- Fox News host Trey Gowdy requested Madison Cawthorn to again up his controversial claims about a few of DC’s elite.
- Gowdy requested Cawthorn to disclose who was concerned within the drug-taking and orgies or admit that his tales have been made up.
- “My question for the congressman is simply this: Who? Give us the names,” Gowdy mentioned.
Fox News host and former GOP politician Trey Gowdy has requested Rep. Madison Cawthorn to disclose who in DC’s elite did medicine in entrance of him and invited him to intercourse events — or admit that he was mendacity.
“My question for the congressman is simply this: Who? Give us the names,” mentioned Gowdy on the latest episode of his present “Sunday Night in America.”
“If you’re being invited to cocaine parties by colleagues, tell us who invited you? Who used illicit drugs in front of you? Who broke the very laws they passed and expect to us follow?” he requested.
Gowdy added: “Which of your colleagues believes he or she is above the law? Who is doubling as a deviant by night while talking about family values by day?”
The former congressman for South Carolina went on to say that the individuals he had met in Washington throughout his eight years there have been “nothing like what this congressman described.”
“Tim Scott’s idea of a wild time was ordering dessert … Kevin McCarthy did take to us see movies, and one time, he did order butter popcorn if that counts. Joe Kennedy’s nickname was ‘Milk,’ because it was the strongest thing he drank,” mentioned Gowdy, referring to different lawmakers.
He famous that Cawthorn will need to have been “hanging around with the wrong people” in Washington if he had witnessed drug use and been invited to “NC -17 parties.”
Gowdy then requested Cawthorn to call the individuals concerned within the alleged illicit actions.
“Either tell us who you saw doing cocaine and who invited you to sexually explicit parties, or admit what we suspect, which is that you made it up,” the Fox News host added. “And then ask yourself where fairness and honesty fall on the list of qualities we should be looking for in members of Congres.”
Other conservative figures have rebuked Cawthorn for his feedback in March when he claimed that members of Washington’s elite had invited him to orgies and did cocaine in entrance of him. In response, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy additionally reprimanded Cawthorn, saying the North Carolina congressman had misplaced his belief.
Meanwhile, GOP figures like Thom Tillis, a senator from Cawthorn’s dwelling state, are backing one among his main challengers Chuck Edwards. In a assertion, Tillis wrote that Edwards would “never embarrass Western North Carolina with a consistent pattern of juvenile behavior, outlandish statements, and untruthfulness.”
For his half, Cawthorn has blamed the left and the media for making an attempt to “disparage” his Republican colleagues.