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AOC Visits an X-Rated Burlesque Show

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by GoodTidings, Jul 9, 2019.

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    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her Green New Deal proposal were welcomed at a celebration over the weekend.

    A source tells PEOPLE the congresswoman was at McKittrick Hotel’s Club Car for the late night XX-rated burlesque show “Bartschland Follies” with her boyfriend Riley Roberts on Friday evening.

    After her arrival, Ocasio-Cortez, 29, was greeted by crowds cheering “Green New Deal!” and “AOC!”

    “You are all beautiful,” she told the audience and show’s cast when she was invited up on stage during the event, which was hosted by nightlife icon Susanne Bartsch.

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    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Greeted at X-Rated Burlesque Show by Chants of 'Green New Deal!'
     
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    HOW MANY TIMES HAS TRUMP CHEATED ON HIS WIVES? HERE'S WHAT WE KNOW
    How many times has Trump cheated on his wives? Here's what we know

    Wall Street Journal article on Friday alleged that President Donald Trump cheated on his wife, Melania, with a porn star—and it wasn't the first time Trump has been in the center of a public cheating scandal or experienced fallout over his behavior toward women.

    Below is a look back at some of the most public cheating scandals Trump reportedly has been involved in.

    Ivana Trump (1977-1992)

    Trump's first marriage imploded on the covers of all of New York's tabloids after he brazenly took his mistress, Marla Maples, on a family vacation in Aspen along with his wife, Ivana, and attempted to hide her away until she approached Ivana and said, "I'm Marla and I love your husband. Do you?"

    A famous issue of the New York Post in 1990 featured a quote from Maples plastered across its front page—"Best sex I ever had!" referring to Donald—while he was still married to Ivana. Trump famously pushed the story forward and called the tabloids to make sure his name stayed in the papers. At the time, he was a prominent New York real estate figure, but not known for much more than that.

    In a recent memoir, titled Raising Trump, Ivana refers to the mistress as "freaking Marla."

    Marla Maples (1993-1999)

    When Trump was dating his one-time mistress, Marla Maples, he famously posed as his own spokesman, "John Miller," and told a People reporter that he'd never marry Maples, and that he had "three other girlfriends" at the time.

    Melania Trump (2005-present)

    President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron Trump return to the White House after their stay at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, on January 1, in Washington, D.C.GETTY/CHRIS KLEPONIS
    The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Trump's lawyer had allegedly paid a porn star, Stephanie Clifford, over $130,000 for her silence about the alleged affair they had in 2006, one year after Trump married Melania.

    Clifford, 38, goes by the name "Stormy Daniels" in the adult film industry, and said she had a sexual encounter with Trump at a celebrity golf tournament. Trump denied the allegations.

    Related: Did Donald Trump Cheat on Melania?

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    The Wall Street Journal also reported on another alleged affair in November of 2016—one in the same year, 2006, as the alleged affair with Clifford. The woman in that case was Karen McDougal, the 1998 Playmate of the Year. Trump's staff denied the allegations. The report focused on the agreement between McDougal and the National Enquirer, which paid her $150,000 for the story, and then never printed it.

    Trump's Alleged Sexual Harassment:

    Nineteen women have come forward to accuse Trump of sexual harassment. The public allegations range from the 1980s to 2013, and they include former contestants on The Apprentice, an adult film star, a journalist at People Magazine, a journalist at Fox News and many others. Many of those incidents reportedly happened while Trump was married.
     
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    There ya have it once again. Liberals always do the "well we do it but so do you".
     
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    So what? We have sitting members of Congress attending a Burlesque show and supporting terrorism. No one cares about Trump's adultery. Adultery is regular occurrence in this country. Dems had no outrage over Clinton's adulty with Monica Lewinsky. Most Americans could not care less about Trump's adultery prior to him being president.

    Democrats are okay with murdering babies AFTER they are born, they are the party of gay marriage.

    Democrat controlled cities are full of feces on the sidewalks, the Bubonic plague, syringes on the streets, and have the most gun violence.

    The Democrat party is sleazy, filthy and downright evil. The Democrats support terrorism and are unfit to run this country.
     
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    Why is attending an X-rated show (not XX as said here) worse than adultery? Who is supporting terrorism?
     
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    I didn't say it was worse. I am saying that people who are outraged at Trump's affairs years BEFORE he was president are simply displaying a fake outrage. AOC is visiting XX-rated Burlesque shows as a SITTING member of Congress. No male congressman would get away with such behavior. If Mitch McConnel, or Kevin McCarthy, or Ted Cruz were spotted at such shows, there would be calls for their resignation. If a ranking member of the Pentagon were spotted at such shows, he would be forced into resignation.

    So if you're not offended and outraged about this, then I don't believe you're truly offended or outraged at Trump's checkered past, either. I would also say that there are numerous members of Congress on both sides that have cheated on their wives, multiple times as sitting members of Congress and no one says anything. So we can dispense with the fake outrage over Trump's affairs, which happened years before he was president.
     
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    Trump's immorality is far worse than going to an X (not XX) rated show. Are you really blind to that?
     
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    No, it is not. And that's not really the point.

    The point is that we have a sitting member of Congress doing what other members of Congress would have to resign over, if they were caught. In fact, I would even go so far as to argue that if Trump did go to a X-rated Burlesque show he would receive immense criticism, flaming and calls for his resignation and many would be looking into whether or not it was an impeachable offense.

    I am arguing that people like you gin up fake outrage over his adultery while giving other politicians a pass when they engage in immorality. If it were Chuck Schumer having multiple adulterous affairs, you not care one bit.

    Democrats are the party immorality and sleaziness. It is sleazy party that promotes sexual immorality like homosexuality, gay marriage, transgenderism, and every other kind immorality you can think of.
     
