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Missouri House Speaker John Diehl Resigns After Admitting to Relationship with 19-Year-Old Intern

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John Diehl, the conservative Missouri House speaker who extolled the sanctity of "traditional marriage" in championing the state's anti-gay marriage amendment, has resigned after admitting to an inappropriate relationship with a 19-year-old female intern.

The Kansas City Star obtained a copy of text messages the 49-year-old married politician exchanged with the college freshman, which strongly suggest the pair were intimately involved.

In one exchange, Diehl texts, "God I want you right now," to which she replies, "I wish you could have me right now."

The paper, which had been investigating the possible relationship for weeks, reports Missouri Southern State University abruptly chose to end its Capitol internship program more than a month early.

Richard Miller, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Missouri Southern, told The Star that the school removed its four interns from the program earlier this spring after an unspecified incident.

Diehl, who lives with his wife and three sons in Town and Country, Missouri, initially agreed to speak to the paper before its story ran, but he backed out before any interviews occurred.

However, several hours after the story first ran Wednesday, Diehl admitted to the relationship.

"I take full responsibility for my actions and am truly sorry to those I let down," he said in a statement. "I apologize for the poor judgment I displayed that put me and those closest to me in this situation. I also regret that the woman has been dragged into this situation. The buck stops here. I ask for forgiveness. I will begin immediately working to restore the trust of those closest to me, and getting back to the important work that is required in the final days of session."

Diel announced on Thursday afternoon that he was resigning both the speakership and his legislative seat, "for the good of my party, the caucus, and this state."

Katie Graham, the intern involved in the texting, released a statement Thursday evening identifying herself, St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

"I want to thank everyone who has reached out to me during this difficult time," she said. "Your support means a lot. This is extremely difficult for both families, and I hope everyone can begin the healing process. I strongly support the Missouri Capitol internship program, and hope it remains a positive experience for other students in the future."

Diehl was one of the most influential lawmakers in the state, and earlier this year he co-filed a friend of the court brief supporting the Missouri Marriage Amendment passed in 2004, which states "a marriage shall exist only between a man and a woman."

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Josh Duggar apologizes amid molestation allegations, quits Family Research Council

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In the wake of a tabloid report alleging that he molested several underage girls while he was a teenager, reality-television star Josh Duggar said Thursday that he “acted inexcusably” and was “deeply sorry” for what he called “my wrongdoing.”

The 27-year-old Duggar, a high-profile member of the evangelical Christian family that stars on TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting,” also resigned his post with the conservative Family Research Council.

“Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret,” Duggar said in a statement posted on Facebook on Thursday. “I hurt others, including my family and close friends. I confessed this to my parents who took several steps to help me address the situation.

“We spoke with the authorities where I confessed my wrongdoing, and my parents arranged for me and those affected by my actions to receive counseling. I understood that if I continued down this wrong road that I would end up ruining my life.”

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U.S. Accuses Ex-House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert of Paying to Hide ‘Misconduct’

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Former House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert in March 2007. Mr. Hastert was indicted on Thursday.

CHICAGO — J. Dennis Hastert, the former speaker of the House of Representatives, has been charged with lying to the F.B.I. and making cash withdrawals from banks in a way that was designed to hide that he was paying $3.5 million to someone for his “misconduct” from years ago, a federal indictment released on Thursday said.

Mr. Hastert, 73, the longest-serving Republican speaker, had worked as a lobbyist since leaving office. The indictment, announced by the United States attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, said Mr. Hastert, who was once a high school teacher and wrestling coach in Yorkville, Ill., had so far paid $1.7 million to the person, who had lived in Yorkville and had known Mr. Hastert for most of his or her life. Mr. Hastert worked in Yorkville from 1965 to 1981.

In 2010, during meetings between Mr. Hastert and the unnamed individual, the two discussed “past misconduct” by Mr. Hastert against the person, according to the indictment.

In those meetings and in later discussions, Mr. Hastert agreed to provide money to the person “in order to compensate for and conceal his prior misconduct,” the indictment said. It said he was structuring the cash withdrawals in increments designed to avoid bank reporting requirements. The indictment does not provide details of the misconduct.

Mr. Hastert could not be reached for comment at his office in Washington.

