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(Politico)   For all their grandstanding over KBJ's child porn sentencing trends, I'm sure the GQP has something to say when an RNC staffer gets 12 years for the same offense, right? Just crickets? Hmmm   (politico.com) divider line
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2022-04-08 11:26:27 AM  
Hypocrites, all the way down.

/Every accusation...
 
2022-04-08 11:59:36 AM  

desertfool: Hypocrites, all the way down.

/Every accusation.


I'd say, more like projection.

FTA: Verastigui was a digital strategist for the RNC in 2017 and 2018, working on social media advertising for political committees backing former President Donald Trump, according to Verastigui's LinkedIn page. The digital strategist also worked for the Senate Republican Conference and for a nonprofit group called Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions. An anti-abortion activist originally from San Antonio, Verastigui spoke at the March for Life in Washington in 2013, according to a video clip posted online.
 
2022-04-08 11:59:40 AM  
Another GQP pedo like Gaetz.

/Every accusation ...
 
2022-04-08 12:11:02 PM  
I really doubt the real scandal behind the cocaine orgies was the cocaine.
 
2022-04-08 1:01:05 PM  
Just a coffee boy...
 
2022-04-08 1:02:00 PM  
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Hey, I could be farking those!
 
2022-04-08 1:02:31 PM  

MLWS: Just a coffee boy...


Dead girl or live coffee boy.
 
2022-04-08 1:02:58 PM  
Verastigui was a digital strategist coffee getter for the RNC in 2017 and 2018, working on getting coffee social media advertising for political committees backing former President Donald Trump, who said "He wasn't very good at it and I didn't know him.  Not at all.."
 
2022-04-08 1:03:57 PM  
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2022-04-08 1:05:34 PM  
What the heck is porn with babies?  And what kind of sick fark gets off on that?  I get creeped out by women with all their pubes shaved off.

I would search but I'm sure its a trap.
 
2022-04-08 1:06:30 PM  
We keep treating these hypocritical events as separate events and quickly lose memory of them. We really should have an aggregator to track them all with easy to understand metrics like pedo-meter, white supremacy counter, and f*ck the poor scale.
 
2022-04-08 1:06:35 PM  
I realize this is from Wikipedia, but JFC this is just from 2010-2019 and it's 90% (R) (although these are just sex misconduct, but I didn't want to look up all the child sex crimes after seeing how long this list is!

