Showing posts with label Political sex. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Political sex. Show all posts

March 16, 2017

Trump’s Campaign Chair Charged with Child Prostitution with Gay Boy




 An Oklahoma lawmaker was hit with a child prostitution charge Thursday after he was caught in a motel room with a teenage boy. 
State Sen. Ralph Shortey was charged a day after the Oklahoma Senate — by a vote of 43 to 0 — passed a resolution that suspended nearly all his privileges. 
Shortey is charged with engaging in child prostitution, engaging in prostitution within 1,000 feet of a church, and transporting a minor for prostitution/lewdness, according to the Cleveland County District Attorney's office.  A 35-year-old married father of two, Shortey turned himself in later Thursday at the Cleveland County Jail, local NBC affiliate KFOR reported. 
It remained to be seen whether Oklahoma would move to impeach Shortey, who represents parts of Oklahoma City, now that he has been formally charged. 
They have already stripped him of his capitol office, his parking space and state-owned laptop, scrubbed his name off any legislation he authored or co-authored — as well as his office door. 
Lt. Governor Todd Lamb, who like Shortey is a Republican, said "Oklahomans deserve to be represented by those above reproach." 
"In light of the charges filed against him, Ralph Shortey should resign from his seat so the good people of southwest Oklahoma City can move forward with electing a new state senator," Lamb said in a statement. 
Shortey was busted after police were notified that he had checked into a Super 8 Motel in Moore, Oklahoma — using his own name — around midnight on March 9 and the boy was with him, according to the DA's office. 
When police arrived at room 120, they "observed a strong odor of marijuana" and found Shortey inside with the teenager, who is identified in the charging papers as a 17-year-old named "JM." 

Image: Ralph Shortey

Oklahoma state Senator Ralph Shortey, speaks during a Senate committee meeting in Oklahoma City on Feb. 22, 2017. Sue Ogrocki / AP

Later, they discovered an online conversation between Shortey and JM. 
"Would you be interested in sexual stuff?" Shortey allegedly wrote. 
"Yes," JM allegedly replied. 
From there, the conversation — as described in DA's charging papers — veered off from logistics to graphic lewdness and included a "smiley face emoji." 
Both Shortey and JM admitted to police that they met a year ago through a Craigslist "personal encounter ad," the papers state. And police also found an "open box of condoms" in a backpack. 
When asked what he was doing at the motel with the teen, Shortey said they were "just hanging out." according to a Moore Police report. 
This is not the first time Shortey made national news. Back in 2012, he proposed a bill banning human fetuses from being used in food, even though he admitted he did not know of any company in Oklahoma or elsewhere that was doing this. 
"There are companies that are using embryonic stem cells to research and basically cause a chemical reaction to determine whether or not something tastes good or not," he told The Daily Oklahoman newspaper. 
"As a pro-life advocate, it kind of disturbed me that we would use aborted embryos or aborted human fetuses to extract stem cells and use them for research to basically make things taste better." 
The bill, which could have been lifted from the 1973 science fiction movie "Soylent Green," was referred to the Agriculture and Rural Development committee where it died, according to The Daily Oklahoman. 
Shortey, who identifies himself as a member of the Rosebud Sioux Indian Tribe on his official biography, was also a staunch supporter of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump and part of his leadership team in Oklahoma.

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April 29, 2016

Letters of Support for Convicted Pedophile xRep Dennis Hastert



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Among those writing letters of support was former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, who called Hastert   good man that loves the Lord" and said "he doesn't deserve what he is going through." 

Former CIA director Porter Goss also wrote a letter attesting to Hastert's character and leadership, and said many in the House saw him as "Mr. Main Street, America." 
Forty-one letters were made public in all. They include letters from Hastert's wife and two sons, and Hastert's brother. 
"Please, as you determine my father's sentence, keep in mind the fact that he spent 35 years of his life serving the public good," Hastert's son Joshua said in a letter filed with the court. 
"He now has myriad medical issues and he should be with his family and not in the medical division of a correctional institution," the letter reads. 
Former U.S. representative Thomas Ewing said in his letter that Hastert has already suffered. 
"I can think of nothing more devastating to my friend than the current cause of action before your court," Ewing wrote. “He cherished his reputation and legacy but even more he mourns the suffering and trauma it has caused his wife Jean, and their two sons, Joshua and Ethan.”[nbc]
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April 15, 2014

