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[–]grabmorestuff 992 points993 points  (236 children)

Oh man, Jefferey, Maxwell ... now this guy, these people are sick

[–]Wildcat-Jim 672 points673 points  (196 children)

You are forgetting Trump, Giulliani, and many more people also haha

[–]sicurri 174 points175 points  (87 children)

You know, Republicans like to project their crimes outward, I've noticed that the Republicans who make the most noise about a crime, are normally the ones committing them. Like prostitution, pedophilia, and this isn't a crime but for their congregation it generally an unwritten law for them, homosexual acts that lean towards gay prostitution which is illegal. Actually in some states I believe Sodomy is still illegal.

My point is they tend to project their crimes outwards. Like I'm almost certain a percentage of those qanon folks are pedos because they scream about it so much...

[–]born2drum 113 points114 points  (23 children)

This behavior is called “reaction formation” and is taught in psychology. Boiled down, it’s outwardly condemning something that you secretly endorse or engage in, or wish to engage in.

Edit: I should note it’s labeled as a defense mechanism and is considered unhealthy behavior.

[–]thepartsgod 21 points22 points  (4 children)

Q revealed himself as the son of pedophile kiddie porn king Jim Watkins.

[–]beckoning_cat 23 points24 points  (7 children)

Don't forget Gym Jordan looking the other way so the coach could rape vulnerable boys in the locker room.

Edit: wrong name

[–]ColosalDisappointMan 1969 points1970 points  (186 children)

Wasn't he the only person in Congress to vote against a human trafficking bill?

[–]leon_oswald 769 points770 points  (93 children)

He also looked to seek a blanket pardon days before Trump left office.

[–]Successful-Bat5301 153 points154 points  (7 children)

"So, boss, err... I mean, not that I need one for sex trafficking or anything silly like that, but I was thinking a blanket pardon might be nice? You know, in case I do a minor, totally not sex offender-related oopsie now, in my past trip to the Bahamas or for future trips or something."

[–]imdaMANimal 133 points134 points  (10 children)

Good to see all the Matt Gaetz child sex trafficker defenders have shown up. Not a peep when Q fucks scream completely unfounded allegations about a democratic deep state satanic child trafficking cabal, but here they are to cry about passing judgement without evidence when there’s an actual investigation into a representative of their own party. So prudent.

[–]Nickapus 389 points390 points  (46 children)

Can’t wait to watch this one play out completely. Should be great

[–]fantoman 214 points215 points  (32 children)

I’m still waiting for just ONE of the Trump investigations to finish and provide some justice. Ugh

[–]DonnieJuniorsEmails 114 points115 points  (20 children)

They're going to release Obama's real birth certificate VERY soon, so that will completely nullify everything Obama ever did, and also that will expose Hillary's derp state so they can finally LockHerUp, and just 2 weeks after that, they will release their healthcare reform plan, probably around the same time they announce the 187th Infrastructure Week, and if you just donate a little more money to the "stop the steal" then they'll be able to file lawsuit #61 which will really stick it to those libs this time.

[–]UnwashedApple 33 points34 points  (8 children)

And when Rudy goes to court over Dominion he can finally present all his overwhelming evidence & the election will have to be overturned.

[–]DonnieJuniorsEmails 22 points23 points  (3 children)

I really want Rudy to keep representing trumplethinskin in court, as often as possible.

While he's at it, let him be Matt Gaetz's lawyer for his impending child rape trafficking ring charges coming soon.

[–]Mockingjay_LA 21 points22 points  (7 children)

Can you pass the popcorn? Do you want some of my Milk Duds?

[–]Dot_Classic 125 points126 points  (7 children)

Gaetz got into politics to try criming at a higher level. He forgot the spotlight that comes with power can expose a lot of sins.

[–]Mt838373 47 points48 points  (3 children)

Gaetz is the perfect example of what happens when you never face consequences and there is someone there to bail you out and immediately hand you another $25,000 to get back on your feet.