Jack Tarpley Camp Jr., (R) Judge of the U.S. District Court for the North District of Georgia - Pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting a felon's possession of a controlled substance, and to two misdemeanors: illegally giving a stripper his government-issued laptop, and possession of illegal drugs. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, 400 hours of community service, and resignation from the bench. (2010)[141][142][143]
Eric Massa, Representative (Democrat-New York) - Resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted groping and tickling of multiple male staffers. He later stated on Fox News: "not only did I grope [a staffer], I tickled him until he couldn't breathe..." (2010)[144][145]
Mark Souder, Representative (Republican-Indiana) - A staunch advocate of abstinence and family values,[146][147] Souder resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted extramarital affair with a female staffer. (2010)[148][149][150]
Chris Lee, Representative (Republican-New York) - Resigned hours after a news report stated that he had sent a shirtless picture of himself flexing his muscles to a woman via Craigslist, along with flirtatious e-mails.[151] He did not rely on a pseudonym or a false e-mail address, but used his official Congressional e-mail for all communication. Lee said: "I regret the harm that my actions have caused my family, my staff, and my constituents.... I have made profound mistakes, and I promise to work as hard as I can to seek their forgiveness."[152] (2011)
Anthony Weiner, Representative (Democrat-New York) - Admitted to sending sexually-explicit photos of himself to several women through his Twitter account.[153] He resigned from Congress on June 16, 2011,[154] but kept sexting after his resignation.[155] (2011) On November 6, 2017, Weiner began serving a 21-month sentence for sexting a 15-year-old girl.[156]
Scott DesJarlais, Representative (Republican-Tennessee) - Admitted under oath to at least six affairs, including two affairs with his patients and staffers while he was a physician at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, TN. Additionally, while running on a declared "pro-life" platform, DesJarlais coerced his ex-wife into having two abortions, and tried to persuade a mistress, who was his patient, into an abortion as well.[157][158][159]
David Wu, Representative (Democrat-Oregon) - On July 26, 2011, Wu resigned from the House of Representatives, after being accused of making unwanted sexual advances toward a fundraiser's daughter.[160][161]
Vance McAllister, Representative (Republican-Louisiana) - Although married and the father of five, was caught on surveillance camera deeply kissing a married staffer. Several prominent Republicans asked McAllister to resign. In response, he stated he would not seek re-election in 2016.[162] McCallister said: "There's no doubt I've fallen short, and I'm asking for forgiveness. I'm asking for forgiveness from God, my wife, my kids, my staff, and my constituents who elected me to serve." (2014)[163]
Blake Farenthold, Representative (Republican-Texas) - was reported to have paid $84,000 of taxpayer money, via the House of Representatives Office of Compliance, to settle a sexual harassment complaint from a former staffer. Farenthold's former communications director, Lauren Greene, sued the congressman in December 2014,[164] and a settlement was reached in 2015. The identity of Farenthold with respect to taxpayer involvement was made public in 2017. This was the first documented case of taxpayer funds being used to settle sexual harassment complaints against a member of Congress. (2014)[165]
Dennis Hastert, former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (Republican-Illinois) - Pled guilty to structuring bank withdrawals in order to conceal deliberately-unspecified misconduct by Hastert against an unnamed individual years earlier.[166] At a sentencing hearing in October 2015, Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys while he worked as a high school wrestling coach decades earlier. (2015)[167][168]
Donald Trump (Republican), the 45th President of the United States - was accused of sexual assault by 25 women during the 2016 election, and he denied the allegations.[169] (See Donald Trump sexual misconduct allegations.) The allegations arose after The Washington Post released a 2005 video of Trump, recorded on a hot microphone by Access Hollywood, in which he allegedly bragged about groping women.[170][171][172] Trump himself renewed the controversy a year later by alleging that the video was fake,[173] to which Access Hollywood replied: "Let us make this perfectly clear-the tape is very real. Remember, his excuse at the time was 'locker-room talk.' He said every one of those words."[174][175] The first reports of an alleged 2006 affair between Donald Trump and adult film star Stormy Daniels were published in October 2011 by the blog The Dirty and the magazine Life & Style (see Stormy Daniels-Donald Trump scandal).[176][177]
Tim Murphy, Representative (Republican-Pennsylvania) - Had an extramarital affair with Shannon Edwards, a 32-year-old forensic psychologist. The self-identified "pro-life" Murphy asked Edwards to have an abortion after she became pregnant. The information was revealed as part of Murphy's divorce proceedings, and published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette after it fought in Pennsylvania state court to have the documents unsealed. Murphy resigned his seat in Congress.
Al Franken, Senator (Democrat-Minnesota) - was accused by radio newscaster Leeann Tweeden of forcibly kissing her as part of a skit, and later being in a photo pretending to grope her without consent during a U.S.O. tour in 2006. Tweeden produced photo evidence of the pretend grope, taken of Franken when Tweeden was asleep. Franken admitted to the allegations, apologized for his actions, and then resigned.[178]
Joe Barton, Representative (Republican-Texas) - Acknowledged he took and emailed nude photos of himself in 2015, following leaks of the photos in November 2017.[179][180][181] He decided not to seek re-election in 2018.[182]
John Conyers Jr., US Congressman (Democrat-Michigan) - A former staffer for Rep. John Conyers Jr. accused the Detroit Democrat of unwanted sexual advances in 2017. A woman who had settled a sexual harassment claim against him stated that the lawmaker had "violated" her body, repeatedly propositioned her for sex, and asked her to touch his genitals. He then resigned.[183][184]
Trent Franks, Representative (Republican-Arizona) - was investigated by the House Ethics Commission about allegations of improper conduct. Before the study concluded, Franks abruptly resigned. (2017)[185][186][187]
Pat Meehan, Representative (Republican-Pennsylvania) - In January, 2018, it was revealed that US Representative Pat Meehan used taxpayer funds to settle a sexual harassment claim levied by a female staffer. He was removed from the House Ethics Committee, but remained in office until he resigned on April 27, 2018, stating that he would repay the taxpayer money used to settle the suit. (2018)[188][189][190]
Jim Jordan, Representative (Republican-Ohio) - was accused of covering up and failing to report sexual abuse of minors by former members of the Ohio State University wrestling team by the team physician. There were multiple victims during the period when Jordan was Assistant Coach of the team from 1987 to 1995. On February 12, 2020, allegations surfaced from one of those former members that Jordan (was) "repeatedly crying and begging him not to corroborate accounts of sexual abuse against the university's wrestling team doctor that occurred when Jordan was a coach."[191]
Brett Kavanaugh, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - was accused of sexual assault and misconduct by Christine Blasey Ford, Deborah Ramirez, and three other women, in alleged incidents that occurred during his high school and college years.[192][193][194] An FBI investigation concluded that there was no corroboration of the accusations.[195][196] Kavanaugh vehemently denied all of the allegations. He was confirmed by the Senate in a party line vote, and was sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court.
Roy S. Moore, Republican candidate for the US Senate - was accused by nine women of sexual contact and assault in the 1980s, when the women were teenaged girls. Though Moore denied the allegations, he lost the election. (2017)[197][198][199]
Katie Hill, Representative (Democrat-California) - In October 2019, news reports indicated that she was being investigated by the House Ethics Commission about allegations of sexual relationships with a subordinate.[200][201][202][203] Hill was alleged to have engaged in an extramarital affair with her male legislative director, Graham Kelly, as well as a 22 year old female staffer.[204][205] She would later resign as a result of the allegations and subsequent investigation.[206]
 
