U.S. Representative Madison Cawthorn Discusses The ‘Orgy’ And Cocaine Controversies, Saying He Wasn’t Talking Specifically About His Fellow GOP Lawmakers

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Rookie U.S. representative Madison Cawthorn tried to address the controversy he sparked in Washington, D.C. on Friday, attempting to portray his brief stint in Congress as one marked by cocaine usage, espionage, and sexual depravity.

Cawthorn, R-N.C., didn’t retract his recent remarks in a statement released Friday, although he did try to clarify that he wasn’t referring to his fellow Republicans.

“In Washington, there is corruption and immoral behavior,” Cawthorn, 26, said in a statement published first by Fox News Digital. “It is an undeniable reality.” If you don’t believe that, you haven’t seen the Swamp.

“The left and the media have taken my words on a recent podcast appearance calling out corruption to criticize my Republican colleagues and wrongly suggest their involvement in illegal actions.”

Cawthorn described what he called an offer “to an orgy” in a recent appearance for the “Warrior Poet Society” podcast, claiming that he had been sexually approached by Washington authorities. He also claims to have observed serious drug use and “espionage,” so according to the rookie representative.

Republican politicians all gathered around Cawthorn and reacted angrily to the remarks made by the rookie, demanding to know who said what. To address Cawthorn’s statements, GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., called for a meeting with him.

McCarthy told Axios after the meeting, “I basically told him he’s lost my faith and he’s going to have to earn it back, and I spelled out everything I feel is unbecoming.” “‘You can’t do this again,’ you can’t just say. I mean, he’s made a lot of people extremely angry.” Cawthorn made no apologies in his remarks.

“I’ve been thinking about how to effectively address this situation for several days,” Cawthorn said in a recent statement.  “Washington’s culture is tainted. Human nature has sunk. When other people have the ability to put you in compromising situations, they have influence over you. It’s all about power, but my coworkers and I are battling corruption front on.”

The rookie representative accused his counterparts and the media establishment of attempting to split the Republican Party with his statements.

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“I’m not going to give in to the crowd, and I’m not going to let them prevail,” Cawthorn said. “I’m going to keep battling for a long time.” Cawthorn stated that the Senate requires “genuine, America First, Conservatives.” Rep. Madison Cawthorn endorsed Ohio Senate contender Josh Mandel on Monday, adding yet another national figure to the high-profile GOP battle in the Buckeye State.

Cawthorn, R-N.C., said in a statement, “Josh Mandel is a real Conservative who has proudly battled for America overseas and in public service.” “It’s critical that real, America First Conservatives win a majority in 2022, and I’d want to encourage you to join me in helping Josh in doing so.”

Mandel made a point of saying, “I am thrilled to have Madison’s support for my U.S. Senate candidacy.” “Madison is a leader in the America First movement, and I’m looking forward to joining him and other Conservative Pro-Trump soldiers in the House and Senate in Washington.” Mandel is a former Ohio treasurer and is one of seven republican contenders who is constantly competing to replace retiring Senator Rob Portman in a turbulent political primary.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., is another high-profile Trump-aligned House member who has not endorsed Cawthorn. J.D. Vance, the author of Hillbilly Elegy, had her support. Other Republican contenders, such as former Ohio GOP chairwoman Jane Timken, state senator Matt Dolan, and venture investor Mike Gibbons, are all regarded potential candidates and have received support from other state and national Republicans.

“We need warriors with backbone and courage who are fearless of the radical Left and focused on promoting President Trump’s America First agenda this fall,” Mandel said of Cawthorn’s backing. “That is exactly what I want to accomplish in the United States Senate.”

Mandel also has the support of Republican Senators Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming and Mike Lee of Utah, as well as former Trump national security advisor Michael Flynn and a number of other conservative organizations and media figures.

“I am certain that I will be elected as Ohio’s next senator. I am the only candidate who has consistently supported President Trump and his America First agenda “During a CPAC interview, Josh Mandel said Fox News.

Let’s not forget that, just before the “coke-and-orgies” affair, he was chastised by his Republican colleagues for labeling Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy a “thug” who favors “woke ideals.” In the same week, he was also charged with driving on a revoked license.

“I believe that driving without a license is a statement that says, ‘I can do anything I want, the law doesn’t apply to me.’ One former fan told The New York Times, “That’s not the sort of person I want representing me.”

Cawthorn has little goodwill among his coworkers, who continue to cover for him as he adds to the disaster he’s made. Cawthorn still has Trump’s support to rely on as he seeks to hold on to his post in the primary next month.

McCarthy, on the other hand, has demonstrated that he’s prepared to let the freshman go if a better alternative emerges. If Cawthorn becomes one of the youngest ex-congressmen in history in autumn, I suspect there will be many tears shed among the GOP caucus.

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