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Madison Cawthorn lands starring role in his very own ethics investigation

Fresh off the heels of his embarrassing defeat in last week’s North Carolina GOP primary, soon-to-be-ex-congressman Madison Cawthorn just landed a starring role in his very own ethics investigation.Related: Five former campaign volunteers spill the tea about Madison Cawthorn just in time for primary dayThe House Committee on Ethics just announced that it’s launching an inquiry to determine whether the anti-LGBTQ lawmaker was involved in financial improprieties or engaged in an “improper relationship” with a staffer.Related: Lauren Boebert is having a terrible day on Twitter and it’s all Madison Cawthorn’s fault“The Investigative Subcommittee shall have jurisdiction to determine whether Representative Madison Cawthorn may have: improperly promoted a cryptocurrency in which he may have had an undisclosed financial interest, and engaged in an improper relationship with an individual employed on his congressional staff,” the committee said in a statement yesterday.BREAKING: The House Ethics Committee is investigating Madison Cawthorn. Let's hope they can finish their investigation before he's out of Congress.

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Madison Cawthorn reveals new mission in life, crosses to dark side
Related: Madison Cawthorn reacts to losing GOP Primary in North CarolinaWhen his defeat became apparent, in a show of magnanimity, Cawthorn congratulated his victorious opponent, State Senator Chuck Edwards, and encouraged Republicans to rally behind him.It seems that magnanimity did not last long.Cawthorn, whose one-term career as a representative was marked by controversy and scandal, was back on social media yesterday.First, he posted a cryptic message stating: “The best is yet to come.”The best is yet to come.— Madison Cawthorn (@CawthornforNC) May 19, 2022He followed this with a lengthy message thanking fellow far-right lawmakers and other so-called patriots who had supported him, even “when it was not politically profitable.” An accompanying image of names included Tucker Carlson, Steven Bannon, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, President Donald Trump, Rand Paul, Charlie Kirk, and the NRA, among others.“These are honorable men and women who are the type of friends anyone yearns to have,” Cawthorn claimed.“There are other National figures who I believe are patriots, but I am on a mission now to expose those who say and promise one thing yet legislate and work towards another, self-profiteering, globalist goal.“The time for gentile politics as usual has come to an end. It’s time for the rise of the new right, it’s time for Dark MAGA to truly take command,” he continued, invoking the spirit of Darth Vader.“We have an enemy to defeat, but we will never be able to defeat them until we defeat the cowardly and weak members of our own party.
Meghan McCain had an even worse weekend than Madison Cawthorn
How was your weekend? It was probably better than Meghan McCain‘s.Meghan–who is John McCain’s daughter, in case anyone forgot–was completely obliterated by Steve Schmidt on Twitter.It all started when the Washington Examiner reported that her new book “Bad Republican” has only sold 244 copies since its hardcover release last month.Related: Meghan McCain outdoes herself yet again in latest attempt at being basicWhen Schmidt pointed out this piece of factual information, Meghan responded in typical Meghan fashion… by liking a tweet someone wrote falsely accusing him being a pedophile.And that’s when John McCain’s 2008 campaign manager went off, declaring the former The View co-host a “spoiled rotten, entitled bully” and “fourth generation wannabe” who is wholly “unaccomplished” in life.“Everyone who has ever worked with Meghan McCain from ABC, The View, Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg and a thousand others have seen the unfiltered version of what the whole of America has seen,” Schmidt wrote, recalling the time he had her kicked off the McCain campaign’s plane in 2008 “because of her outrageous behavior.”But that was just the opening act.“I was the first adult that Meghan McCain ever encountered that she heard the word NO from,” he continued in a new thread about the then-24-year-old. “I told her she was unimportant and that the Presidential election wasn’t about her.”From there, Schmit detailed how Meghan’s own father “was appalled” by her behavior on the campaign trail.
Madison Cawthorn’s weird sex scandal just took an even weirder turn
It looks like anti-LGBTQ congressman Madison Cawthorn‘s weird sex scandal isn’t going away anytime soon.After House minority leader Kevin McCarthy warned the 26-year-old this week that has “got to turn himself around” following his appearance on the Warrior Poet Society podcast, where he bragged about how he’s been invited to all sorts of cocaine-fueled sex parties in Washington, D.C., GOP Sen. Thom Tillis endorsed Cawthorn’s primary opponent, Chuck Edwards.Related: Madison Cawthorn’s mission to destroy his career makes significant progress“Unfortunately, Madison Cawthorn has fallen well short of the most basic standards Western North Carolina expects from their representatives, and voters now have several well-qualified candidates to choose from who would be a significant improvement,” Tillis said in a statement yesterday.“I believe [state Sen.] Chuck Edwards is the best choice,” he added, noting that Edwards “puts his constituents first” and is a “hardworking conservative leader”.Madison Cawthorn affirms Washington DC is like the movie House of Cards and said people that he’s looked up his whole life who are now in their 60’s or 70’s have invited him to an orgy at their home and others have done cocaine in front of him.
Madison Cawthorn’s latest tweet has us wondering how this guy is even a real person
Madison Cawthorn took a break from bashing Rachel Maddow this week (more on that in a moment) to say something really stupid about voting rights on Twitter.There’s been a lot of talk about the issue lately, with President Biden giving two major speeches about it this week and the Senate set to debate both the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act sometime next week.Related: Ex-LGBTQ ally Tulsi Gabbard is having a meltdown over voting rights, which she apparently opposesBut Cawthorn, bless his heart, doesn’t seem to get what all the fuss is about. Especially when the issue of vaccine passports seems to be dividing the nation.“Please don’t tell me asking for a photo ID to vote in elections is racist while simultaneously supporting vaccine passports just to eat inside a restaurant,” the 26-year-old Nazi enthusiast tweeted.Please don't tell me asking for a photo ID to vote in elections is racist while simultaneously supporting vaccine passports just to eat inside a restaurant.— Madison Cawthorn (@CawthornforNC) January 12, 2022OK, first, voter ID laws are a vestige of the Jim Crow era that Republicans continue to use to disenfranchise low income and minority voters who might otherwise vote for Democrats.Second, vaccine passports are easily obtainable documents that anyone can get by simply walking into their local Walgreens and asking the pharmacist for a free COVID shot.(BTW, if you need help finding where to get a COVID-19 vaccine near you, click HERE.)And, third, this is a false equivalency.