POLITICO: ‘He’s Not OK’: The Entirely Predictable Unraveling of Madison Cawthorn

‘He’s Not OK’: The Entirely Predictable Unraveling of Madison Cawthorn
A string of embarrassing incidents has led many to question whether the young congressman from North Carolina was really ready for the job.

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5 thoughts on “POLITICO: ‘He’s Not OK’: The Entirely Predictable Unraveling of Madison Cawthorn

  1. While there is definitely no lost love for this man, I do feel rather sorry for him. His disability came far too young in his life … and his actions and reactions are greatly based on this fact. Certainly, others might have handled things differently, but not everyone is the same. One day he will grow up … if he doesn’t take his own life before then.

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    1. Hello Nan. When you look at how he was raised you get a sense of how unprepared for the realities of life he was. He was a boy raised in a high religious upper middle class highly conservative family. He was home schooled. He was taught he was important as a boy and his physical abilities made him important to his father. He was clearly immature in college where he acted out against the rules, sexually harassed females, and seemed to need to exaggerate himself to appeal to others. He treated females as if they were unimportant for anything but his pleasure.

      Then the accident happened. He takes no responsibility, but he is partially responsible. His 17 year old friend fell asleep when he and 18 year old Cawthorn were driving home from spring break in Florida. What are good Christian boys doing spring break in places well known for drug and heavy drinking parties? Cawthorn was asleep and the younger boy started falling asleep at the wheel. Again Cawthorn has repeatedly lied and sued everyone from his friend, his friend’s father, their insurance company, and anyone he thought he could get money out of. During a recorded deposition he claimed that he missed not just being physically able but focused on his how his penis was affected by the crash again and again like a young teen might do, not a 20 something adult. He never focused on the fact his family has resources that enabled them to change their entire home to place a new bedroom upstairs and remodel the 1st floor to accommodate all of Cawthorn’s needs. He mentioned in that deposition and in talks with others he felt his dad did not love him now that he was disabled. Why would he think that? It all points to a very self centered immature kid. Then he gets tapped by the local Republican big wigs who are friends of his fathers to run for office and he won. Then he became a celebrity, and he got the attention he had been craving. Every time the attention slowed down he did or said something outrageous to get it back. At the same time he was still breaking the laws and rules getting caught three times driving without a license and lying about the car he was driving belonging not to him but his father. He lied and continues to lie constantly about everything, even stuff that never mattered. Just like his hero tRump. He needs to get out of the public eye and grow up, develop himself, find real friends, and maybe he can find something to do once he grows up. Hugs

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