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The ‘HotWifeExperience’ Democrat Won’t Go Away (and She Thinks You’re Stupid)

Posted on | December 9, 2023 | Comments Off on The ‘HotWifeExperience’ Democrat Won’t Go Away (and She Thinks You’re Stupid)

In November, we had a good laugh when Susanna Gibson lost her race for the Virginia House of Delegates after it was revealed that she had engaged in livestream sex performances as “HotWifeExperience.”

For some unfathomable reason, Politico has decided to give Gibson a platform to try to redeem her political career, setting up the Q-and-A with this rather interesting assertion:

The episode also detonated a debate in Virginia and beyond about digital and sexual privacy in 21st-century politics. In a possible reflection of shifting social norms, Gibson nearly won the race anyway — she lost by less than 1,000 votes and has not ruled out a return to electoral politics in the future.

It “detonated a debate,” did it? Pray tell, what are the opposing sides of this alleged debate about “digital and sexual privacy”? Do the liberal editors at Politico expect us to believe that if a Republican candidate were exposed in similar behavior, they wouldn’t be on the story 24/7? Hell, the liberal media were all-in on the so-called “pee tape” allegations that were part of the “Russian collusion” hoax against Trump, but somehow a real sex scandal involving a Democrat requires a “debate”?

This is a perfect example of how the hivemind mentality takes hold in the media. Everybody employed at Politico is a Democrat, so there is never any pushback when someone comes up with obviously bad ideas like, “Hey, let’s try to rehabilitate this disgraced failure of a candidate.” The Q-and-A with Gibson includes dishonest statements, e.g.:

My entire life was rocked on Sept. 11, when the article ran. It ran, implying that I performed sex acts online with my husband for money. It was really written based on this Dropbox file that self-described Republican operatives shopped around. They had found these videos on the dark web and shopped them around to various news outlets. I didn’t have any idea that there were ever videos of me that had been made and uploaded to multiple sites. . . .
I hired an amazing attorney who worked around the clock and wrote them several letters, essentially saying: To be clear, Ms. Gibson never acknowledged or consented to videos being recorded, this is illegal pornography because it is illegal to record someone in a state of undress without consent. . . .
How can this be happening? How can a national news outlet decide to run a story about this? I think if I wasn’t a candidate, the Post probably would have been appalled at the invasion of my privacy. But because I was a candidate, they decided that it was a political story, rather than an invasion of my privacy and potentially a crime.

Can she not hear herself? Do words mean nothing to her? While I have not watched the “HotWifeExperience” videos, Luke Rosiak of the Daily Wire did, and described them in shocking detail:

Susanna Gibson . . . was as recently as last year posting as “HotWifeExperience” on the website Chaturbate, where men could pay tokens to get her to perform specific sex acts. In one video recorded shortly after she launched her campaign last year, she told her husband, “I’ll let you f— me in the a– doggy style in a private room if someone wants to pay. That’s the deal.”
In another video, she appears to say that for the right price, viewers could watch her urinate. “Y’all can watch me pee if you tip me and some tokens,” she said. “Again, I’m raising money for a good cause.”
“I like being choked. I like being hit. I do,” she said in one video posted exactly a year ago, on September 11, 2022.
“I just want a private room with somebody filming their [penis] so I can come looking at it, Jesus Christ,” she said. “Oh God I want to f—ing get railroaded by all of you.”
She said for 500 tokens, she would order room service in a hotel and cause the delivery person to see her naked, saying: “I’m definitely a slut… In order to leave the door cracked I need 500 tokens.”
Gibson said she has had sex with three men in one day, and “don’t tell my husband he was the third. I would say ethically nonmonogamous but I guess that three in one day was not.”
“I’m raising money for a really good cause and it’s my birthday so give me more please because it’s my birthday night and yeah so then I f—ed him in his house for the first time and then later that night I f—ed my husband,” she said.
In the videos, she appears to be filmed with her husband, lawyer John David Gibson, who ensured that the raunchiest acts were reserved for the biggest spendings, saying “no anal outside of private.”

Having posted such videos online, how can Gibson then claim to be a victim who was recorded “without consent”? She blabbers about “Republican operatives” and the videos being “on the dark web,” evidently thinking people are stupid enough to be deceived into thinking there was some criminal activity involved in the videos being discovered. The real story is that she was stupid enough to think she could post these videos online without anyone ever recognizing her.

Did she not realize that, when she and her husband livestreamed these videos, they were cached online? Probably that’s in the fine print of the user agreement that nobody bothers to read before clicking the box to sign up for a site like that. So she’s playing word games about not knowing the videos were recorded — i.e., she didn’t realize the site maintained archives of livestream videos, which is apparently how her performances came to the attention of “Republican operatives.”

Does the name Anthony Weiner ring a bell, boys and girls? At the time of the second #WeinerGate scandal in 2013, I remember reading my then-14-year-old son Jefferson the Riot Act about this: “Never say anything in a text or email that you wouldn’t want to see printed on the front page of the New York Times! The Internet is forever!” People who think they can engage in “private” or “secret” activity online are fools. You might want to ask Fred “Bubba” Copeland, a/k/a “Brittini Blaire Summerlin,” about this, except for the fact that “Bubba”/“Brittini” committed suicide after his/“her” online life as a “transgender curvy girl” was exposed.

Susanna Gibson thinks you’re so stupid you won’t figure out that she alone is to blame for her disgrace, and Politico wants you to think “shifting social norms” mean that Democrats should be allowed to get away with anything, including sex scandals that would destroy any Republican politician’s career. Don’t be stupid. Don’t vote Democrat. And remember: You’re not really “anonymous,” and the Internet is forever.



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