Go figure. But in Machiavellian terms, the scandal may be a good thing for the Trump White House as reelection season hits us like a hurricane. We must have a very strong state party to replicate what the party did in
Schock served as a U. Representative from Illinois from towhen he resigned in disgrace after being accused of misusing campaign and public funds. He was the subject of a congressional ethics investigation and was indicted by a federal grand jury.
This list will continue to grow as new anti-gay activists come out of the closet, albeit against their will most of the time. Keep your eyes peeled for more! In it was revealed that Republican North Carolina Senate candidate Steve Wiles once performed as a drag queen, proving once again that conservative, anti-gay activists aren't always what they seem.
On March 18, Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian L. Ellis resigned because of allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman when she was incapacitated. But Ellis is only one of the many right-wing culture warriors to be caught up in a sex scandal.
Former Republican Congressman Aaron Schock, who resigned amid a financial scandal inwas reportedly spotted at a gay club in Mexico City last weekend. An image of a man alleged to be the year-old ex-politician was taken at Boy Bar, a popular gay bar in Mexico City's famed Zona Rosa, on Saturday around midnight. Schock has long denied being gay, calling questions about his sexuality "completely ridiculous and inappropriate.
S ocially conservative former Rep. Aaron Schock, R- Ill. He received a zero rating from the Human Rights Campaign for his voting record.
So it seems he has kept the fund open even though it reportedly has no money in it for legal reasons. When asked by Chicago newspaper in and Details magazine in if he was gay, he said no. Fast forward to April when he was photographed sexually engaging another man at the Coachella music festival and later discovered hitting on men poolside at a West Hollywood hotel.
Wes Goodman was a married, "pro family" read: anti-gay Republican in the Ohio state legislature, and things were going pretty smoothly. Until this week when he abruptly resigned. Unfortunately for him, it came to light that he was having sex with another man in his office at the state capitol.
Val DiGiorgio, chairman of Pennsylvania's Republican Party, is stepping down after he exchanged sexually charged text messages with a Philadelphia city council candidate. The embattled leader of the Pennsylvania GOP has resigned amid a MeToo scandal, throwing the party into further upheaval in a state critical to President Donald Trump's reelection chances. The news of Val DiGiorgio's departure follows months of party infighting and disastrous midterm election results for Republicans in the state, including the loss of three congressional seats and double-digit collapses in the gubernatorial and Senate races.