Orgy and cocaine on the Capital’s agenda, according to youngest congressman

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Madison Cawthorne, in a file photo.
Madison Cawthorne, in a file photo.Republican National Convention (Reuters)

“Never a Dull Moment” (in English, never a dull moment), one of the kindest phrases that can be written without falling into obscenity, best defines the capital of the United States, the heart of political power. American congressmen and lobbyists know that in every meeting that they attend, in every conversation in which they express an opinion, there is someone who notes, even mentally, that at some point But, a year later, five years later, or a quarter century later, they’ll appear in a shocking title that, even briefly, will be all the rage in bookstores.

Following that adage of living to the limit, a vision that took Netflix series to the extreme house of leaves, The youngest congressman to ever reach the nation’s capitol has set fire to the ranks of the Republican Party this week, with Kevin Spacey making specific remarks of the character who represents in the saga that gives life to Francis Underwood.

Madison Cawthorne, Republican female member of Congress from North Carolina, He said last Thursday that his fellow gang members had invited him to participate in an orgy and had snorted cocaine in his presence. With only 14 months in the country’s capitol, the 26-year-old was interrogated podcast by john lovell warrior poet society If the picture of immorality and human base that they staged house of cards It is in line with reality. “Is this fiction or are we watching a documentary?”

Well, according to the young Cawthorne, it is common currency to be part of an orgy or to be invited to the key members of Establishment The fight against drugs began as inhaled lines of cocaine as if nothing had happened. “As one president said of the series house of leaves, The only thing that’s not credible about it is that the education law can be passed as quickly as possible, as in that narrative,” Cawthorne said. Therefore, not only will group sex and drugs be part of daily politics in Washington; So will blackmail, defamation, treason and even murder.

It portrays a young man confined to a wheelchair as a result of a traffic accident in 2014, a sordid political world in which secrets that can ruin careers or stories are kept—in this case, journalists— A position of power with which to eventually blackmail someone.

“I’ve seen these people my whole life, I’ve always paid a lot of attention to politics,” explains Cawthorne. “And all of a sudden they invite you, ‘Hey, we’re going to have a meeting of a sexual nature in our houses, you should come,'” the young man continues. “And I wonder and ask myself ‘What have you just invited me to?’ “That’s when you realize that you are being asked to go into an orgy.”

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The statements created a distorted effect of condemnation with names and surnames, as Republican supreme leaders sought to hold talks with young Republicans seeking an explanation for their incendiary remarks. Scott Perry, chairman of the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus, which includes Kawthorne, is demanding that North Carolina politicians identify individuals they say are part of sexual bachelors or the lucrative poison of drugs. have been hunted.

As Mark Leibovich writes in his book this town, Washington is a “widely misunderstood” city. Surrounded by money, lawyers and journalists, there is a real gold rush to get the biggest gossip in the nation’s capital. That gossip angered House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who said he planned to talk face-to-face with Cawthorne.

According to information on his website, this owner and chairman of a real estate investment company defines himself as a staunch defender of the Second Amendment to the Constitution—which gives the right to bear arms—a constitutional conservative “who upholds it”. Committed to keeping “the values ​​of faith, family, and freedom in America.”

Since his election, Cawthorne has weathered his fair share of political storms. The latest had to do with criticism from members of his own party for describing Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as a “thug” amid Russia’s brutal invasion. Don’t let anyone fool you, politicians already announce their intentions from their website. “Admiration. Family. Freedom”. “We sent a weapon to Washington” [Cawthorne] Which ends with political division and gives us back the America we’ve lost.”

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