2022-04-08 1:07:34 PM  
"involving babies"?
 
2022-04-08 1:07:36 PM  
FTFA: "who admitted to being part of a ring that traded child pornography involving babies"

Awwww...man...what the shiat?  This scumbag didn't even deserve a trial.  Where's that cop justice when you need it?
 
2022-04-08 1:07:40 PM  
Yes the GOP statement:
Why are you picking on this poor put upon man that only loves his country? This sentence is too harsh and he only got it because he is white and wealthy.
 
2022-04-08 1:08:22 PM  
Several staffers and former elected aholes wrote letters seeking to defend Dennis Hastert during sentencing, asking for leniency because he lead a bible group in congress.
 
2022-04-08 1:11:30 PM  
remember, IOKIYAR
 
2022-04-08 1:12:50 PM  
If Dennis Hastert was a Democrat, his name would still be in the news on a daily basis.
 
2022-04-08 1:13:28 PM  

desertfool: Hypocrites, all the way down.

/Every accusation...


Why do you think they're against abortion? Same reason as the catholic church, more kids to rape.
 
2022-04-08 1:15:21 PM  

kbronsito: Several staffers and former elected aholes wrote letters seeking to defend Dennis Hastert during sentencing, asking for leniency because he lead a bible group in congress.


Probably reading them all the ultraviolence, getting it on with the wife's handmaiden, and joining in on the crucifixion to lend a helping hand, like.
 
2022-04-08 1:16:30 PM  

Be polite walk on the right: [syracuse.com image 850x566]

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You know, the older that kid gets, the more he looks like I'm Eric.
 
2022-04-08 1:18:41 PM  
Republicans always project their crimes. ALWAYS.
 
2022-04-08 1:19:36 PM  

cowsaregoodeating: We keep treating these hypocritical events as separate events and quickly lose memory of them. We really should have an aggregator to track them all with easy to understand metrics like pedo-meter, white supremacy counter, and f*ck the poor scale.


