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Madison Cawthorn says he has been invited to ‘orgies’ in DC and cocaine use is rife

North Carolina Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn said the ‘sexual perversion’ and drug use at the nation’s capitol on popular TV show House of Cards is just like what he sees in Washington, D.C. 

Cawthorn, 26, was asked during an interview with the Warrior Poet Society how closely his experience on Capitol Hill aligns with the Netflix series, specifically its elements of ‘corruption, power, money and perversion.’ 

Cawthorn said that the her once heard a former president say the only thing that was unrealistic about the show was that Congress would ever be able to pass a piece of legislation that quickly, and he agreed with the sentiment. 

‘The sexual perversion that goes on in Washington … being kind of a young guy in Washington where the average age is probably 60 or 70, I look at all these people – a lot of them who I’ve looked up to throughout my life … then all of a sudden you get invited to like, ‘well hey we’re going to have kind of a sexual get together at one of our homes. You should come,’ like, what did you just ask me to come to? And then you realize they’re asking you to come to an orgy.’ 

Cawthorn, 26, was asked during an interview with the Warrior Poet Society how closely his experience on Capitol Hill aligns with House of Cards, specifically its elements of ‘corruption, power, money and perversion’

Cawthorn said that he once heard a former president say the only thing that was unrealistic about the Netflix show was that Congress would ever be able to pass a piece of legislation that quickly, and he agreed with the sentiment

Cawthorn said that he once heard a former president say the only thing that was unrealistic about the Netflix show was that Congress would ever be able to pass a piece of legislation that quickly, and he agreed with the sentiment

‘There’s some of the people that are leading the movement to try and remove addiction in our country and then you watch them doing, you know, a key bump of cocaine in front of you and it’s like wow, this is wild.’ 

Cawthorn, a staunch conservative not known for his friends across the aisle, is seemingly accusing his fellow Republicans of the illicit behavior. 

The ‘former president’ Cawthorn referred to seems to be President Bill Clinton. 

In 2015, actor Kevin Spacey, the lead on House of Cards, said that he and Clinton were close friends and play poker together. Spacey told Gotham Magazine at the time that Clinton had told him the show was accurate. 

Cawthorn, a staunch conservative not known for his friends across the aisle, is seemingly accusing his fellow Republicans of the illicit behavior. He has recently sparked controversy for calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and 'alcoholic' and Ukrainian President Zelensky a 'thug'

Cawthorn, a staunch conservative not known for his friends across the aisle, is seemingly accusing his fellow Republicans of the illicit behavior. He has recently sparked controversy for calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and ‘alcoholic’ and Ukrainian President Zelensky a ‘thug’

‘Kevin, 99 percent of what you do on that show is real. The 1 percent you get wrong is you could never get an education bill passed that fast,’ Clinton told Spacey, according to the actor’s comments to the magazine. 

Earlier this month Cawthorn suggested that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is an alcoholic.  

Cawthorn said of the California Democrat at a campaign event: ‘I’ll tell you I have to work with her every single day so please do pray for me. The theories of alcoholism are very true and it’s very sad,’ he said, according to video posted by Patriot Takes.

His line got chuckles during the event.

Pelosi, 81, doesn’t drink, and hasn’t for years. Her daughter Christine attacked prior slurs about her mom’s alleged alcoholism in 2019, tweeting: ‘Republicans and their conservative allies have been pumping this despicable fake meme for years! Now they are caught.

‘#FactCheck: Madam Speaker doesn’t even drink alcohol!’

Also last month a video surfaced showing Cawthorn calling Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky a ‘thug’. He said his government was ‘corrupt, incredibly evil’ and ‘pushing woke ideologies’.

He appeared to be discussing the US sending military aid to Ukraine before lashing out at leaders in Kyiv — who refused to flee the country despite reports that many are on a Russian ‘kill list’ including Zelensky and his family. 

In December 2021, Cawthorn announced that he and his CrossFit athlete wife Cristina Bayardelle were getting a divorce after just eight months together.

‘When Cristina and I were engaged, I was not a member of Congress. I felt called to serve and we both agreed that I should run. Our victory was unprecedented, but overnight our lives changed,’ he said in a statement posted by his spokesman.

‘That change has been both hectic and difficult, it’s neither the pace nor the lifestyle we had planned for.’

'Madison is amazing – we’ve had an incredible journey together. Our marriage, like every marriage, has had its difficulties,' she said

'The lifestyle shift into public life has been strenuous, and many aspects of the transition have been unexpected,' she said

In December 2021, Cawthorn announced that he and his CrossFit athlete wife Cristina Bayardelle were getting a divorce after just eight months together 


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