Congressman Who Claimed DC Elites Invited Him to Orgies Will Face Dressing Down

Republican Congressman Madison Cawthorn is set to receive a dressing down from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy after he claimed on a podcast that DC elites invited him to sex orgies.

As we highlighted yesterday, Cawthorn made the astounding comments during the Warrior Poet Society podcast when he agreed with the host that House of Cards was more like a documentary than a work of fiction.

“I look at all these people, a lot of them that I’ve looked up to through my life, I’ve always paid attention to politics. Then all of the sudden you get invited to: ‘Well hey we’re going to have kind of a sexual get together at one of our homes, you should come,” said Cawthorn.

“I’m like: ‘What did you just ask me to come to?” he continued. “Then you realize they are asking you to come to an orgy.”

Cawthorn also revealed that he saw lawmakers involved in anti-addiction campaigns sniffing coke.

For the sin of speaking about Eyes Wide Shut-style elitist orgies, Cawthorn will now face heat from within his own party.

After Rep. Steve Womack and other Republicans complained in a meeting that they were being “grilled” by the media about the claims, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said he “wants a word” with Rep. Cawthorn.

According to the Hill, Cawthorn’s colleagues are challenging him to name names.

“Womack said many of his colleagues weren’t exactly wild, hitting the sack at 9 p.m. and still using fax machines and flip phones, the outlet said,” reports the New York Post.

“He criticized Cawthorn — who was not at the meeting — for lumping everyone together with his accusations of craven behavior, reports said.”

The fact that some Republican lawmakers don’t attend such parties doesn’t constitute proof that they are not happening and there is no apparent benefit to Cawthorn in making up the claims.

Indeed, during his comments, Cawthorn didn’t specifically say it was only Republicans who were inviting him to the orgies.

The notion of powerful politicians attending sordid sex and drug parties is hardly a wild conspiracy theory, in fact it’s an open secret.

Expensive sex clubs where the rich and famous go to engage in utter debauchery exist in virtually every major city in the west, so why similar activity wouldn’t take place at private homes is anyone’s guess.

The entire Jeffrey Epstein scandal was also predicated around girls being sex trafficked for the enjoyment of the wealthy political class.