Tory Inquiry into Expenses Paying for Gay Sex Partying Continues but No Consequences Seen



                                                                                    


Parliament’s expenses watchdog is to investigate claims that the taxpayer indirectly funded a hotel suite that was used for a gay-sex party during a Conservative Party conference.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) said it was “deeply worried” by allegations that public money was used to pay for a suite of rooms used where the party took place.
It said it would be investigating the claims, which come in the wake of revelations about inappropriate relationships between young Tory researchers and MPs following the Nigel Evans trial. Mr Evans was cleared of a string of sexual assaults on young men following a five-week trial at Preston Crown Court.
The Independent understands that a suite of rooms costing up to £2,500 per night was booked at Manchester’s Light ApartHotel by an organisation called the Policy Research Unit (PRU). The PRU, which is overseen by senior Conservative figures, provides “parliamentary research” for the party’s MPs that is carried out by a team of mainly young researchers and interns. 
The majority of the PRU’s £437,725-a-year income comes directly from the taxpayer via MPs’ expenses. Tory MPs each pay nearly £4,000 a year to the PRU which they claim back through Ipsa.
The organisation states on its website that it only carries out “the same work which would otherwise be permitted to be undertaken within a member’s own office by their own publicly funded staff”.
If the PRU paid for the suite of rooms in Manchester it may have been in breach of parliamentary expense rules – regardless of what went on there. Ipsa’s rules clearly state that “staffing expenditure may not be claimed for any party political activity”. The rules add that “attendance at political party conferences or meetings” cannot be covered by parliamentary expenses.
Last night an Ipsa spokesman said: “MPs who use a parliamentary research company, such as PRU, can seek reimbursement for the cost as a perfectly reasonable claim. Allegations that the PRU has misused public money are deeply worrying and pose serious questions for the PRU board to answer.
“We have received the proper assurances and evidence from all MPs who claim through PRU but, in the light of these concerns, we will be contacting PRU to seek further assurance about their work and that the claims fall within Ipsa’s scheme.”
The Independent understands concerns were raised with senior Tory officials after the gay networking application Grindr was used to “advertise” the party which took place during the Conservative Party conference in 2011.
While there is no suggestion of any wrongdoing on behalf of anyone involved, it follows revelations in yesterday’s Independent that a number of Conservative MPs regularly got drunk, “flirted” and made passes at young male parliamentary workers during Commons drinking sessions. The Independent has been told that some of these researchers may have worked for the PRU.
Separately, earlier this month Iain Corby, director of the PRU, resigned from his job to “return to the commercial world”. His departure was not linked in any way to the booking of the Manchester hotel rooms.
Oliver Heald, the Conservative MP who was at the time the chairman of the PRU, confirmed that members of the unit would go to party conferences and that this was paid for by the organisation.
“They did used to go,” he said. “Three or four people from the unit would go. It was all approved by the Treasurer (of the PRU) and it has all been audited.” Mr Heald said he was unaware that such expenditure might have been breach of Ipsa’s rules.
Henry Bellingham, the Conservative MP and current chairman of the PRU, confirmed that the majority of the PRU’s income came through the parliamentary expenses scheme. He said that, to his knowledge, no one from the unit had attended the Conservative Party conference since he took over in 2012.
Meanwhile, the Director of Public Prosecutions defended the decision to prosecute Mr Evans, the former Commons Deputy Speaker, saying people who have been sexually assaulted do not always consider themselves victims.
Alison Saunders told the BBC that the CPS did not take “weak” cases.
She said decisions to prosecute were normally based on police documents and video interviews, saying “evidence is tested in court in a way in which we are not able to when we make our decision”.
She added: “Victims may not always think of themselves as victims. It rather depends on the relationship they are in with their alleged abusers, so if someone is in a position of power... We have seen it in grooming cases where victims think they are not victims because their abusers love them and take care of them.”
Nigel Evans case: The ‘victims’ who didn’t think they were victims
Several of the seven alleged victims in the Nigel Evans trial told the court they did not believe the MP had committed any crime, seriously damaging the prosecution’s case:
Case One
A Westminster worker allegedly touched by Nigel Evans while drinking with friends at a Soho bar in 2003. According to the case for the prosecution, the man considered it a drunken pass rather than an indecent sexual assault. The two men remained friends.
Case Two
He was contacted by police two weeks after Mr Evans’s arrest in 2013 over an alleged assault said to have taken place at a Tory party conference in Blackpool 10 years earlier when the MP was accused of twice putting his hand down the younger man’s trousers. He believed the incident had been dealt with effectively at the time and did not want to press charges.
Case Three
The prosecution claimed Mr Evans attempted to kiss him in a corridor outside the Strangers’ Bar in the House of Commons. The complainant said he was “embarrassed and bewildered” by the incident but did not feel like a victim of crime. He did not wish to make a complaint.
Jonathan Brown

