December 16, 2023
First it was Joe and Jill Biden's blessing for Hunter Biden and his sister-in-law's affair that Biden's wanted to normalize. Then it was more naked selfies on Hunter Biden's laptop from hell that America wanted to minimize, followed by Ashley Biden's diary about inappropriate showers with Joe Biden when she was young and America deflected. Then it was topless trans at the Biden White House. Then it was Jill Biden's bizarre "Hunger Games" White House Christmas video. And, of course, that is all embedded in Joe Biden tossing the entire federal government behind his LGBTIQ+ agenda via a June 2022 executive order.
And, that is only a very small portion of what this country is mired in. Minors are being targeted to believe trans surgery is a healthy alternative and will provide them with settling down their feelings of gender dysphoria all the while negating the fact that they may be infertile and never have an orgasm and be on drugs for the rest of their lives if everything goes to hell medically.
So, now ask yourself as the country spins out of control, is it no wonder that ten days out from Celebrating Christmas 2023, honoring the Birth of Jesus Christ, America is hit with a graphic gay porn video ostensibly shot on Capitol Hill grounds on Friday.
Alot needs to be put into perspective when digesting this latest sex scandal in Washington, D.C. and the national psyche needs to start asking some serious questions about how nuts this country has become.
Every nation on earth needs to ask, do you really want what America has become culturally which is in the Age of Nihilism. Do you really want America to influence your culture because there are enough people in America who are saying, Enough is Enough, as the younger generation is becoming mired in more raunchier displays of sexuality, and displaying a massive amount of not only poor judgement, but serious self-destructive behavior from self-mutilation choices to literally producing porn and posting it on porn websites.
By early afternoon Friday, The Spectator reported an alleged unnamed senator's staffer’s public Twitter account involving graphic gay pornography.
“The public Twitter account of the audacious young “twink” is comprised almost solely of him in flagrante delicto with his older “bear” partner. The images and videos are explicit — and conspicuously and deliberately contain the staffer’s face,” reported The Spectator around 1pm edt on Dec. 15.
One picture “was taken in what certainly appears to be a conference room in the Hart Senate Office Building, where his boss’s office is located,” added The Spectator. “In the photo, the strapping young gentleman is naked but for a jock strap, on on all fours, facing away from the camera."
By late Friday night, a sex video went viral of two men engaged in anal sex allegedly on federal property in Senate Hart Room 216 where the Senate Judiciary Committee meets.
Perhaps, the senators returning to those seats will think twice of using those tables and chairs.
The sex video - not just a picture - was allegedly posted on a porn site for gay men active in politics, and then reportedly reposted to another group chat.
Subsequently, the Daily Caller reported the graphic story explicitly after being tipped off, and released the tape.
“An explicit video obtained by the Daily Caller shows the naked staffer having anal sex with an unknown man in Senate room Hart 216, which is where US senators sit to ask questions during Judicial committee hearings,” reported the Daily Caller.
Although Daily Caller did not identify the men involved, reports surfaced allegedly claiming that one of the men in the video was U.S. Senator Ben Cardin's (D-MD) staffer named Aidan Maese-Czeropski, as reported by Post Millennial. The second man was not identified.
In a LinkedIn post, Aiden Maese-Czeropski wrote: “This has been a difficult time for me, as I have been attacked for who I love to pursue a political agenda. While some of my actions in the past have shown poor judgement, I love my job and would never disrespect my workplace.”
So, if this is Aidan - and if this is in the Hart Senate room, how does that jive with that statement?
And, then he threatened a potential lawsuit in his post.
“Any attempts to characterize my actions otherwise are fabricated and I will be exploring what legal options are available to me in these matters," he further posted.
Maybe he is going to alleged that is not him or some invasion of privacy argument but good luck if that is him, it was posted on a gay site and reposted.
According to Maese-Czeropski's LinkedIn account, he had been working as an aid in the Senate for over two years. He attended both the University of California Berkeley and Johns Hopkins University.
An Aidan Maese-Czeropski at The Paly Voice archive can be found here, but there is no current picture of him on this site. The Paly Voice is the student news site of Palo Alto High School.
"Czeropski graduated from Palo Alto High School in 2017 before he obtained a degree in International Studies from John Hopkins in 2019. He also graduated with a B.S. degree in Society & Environment from the University of California, Berkeley, in July 2020," reported Sportskeeda, which is probably why The Spectator referred to Czeropski as a "twink," meaning "twinkie."
Ben Cardin had served for 20 years in the U.S. House of Representatives before he was elected as a U.S. Senator in 2007. He announced May 2023, at the age of 80, that he was not going to seek re-election in 2024.
Ben Cardin has supported same-sex marriage and the LGBTI community’s rights for years.
In 2018, Cardin released a statement re-affirming his support of LGBTQ rights.
“During Pride month and throughout the year, we embrace the certainty that love is love and you should never have to hide your true self. LGBT individuals are our neighbors, our parents and our children," reads his statement.
“We must be free to love whomever we love, without fear of discrimination or bias," the statement further reads. “In order to guarantee protection for LGBT civil rights, I have joined nearly half of my fellow senators in sponsoring the Equality Act (S. 1006). This federal legislation would rightfully define sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes alongside race, religion, age, and sex. LGBT Americans finally would have improved protections against discrimination in employment, housing, accommodations and other sectors. Although Maryland has had statewide protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation since 2001 and gender identity since 2014, other states continue to lag behind. The Equality Act is an imperative measure to fill this gap.”
In the same 2018 statement, Senator Cardin (D-MD) also slammed the Trump administration.