Daily kos has a tracker and binders full of these pervs
 
2022-04-08 1:20:18 PM  

OhioUGrad: I realize this is from Wikipedia, but JFC this is just from 2010-2019 and it's 90% (R) (although these are just sex misconduct, but I didn't want to look up all the child sex crimes after seeing how long this list is!

Jack Tarpley Camp Jr., (R) Judge of the U.S. District Court for the North District of Georgia - Pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting a felon's possession of a controlled substance, and to two misdemeanors: illegally giving a stripper his government-issued laptop, and possession of illegal drugs. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, 400 hours of community service, and resignation from the bench. (2010)[141][142][143]
Eric Massa, Representative (Democrat-New York) - Resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted groping and tickling of multiple male staffers. He later stated on Fox News: "not only did I grope [a staffer], I tickled him until he couldn't breathe..." (2010)[144][145]
Mark Souder, Representative (Republican-Indiana) - A staunch advocate of abstinence and family values,[146][147] Souder resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted extramarital affair with a female staffer. (2010)[148][149][150]
Chris Lee, Representative (Republican-New York) - Resigned hours after a news report stated that he had sent a shirtless picture of himself flexing his muscles to a woman via Craigslist, along with flirtatious e-mails.[151] He did not rely on a pseudonym or a false e-mail address, but used his official Congressional e-mail for all communication. Lee said: "I regret the harm that my actions have caused my family, my staff, and my constituents.... I have made profound mistakes, and I promise to work as hard as I can to seek their forgiveness."[152] (2011)
Anthony Weiner, Representative (Democrat-New York) - Admitted to sending sexually-explicit photos of himself to several women through his Twitter account.[153] He resigned from Congress on June 16, 2011,[154] but kept sexting after his resignation.[155] (2011) On November 6, 2017, Weiner began serving a 21-month sentence for sexting a 15-year-old girl.[156]
Scott DesJarlais, Representative (Republican-Tennessee) - Admitted under oath to at least six affairs, including two affairs with his patients and staffers while he was a physician at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, TN. Additionally, while running on a declared "pro-life" platform, DesJarlais coerced his ex-wife into having two abortions, and tried to persuade a mistress, who was his patient, into an abortion as well.[157][158][159]
David Wu, Representative (Democrat-Oregon) - On July 26, 2011, Wu resigned from the House of Representatives, after being accused of making unwanted sexual advances toward a fundraiser's daughter.[160][161]
Vance McAllister, Representative (Republican-Louisiana) - Although married and the father of five, was caught on surveillance camera deeply kissing a married staffer. Several prominent Republicans asked McAllister to resign. In response, he stated he would not seek re-election in 2016.[162] McCallister said: "There's no doubt I've fallen short, and I'm asking for forgiveness. I'm asking for forgiveness from God, my wife, my kids, my staff, and my constituents who elected me to serve." (2014)[163]
Blake Farenthold, Representative (Republican-Texas) - was reported to have paid $84,000 of taxpayer money, via the House of Representatives Office of Compliance, to settle a sexual harassment complaint from a former staffer. Farenthold's former communications director, Lauren Greene, sued the congressman in December 2014,[164] and a settlement was reached in 2015. The identity of Farenthold with respect to taxpayer involvement was made public in 2017. This was the first documented case of taxpayer funds being used to settle sexual harassment complaints against a member of Congress. (2014)[165]
Dennis Hastert, former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (Republican-Illinois) - Pled guilty to structuring bank withdrawals in order to conceal deliberately-unspecified misconduct by Hastert against an unnamed individual years earlier.[166] At a sentencing hearing in October 2015, Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys while he worked as a high school wrestling coach decades earlier. (2015)[167][168]
Donald Trump (Republican), the 45th President of the United States - was accused of sexual assault by 25 women during the 2016 election, and he denied the allegations.[169] (See Donald Trump sexual misconduct allegations.) The allegations arose after The Washington Post released a 2005 video of Trump, recorded on a hot microphone by Access Hollywood, in which he allegedly bragged about groping women.[170][171][172] Trump himself renewed the controversy a year later by alleging that the video was fake,[173] to which Access Hollywood replied: "Let us make this perfectly clear-the tape is very real. Remember, his excuse at the time was 'locker-room talk.' He said every one of those words."[174][175] The first reports of an alleged 2006 affair between Donald Trump and adult film star Stormy Daniels were published in October 2011 by the blog The Dirty and the magazine Life & Style (see Stormy Daniels-Donald Trump scandal).[176][177]
