Tale Of Two Scandals: Boebert’s Beetlejuice Date Vs. That Chaturbate Chick From Virginia

Written by Wes Walker on September 18, 2023

The easiest way to show how dishonest the media are in their motives is to compare how they handle two comparable stories relating to opposite ends of the spectrum.

They will invariably find some way to circle the wagons around the liberal, whether excusing bad behavior, justifying bad decisions, or recasting the liberal in that story as a victim… if nothing else, a victim of the hostile right-of-center media. (We’ve all seen a thousand variations of those ‘Republicans pounce’ stories.)

But flip the script, putting a Conservative in a similar situation (or even a milder version) and the knives come out.

We really wouldn’t care which of those two attitudes they brought to their reporting so long as they treated each party with the same degree of deference or disdain. But that is NEVER going to happen. And two stories last week highlighted just how deceitful these journos really are.

First, the Democrat

The first story involved the Democrat who took ‘Virginia is for Lovers’ in a whole new direction. She got busted for making money by doing some really sketchy sex stuff online. We’ll spare you the particulars, but she ramped up the nasty to a whole other level, with the really ‘spicy’ stuff only available in a ‘private room’ online.

Democratic Virginia House of Delegates candidate Susanna Gibson blasted her opponents for engaging in “the worst gutter politics” after videos surfaced of her and her husband performing sex acts online for cash.

Gibson, a 40-year-old mother of two who is running in a hotly contested race to represent the state’s District 57, hosted several live webcam shows on the adult streaming website Chaturbate, the Washington Post revealed in a bombshell report Monday.

The nurse practitioner has since railed against her political opponents, accusing them of engaging in dirty politics. — NYPost

WaPo found the actual videos. While not naming the specific act in that article, they gave a detailed account of what was happening on-screen — appealing for a larger sum of money before she agreed to the specific act. That threshold was apparently met, and she agreed to perform that act with her husband.

They tried to categorize the publication of what she herself put online as a ‘sex crime’.

Gibson takes the lead in addressing viewers on videos viewed by The Post, but in one case her husband, an attorney, chimes in with, “C’mon, guys,” to echo her entreaties for tips.

In a written statement, Gibson called the exposure of the videos “an illegal invasion of my privacy designed to humiliate me and my family.”
“It won’t intimidate me and it won’t silence me,” she said. “My political opponents and their Republican allies have proven they’re willing to commit a sex crime to attack me and my family because there’s no line they won’t cross to silence women when they speak up.”
Daniel P. Watkins, a lawyer for Gibson, said disseminating the videos constitutes a violation of the state’s revenge porn law, which makes it a Class 1 misdemeanor to “maliciously” distribute nude or sexual images of another person with “intent to coerce, harass, or intimidate.” — WaPo

Next, the Republican

Before the ink was dry on the story where the left was wringing their hand over the violations of Gibson’s privacy, there was another story, this one involving Lauren Boebert and her date getting handsy during a musical production in a darkened theatre.

That was typical.

Her guy grabbed her breast. Whatever she did or did not do with his crotch, it was over the clothes.

And are we REALLY going to be lectured about what children are being exposed to by the same folks who get outraged that we DON’T think children should be present for shows that involve twerking or stripper poles, or books giving graphic descriptions of fellatio, digital penetration, and sodomy?

Unfortunately for them, the darkness they thought they had cloaking the discreet acts of consensual adults was no match for the night-vision CCTV cameras looking out at the audience.

Any ‘secret dalliances’ they may or may not have thought they were enjoying was not a secret to whoever was working the camera.

This guy perfectly summarizes the problem with the media responses:

If you’re going to be upset by Boebert getting handsy in a theatre, you should probably think twice before excusing someone who gets naked for nickels… or whatever amount she’s getting paid to do it.

Honestly, neither one of them is really much of a role model for our kids to look up to.

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