[–]Alantsu 1780 points1781 points  (419 children)

And he’s giving a speech at Trump Doral to Women for Trump. Not kidding.

[–]AdkRaine11 709 points710 points  (302 children)

The hypocrisy that members of the GOP display on a near daily basis is astounding. How do these 2 faced liars sleep at night? And none of them can have real faith in a God - how could they face him or just maybe, her?

[–]pjr032 536 points537 points  (98 children)

How do these 2 faced liars sleep at night?

Soundly, like fucking babies. That's the problem, they are rotten pieces of shit to their core.

And none of them can have real faith in a God - how could they face him or just maybe, her?

None of them have real faith, it's just a vehicle to get votes and radicalize your base.

[–]TreeChangeMe 197 points198 points  (55 children)

It's also a coat to wear when it rains. They know people will stand by them regardless of how mendacious they are.

The most insane part of all of it. Radical Christians will Bible thump god to protect these shitbags

[–]pjr032 77 points78 points  (32 children)

Definitely I agree, then when called out on their bullshit they can claim "persecution for their beliefs". Amazing how much of a one way street that statement tends to be.

[–]Switchmisty9 26 points27 points  (10 children)

TO BE FAIR - the Bible very much advocates child brides....

[–]nizamlong12 37 points38 points  (16 children)

Wish Matt Gaetz would meet this Oregon dad who mercilessly beat down a pedophile who approached him while exposing himself in a public park.

[–]greenroom628 29 points30 points  (1 child)

Radical Christians will Bible thump god to protect these shitbags

And if said shitbags are found guilty, will scream for their forgiveness as per their "religion"

[–]TheDunadan29 4 points5 points  (1 child)

One of the most annoying arguments I heard defending Trump from a religious perspective was, "sometimes God uses wicked men to fulfill his purposes." Right, but only if the wicked man is a Republican?

[–]Wildcat-Jim 99 points100 points  (85 children)

Thats the problem, just like boebert and that crazy racist GOP bitch with the husband thats a pedo. They hide their racism and hypocrisy behind religion.

[–]AdkRaine11 131 points132 points  (65 children)

Boebert has the pedo husband. Greene was porking most of the staff at her gym while married (and maybe still is?). Gotta keep the members of the “Party of Family Values” straight.

[–]hereforthefeast 148 points149 points  (47 children)

Obama: has 2 daughters with his wife of 15+ years

Republicans: what savages are they

Trump: has 5 children with 3 wives he’s all cheated on

Republicans: what a perfect Christian family man

[–]PublicAdmin_1 12 points13 points  (0 children)

That's it in a nutshell (nutshell, lol!). It's sanctimony and nothing more. They aren't interested in helping others, just themselves. They aren't interested in the good of the people, just in getting their share. They're interested in people who are willing to conform to their standards and they are so worried that they're a dying breed, they flagrantly lie and cheat to keep a foothold. Their supporters love them because they are told their ignorance and bigotry are fine and that everyone else's disgust is the real problem. Not sure when the republican party completely went off the rails (reagan?), but it continues to get worse. When the Dems finally get a president in the WH, they spend YEARS cleaning up the messes left by the previous administration only to be wrongfully vilified by the right for doing nothing of value. Hate is a strong word, but I'm getting close...

[–]nlpnt 45 points46 points  (3 children)

Obama: has 2 daughters with his wife of 15+ years

Republicans: what savages are they

Sounds about white to me.

[–]Acrobatic-Doubt5408 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Your use of "Party of Family Values" is impeccable

[–]airplane_porn 43 points44 points  (3 children)

I know you’ve already been told that these are both Lauren Boebert, but it’s especially gross because her husband drunkenly exposed his dick to a group of underage girls in a bowling alley. That group was Lauren and her friends. She then went on to marry him...

[–]BasicLEDGrow 7 points8 points  (0 children)

The heart wants what the heart wants.