Tim Murphy, Representative (Republican-Pennsylvania) - Had an extramarital affair with Shannon Edwards, a 32-year-old forensic psychologist. The self-identified "pro-life" Murphy asked Edwards to have an abortion after she became pregnant. The information was revealed as part of Murphy's divorce proceedings, and published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette after it fought in Pennsylvania state court to have the documents unsealed. Murphy resigned his seat in Congress.
Al Franken, Senator (Democrat-Minnesota) - was accused by radio newscaster Leeann Tweeden of forcibly kissing her as part of a skit, and later being in a photo pretending to grope her without consent during a U.S.O. tour in 2006. Tweeden produced photo evidence of the pretend grope, taken of Franken when Tweeden was asleep. Franken admitted to the allegations, apologized for his actions, and then resigned.[178]
Joe Barton, Representative (Republican-Texas) - Acknowledged he took and emailed nude photos of himself in 2015, following leaks of the photos in November 2017.[179][180][181] He decided not to seek re-election in 2018.[182]
John Conyers Jr., US Congressman (Democrat-Michigan) - A former staffer for Rep. John Conyers Jr. accused the Detroit Democrat of unwanted sexual advances in 2017. A woman who had settled a sexual harassment claim against him stated that the lawmaker had "violated" her body, repeatedly propositioned her for sex, and asked her to touch his genitals. He then resigned.[183][184]
Trent Franks, Representative (Republican-Arizona) - was investigated by the House Ethics Commission about allegations of improper conduct. Before the study concluded, Franks abruptly resigned. (2017)[185][186][187]
Pat Meehan, Representative (Republican-Pennsylvania) - In January, 2018, it was revealed that US Representative Pat Meehan used taxpayer funds to settle a sexual harassment claim levied by a female staffer. He was removed from the House Ethics Committee, but remained in office until he resigned on April 27, 2018, stating that he would repay the taxpayer money used to settle the suit. (2018)[188][189][190]
Jim Jordan, Representative (Republican-Ohio) - was accused of covering up and failing to report sexual abuse of minors by former members of the Ohio State University wrestling team by the team physician. There were multiple victims during the period when Jordan was Assistant Coach of the team from 1987 to 1995. On February 12, 2020, allegations surfaced from one of those former members that Jordan (was) "repeatedly crying and begging him not to corroborate accounts of sexual abuse against the university's wrestling team doctor that occurred when Jordan was a coach."[191]
Brett Kavanaugh, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - was accused of sexual assault and misconduct by Christine Blasey Ford, Deborah Ramirez, and three other women, in alleged incidents that occurred during his high school and college years.[192][193][194] An FBI investigation concluded that there was no corroboration of the accusations.[195][196] Kavanaugh vehemently denied all of the allegations. He was confirmed by the Senate in a party line vote, and was sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court.
Roy S. Moore, Republican candidate for the US Senate - was accused by nine women of sexual contact and assault in the 1980s, when the women were teenaged girls. Though Moore denied the allegations, he lost the election. (2017)[197][198][199]
Katie Hill, Representative (Democrat-California) - In October 2019, news reports indicated that she was being investigated by the House Ethics Commission about allegations of sexual relationships with a subordinate.[200][201][202][203] Hill was alleged to have engaged in an extramarital affair with her male legislative director, Graham Kelly, as well as a 22 year old female staffer.[204][205] She would later resign as a result of the allegations and subsequent investigation.[206]


Thank you
 
2022-04-08 1:20:29 PM  
Was going to submit this but was too disgusted to find a headline
 
2022-04-08 1:21:00 PM  
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2022-04-08 1:21:23 PM  

Harry Freakstorm: Verastigui was a digital strategist coffee getter for the RNC in 2017 and 2018, working on getting coffee social media advertising for political committees backing former President Donald Trump, who said "He wasn't very good at it and I didn't know him.  Not at all.."