Each of the two charges carries a penalty of as much as five years in prison and a $250,000 fine, the prosecutor’s office said. Mr. Hastert is to appear at an arraignment at a future date, the prosecutors said.


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U.S. Accuses Ex-House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert of Paying to Hide ‘Misconduct’

This dates back to when he was a wrestling coach in high school.

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Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis resigns after charges of sex abuse coverup

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Ten days after prosecutors charged the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis of mishandling repeated complaints related to clergy sex abuse, the archbishop and another top bishop there resigned Monday in a rare public fall for U.S. church officials.


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Pennsylvania Congressman Fattah indicted on corruption charges
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Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.), a onetime rising star who came to Congress 20 years ago as a next-generation
reformer, was charged Wednesday with racketeering related to an off-the-books $1 million loan to his
unsuccessful campaign for Philadelphia mayor in 2007.

The Justice Department charged Fattah, a senior member of the powerful Appropriations Committee,
and four supporters with 29 counts that included bribery, bank fraud and other corruption charges.


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Josh Duggar after Ashley Madison hack: 'I have been the biggest hypocrite ever'

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(CNN) Reality TV star Josh Duggar is apologizing after being outed as one of the 32 million people who used the cheating website Ashley Madison.

Hackers stole customers' information from the website and released it to the public this week, exposing something Duggar tried to keep secret.

"I have been the biggest hypocrite ever. While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet, and this became a secret addiction, and I became unfaithful to my wife," Duggar said in a statement Thursday.

He did not specifically address Ashley Madison in his statement, which was issued in the wake of the hackers' data dump and later modified to omit the reference to pornography.

"I brought hurt and a reproach to my family, close friends and the fans of our show with my actions that happened when I was 14-15 years old, and now I have re-broken their trust," Duggar said.

Earlier this year, Duggar was forced to apologize after reports emerged alleging he molested girls as a teenager, including his sisters. He said then that he "acted inexcusably."


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Horny Family Values Teabaggers Tossed From Michigan Legislature, Oh How Sad

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Adulterous GOP Michigan lawmaker resigns, fellow Tea Partier expelled by legislature

The bizarre and sordid saga of two Republican Tea Party lawmakers in the Michigan House who were having an affair is drawing to a close as one tendered his resignation while the other was expelled by her fellow lawmakers.

In the early morning hours on Friday — and after 14 hours of deliberation — state Rep. Todd Courser stepped down from his state House seat, with his fellow lawmaker, Cindy Gamrat, being ousted by an overwhelming vote, reports the Detroit Free Press.

Both family values Republicans have been under fire for weeks after Courser was caught trying to self-smear himself with a rumor that he had a gay hook-up with a male prostitute in an alley behind a bar in order to deflect attention from the affair he was having with Gamrat.

Courser’s bizarre and elaborate plan blew up when an aide refused to be a part of the scheme and turned recordings of Courser game-planning the fraud over to local media.

Since that time, Courser has blamed mysterious blackmailers and the “Lansing mafia” for setting him up, while posting rambling messages on Facebook saying he had been forgiven by Jesus.


Faced with expulsion, the father of three issued a simple statement Friday morning stating: “I hereby tender my resignation from the Michigan House of Representatives effective immediately. It has been an honor serving with the dedicated members and staff of the House of Representatives.”

Gamrat, a mother of four, asked the House to simply censure her in lieu of expulsion, however her peers were not feeling charitable and she was booted on a 91-12 vote.

The saga is not over, with lawmakers adding a resolution to Gamrat’s expulsion vote calling for a Michigan State Police and the Attorney General’s office to continue investigating the matter the over questions of whether the not-so-star crossed lovers may have misused their offices during their brief tenure.

Courser commented that he just wants to move on, stating: “It’s an unfortunate chapter where we’re at, but it’s time to turn a page and go in a different direction and obviously heal, in my own house and in this body as well.”

He added, “It’s been hell.”

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Indiana GOP’s House Leader resigns after texting sexually explicit video of himself cheating on wife to everyone on his “Contacts” list

The family-values friendly Jud McMillin claimed his phone was "stolen in Canada," but resigned in disgrace anyway.