“In spite of victories in Windsor and Obergefell affirming a constitutional right to marriage regardless of sexual orientation, there is still much to be accomplished. The current administration continues its quest to curry favor with extreme conservatives by banning patriotic, transgender Americans from serving in the military and it has removed LGBT-focused content from federal websites. These actions concern me deeply and should disturb all those who support the free flow of information, as well as the belief that anyone able and willing to serve in uniform should have that opportunity,” the statement adds.
After the Daily Caller gay video story went viral on Friday, gay news organizations, such as The Blade and The Advocate reported on the story.
The Advocate reported on Saturday that it had “confirmed late Friday” that the "U.S. Capitol Police are investigating reports of two men having sex in public on Capitol grounds."
That seems logical - public sex used to be outlawed in America.
"In the video, two unidentified men engage in a sexual act inside what appears to be a room known for hosting hearings by the Senate Judiciary Committee. One of the men is nude and hunched over the dais behind which senators would typically sit when conducting official business and questioning witnesses. The clip, recorded from the perspective of the other participant, includes a brief pan of the Senate seal on the wall," reported The Advocate.
"We have seen media reports emanating from the right-wing media. As this is a personnel matter and under review, we will not be commenting further at this time," a spokesperson for Cardin told The Advocate.
The Blade, an LGBTI news organization, also weighed in on the story.
“A gay staffer for U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) is no longer employed by the U.S. Senate, his office told the Washington Blade in a statement on Saturday morning, which followed reports that he had filmed amateur pornography in the workplace,” reported The Blade.
“We will have no further comment on this personnel matter,” stated Cardin’s office per The Blade.
The Washington Free Beacon reported the staffer had published other pornographic images and video content on X, with an account that used the pseudonym, but was public.
"That staffer, a political operative with knowledge of the posts told The Washington Free Beacon, is Cardin legislative aide Aidan Maese-Czeropski, who reported posted obscene images under the pseudonym "Andre," reported The Washington Free Beacon.
Earlier this week, Aidan Maese-Czeropski was accused by Republican U.S. Rep. Max Miller, who is Jewish, of aggressively confronting the congressman over the conflict in Israel — charges Czeropski has denied in his LinkedIn post.
“As for the accusations regarding Congressman Max Miller,” Maese-Czeropski stated, “I have never seen the congressman and had no opportunity or cause to yell or confront him.”
Even politicians weighed in on this sordid and graphic porn story following its initial reporting.
Republican House lawmaker Mike Collins (R-GA) took aim at this scandal and questioned what other further degeneracy could come from the Democrat Party.
Congressman Mike Collins (R-Ga.) included a cropped image from the pornographic video in his post.
— Rep. Mike Collins (@RepMikeCollins) December 15, 2023
Furthermore, Maese-Czeropski has been identified as the staffer who yelled "Free Palestine" at a Jewish congressman earlier this week.
"Cardin staff wildin'. Making porn at work and yelling 'free Palestine' at a Jewish congressman? I have a question: how long would Cardin's filmmaker last in a free Palestine?" said Rep. Mike Collins (R) on X.
In a follow-up post, Rep. Collins added, "Heck of a week for the Left. Gay porn in the Senate, swearing in ceremony on child porn in Virginia, tranny tap dancers in the White House, and Satanic statues in Iowa. What else am I missing?"
Many other Americans took to X to share their thoughts on the viral gay porn video.
"The Biden administration has brought us: Cocaine in the White House Topless transgenders on the White House lawn And now it’s gay sex tapes in the US Senate building This is how the world sees us," said congressional candidate Derrick Evans.
"The staff of Senator Cardin of Maryland was found filming a gay porn video in the US Senate. Only in America. Imagine if this happened in Afghanistan," said conservative activist Joey Mannarino.
Earlier in the week Max Miller confirmed with the Daily Caller the identity of the democratic staffer who confronted him in the halls of the Cannon Office Building on Wednesday.
Miller confirmed that the staffer’s name is Aidan Maese-Czeropski. According . Sources tipped off the Caller that the staffer, who confronted Miller during an interview with NBC News’ Ali Vitali and said “Free Palestine!,” worked for Cardin.
This is not the first time a Cardin’s staffer has been publicly identified causing controversy, but this is the first time that the controversy for the lawmaker involved a pornographic video was allegedly taped where the lawmaker holds committee hearings.
In 2006, NBC News reported then Congressman Ben Cardin fired a campaign staffer who posted racially charged internet comments against his opponent. The political opponent at the time was Republican Lt. Governor Michael of Maryland. Steele is black. Cardin is white.
The staffer’s blog included references to Oreo cookies.
The August 25 2006 blog pos referred to a stack of Oreo cookies “looming in the back of one of the campaign pantries” and how staffers have to “surreptitiously glance around” before eating them.
“The subterfuge would be unnecessary, and snack time would be far less amusing, had an angry citizen not thrown the aforementioned delicious snack food at one of our opponents to comment on his lack of racial loyalty,” the blog entry read.
The blog also contains an entry describing Cardin’s friends as “large men with strong, loud voices and Jewish noses.” Cardin is Jewish.
Cardin also condemned the comments written by his female staffer.
“I am deeply offended and disgusted by the blog’s racial and anti-Semitic overtones,” the 10-term congressman said. “The staff person responsible was promptly dismissed and will have nothing to do with my campaign," NBC News then reported.
Melissa Sellers, a Steele spokeswoman at the time, criticized the blog.
“It is deeply disturbing to learn that a staff member of 10-term Congressman Ben Cardin would keep a blog chronicling racial prejudices toward Lt. Gov. Steele and others,” Sellers said. “This is the kind of attitude and gutter politics that Marylanders are sick of and why they are ready for change.”
The female blogger was “a junior staffer” who worked for the campaign for about a month, said Cardin spokesman Oren Shur at the time.
Shur said the unnamed female blogger was fired “as soon as we learned of this.”
This gay porn video story is developing.