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Madison Cawthorn Won’t Walk Back Comments On The Swamp

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Washington D.C. is a hive of corruption, sexual debauchery, and hypocrisy.

It is epitomized by walking corpses, who cling to this life with an iron grip, and with that desperate grasping comes all the rot, all the moral decay of living an empty life of ill-begotten gains.

They lie, they cheat, they steal on a mass scale, they murder on a mass scale and use euphemisms like “collateral damage” to sugarcoat the death and destruction they’re responsible for, they regularly partake in what they put you in jail for.

This is why none of them welcome the reaper, but try to stay in power well into their 90s. In essence, Washington D.C. is a realm where death steals from life—the unnatural inversion of the old nourishing themselves on the future of the young.

After all, who would want to face an all-seeing, all-judging God after a life lived like that?

Madison Cawthorn, age 26, recently made headlines by exposing just some of the corruption and moral debauchery which runs rampant in the nation’s Capitol—likening the corruption to the Netflix show House of Cards.

What I find even more telling is establishment GOP member Kevin McCarthy attempting to intimidate Cawthorn over the claims. I am not saying McCarthy is guilty of what Cawthorn alleges, but come on, just look at the guy…

He’s almost a poster child for that Netflix show based off of appearance alone.

Now we are seeing reports of Madison Cawthorn refusing to back down from his previous claims, because, well—they’re true, and anyone who can’t see that they are true is either in on it, or is naive beyond belief.

Cawthorn, who will not back down or walk back his claims, is now joined by Roger Stone who claims he has first hand knowledge of what Cawthorn is talking about:

Fox News reports:

“I just told him he’s lost my trust, he’s gonna have to earn it back, and I laid out everything I find is unbecoming,” McCarthy told Axios after the meeting.

“And, you can’t just say, ‘You can’t do this again.’ I mean, he’s, he’s got a lot of members very upset.”

Cawthorn didn’t offer an apology in the statement.

Roger Stone has come to the aid of Madison Cawthorn, according to Washington Examiner:

“As someone who lived in Washington, D.C., for 41 years, who was once part of the Washington elite system, everything Madison Cawthorn says is absolutely true,” Stone said.

“And I can see why Washington elites would now be scrambling to try to deny it because maybe the voters back home won’t like what they’re hearing.”

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