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The controversial House Majority Leader in Indiana — he cosponsored the state’s “religious freedom” law — resigned suddenly on Tuesday after a sexually compromising video was sent to all of the people on his “Contacts” list, the Advocate’s Bil Browning reports.

After news of the mass-texting began to circulate, Representative Jud McMillin (R) claimed that his “phone was stolen in Canada and out of my control for about 24 hours. I have just been able to reactivate it under my control. Please disregard any messages you received recently. I am truly sorry for anything offensive you may have received.”

But his “Canadian girlfriend stole my phone” defense apparently didn’t convince many of his “Contacts” — or at least, not the ones who mattered — and so Tuesday night he released a statement in which he said that the “time is right for me to pass the torch and spend more time with my family.”

During his five years in the legislature, McMillin has crusaded to “protect the integrity of the institution of marriage,” but the Advocate reported that the woman on the video he texted was not, in fact, his wife. According to his campaign website, he claimed that “the family has always been the foundation of our strength of community” and that “[i]n these times of turmoil the rest of the country could learn something from our example.”

It’s unclear what the rest of the country could learn from his example at this time, other than — perhaps — opposing LGBTQ rights across the board could have karmic implications for conservative Republicans with a proclivity for taking videos of themselves cheating on their wives.


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Former Republican House Speaker Hastert pleads guilty to lying to FBI

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CHICAGO (AP) — Dennis Hastert pleaded guilty Wednesday to evading banking laws in a hush-money scheme, averting a potentially lurid trial by agreeing to a deal with federal prosecutors that recommends the former House speaker serve no more than six months in prison.

Before accepting the plea, the 73-year-old Republican was warned by the judge that he could go beyond the recommendation and give Hastert up to five years behind bars when he is sentenced in February.

Because the plea agreement has a sentencing range from no prison time to six months, U.S. District Judge Thomas M. Durkin could also decide to put Hastert on probation or home confinement.

The plea helped seal the downfall of a man who rose from obscurity in rural Illinois to the nation's third-highest political office. During his eight years as speaker, Hastert was second in the line of succession to the presidency.

As he stepped to the lectern to answer a series of questions, he spoke in a voice so soft that the judge at one point told him to speak up.

The hearing revealed no new details about why Hastert agreed to pay $3.5 million to an unidentified person. The indictment says the payments were meant to conceal past misconduct by Hastert against that person, but it does not explain the nature of the wrongdoing.

The Associated Press and other media, citing anonymous sources, have reported that the payments were meant to hide claims of sexual misconduct from decades ago.

At the half-hour hearing in Chicago, a subdued Hastert read from a brief written statement that — like his indictment — focused narrowly on how he technically broke banking laws.

By pleading guilty, Hastert avoids a trial that could have divulged the embarrassing secrets dating back to his days as a high-school wrestling coach that he presumably wanted to keep under wraps by paying hush money.


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Alabama Governor, Robert Bentley, Denies Having Affair With Aide

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Gov. Robert Bentley of Alabama acknowledged Wednesday that he had made inappropriate and sexually charged remarks to one of his closest aides, but he denied an accusation that he and the woman had pursued a physical relationship.

“At times in the past, have I said things that I should not have said? Absolutely, that’s what I’m saying today,” Mr. Bentley said at a State Capitol news conference, when he said he had apologized for “any conversations and behavior that was inappropriate.” He insisted that he had broken no laws during his friendship and professional partnership with his senior political adviser, Rebekah Caldwell Mason, who holds such power in Alabama that Spencer Collier, a former state law enforcement secretary, on Wednesday referred to her as the “de facto governor.”

Mr. Bentley’s public demonstration of remorse came nearly seven months after Dianne Bentley, to whom the Republican governor was married for 50 years, sought a divorce, and just hours after Mr. Collier, the recently ousted leader of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, described what he saw as a history of improper conduct between the governor and Ms. Mason. Mr. Collier said that Mr. Bentley had, in 2014, effectively acknowledged an affair, and that it appeared to be continuing as recently as last month.

Mr. Bentley, 73, repeatedly signaled that he had no intention of resigning. Although the governor’s personal behavior has long been a subject of speculation here in the capital, it was not clear Wednesday how his admission would affect his standing among his constituents in this socially conservative state, where he easily won a second term less than two years ago.

