Anti-Porn GOP Lawmaker Caught Red Handed With Some Really Freaky Stuff

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Last week Ted Cruz was under fire for liking a tweet containing a pornographic video, which was noticed immediately by users on the social media site. Of course, Cruz promptly denied that this had been him, blaming the like on a staffer.

Twitter users caught another political figure liking porn on Twitter.

Two days ago, State Rep. Ross Spano was filing a bill, hoping to declare pornography a public health crisis in Florida. All the while, Spano was browsing pornography on Twitter and enjoying it evidently.

Among Spano’s Bible verses and generally boring liked content, a favorited tweet was discovered, dated January 8th. The tweet came from account “Goddess Lesbian,” and featured a video clip of sexual nature.

What makes this a huge deal is Spano’s recently filed bill, HR 157. The bill talks very strong against adult entertainment and claims that porn promotes low self-esteem in children, and a desire to engage in dangerous sexual behaviors.  The bill also says, “Pornography has a detrimental effect on families and is linked to a reluctance to enter into marriage, dissatisfaction in marriage and marital infidelity.” The bill was put together with little solid research to back up Spano’s claims.

Spano, of course, has heavily denied that he personally was involved with liking that tweet, while also reiterating that porn is terrible.

In a statement to Orlando Weekly, Spano stated:

‘Obviously, I have a long social media history on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram since I was first elected in 2012. With a thorough examination of my accounts, it will be easy to see that this is not my doing. I have since gone back, once notified, and rectified the problem. And I’m now looking into how it occurred in the first place.

‘In addition, referencing my prior statement, I don’t believe any of this takes the focus off the fact that there is a direct correlation between pornography and a host of societal problems, including human trafficking, exploitation of children, sex slavery, and domestic violence.’

It seems that Republicans really need to get a handle on their Twitter habits.

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