If Our Mayors Are THIS Corrupt, What Is The Rest Of The Population Like Behind Closed Doors?

Tuesday, August 9, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder
ZeroHedge.com
August 8th, 2016

It isn’t just the politicians in Washington D.C. that are deeply corrupt. In this article you will read about two prominent mayors that have engaged in absolutely horrific behavior, and you will read about a sex scandal out in California that involved 24 different police officers sleeping with the same prostitute. The reason why I write about these things is not to gross you out. Instead, the goal is to get America to take a long look in the mirror. Ultimately, we aren’t going to turn this country around by electing the right president, because the truth is that the biggest problem with this nation is in our own hearts. Until we get our hearts right, nothing is going to really change.

When I was growing up, mayors were people that you looked up to and respected. But these days many of them appear to be sex-fueled maniacs. Just consider the case of Fairfax, Virginia mayor R. Scott Silverthorne. If you are not familiar with Fairfax, it is an upscale D.C. suburb that is only about 20 miles away from the White House. Silverthorne was serving his third-term as mayor, and most people thought he was a good guy until it was discovered that he was trading meth for group sex with men…

The mayor of Fairfax, Virginia, is resigning following his arrest for allegedly attempting to trade methamphetamine for a group sex session with men he met online.

City officials said in a news release Monday that R. Scott Silverthorne’s resignation will take effect at noon Thursday.

Silverthorne was arrested last Thursday on a felony drug distribution charge.

Following his arrest, Silverthorne was also fired from his job as a substitute teacher in Fairfax County Public Schools.

The Rest…HERE

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