BUSTED: Was This Married, Self Righteous, ANTI-Trump, TX Elector An ADULTERY Website Customer?

Published on December 14, 2016

Who’s ‘unfit’ NOW? But should we REALLY expect integrity from a man who’s PERSONAL dealings were such a train wreck?

They called him ‘faithless elector’. Little did they know how accurate that was. It’s a dangerous business announcing yourself as the conscience of the nation. Your OWN life comes under scrutiny.

If what ‘GotNews’ dug up about the guy checks out, it blows his ‘holier than thou’ act all to Hell.

Anti-Trump Texas faithless elector Stephen Christopher “Chris” Suprun, who wrote a widely-shared op-ed in The New York Times about his decision, joined and paid for cheating website Ashley Madison in 2012, using the same address registered to his 9/11 charity, while bankrupt, likely unemployed, and married with three young kids, after he and his working wife owed over $200,000 to multiple creditors — and that’s just the start of it.

GotNews’ research into Suprun’s bizarre and unexplained flip-flop against President-elect Donald J. Trump turned up Ashley Madison data, damning bankruptcy records, and a series of P.O. boxes and what appears to be an association with a payday loan scam site.

They kept digging, and found some other details:

According to the data, Suprun joined Ashley Madison in February 2012, just six months after joint-filing for bankruptcy with his wife, Dianne Michelle Suprun, in September 2011, and paid for an “affair guarantee” in September 2012.

An “affair guarantee”, which costs $249 today, is a discounted “package” for “credits” that allow men to chat with potential cheating partners on the website. Suprun, who had three kids under the age of 10 at the time, listed himself on the site as “attached male seeking female.”

(You can read the full details at the original site.)

Considering his family income at the time was earned entirely by his wife, this could only mean that he used the money his wife earned to pay for this ‘affair guarantee’.

In the unlikely event that any of our readers are taking an interest in that site, you might want to read this article first:

Ashley Madison was a bunch of dudes talking to each other, data analysis suggests

So, the guy spends his wife’s money on a sex site during a bankruptcy process with three little ones at home…

And he wants to lecture US about how fit he thinks TRUMP is to make decisions that affect the entire country?


Looks like you just broke the Irony Meter.

Judgment or character isn’t something you have demonstrated in ANY area of your life. So maybe come down off your soapbox.

Share if this guy should do his job, or step aside for someone who will.