Tweet of the Day: Dem offers $100K for nude photos of teen huntress

A Virginia Democratic congressional candidate is offering a $100,000 reward to anyone who can provide him with either a sex tape or nude photographs of 19-year-old Texas Tech cheerleader Kendall Jones.

Mike Dickenson, who is seeking the seat left by former Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-VA., began making the offer on his Twitter account early Wednesday, and repeated it throughout the day.

Her sin? She recently received notoriety for her passion as a big game hunter, and posted photos of her trophies on Facebook.

Here’s Dickenson’s first tweet:

Dickenson solicited for the Jones photos and videos all day, with no apparent takers. On Thursday he expanded his horizons:

Shortly after Jones posted photos of her African safari trophies on Facebook, Twitter users with the same name were inundated with hateful tweets, causing them to say, “not me!”

Hollywood jumped on board. Here’s a tweet from actor/musician Keegan Allen:

Facebook eventually took it upon itself to remove all the safari photos from Jones’ page, citing a violation of a rule prohibiting “graphic images shared for sadistic effect or to celebrate or glorify violence.” Interestingly enough, for a few days Facebook saw no problem with a “Kill Kendall Jones” page.

As for the Virginia Democratic candidate, he’s continuing his offer to pay for salacious Jones photos as of Friday morning. Doesn’t he have a campaign to run? His campaign’s Twitter feed, “Dickenson for Congress,” follows 404 other accounts, many pornographic.

Seriously, is this the best the Democratic Party can do?

Michael Dorstewitz

Michael Dorstewitz

Michael Dorstewitz is a recovering Michigan trial lawyer and former research vessel deck officer. He has written extensively for BizPac Review.


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