that they were being “grilled” by the media about the claims which has led to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy saying he “wants a word” with Cawthorn.
According to the Hill, Cawthorn’s colleagues are also challenging him to name names.
“Womack said many of his colleagues weren’t exactly wild, hitting the sack at 9 p.m. and still using fax machines and flip phones, the outlet said,” the New York Post reported.
At no point, however, did Cawthorn say it was only Republicans inviting him to partake in these vile acts.