Ethics Complaint Over Madison Cawthorn

The President Of A Political Action Committee Dedicated To Removing North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn From Office Filed An Ethics Complaint Against The Congressman On Wed.

The Complaint Alleges That Cawthorn Had "Not Properly Filed House Financial Disclosures Regarding Gifts And Loans To Mr. Stephen L. Smith," Who Works As The The Congressman's Scheduler.

David Wheeler, The President Of American Muckrakers PAC, Alleges In His Complaint That Cawthorn And Smith Are Living Together, And Appended Various Screenshots Bearing Cawthorn's Registered Address.

American Muckrakers PAC's Self-Described Sole Objective Is To Ensure Cawthorn's "First Term In Office Is His Last."

The Day After The Complaint Was Filed, The Daily Mail And An Anti-Trump Twitter Account Published An Undated Video That Shows Cawthorn Joking With A Man In A Car.

The Daily Mail Reports The Other Man Is Smith, Cawthorn's Scheduler Who Wheeler Mentions In His Ethics Complaint. A Link To The Video Was Included In The Complaint.

"I Feel The Passion And Desire, And Would Like To See A Naked Body Beneath My Hands," Cawthorn Says In The Video.

The Man Doing The Filming Then Responds, Saying, "Me Too. I'd Like To See That As Well," While Turning The Camera On Himself.

The Comment Causes Cawthorn To Burst Out Laughing, And The Other Man Then Films Himself Putting His Hand On The Lawmaker's Groin.

Wheeler Also Posted Several Screenshots Of What He Claimed Were Records Of Cawthorn And Smith's Venmo Payments To One Another.

The Images Shared Showed Messages Between The Duo Dating From June 17, 2018, To January 9, 2019 — Before Smith Joined Cawthorn's Campaign For Congress As An Aide In January 2020.

"The Committee Is Requested To Investigate Any House Rules Or Statutes Were Violated By The Relationship Between Rep. Cawthorn & His House Employee Mr. Stephen L. Smith," Wheeler Wrote.


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