[–]tgrantt 10 points11 points  (0 children)

I use

"B for brunette, B for Boebert. Green is blonde." From TGrantT's Guide to Discerning Idiots.

[–]StipulatedBoss 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Propaganda is a helluva drug.

[–]vonBoomslang 7 points8 points  (5 children)

how could they face him or just maybe, her?

A burning certainty that they are special and more important than anybody else

[–]BrownEggs93 38 points39 points  (13 children)

Women for Trump.

Something tells me, because I have met these women, is that they absolutely do not care. They really, somehow, some way, do not care.

[–]GrannyWW 21 points22 points  (2 children)

‘Cause they’re superior to women of color in their racist vile minds. That’s all that matters.

[–]cute_but_lethal 29 points30 points  (12 children)

How do I get tickets to this event so that I can troll it?

[–]i-need-some_milk 25 points26 points  (4 children)

Republican women are ok with men treating them as inferior, they like it, so good for them

[–]Alantsu 25 points26 points  (3 children)

This is still an ongoing influence from the Klan days. As kids they were taught a hierarchy... white men, white women, then minorities. They were taught as long as they follow this structure the klan would allow them to be protected and allowed to be successful, fight the structure and the klan will destroy you. This has been passed down for generations. Support the hierarchy then you succeed, fight it and you lose your spot.

[–]DrMeatBomb 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Pretty much applies to all social conservatism tbh

[–]wraith825 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I bet it's at least 300 yds away from the nearest school.

[–]cphusker 91 points92 points  (11 children)

This guy looks like every frat boy douche portrayed in bad movies. The smarmy, self-satisfied, Chad/Trent/Brantley asshole that you'd like to punch in the mouth.

[–]FletchForPresident 23 points24 points  (5 children)

Chad/Trent/Brantley

Cobra Kai has introduced me to the name Kyler, which we should probably include in that list. I'm pretty sure the writers sat at the table brainstorming for hours to come up with the douchiest name they could for that character. In my humble opinion, they succeeded.

[–]ChurchOfTheBrokenGod 861 points862 points  (140 children)

Doesn't Goetz also live with a teenage fuck-boi he 'adopted'.

[–]Skater_7 315 points316 points  (17 children)

I forgot about that, but youre totally right!

[–]cultured_banana_slug 263 points264 points  (14 children)

GOP: OMG they're erasing the sexual expression of a plastic potato!!! Be outraged about that!

[–]StipulatedBoss 26 points27 points  (1 child)

Fighting the real battles.

[–]hennytime 126 points127 points  (17 children)

Possible alternative theory: he knocked some one up and he is really his son...

[–]InsertCoinForCredit 176 points177 points  (14 children)

Possible alternative theory: he knocked some one up raped a girl and he is really his son...

[–]hennytime 68 points69 points  (10 children)

This is more accurate and odds are it was an underaged girl, too.

[–]Returd4 47 points48 points  (8 children)

If the story is to be believed she was 14 at the time

[–]Billdozer5 144 points145 points  (35 children)

Idk If it’s been debunked or not, but wasn’t there questions on whether it is his son from an alleged sexual relationship with a minor when he was 19?

[–]SamuraiJackBauer 66 points67 points  (15 children)

Going theory is that he knocked up her mom as a teenager and it’s actually his son.

Seems plausible based on reality

[–]Teenage-Mustache 43 points44 points  (1 child)

Maybe he’s the mark that he sends to recruit young girls. Nothing is more convincing to an angry, lonely, impressionable teenager like a cute boy. Hmmm...

[–]ScottieWP 20 points21 points  (3 children)

How dare you! That is his not-at-all-legally adopted son, who has a real family.

[–]Loki-L 68 points69 points  (10 children)

Please note that the mugshot is not from his current legal troubles but an old one from 2008 when he was stopped driving erratically and with a half full and empty bottles of mouthwash in his car, declined a sobriety test and had his state senator dad make the whole thing go away.

