Politicians Rush To Discredit Cawthorn After His Wildly Telling Interview Goes Viral
North Carolina Madison David Cawthorn's allegations resulted in House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and House Minority, along with several members of the Republican party, turning their backs on the Congressmen after he alleged they live a life of sex and drugs in DC.
McCarthy also said that when pressed, Cawthorn basically admitted he either exaggerated or made up the allegations. "He did not tell the truth. That's unacceptable," said McCarthy."I'm very disappointed. I told him he's lost my trust,"
McCarthy said after the meeting, according to CNN's Melanie Zanona. "He's lost my trust. He's going to have to earn it back."
Considering the source, use your best judgment there. Cawthorn did not name names but claims that Washington politicians are an 'eye's wide shut' bunch:
“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 on Thursday, the New York Post reported.
“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 says it's the very people who claim to be against addition that we should all watch out for. “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.”
In an interview with John Lovell on the “Warrior Poet Society” podcast last week, Cawthorn was asked if Washington resembles the former Netflix series “House of Cards,” which showed rampant corruption.
“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 appears to be quoting from a 2015 Gotham magazine interview with Kevin Spacey in which Spacey, the star of House of Cards, said Bill Clinton told him ’99 percent of what you do on that show is real.’ The 1 percent that he got wrong? ‘[Y]ou could never get an education bill passed that fast,'” Mediaite reported.
Before discrediting the young Congressman, I would like to add a note that the unlived Jeffery Epstein had "friends" in Washington that rode on his filthy sex trafficking plane, regularly. Clinton was just one.