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Senate Rocked By Sex Scandal

Is it a crime to have sex in the U.S. Capitol? That is what police are investigating after a sex tape leaked of two men engaged in sex acts inside a hearing room in Senate Offices.

This is inappropriate and disrespectful to our government, yes, but it should come as no surprise. President Biden was accused of violating his staffer Tara Reade just outside his offices. She reported the attack and lost her job for it. Former congressman Madison Cawthorn said last year that he’d been invited to many “orgies” involving Washington politicians. He posted “I told you” on X after this news broke.

So is this a one-off or is there an actual pervasive perversion amongst politicians? I’m leaning towards the latter.

One of the men involved in the tape has been identified as a staffer for Maryland Senator Ben Cardin, a Democrat. He is 24 year-old Aidan Maese-Czeropski who reportedly posted the photos and videos himself. Senator Cardin says that this staffer has been dismissed and “will have no further comment on this personnel matter.”

Maese-Czerposki posted on LinkedIn that he’s being “attacked for who I love to pursue a political agenda.” Well, is it about the gay sex part or is it just about the sex part? It is illegal to have any kind of sex in public.

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