Freedom4um

Status: Not Logged In; Sign In

Pious Perverts
See other Pious Perverts Articles

Title: Congressman Who Claimed DC Elites Invited Him to Orgies Will Face Dressing Down
Source: [None]
URL Source: https://www.infowars.com/posts/cong ... rgies-will-face-dressing-down/
Published: Mar 30, 2022
Author: Paul Joseph Watson
Post Date: 2022-03-30 10:07:30 by Ada
Keywords: None
Views: 62
Comments: 2

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy "wants a word" with Rep. Cawthorn.

Republican Congressman Madison Cawthorn is set to receive a dressing down from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy after he claimed on a podcast that DC elites invited him to sex orgies.

As we highlighted yesterday, Cawthorn made the astounding comments during the Warrior Poet Society podcast when he agreed with the host that House of Cards was more like a documentary than a work of fiction.

“I 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. Then all of the sudden you get invited to: ‘Well hey we’re going to have kind of a sexual get together at one of our homes, you should come,” said Cawthorn.

“I’m like: ‘What did you just ask me to come to?” he continued. “Then you realize they are asking you to come to an orgy.”

Cawthorn also revealed that he saw lawmakers involved in anti-addiction campaigns sniffing coke.

For the sin of speaking about Eyes Wide Shut-style elitist orgies, Cawthorn will now face heat from within his own party.

After Rep. Steve Womack and other Republicans complained in a meeting that they were being “grilled” by the media about the claims, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said he “wants a word” with Rep. Cawthorn.

According to the Hill, Cawthorn’s colleagues are 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,” reports the New York Post.

“He criticized Cawthorn — who was not at the meeting — for lumping everyone together with his accusations of craven behavior, reports said.”

The fact that some Republican lawmakers don’t attend such parties doesn’t constitute proof that they are not happening and there is no apparent benefit to Cawthorn in making up the claims.

Indeed, during his comments, Cawthorn didn’t specifically say it was only Republicans who were inviting him to the orgies.

The notion of powerful politicians attending sordid sex and drug parties is hardly a wild conspiracy theory, in fact it’s an open secret.

Expensive sex clubs where the rich and famous go to engage in utter debauchery exist in virtually every major city in the west, so why similar activity wouldn’t take place at private homes is anyone’s guess.

The entire Jeffrey Epstein scandal was also predicated around girls being sex trafficked for the enjoyment of the wealthy political class.

Post Comment   Private Reply   Ignore Thread  


TopPage UpFull ThreadPage DownBottom/Latest

#1. To: Ada (#0)

If it is the truth tough shit, if it a lie, he needs his ass kicked so hard in lands back in North Carolina, that is where he is from.

Darkwing  posted on  2022-03-30   13:04:30 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Ada, All (#0)

God, faith and support for Israel at Chabad breakfast on Capitol Hill

‘A lot of people think this country’s about separating church or religion from government. I say no,’ Sen. Cory Booker remarked

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks at Chabad's Living Legacy conference in Washington, D.C., on March 30, 2022.

By Marc Rod

March 31, 2022

A parade of lawmakers sounded off on issues from the separation of church and state to the Iran deal at a Chabad breakfast event on Wednesday on Capitol Hill.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY); Sens. Cory Booker (D-NJ), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Roy Blunt (R-MO), Rick Scott (R-FL), Dan Sullivan (R-AK), Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Ted Cruz (R-TX); House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) and Reps. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), Michelle Steel (R-CA), Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN), Claudia Tenney (R-NY), Dusty Johnson (R-SD), Madison Cawthorn (R-NC), Lee Zeldin (R-NY) and Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) all delivered remarks. Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY) attended, but left before he was able to speak at the event, which marked the 120th birthday of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson. It kicked off a day-long conference that American Friends of Lubavitch (Chabad) hosts every couple of years.

In his remarks, Booker argued for a role for religion in governance.

“A lot of people think this country’s about separating church or religion from government. I say no,” Booker remarked. “I say this is a time more than ever that we need our faithfulness. We need to understand that God has a calling for us. And if we do that I promise you we will heal. We will have a better day not just for America but for the whole world.”

Booker, who described himself as an “unofficial shaliach to the goyim,” said he studies Torah “every Friday morning” and is “in love with” it.

“It has made me a better person,” Booker said. “Unlike the other two Abrahamic faiths, [Judaism] is not trying to convert me. What it’s really trying to do is heal the world.” He added, “I am here today because Jewish Americans [in the civil rights era] saw the injustice and could not sit still and joined the cause.”

Hoyer emphasized that America is “one nation under God,” adding that “we believe that [unalienable rights] are not gifts of the state, not gifts of the Constitution, not gifts of a majority of our people, but the gift of God, endowed by our Creator.”

Schumer discussed his own family history — his grandfather was a well-known rabbi, and many of his relatives were killed in the Holocaust.

“When people ask me why I’m for the State of Israel… I say, ‘I’d have a lot more uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews if there was a State of Israel back then,” he said. He also touted recent legislative accomplishments, including the passage of funding for Israel’s Iron Dome missile-defense system and legislation bolstering the Abraham Accords, and said that he pushed to eliminate family size limits on the Child Tax Credit in response to concerns from a New York rabbi.

