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Roger Stone Backs Cawthorn’s Orgy-Gate Account as McCarthy Tries to Silence

'If he starts to name names, it will go all the way to the top, and that is exactly what they fear... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., recently revealed details of a cocaine-filled orgy that he encountered in the swamp that is Washington, DC, suggesting that a number of establishment politicians were present.

Cawthorn originally spread his revelations on the “Warrior Poet Society” show, saying that he was shocked by “the sexual perversion that goes on in Washington.”

That didn’t sit right with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who has lashed out at Cawthorn for breaking ranks with the entrenched DC establishment.

McCarthy this week masterfully attempted to discredit the young congressman, suggesting that he is childish and therefore doesn’t know what he saw, reported National File

“In the interview, he claims he watched people do cocaine,” McCarthy said.

“Now then, when he comes to tell me, he says no — he thinks he saw maybe a staffer in a parking garage from 100 yards away and tells me that he doesn’t know what cocaine is,” McCarthy said.

“I just told him he’s lost my trust,” he lectured.

But Cawthorn has now been backed by Roger Stone, veteran political operative and consigliere, who affirmed the allegations.

“I spent 41 years in the corroded rectum of the two-party system, and I saw this up close,” Stone said on “The Alex Jones Show.”

“Anybody out there who thinks that the ruling elite in Washington D.C., or Malibu, or Manhattan or Hollywood, do not engage in drug-fueled orgies is out of their mind,” Stone said, calling the perversions described in Cawthorn’s allegations “Orgy Gate.”

Jones agreed, pointing out the past sexual exploits of former, long-time Democrat Rep. Barney Frank and his “under-age call boys.”

“The idea that this isn’t going on is preposterous,” Jones said of Cawthorn’s allegations.

Jones also said it’s been long-alleged that McCarthy lives with another man in a shared D.C. condo. Stone confirmed that he’s heard the same, sharing that McCarthy’s housemate is a Republican pollster, “who has the worse toupee I’ve ever seen.” 

Not that Stone claimed to be an innocent angle.

“I was a libertine in my days in Washington, so I attended some of these parties,” Stone conceded.

“But today, I have reaffirmed my faith in Jesus Christ,” he said. “That’s why I feel the power and strength to speak out and tell the truth.

“I know firsthand that these parties happen and I know whose attending them,” he said. “It’s bipartisan, trust me.”

Stone ripped McCarthy for attempting to speak for Cawthorn out of turn and questioned why the senior pol was “so anxious to cover this up.”

“Why is he so anxious to silence this junior member of Congress?” he asked.

“Why are all these RINOs jumping out of the woodwork attacking him? What are they hiding? Were they at some of these parties?”

Stone answered his own question.

“He has truth on his side,” Stone said of Cawthorn, “and that makes him very, very dangerous to the political establishment.

“This is because they have something to hide. It’s so obvious,” Stone said.

“If he starts to name names, it will go all the way to the top, and that is exactly what they fear.”

Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to this report

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