However I’ve ( Adam Gonzalez)learn from other sources t that:
A senior minister has been criticised after claims that the taxpayer indirectly funded a gay sex party at the Conservative Party conference.
Oliver Heald, the solicitor-general who was head of the Parliamentary Resources Unit (PRU) at the time, has come under fire for his inquiry into the incident.
Mr Heald issued an informal warning to Iain Corby, a senior party official, who reportedly exchanged messages with another man on a gay dating website referring to “cute boys” and “orgy” at a hotel suite hired for Tory researchers.
Mr Corby quit as head of the PRU, which conducts research on behalf of Tory MPs, earlier this month. The unit is paid for by MPs through their taxpayer-funded expenses.
Mr Heald, the member for North East Hertfordshire, started an investigation after party whips were shown a transcript of Mr Corby’s conversation on Grindr, the gay dating website.
He also examined allegations that Mr Corby was rude after returning to work under the influence of alcohol. Ipsa, the expenses watchdog, will this week investigate whether the hotel booking was a breach of the rules, which state that expenses cannot be used to cover the cost of “attendance at political party conferences or meetings”.
Mr Heald said yesterday that he was “unaware” that the expenditure might have amounted to a breach of the rules.
He said: “About three years ago the whips brought to me complaints about a staff member at PRU. I brought in an adviser and the matters were investigated, leading to a final, informal warning.” John Mann, a Labour MP, said: “It raises questions about whether any real investigation ever happened. Mr Heald needs to explain why he failed to spot the misuse of parliamentary money. I would question his judgment.”
The claims come amid growing concern about Westminster’s “drinking culture” and suggestions that young gay researchers are bullied into accepting sexual advances from MPs. The PRU is a team of 20 young researchers who advise Tory MPs on political issues. Each Tory MP pays the PRU £4,000 a year, which can be claimed back on their expenses.
In 2011, Mr Corby and other members of the PRU allegedly attended the Conservative Party conference and booked into Manchester’s Light Aparthotel, where rooms cost as much as £4,500.
The Mail on Sunday claims Mr Corby sent a series of messages to another man on a gay dating website. He reportedly made an open invitation for anyone else logged on to the website to join him in his three-bedroom suite.
Mr Corby reportedly said: “Sharing with two colleagues but I chose the cutest boys from my team.” He refers to a man “just out of the shower walking around naked,” adding that “he knows how to keep his boss happy even if he is straight.” A Tory MP said yesterday he told party chiefs about the “drinking culture” at the PRU but no action was taken.
Michael Fabricant claimed that he complained to Mr Heald after he was approached by two PRU officials.
Mr Fabricant said in a statement: “In 2011, I met with two members of PRU staff, both of whom felt that activities at the time fell far below the standards expected for a professional employers.” Mr Corby was unavailable for comment.

April 13, 2014

Gay Sex or Any Sex is Great When Parliament Pays


                                                                           





Parliament’s expenses watchdog is to investigate claims that the taxpayer indirectly funded a hotel suite that was used for a gay-sex party during a Conservative Party conference.