“Bentley rode a white horse,” said Steve Flowers, a former state legislator who is now a political columnist. “The thing that has been so novel about this is that Bentley won the governor’s office and had high approval ratings because it appeared he was this First Baptist Church of Tuscaloosa deacon who looked like somebody’s grandfather and, frankly, someone’s great-grandfather.”

Now Mr. Bentley’s reputation and legacy are at risk, in large part because of his communications with Ms. Mason, a political impresario who helped engineer and maintain his rise to power. In a statement that Mr. Bentley’s office distributed Wednesday, Ms. Mason did not address the nature of her relationship with the governor, but said she was “proud of what I have accomplished in my professional career.”

She accused Mr. Collier of “clear, demonstrated gender bias” and said, “There is no way that man would have said what he did today about another man.”

Ms. Mason is a controversial figure here in Montgomery, and one with seemingly unrivaled influence with Mr. Bentley. She is no longer on the state’s payroll — many details about her compensation are unclear — but she is a frequent presence in Mr. Bentley’s suite at the Capitol.

Amid Wednesday’s wave of criticism and questions, the governor and Mr. Collier offered deeply divergent accounts of Mr. Bentley’s relationship with Ms. Mason, who is married.

Mr. Collier, who served with Mr. Bentley in the Legislature, said he first became aware of the relationship in August 2014, after a member of the governor’s security detail observed “a text that was sexual in nature.” (The security officer, Stan Stabler, who succeeded Mr. Collier as law enforcement secretary, called that account “false.”) Within days, Mr. Collier said he heard a recording of “an inappropriate sexual conversation.”

The Alabama Media Group on Wednesday posted an excerpt from what it said was a recording of a telephone conversation between Mr. Bentley and Ms. Mason. In the segment, he refers to “when I stand behind you and I put my arms around you and I put my hands on your breasts.” Later, the governor said, “If we’re going to do what we did the other day, we’re going to have to start locking the door.”

Mr. Collier said he ultimately learned that someone in Mr. Bentley’s family had made the recording he heard, and he confronted the governor in August 2014, as they traveled to an event in Greenville, Ala.

“I told Governor Bentley that I loved him like a father and that there was nothing I wouldn’t do for him, except lie to a grand jury,” Mr. Collier said Wednesday, his left hand sometimes trembling. “I made Governor Bentley aware of the recording that I heard. I told Governor Bentley there was no need to try and explain it for anything other than it was. It was very obvious that it was sexual in nature.”

Mr. Bentley, Mr. Collier said, “simply hung his head and asked for advice on how to get out of it.” According to Mr. Collier, he warned the governor that using state resources to facilitate an affair amounted to a crime. Mr. Collier said Mr. Bentley assured him that he had violated no laws.

Joseph C. Espy III, a lawyer whom Mr. Collier said represented Mr. Bentley in some personal matters, did not respond to a phone call or an email. (Mr. Bentley’s campaign paid Mr. Espy’s law firm nearly $25,000 last year, according to campaign finance records.)

A spokesman for the Alabama attorney general declined to comment, and a spokeswoman for the United States attorney in Montgomery said she could neither confirm nor deny whether federal officials were investigating the governor.

Mr. Bentley and his supporters moved swiftly to discredit Mr. Collier, whom Mr. Bentley fired after an internal review “found a number of issues, including possible misuse of state money.” Mr. Collier has denied any wrongdoing. The dismissal was announced after the men clashed last month about Mr. Collier’s intention to submit an affidavit related to the pending ethics case against Michael G. Hubbard, the speaker of the state House of Representatives. Mr. Collier said the governor had asked him to lie; Mr. Bentley denied doing so.

Mr. Bentley, who appeared shaken when he stood before reporters on what he described as “a difficult day,” was similarly unequivocal as talk of potentially criminal conduct swirled: “I can assure the people of Alabama that, as their governor, I have never done anything illegal.”

He said that Ms. Mason had not asked him to refrain from the remarks for which he expressed contrition, but he said he had apologized to her and others.

“It’s not just one family,” the governor said. “There have been a lot of people who have been hurt by all of this, and the entire state of Alabama has suffered during this time.”