Cruz, whose state was the location of the Congregation Beth Israel hostage standoff earlier this year, decried the antisemitic ideas espoused by the hostage-taker.

“It says something about the perniciousness of antisemitic lies that he believed the first synagogue he encountered was responsible and had the ability to control what’s happening,” he said, referring to the attacker’s demand that the synagogue help facilitate the release of an imprisoned convicted terrorist.

Klobuchar praised Secretary of State Tony Blinken’s participation earlier this week in the “Negev Summit,” which she called a “historic meeting,” adding that the recent terrorist attacks in Israel are an example of “why so many of our colleagues and myself that are here [have] strong support for Iron Dome and strong support for American aid.”

She also touted the passage of a bill she championed to help nonprofits upgrade their energy infrastructure as part of the bipartisan infrastructure package last year.

Sullivan urged the audience to speak up about the Iranian threat with a new Iran nuclear deal potentially on the horizon.

“Moving into another [deal]… I think it would be a disaster. Your voice is going to need to be strong and loud and clear on this,” he said. “But we need to support Israel, especially during these troubling times. And we don’t need to be empowering the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.”

Tenney spoke at length about Schneerson.

“I think Rabbi Schneerson’s legacy is going to be a guiding tool for us,” she said. “So now more than ever I think it’s important that Americans of faith — all faiths — can benefit and also come together from Rabbi Schneerson’s great mission for us and make the world a better place of course.”

Zeldin encouraged all members of Congress to visit Crown Heights, the Brooklyn neighborhood that is the headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, and the Rebbe’s burial site in Queens.

“Every member of Congress passes through New York City. It’s not that hard to go visit this amazing, everlasting site for wisdom and guidance in our lives and our purpose here in Washington, D.C.,” Zeldin said.

Johnson praised Rabbi Mendel Alperowitz, who relocated to South Dakota in 2017 to become the first full-time rabbi in the state in decades and set up a Chabad in the only U.S. state at the time without one.

“Can you imagine being one of the 500 Jewish people in South Dakota and not having a rabbi decade after decade after decade,” he said. “Not just the Jewish community, but South Dakota came alive because of the rabbi.”

Throughout the event, lawmakers emphasized their support for Israel, the Nonprofit Security Grant Program that protects Jewish institutions in the United States [[[is he talking about the fact that Jewish institutions receive 94% of the Department of Homeland Security Grants???]]] and the Jewish community in Ukraine. The chief rabbi of Kyiv was in the audience at the breakfast.

“I am asked from time to time how much are you going to give to Ukraine,” Hoyer said, addressing the rabbi during his remarks. “Rabbi, I tell them, ‘All you need.’”

***Cawthorn was perhaps a surprising invite for Chabad, given that has said that he has attempted to convert Jews to Christianity and appeared to speak positively about Adolf Hitler during a visit to the Nazi leader’s mountain retreat.

The North Carolina congressman is also currently persona non grata among some fellow Republicans over recent claims that they have used drugs and have invited him to orgies.

“It is my honor to be among you today, it is my honor to get to learn about the Lubavitcher Rebbe,” Cawthorn said during his remarks, also referencing the story of Queen Esther. “The Jewish community has faced so much persecution throughout all history here in America, in the nation of Israel, all across the world… I realize that it is the duty of America to help provide assistance and protection to the nation of Israel because *** I truly believe that you are the chosen people of God.”

jewishinsider.com/2022/03...reakfast-on-capitol-hill/

WHAT THE HELL??? He's on board with these satan-worshiping freaks running this country and the world into the ground???

Here's a little something you need to know about the Reeb, who the Joos think of as their Messiah...it's been many years and he hasn't risen from the ground yet, but who knows, maybe they have him cloned somewhere:

Public Law 102-14 honors anti-Gentile Rabbi...

stopnoahidelaw.blogspot.c...-honors-anti-gentile.html

The Reeb was on board with killing all the Christians and non-joos who wouldn't bow down to them, and the joos, as you know, have passed a law to do just that. [ www.spingola.com/Dannemeyer.html ]

Dang there are a lot of traitors in the district of criminals. No wonder they wanted to do away with lynching.

=====================

been reading a long article and watching a video about these imposters.

KHAZAR – ZIONISM – TALMUDIC JEWS

...Jews are Khazars [[[from Ukraine]]] and Not Israelites

...The Synagogue Of Satan Exposed The Khazars, King Bulan, Judaism, Talmud Lovers Pt6

stopnoahidelaw.blogspot.c...-honors-anti-gentile.html

Someone needs to take that boy out to the woodshed...to read that article and watch the vid.

"...as long as there..remain active enemies of the Christian church, we may hope to become Master of the World...the future Jewish King will never reign in the world before Christianity is overthrown - B'nai B'rith speech http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/luther.htm / http://bible.cc/psalms/83-4.htm

AllTheKings'HorsesWontDoIt  posted on  2022-04-05   12:48:39 ET  (1 image) Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


TopPage UpFull ThreadPage DownBottom/Latest