Tuesday, May 3, 2016

North Carolina Senator Phil Berger, President Pro Tempore, may be sexually deviant, explaining his HB2 actions

Considering the long list of incidents at the national level below and the blatant pandering to North Carolina's religious right by Senator Berger, it stands to chance Phil may have some kind of sexuality disorder.

As fixated on Men in Women's or vice versa bathroom, locker and shower homophobia and discrimination to the extent in which Berger engaged, it may make sense the President Pro Tempore suffers from some inner demons, not unlike others who have risen to similar heights of power.

If about 5% of the population is gay, there may be about a 5% Phil Berger is too.

If about 0.5% of the population may be transgender, the same chance or perhaps better exists that Phil Berger has experienced transgender thoughts.

Considering the company of fine upstanding individuals who have deviated from the norm within the political establishment over time, there may be something unknown about Phil Berger's declared sexual identity.

David Dreier, Representative (R-CA), voted against a number of gay rights proposals, but was outed concerning his relationship with his chief of staff. (2004)

Larry Craig (R-ID) a US Senator for 18 years, was apprehended and arrested on June 11, 2007, with a charge of lewd conduct in a men's restroom at the International Airport in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

Ed Schrock, Representative (R-VA), announced he would abort his 2004 attempt for a third term in Congress after allegedly being caught on tape soliciting sex from a male prostitute after having aggressively opposed various gay-rights issues in Congress, such as same-sex marriage and gays in the military.

Mark Foley, Representative (R-FL), resigned his House seat when accused of sending sexually explicit e-mails to teenage male congressional pages. He was replaced by Tim Mahoney. (2006)

Eric Massa, U.S. Representative (D-NY), resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted groping and tickling of multiple male staffers. He later stated on Fox News, "not only did I grope [a staffer], I tickled him until he couldn't breathe," (2010)[112][113]

Robert Bauman, Representative (R-MD), was charged with attempting to solicit sex from a 16-year-old male prostitute.[39] Upon completing an alcoholism rehabilitation program, the charges were dropped. Bauman apologized to voters for his indiscretions but was defeated for re-election.

Jon Hinson Representative (R-MS), resigned after being charged with attempted sodomy for performing oral sex on a male employee of the Library of Congress.

Fred Richmond, Representative (D-NY): Charges that he solicited sex from a 16-year-old boy were dropped after he submitted to counseling.

David I. Walsh, Senator (D-MA), was accused of visiting a male brothel frequented by Nazi spies in Brooklyn

Scott DesJarlais (R-TN), U.S. Representative. In 2012, it was revealed that DesJarlais, a physician at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, while running on a pro-life platform, made his ex-wife have two abortions, and tried to persuade a mistress who was his patient, into an abortion as well. DesJarlais has admitted under oath to at least six affairs, including two patients and his staffers.

Strom Thurmond, Senator (R-SC), noted segregationist, fathered a child, Essie Mae Washington-Williams, with a 15-year-old African American in 1925 who was employed by the Thurmond family.

Barney Frank, Representative (D-MA), was reprimanded by the House for fixing 33 parking tickets for Steve Gobie, a male escort who lived with Frank and claimed to have conducted an escort service from Frank's apartment without his knowledge.

James Henry Hammond, U.S. Representative and later Senator from SC of the (Nullifier Party),[18] engaged in a homosexual relationship with a college friend, pursued what he called "a little dalliance" with his teenage nieces, and had sexual relationships with female slaves including a girl aged 12.


Could this be the reason Senator Phil Berger signed off on a law with no criminal penalties?