But there were some details, it seemed, that the governor wanted to remain out of public view. He would not, for instance, describe the extent, length or contents of his inappropriate contacts with Ms. Mason.

Asked if he had only erred when he was being recorded, the governor replied with a single word: “No.”


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US congressman Chaka Fattah convicted on corruption charges

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Veteran US congressman Chaka Fattah has been convicted of multiple frauds which prosecutors said were aimed at enriching himself and preserving his political career.

Fattah, 59, was found guilty on 23 counts including racketeering, fraud and money laundering.

His lawyers said the schemes were run without his knowledge by two political consultants who had pleaded guilty.

Fattah, from the Democratic Party, will be sentenced on 4 October.

The 59-year-old, who has represented West Philadelphia in Congress for two decades, is one of the most senior black lawmakers in Congress.

In one case, he is said to have used cash raised for an election campaign to pay off some of his son's student debt.

Prosecutors also said he disguised a lobbyist's bribe as payment for a car he never sold.

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi has said the charges against Fattah were "deeply saddening".

Four of his associates were also charged, prosecutors said.

Fattah's son, Chaka Fattah Jr, is already serving a five-year term in an overlapping fraud case related to loans associated with a business he ran.


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Top adviser to Pope charged with sexual assault offenses

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(CNN) Cardinal George Pell, a senior adviser to Pope Francis and the third-ranking official in the Holy See, is taking leave from the Vatican to fight historical sexual assault charges in his home country of Australia.

The case is the latest black mark against the Catholic Church, which has been reeling from sexual abuse scandals across several countries that date back decades. It could also have ramifications for Pope Francis, who counts Pell among his closest aides.

Australian police have not released a detailed list of charges against Pell and didn't disclose any information about alleged victims, saying only that there were multiple charges and "multiple complainants."

Pell said he had been the victim of "relentless character assassination," as he held a news conference early Thursday in Rome to rebut the allegations.

"I'm innocent of these charges, they are false," Pell said. "The whole idea of sexual abuse is abhorrent to me."


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DNC IT Staffer Imran Awan Arrested At Dulles Airport Trying To Flee Country – Charged With Bank Fraud [UPDATED]

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The face of voter fraud

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An elderly woman in Miami has pleaded guilty to stuffing ballots for a Republican mayoral candidate while she was working in the elections’ department during the 2016 campaign. Gladys Coego, 74, is one of five individuals believed to have committed voter fraud during the 2016 election.


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Holy Shit !!!

I've been told for years ( by dems ) that there is no voter fraud.
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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... g/2530119/
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/02 ... times.html
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Nice try with your fake news, pedro.

You've been told by Democrats that voter fraud is not widespread, contrary to the claims made by Trump and his Republican Party.

There is, however, widespread election fraud, which Republicans either perpetrate or ignore..

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If that were true , why have so many states ( mostly Dem controlled ) refused to disclose their voter rolls ??

Seems that they would want to clear the air and get the facts out there.

And fake news about the person in Hamilton County , Ohio ?
Nope , I live there and it's not fake.


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Kentucky GOP chair arrested & punched after he exposed himself in a store bathroom

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Friday, July 21, 2017

David Narramore, 54, was the Republican Party county chairman of Letcher County, Kentucky, until earlier this week when he resigned following his arrest for exposing himself to a department store employee.

Last Saturday, Narramore was in the bathroom of the Belk department store in Kingsport, Tennessee. A Belk employee who works in loss prevention in the next stall said that Narramore started rubbing his foot against the employee’s foot. The Republican then exposed himself to the employee.

Security escorted him to an office to wait for police to arrive. The police say that he “passively” resisted arrest and then attempted to fight officers, so they tried to tase him. When the taser didn’t work, a police officer hit Narramore in the face and wrestled him to the ground.

He was then taken to the Kingsport city jail. He is charged with indecent exposure and resisting arrest.

According to police, Narramore says that the employee touched his foot too.

Narramore, who is also a dentist, resigned on Tuesday as county chairman. According to a statement from Kentucky’s Republican Party, “Dr. Narramore is clearly going through some personal issues.”

“We wish him well as he attempts to deal with personal struggles,” the statement continues.

Narramore’s lawyer says his client “maintains his innocence,” but he has not commented on the charges.


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