Friday, December 1, 2023

Ex-Penn State Professor, Hillary Clinton Donor, Arrested for Diddling a Dog

'I do it to blow off steam...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) A longstanding Democrat Party donor who contributed to Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential bid was arrested Tuesday at his home for having sex with a dog in a public forest. The Hillary fan, Themis Matsoukas, was also a former Penn State University professor.

The political donations of 64-year-old Matsoukas indicated that he’s been donating to Democrats for a very long time. In 2004, he gave $500 to John Kerry for President — the very first time he gave his money to a politician. In 2016, he donated $50 to Hillary [Clinton] for America. Additionally, between August 2019 and February 2020, he donated $331 to [Elizabeth] Warren for President.

The former professor was also regularly donating his money to the left-wing PAC ActBlue, giving the political organization more than $1,000 between 2010 and 2020. The political money funnel ActBlue supports Democrat candidates, leftist organizations and radical activist non-profits.

According to the Post Millennial, Matsoukas was arrested and charged with open lewdness, indecent exposure, sexual intercourse with an animal, animal cruelty and disorderly conduct after he was spotted on trail cams naked with his collie in Rothrock State Forest.

After the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources rangers captured a man engaging in lewd behavior with a dog near a park restroom, they opened their investigation in April.

Matsoukas was identified in May after returning to the park, when his Subaru matched a vehicle spotted in the previous footage.

“I’m done, I’m dead. You don’t understand. I do it to blow off steam,” he told the investigators while they were searching his home.

He then asked them to shoot him by saying that he “needs” to die.

Before Penn State University announced he had been “relieved of his responsibilities and is on leave,” Matsoukas was a chemical engineering professor for 30 years at the university.

Matsoukas’s hearing is scheduled for July 19 of this year.

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