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February 4, 2016

“Porndormgate”: Marco Rubio panders to evangelicals in Iowa while gay prostitution scandal from his past blows wide open — While nothing that has surfaced to date suggests, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Rubio was once a gay Cuban caballero-for-hire in south Miami, the circumstantial links between Rubio, Barrios, and Barrios’s business activities, raise troubling questions about a person who wants to be the president of the United States and potential BLACKMAIL of the chief executive

Filed under: Marco Rubio,Republicans… Blackmailable — Jeff Fenske @ 10:18 pm

The globalists prefer to only support politicians they can completely control through blackmail.

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From: Wayne Madsen Report

January 27-28, 2016 — SPECIAL REPORT. “Porndormgate” — Rubio panders to evangelicals in Iowa while gay prostitution scandal from his past blows wide open

While GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio was pandering for votes among Iowa’s evangelicals, The Washington Post ran a peculiar story about Rubio’s arrest in a Miami park in 1990. The Rubio campaign responded to the Post piece with a tongue-in-cheek explanation of Rubio’s “crime spree,” casting the arrest off as a case of youthful indiscretion.

The Post’s article, “Rubio’s summer of ’90: An arrest, then newfound purpose,” painted a picture of a purposeless Cuban teen….

Just as occurred with Barack Obama when stories about his gay past in Chicago first began bubbling to the surface in 2008, a story was “leaked” to the press about a 2004 Obama U.S. Senate campaign worker named Vera Baker. …

While nothing that has surfaced to date suggests, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Rubio was once a gay Cuban caballero-for-hire in south Miami, the circumstantial links between Rubio, Barrios, and Barrios’s business activities, raise troubling questions about a person who wants to be the president of the United States and potential blackmail of the chief executive.

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