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) said it was “deeply worried” by allegations that public money was used to pay for a suite of rooms used where the party took place.
It said it would be investigating the claims, which come in the wake of revelations about inappropriate relationships between young Tory researchers and MPs following the Nigel Evans trial. Mr Evans was cleared of a string of sexual assaults on young men following a five-week trial at Preston Crown Court.
The Independent understands that a suite of rooms costing up to £2,500 per night was booked at Manchester’s Light ApartHotel by an organisation called the Policy Research Unit (PRU). The PRU, which is overseen by senior Conservative figures, provides “parliamentary research” for the party’s MPs that is carried out by a team of mainly young researchers and interns. 
The majority of the PRU’s £437,725-a-year income comes directly from the taxpayer via MPs’ expenses. Tory MPs each pay nearly £4,000 a year to the PRU which they claim back through Ipsa.
The organisation states on its website that it only carries out “the same work which would otherwise be permitted to be undertaken within a member’s own office by their own publicly funded staff”.
If the PRU paid for the suite of rooms in Manchester it may have been in breach of parliamentary expense rules – regardless of what went on there. Ipsa’s rules clearly state that “staffing expenditure may not be claimed for any party political activity”. The rules add that “attendance at political party conferences or meetings” cannot be covered by parliamentary expenses.
Last night an Ipsa spokesman said: “MPs who use a parliamentary research company, such as PRU, can seek reimbursement for the cost as a perfectly reasonable claim. Allegations that the PRU has misused public money are deeply worrying and pose serious questions for the PRU board to answer.
“We have received the proper assurances and evidence from all MPs who claim through PRU but, in the light of these concerns, we will be contacting PRU to seek further assurance about their work and that the claims fall within Ipsa’s scheme.”
The Independent understands concerns were raised with senior Tory officials after the gay networking application Grindr was used to “advertise” the party which took place during the Conservative Party conference in 2011.
While there is no suggestion of any wrongdoing on behalf of anyone involved, it follows revelations in yesterday’s Independent that a number of Conservative MPs regularly got drunk, “flirted” and made passes at young male parliamentary workers during Commons drinking sessions. The Independent has been told that some of these researchers may have worked for the PRU.
Separately, earlier this month Iain Corby, director of the PRU, resigned from his job to “return to the commercial world”. His departure was not linked in any way to the booking of the Manchester hotel rooms.
Oliver Heald, the Conservative MP who was at the time the chairman of the PRU, confirmed that members of the unit would go to party conferences and that this was paid for by the organisation.
“They did used to go,” he said. “Three or four people from the unit would go. It was all approved by the Treasurer (of the PRU) and it has all been audited.” Mr Heald said he was unaware that such expenditure might have been breach of Ipsa’s rules.
Henry Bellingham, the Conservative MP and current chairman of the PRU, confirmed that the majority of the PRU’s income came through the parliamentary expenses scheme. He said that, to his knowledge, no one from the unit had attended the Conservative Party conference since he took over in 2012.
Meanwhile, the Director of Public Prosecutions defended the decision to prosecute Mr Evans, the former Commons Deputy Speaker, saying people who have been sexually assaulted do not always consider themselves victims.
Alison Saunders told the BBC that the CPS did not take “weak” cases.
She said decisions to prosecute were normally based on police documents and video interviews, saying “evidence is tested in court in a way in which we are not able to when we make our decision”.
She added: “Victims may not always think of themselves as victims. It rather depends on the relationship they are in with their alleged abusers, so if someone is in a position of power... We have seen it in grooming cases where victims think they are not victims because their abusers love them and take care of them.”
Nigel Evans case: The ‘victims’ who didn’t think they were victims
Several of the seven alleged victims in the Nigel Evans trial told the court they did not believe the MP had committed any crime, seriously damaging the prosecution’s case:
Case One
A Westminster worker allegedly touched by Nigel Evans while drinking with friends at a Soho bar in 2003. According to the case for the prosecution, the man considered it a drunken pass rather than an indecent sexual assault. The two men remained friends.
Case Two
He was contacted by police two weeks after Mr Evans’s arrest in 2013 over an alleged assault said to have taken place at a Tory party conference in Blackpool 10 years earlier when the MP was accused of twice putting his hand down the younger man’s trousers. He believed the incident had been dealt with effectively at the time and did not want to press charges.
Case Three
The prosecution claimed Mr Evans attempted to kiss him in a corridor outside the Strangers’ Bar in the House of Commons. The complainant said he was “embarrassed and bewildered” by the incident but did not feel like a victim of crime. He did not wish to make a complaint.
Jonathan Brown

November 20, 2013

UK Daily Mail Reports Story on Bank Boss Rev.Flowers and His Rent Boys

The only bad thing about this story is that it happened and it was discovered in the UK and not the US. We’ve had our share of political sex and drug scandals but because people’s  with inquiring minds want to expose the double standards of people being what they fight against. Believing in what ever is fundamental to a healthy life.. It’s good to believe in something even if it’s something that makes not much sense. What is wrong is to be something you are not while fighting others that are.

