Earlier this week, Gop Rep. Madison Cawthorn (NC) sat down for an explosive interview where he spilled the beans about the DC Swamp’s depraved debauchery that allegedly sees politicians regularly participating in cocaine-fueled benders and wild orgies.
Cawthorn discussed being invited to orgies by the DC elites and seeing politicians that he “looked up to” for years doing hard drugs, like cocaine, in front of him.
Naturally, Cawthorn’s damning claims caused quite a stir among the DC elite, including catching the attention of several RINOs like House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who quickly sprung into action after some Republicans expressed their frustrations over Cawthorn accusations. After the news broke, McCarthy vowed to speak with Cawthorn about his claims.
McCarthy spoke with Cawthorn on Wednesday and threatened the freshman Representative that there “will be consequences” if he does not watch his words.
The House Freedom Caucus also took notice of Cawthorn’s allegations. The lawmaking body, of which Cawthorn is a member, is considered to be the most Conservative group on Capitol Hill and called on the freshman NC lawmaker to follow up his allegations by “naming names” of the elected officials who allegedly participated in these illegal acts.
Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) said he plans to speak to Cawthorn in the near future about his allegations, the lawmaker explained to Politico.
It’s about time for someone to look into this issue seriously. Hopefully, the Freedom Caucus lives up to its reputation.
Perry explained that he has not spoken to Cawthorn since he made his comments last week. He also refused to say, one way or another, if the House Freedom Caucus is considering stripping Cawthorn of his membership if he doesn’t or can’t provide names to back up his explosive claims.
‘I think it is important, if you’re going to say something like that, to name names,’ Perry said.
When asked whether they would reconsider Cawthorn’s membership in the group if he didn’t make clear whom he has evidence of taking part in group sex and drug use, Perry wouldn’t say either way: “We will discuss that when we get to it,’ he replied.
‘And I haven’t talked to him at all, so I don’t want to predispose the conversation,’ Perry added.”
The Swamp must be drained to make any changes, and Cawthorn knows it.