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    The point is we have an immoral president which you wholeheartedly support.
     
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    We have all kinds of immoral people in Washington. You single out Trump for special condemnation while giving other politicians a pass, and what's more. Trump's affairs happened BEFORE he was president. We have sitting members of Congress who practicing adulterers today and you don't care. You are not really offended about immorality except when you can use it as a means to smear Trump. Beyond that, you really don't care, so you can dispense with the fake outrage. You are perfectly fine with politicians being immoral.
     
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    I find it interesting that the same liberals who complain about Trump's affairs prior to being president and all this time trying to gin up moral outrage over this, are the same people who promote a party that supports and encourages Immorality. They promote gay marriage, homosexuality, they tell little boys that they can be girls and girls that they can be boys. The Democrats support 40 year old men identifying as women and walking into a women's restroom. They want boys and girls to share the same bathrooms, locker rooms at schools. If a 16 year-old boy claims to be a girl, the Dems want him to have the right to disrobe in a girl's locker room around naked girls. It is reprehensible!!!

    They support people who claim to be born the wrong gender, the wrong race and the wrong species. The Democrats are mainstreaming and normalizing mental illness and sexual immorality.

    The Democrats want to criminalize biblical morality so that Christians who openly exercise their freedom of religion in America can be prosecuted for doing so. Christians are open game and if Christian expression offends anyone, it is Christian expression that must be criminalized, punished and silenced. In a Democrat run country, biblical Christianity would not exist. Churches would be forced to violate their religious values by being forced to accept practicing homosexual pastors and church leaders to lead their congregations and face prosecution if they don't allow such.

    The Democrats support killing a baby AFTER it has been born, but want to be the moral judges of Donald Trump? They would kill a baby on the day of its birth. That shows you the warped moral compass of Democrats.

    They not only want to destroy our government and way of life, but they want to destroy God's first institution: The family This is why the current Democrat party is evil, and a tool of the Devil. This is a spiritual war and the Democrats must be stopped.

    So they can dispense with the fake moral outrage over Trump's affairs. If Trump were a black, gay, transsexual, that had numerous homosexual encounters with multiple partners, they would have no problem with him. They support and condone the most vile, immoral, abominable lifestyles that go against God's Word and His plan for human sexuality. The hypocrisy is so thick you could cut it with a knife.
     
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    I don't support killing a baby after it's born and there are laws against that (murder). Freedom of Religion as provided in the constitution gives everyone the right to worship God (or not) according to their own conscience. It does not give any religion the right to impose their faith on everyone else. That includes Christians, Muslims, atheists, etc. What you're talking about is Christians imposing their faith on everyone else. That's unconstitutional.
     
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    But you support a party that is pro-infanticide.

    Do you support the LGBTQ community? Are you supportive of gay marriage and would you defend the homosexual lifestyle?

    You support a party that is unapologetic of its rejection of biblical morality. You have thrown in your lot with the enemies of the Cross.

    No, I am not. Freedom of religion is just that. You have the freedom to not participate in any activity that violates your conscience. That does not amount to imposing your faith on others. Others do NOT have the right to impose their non-religious views on Christians and force Christians to comply upon pain of prosecution. What we have been seeing is homosexuals trying to force Christians to violate their faith. When Christians refuse to comply, that non-compliance is touted as "discrimination," when the discrimination is really against Christians.
     
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    What did the scribes and pharisees criticize Jesus for? Associating with sinners. I do not believe in rejecting anyone for anything. I believe in reaching out to everyone including gays with the gospel. Do you agree?
     
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    Uh this is your MO. That is not what he said and you know it. Reaching out to the lost, regardless of what their lifestyle is is one thing. Supporting those lifestyles is another. Supporting a party whose platform is to give full governmental support to that lifestyle is even worse.
     
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    That's not what I asked you. I did not ask you if you associated with them.

    I asked you if you support the gay and LGBTQ lifestyles. Do you believe that the homosexual/LGBTQ lifestyles are a sin? Do you support their inclusion in Christian ministry? Do you believe that practicing homosexuals can be pastors and leaders in a church? Do you view the homosexual lifestyle is compatible with a profession of faith in Jesus.
     
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    I do not think the gay and LGBTQ lifestyles.are consistent with God's purpose for sexuality. In that sense it is a sin. I am somewhat ambivalent on this because I believe that homosexuality is primarily a genetic tendency not a socially learned thing. That being said, could these people fight against that tendency and defeat it? Certainly not by using "conversion therapy" as supported by the right. That has been shown to be a failure.

    Have you ever met and talked with a homosexual? I have talked to two of them. One came to our house after I delivered a speech on proofs for the existence of God in my high school public speaking class. He assumed that I was a Christian because I spoke on that topic. He was right. He didn't want to be a homosexual. He wanted to be like almost everyone else. Thank goodness I realized I wasn't mature enough and hadn't had the life experience required to answer his questions. I suggested that he see a psychologist and aq pastor to help him. But I certainly didn't tell him he was damned to Hell because of his sexual tendencies. That might have turned him off the gospel for the rest of his life.
    What would you have done in this situation?

    Secondly, heterosexual sex outside marriage is also a sin whether it be outside marriage or an adulterous situation in marriage. People who do this without repenting are also subject to Hell. Why is this never stressed in church like homosexuallikty? Because it hits too close to home. Probably at least half and probably most people in the congregation have been guilty of this at some time in their lives. Do you accept the fact that this is a sin?
     
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    No, it is because no one is using the government to force people to except the lifestyle of adultery. No on is using government to teach it to our small children in our schools. My question is why do folks like you not acknowledge that?
     
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    No one is forcing people to accept homosexuality but the constitution states that they have the same rights as you do.
     
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