MARTIN ROBINSON of the UK Daily Mail has an exclusive story of how this deal went down and I posted it here for your enjoyment.   My pleasure, Adam


Ciaron Dodd who has told how he was paid for sex with Coop boss Paul Flowers who used the bank's email address to meet him for dates                                                        Disgraced: Reverend Paul Flowers, former Chairman of the Co-Op bank, has a conviction for gross indecency, it has emerged
Disgraced: Reverend Paul Flowers, former Chairman of the Co-Op bank, has a conviction for gross indecency, it has emerged
  
The sordid past of disgraced Co-op bank boss Reverend Paul Flowers was laid bare today after it emerged he has a conviction for gross indecency and quit as a councillor for having pornography on his computer.
The fallen Methodist minister is already being investigated by the police after apparently buying hard drugs, including crack cocaine and crystal meth.
But it has now been revealed that in the past 30 years he has been involved in a series of sex scandals.
In 1981 he was convicted of gross indecency after he was caught by police performing a sex act with a trucker in a public toilet - but he was forgiven by the church.
Rev Flowers, who is gay, admitted the offence at Fareham Magistrates' Court in Hampshire and was fined £75 with £35 legal costs, yet his church let him continue in his job because he was sorry.
He also resigned as a Labour councillor in Bradford in 2011 after 'inappropriate but not illegal adult content' was found on a computer he used, the city council said today.
A rent boy claimed today that the Methodist also used his Co-op email account to organise drug-fuelled sex sessions with and others while he was still chairman of the bank. 
After his gross indecency conviction, Flowers told magistrates he was 'shamed and embarrassed' about the incident, but maintained he was involved 'at the other man's instigation'.
Yet he was allowed to continue as a Methodist minister.
  
'This was a matter for our usual procedures and after that process was complete it was decided he could continue as a minister,' a Methodist Ministry spokesman said.
'This matter did not preclude him from his activities in the church. He was very contrite, and he continued his work',
Caught on camera: The Rev Paul Flowers was filmed counting money for a drugs deal
Caught on camera: The Rev Paul Flowers was filmed counting money for drugs in a scandal that has rocked the Co-op and the Methodist Church
Flowers served as a member of Bradford Council’s executive from May 2010 to August 2011, when he stepped down from the post, saying he had “increasing and competing demands” on his time. 
The following month he resigned as a Labour councillor for the Great Horton ward, having served on the council since 2001.
At the time, he said in a statement: 'It has become clear to me that, over the longer term, I will be unable to sustain the workload associated with performing both roles to the best of my ability.'
But the council said today: 'Inappropriate but not illegal adult content was found on a Council computer handed in by Councillor Flowers for servicing.

'It was decided he could continue as a minister. It did not preclude him from his activities in the church. He was very contrite, and he continued his work.'

