Arizona Republican lawmaker apparently paid two boys $10 for sex on numerous occasions.

By |2019-03-30T13:55:25-08:00March 31st, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |10 Comments

Oh, this is not good.

Courtesy of Law and Crime

A Republican state representative in Arizona abruptly resigned on Wednesday after refusing to cooperate with a state ethics committee. Late Friday, documents released by the committee alleged that Rep. David Stringer paid two children for sex.

According to the Arizona Republic, Stringer was arrested in Baltimore in September 1983. A police report alleged that Stringer met a boy and his friend–both of whom were under the age of 15 at the time–in a park and propositioned them for sex sometime in 1982.

The police report also states that one of the boys Stringer is alleged to have paid for sex with developmentally disabled and that the Arizona Republican “should have reasonably known” about said disability. Additionally, one of the boys was 13-years-old.

“(Name redacted) said that about a year ago he was in Patterson Park with a boy (name redacted) when a man stopped and asked if they wanted to go to his house and have some sex,” the report notes.

Each boy claimed to have both received oral sex from and to have performed oral sex on the long-serving Arizona Republican.

The boys were paid $10 each for participating in the acts, and according to one of the boys it happened at least ten more times. 

Stringer was arrested at the time and charged with eight counts of various sex crimes, he accepted a plea deal of five years probation and was required to seek treatment for his impulses.

However, for some reason, his record was expunged and these crimes only came to light again recently. 

Of course, Stringer’s attorney is claiming that the charges against her client were based on “unfounded allegations” and that he was never convicted. 

Which is true because he accepted a plea deal and there was never a trial. 

But if he was so innocent back then why did he take a plea deal, and why has he abruptly resigned now?  

Stringer was also caught on video last year complaining that there were “not enough white kids to go around” and lamenting that “If we don’t do something about immigration very, very soon, the demographics of our country will be irrevocably changed and we will be a very different country and we will not be the country you were born into.”

So he is not only a pedophile, he is a racist pedophile. 

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10 Comments

  1. Anonymous March 31, 2019 at 6:41 am

    Soon,Trump will make even Pedophilia acceptable.

    Conservative and now unemployed homophobic blogger Denise Mcallister goes on gay sex rant forgetting if she lets her husband screw her in the rear or she goes down on him, that is just what two guys do, only one smells better.

  2. anonymous March 31, 2019 at 7:34 am

    On the ‘down low’ …
    “his study provides empirical evidence that proves something we have known for a long time: that rich people have bought the Republican Party.

    https://www.politicususa.com/2019/03/31/new-study-shows-rich-ceos-are-buying-the-republican-party.html

    https://www.axios.com/ceo-political-giving-republicans-1ef230b4-ba70-4be9-86f7-38c64fcc097e.html

    “Abstract
    CEOs of public companies have influence over the political spending of their firms, which has been attracting significant attention since the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United. Furthermore, the policy views expressed by CEOs receive substantial consideration from policymakers and the public. Therefore, we argue, the political preferences of CEOs are important for a full understanding of U.S. policy making and politics. To contribute to this understanding, we provide novel empirical evidence on the partisan leanings of public-company CEOs.

    We use Federal Election Commission (FEC) records to compile a comprehensive database of the political contributions made by more than 3,500 individuals who served as CEOs of S&P 1500 companies between 2000 and 2017. We find that these political contributions display substantial partisan preferences in support of Republican candidates. We identify how this pattern is related to the company’s industry, geographical region, and CEO gender. To highlight the significance of CEOs’ partisan preferences, we show that public companies led by Republican CEOs tend to be less transparent to investors with respect to their political spending. Finally, we conclude by discussing the important policy implications of our analysis.”

    • Beaglemom April 1, 2019 at 4:01 am

      Those Koch brothers and the Citizens United decision keep popping up.

  3. Anonymous March 31, 2019 at 8:26 am

    How many times have we seen it, IMers?
    The louder they scream against, the more guilty of it they are.

  4. Marthe March 31, 2019 at 9:38 am

    I checked David Stringer’s voting records in the Arizona legislature just in case he had voted hypocritically against LGBT rights.

    While he didn’t appear to have voted on that particular subject, I found an interesting bill that he sponsored. It’s about the early termination of registration for sex offenders. I wonder why.

    https://apps.azleg.gov/BillStatus/BillOverview/71412

  5. anon March 31, 2019 at 8:32 pm
  6. puck March 31, 2019 at 11:22 pm

    at least he had the “sense” to step down. perverted rich white republican men. hey!! we can f….. anything we want!!!!! not anymore. we are watching you-even in your bed. ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Anonymous April 1, 2019 at 7:48 pm

    It’s Arizona. They’ll just replace him with another racist pedophile.

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