You'd be surprised at how hard it is to beat digital strategist, especially most mainstream websites only want to publish bad "news" against Republicans, it's hard to cut through the moist.
 
2022-04-08 1:24:30 PM  

snowshovel: Harry Freakstorm: Verastigui was a digital strategist coffee getter for the RNC in 2017 and 2018, working on getting coffee social media advertising for political committees backing former President Donald Trump, who said "He wasn't very good at it and I didn't know him.  Not at all.."

You'd be surprised at how hard it is to beat digital strategist, especially most mainstream websites only want to publish bad "news" against Republicans, it's hard to cut through the moist.


Cake?
 
2022-04-08 1:25:21 PM  

Billy Bathsalt: snowshovel: Harry Freakstorm: Verastigui was a digital strategist coffee getter for the RNC in 2017 and 2018, working on getting coffee social media advertising for political committees backing former President Donald Trump, who said "He wasn't very good at it and I didn't know him.  Not at all.."

You'd be surprised at how hard it is to beat digital strategist, especially most mainstream websites only want to publish bad "news" against Republicans, it's hard to cut through the moist.

Cake?


Von Lipwig?
 
2022-04-08 1:26:17 PM  
He's gay, right? I've been assured that all pedophiles are gay.
 
2022-04-08 1:27:26 PM  
Porn...involving babies. Not simply minors, but kids too young to use the toilet. How farking sick can a person be?

I knew of a California case--it was the boyfriend of a friend of a friend--where the cops executed a no-knock warrant and seized anything in the apartment that could potentially store an image or video. (They took everything from the occupants' cell phones to a PlayStation 4 to a smart clock.) The cops later informed the guy's fiancee (the friend of my friend) of what they had found.

A thousand pictures and videos of kids. And as if that's not depraved enough, the kids were depicted engaging in bdsm. (Did you know: Under California law, there are different charges for child p*rn and child p*rn which includes situations like bdsm.)

So far as I know, the guy is looking at decades of prison, and I hope he gets the max. Actually, that's a lie; I hope his cellmate has a real problem with him and the guards look the other way for a short while.

What I'm getting at is, this guy is sick beyond sick. Yeah, some people deserve leniency, but a lot of people just...don't.
 
2022-04-08 1:28:37 PM  

gunga galunga: If Dennis Hastert was a Democrat, his name would still be in the news on a daily basis.


Hourly*
 
2022-04-08 1:32:16 PM  

Squid_for_Brains: I really doubt the real scandal behind the cocaine orgies was the cocaine.


You said "cocaine" twice.
 
2022-04-08 1:34:32 PM  
Suffer the little children indeed.

I truly believe this is rooted in the doctrine of Original Sin.

Those babies and toddlers are sinners and have it coming.
 
2022-04-08 1:34:52 PM  

austerity101: He's gay, right? I've been assured that all pedophiles are gay.


Not the ones that want to fark little girls.

Republicans like Roy Moore and Matt Gaetz are Straight and Proud Of It pedophiles.
 
2022-04-08 1:37:15 PM  

Natalie Portmanteau: desertfool: Hypocrites, all the way down.

/Every accusation...

Why do you think they're against abortion? Same reason as the catholic church, more kids to rape.


Against abortion, against social safety nets, and against healthy gender and sexuality messaging. They want to create an environment that will result in desperate, outcast children who are confused about their own bodies and natural urges. It's the perfect environment for pedophiles to thrive.
 
2022-04-08 1:40:02 PM  

gunga galunga: austerity101: He's gay, right? I've been assured that all pedophiles are gay.