- Methodist Ministry spokesman on Rev Flowers' gross indecency conviction
'This was put to him and he resigned immediately.'
It comes days after the Mail on Sunday revealed Rev Flowers bought hard drugs just after he was grilled by MPs on the Treasury Select Committee over the bank's disastrous performance.
In the shocking video the 63-year-old was seen in his car discussing the cocaine and crystal meth he wants from a dealer in Leeds. 
He then counts out £300 in £20 notes and sends a friend to make the deal.
The Co-operative Group said today its chairman Len Wardle had resigned with immediate effect, days after the former chairman became embroiled in the drugs scandal.
In the spotlight: Reverend Paul Flowers in December 1990 when he was vice-chairman of Rochdale Council¿s social services committee during the ¿satanic abuse¿ fiasco
In the spotlight: Reverend Paul Flowers in December 1990 when he was vice-chairman of Rochdale Council¿s social services committee during the ¿satanic abuse¿ fiasco
Flowers was the £132,000-a-year chairman of the 'ethical' Co-op Bank from 2010 until May this year when he stepped down as the bank's financial woes became apparent. The bank lost £700 million in the first six months of this year.
Guest: A friend of disgraced Reverend Paul Flowers said he is house sitting for him, but the former Co-op chairman is in hiding
Guest: A friend of disgraced Reverend Paul Flowers said he is house sitting for him, but the former Co-op chairman is in hiding
On the day after his appearance at the Commons, Flowers sent a text reading: 'I was "grilled" by the Treasury Select Committee yesterday and afterwards came to Manchester to get wasted with friends.
The video and a series of damning text messages leaked by acquaintance Stuart Davies, who was 'disgusted by his hypocrisy'.
The text messages prove Rev Flowers was using hard drugs in the days surrounding his crucial testimony to the Treasury Committee on November 6.
A parishioner who worships at Flowers' Bradford church last night told The Sun: 'The revelations are repulsive. People idolised him.'
Twenty or so years ago, Flowers came to public attention as vice-chairman of Rochdale Council’s social services committee during the ‘satanic abuse’ fiasco between 1988 and 1991.
It involved social workers making lurid claims about satanic rituals being performed on children and, as a result, 20 children from six families were placed in care.
However, the police found no evidence and a government-backed inquiry subsequently blamed ‘evangelical Christians’ for the scare.
Flowers maintained a high profile, sitting on committees and getting himself involved in community projects.
Ironically, given recent events, from 1992 to 2004 he was prominently involved with the Lifeline Project, which helps drug abusers. Today he remains a trustee of the Terrence Higgins Trust, the HIV/Aids charity.

Disgraced former Co-op chairman 'used bank email to organise sex and drugs sessions with rent boys'

Reverend Paul Flowers used his Co-op bank email account to organise nights with a £650-per-session rent boy, it emerged today.
The disgraced Methodist minister, 63, who was forced to quit his £130,000 role in June, organised drug-fuelled gay sex at hotels while he was still in the job, according to the escort involved.
Emails reveal he would pay for threesomes, taking the rent boys for expensive dinners before going to bed together.
Reverend Paul Flowers Treasury Committee this month
Ciaron Dodd who has told how he was paid for sex with Coop boss Paul Flowers who used the bank's email address to meet him for dates
Arrangement: Reverend Paul Flowers, pictured in front of MPs this month, used his company email to set up dates with rent boy Ciaron Dodd, who charged up to £650-a-night
The liaisons were organised while he was running the Co-Op bank, which at the time he was in charge lost £700million.
'I knew what he did for a living and couldn't believe how debauched he was,' escort Ciaron Dodd, 21, told The Sun.
'Every time he saw me he knew he was risking everything — but he just didn't seem to care. He took me to the theatre and gave me presents like chocolate and wine. I was old enough to be his grandson but he didn't seem to think we looked like the odd couple.'
The emails from Flowers' Co-op account reveal how he was happy to discuss sex and drugs, despite his public position.
One email to the rent boy says: 'Been waiting for you to come and have some coke (cocaine) and k (Ketamin) with me. P x.'
Email chain: Rev Flowers admitted he had threesomes in the past, but could only afford one rent boy on this occasion
Email chain: Rev Flowers admitted he had threesomes in the past, but could only afford one rent boy on this occasion
Drug reference: This email, also sent to Ciaron says he wanted to take cocaine and ketamin with him
Drug reference: This email, also sent to Ciaron says he wanted to take cocaine and ketamin with him
In another exchange, the rent boy asks if he can bring his friend Lucas.
Flowers replied: 'I like him a lot - but I can't afford 2 of you this time! PXx'.
According to his Facebook page Mr Dodds lives in Warrington, Cheshire and is a 'part time model' working in the catering industry.
But the page was taken down after friends began to post messages attacking him for going public about his meetings with Flowers.
He claimed the relationship ended when Flowers refused to pay £2,000 he owed.