[–]kejigoto 176 points177 points  (34 children)

Gaetz is one of trump's biggest defenders in DC.

trump is the only one to wish Ghislaine well in her trial for trafficking children into a sex trade and her boyfriend was killed in federal custody on trump's watch which he immediately turned around and tried to blame the Clinton's with baseless conspiracy theories...

And also has ties to Epstein and the pedophile island including a former lawsuit alledging trump and Epstein raped a 13 year old girl together and actually fought over her got to take her virginity.

Just a weird ring of pedophilia happening right out in the open with the GOP's approval.

Cause they really love kids.

[–]PaperHandLuke 71 points72 points  (10 children)

trump is the only one to wish Ghislaine well in her trial for trafficking children into a sex trade

I think it was pretty clear that when Trump "wished her well" he was saying "I hope you're smart enough to not be a rat, so we won't kill you in prison."

[–]CarpeNivem 33 points34 points  (3 children)

I don't care what he meant. I care that the supposed #savethechildren crowd took no issue with someone who told a known child sex trafficker he wished her well.

[–]jemminger 21 points22 points  (1 child)

This guy, and Fucker Carlson. Name a more punchable duo.

[–]Mental_Medium3988 459 points460 points  (83 children)

What was ted cruz doing in cancun?

I'm not suggesting anything just asking questions.

[–]thecrusadeswereahoax 217 points218 points  (24 children)

Obviously nobody can say that Ted Cruz is a sex criminal but there are people saying it. Important people.

[–]sick_shooter 114 points115 points  (16 children)

Many people are saying it.

[–]HiImEdie 47 points48 points  (1 child)

All the best people are saying it

[–]willflameboy 63 points64 points  (1 child)

It's actually the biggest scandal in the history of our country. He should be in jail. Wow, it's easy isn't it.

[–]sonor_ping 27 points28 points  (3 children)

You cannot just say that criminal activity occurred, you must have evidence.

Unless it's voter fraud

[–]GrannyWW 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Stumbled on OAN in a hotel last week. Oh My! That stuff is all bats*** crazy spewed my blond skinny women in red sleeveless dresses. Truly nauseating.

[–]St4ySilent 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I also agree that u/Mental_Medium3988 is an important person.

[–]Sundae_Gurl 119 points120 points  (29 children)

He was there with his family. He’s just an evil dope, whereas Gaetz is an evil sexual deviant.

[–]HughJareolas 22 points23 points  (5 children)

He was sex trafficking his family?!

[–]lexypher 20 points21 points  (0 children)

As a member of the sexual deviant community, I resent the association and would refute his membership.

[–]lostinthesauceband 93 points94 points  (0 children)

You should not make the mistake of underestimating the zodiac killer

[–]Educational_Basis577 40 points41 points  (11 children)

Let’s not give sexual deviants a bad name here.

[–]nightpanda893 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I don’t know if I’d even call him a dope. He knew it wouldn’t threaten his job or bother his supporters. He’s not stupid, he just knows he can do what he wants without consequences.

[–]charoco 7 points8 points  (1 child)

You won't believe the stuff my investigators have found in Cancun.

[–]fubarspeaks 37 points38 points  (3 children)

Butthead did done bad...

[–]SheikhYusufBiden 18 points19 points  (2 children)

He's so fucking ugly holy shit. Like he looks unevolved with his brow ridge and nose

[–]Blaklollipop 42 points43 points  (7 children)

He looks like a registered sex offender. They don't treat them very well in prisons.

[–]HostOrganism 12 points13 points  (1 child)

Correction: he looks like a sidewalk caricaturist's take on a registered sex offender. He looks like a registered sex offender would look if he had a balloon for a head.

[–]transkidsrock 15 points16 points  (5 children)

He and basically all of the entire Republican Party belong in prison.

[–]Fhtagnyatta 9 points10 points  (0 children)

A disturbingly large number of gop politicians have been convicted of underaged sex crimes.