Not the ones that want to fark little girls.

Republicans like Roy Moore and Matt Gaetz are Straight and Proud Of It pedophiles.


It was a joke. People accuse us gay people of being child predators. Most child predators are straight.
 
2022-04-08 1:40:29 PM  

snowshovel: Harry Freakstorm: Verastigui was a digital strategist coffee getter for the RNC in 2017 and 2018, working on getting coffee social media advertising for political committees backing former President Donald Trump, who said "He wasn't very good at it and I didn't know him.  Not at all.."

You'd be surprised at how hard it is to beat digital strategist, especially most mainstream websites only want to publish bad "news" against Republicans, it's hard to cut through the moist.


It speaks volumes about you that THIS is the thread where you try to be funny.
 
2022-04-08 1:40:46 PM  
The GOPedo Party.

And sloth toes grunts about democrats
 
2022-04-08 1:44:55 PM  
The only Republicans who aren't child molesters are the ones who haven't ever had access to children.
 
2022-04-08 1:45:34 PM  

austerity101: gunga galunga: austerity101: He's gay, right? I've been assured that all pedophiles are gay.

Not the ones that want to fark little girls.

Republicans like Roy Moore and Matt Gaetz are Straight and Proud Of It pedophiles.

It was a joke. People accuse us gay people of being child predators. Most child predators are straight.


I knew it was a joke. I was just taking the joke and running with it.
 
2022-04-08 1:51:23 PM  
Calling it now: He'll get early release and in five years, will be a GOP political operative again.
 
2022-04-08 1:55:05 PM  

Doctor Funkenstein: FTFA: "who admitted to being part of a ring that traded child pornography involving babies"

Awwww...man...what the shiat?  This scumbag didn't even deserve a trial.  Where's that cop justice when you need it?


It's not like the guy was passing a questionable $20 bill. Remember, if you're a Republican then rules don't apply to you. Someone who is busted for dealing in porn involving a baby needs to be the one with a knee on their neck.
 
2022-04-08 1:59:35 PM  
austerity101:

It was a joke. People accuse us gay people of being child predators. Most child predators are straight.

The catholic church would like a word with you....
 
2022-04-08 2:01:23 PM  

Derek Force: austerity101:

It was a joke. People accuse us gay people of being child predators. Most child predators are straight.

The catholic church would like a word with you....


Tell you what, how about you fark yourself.
 
2022-04-08 2:02:29 PM  
I thought QAnon was taking over the core of the republican party and issuing the ultimatum "you are either with us or you are a pedo"? Why are some many of them embracing both? Curious.
 
2022-04-08 2:23:24 PM  
Is subby implying that KBJ should be sentenced for 12 years?
 
2022-04-08 2:24:05 PM  

Squid_for_Brains: I really doubt the real scandal behind the cocaine orgies was the cocaine.


Goddamnitsomuch. I just finished lunch, and you had to ruin it. I had assumed the stories weren't about orgies amongst themselves, or with the wives of Stone and Manafort, but with professionals. Now, I have to find the brain bleach.
 
2022-04-08 2:28:45 PM  

bzdrummer: Thank you


I feel dirty just reading some of those and posting that list. A lot of politicians truly are bottom-of-the-barrel humans.

The Wikipedia page on sexual misconduct of federal officials is pages long. I imagine each state has a very long list of state and local politicians as well.
 
2022-04-08 2:34:53 PM  

fragMasterFlash: I thought QAnon was taking over the core of the republican party and issuing the ultimatum "you are either with us or you are a pedo"? Why are some many of them embracing both? Curious.


There's quite a few people out there pointing out the recent and somewhat sudden uptick in the "everyone we don't like is a kidfarker" language is a fairly clear indicator we're hitting the de-humanization portion of the fascism playbook and to plan/prepare accordingly as their previous language, however vile didn't quite implicitly (or explicitly) invite the visceral, immediate, extreme and very often fatal kind of violence they're looking for
 
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