August 25, 2013

Potential Replacement to Mayor of San Diego Bob Filner Does The Jerkies at C.H. Men’s Room


Sex scandal appears to be breeding sex scandal in San Diego, as Carl DeMaio, a potential Republican candidate to replace now ex-Mayor Bob Filner, has been accused of openly masturbating in the City Hall men’s room during his time as a city councilman.
“There never has been a public accounting of how during 2009 DeMaio allegedly would leave the San Diego City Council dais during meetings to masturbate in a men’s room—events known by elected officials and suspected by members of the media,” wrote Rex Dalton of VoiceofOC.org, adding:
“In the months before last November’s mayoral election, Ben Hueso, the City Council’s president in 2009, acknowledged to this reporter that he witnessed DeMaio engaging in the practice twice. Hueso, now a Democratic state senator, and others suspected DeMaio’s alleged inappropriate activity was more frequent. Describing the scene that spring when he walked in on DeMaio, who was in front of a urinal with his pants down, Hueso said: ‘DeMaio was masturbating. He jumped, caught by surprise. He jumped to the sink … saying “I’m sorry, I’m sorry” about six times. Then washed his hands, darted out.’”
Dalton wrote that DeMaio’s activities were well-known in San Diego:
“Interviews show DeMaio’s men’s room activities became a joke at City Hall. Councilmen smiled about relief breaks, even gesturing from the dais about who would check the men’s room to see whether the coast was clear. Asked who she thought knew, Emerald said, ‘Everyone,’ from the council to some staff, who even complained to DeMaio’s office.”
DeMaio, who says he may run for Filner’s seat, denies the charges. “If Ben Hueso started this rumor, he embarrasses himself and our great city,” said a spokesman for DeMaio. “This is exactly the kind of gutter politics that has lead to the dysfunction of our political system in San Diego and Washington, D.C. Ben Hueso and his union allies ignored Bob Filner’s serial sexual harassment to keep Carl from winning the mayor’s race and now he’s manufacturing a lie to stop Carl’s momentum.”

July 26, 2013

NY Genitals Fight For Office of Mayor and Snowden Fight Stupidity


 Go ahead and shoot me. It’s hopeless. My War on Stupid is facing defeat on every front.
I open up the New York Times and there’s a page one story about Anthony Weiner, who is now ahead in the race for Mayor of New York.
The article is 17 column inches long. I measured. The entire profile of the candidate – every bumpy, veined inch of it – is about Mr Weiner’s penis.
It is, I admit, a really famous penis. Weiner was a Congressman until two years ago when he resigned because he sent a 21-year-old woman photos of his wiener (modestly bulging from his underpants) via Twitter. Weiner was forced to resign from Congress.
Now he’s back, with a front-runner status conferred by the name-recognition care of the exposure of his jockey shorts.
New York’s school system, with one million students, is desperately screwed up. What is Weiner’s position on privatizing the schools through the “charter” system? The Times won’t tell us. It’s all about Weiner’s weenie. The Timesonly asks voters if they will forgive him for showing young ladies 

By Greg Palast for Vice Magazine

July 18, 2013

VA. Att.Gen. Cuccinelli Wants to Ban ORAL Sex♥Was asked if He Ever Had?

LOCAL TV OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT; LOCAL PRINT OUT (SALEM TIMES REGISTER; FINCASTLE HERALD; CHRISTIANSBURG NEWS MESSENGER; RADFORD NEWS JOURNAL; ROANOKE STAR SENTINEL
Ever happened.^^^^^^^^^^
 BY / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS


Gubernatorial candidate and current Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's new website aims to bring back the state's 'Crimes Against Nature' law.

Cuccinelli's new site, vachildpredators.com, highlights 90 people identified as "sexual predators" in Virginia who "would come off Virginia's sex offender registry if a Virginia law ... is not upheld."
 In March, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals deemed the law invalid in connection with a 2003 Supreme Court ruling that struck down anti-sodomy laws across the country.
Cuccinelli unsuccessfully attempted to challenge the ruling, taking the case to the full 15-judge appellate court and asking the Supreme Court to step in.
The website goes on to state that the law would only be applied "to sodomy committed against minors, against non-consenting adults, or in public," but the law itself states that "if any person carnally knows in any manner any brute animal, or carnally knows any male or female person by the anus or by or with the mouth, or voluntarily submits to such carnal knowledge, he or she shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony."
Polls show that Cuccinelli is running neck and neck for governor with former Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe.
 (MSNBC)Watch O'Donnell's evisceration of the right-wing politician below: 


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