Financial Troubles For America’s Roller Nazi

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but Madison Cawthorn always sucks.

Republican cocaine-fueled orgies observer and noted Hitler fanboi, Rep. Madison Cawthorne’s fundraising effort for his 2022 Pie Fight is, uh, in trouble.

Cawthorn reported spending more money than he raised and after accounting for his debts, only has a net $115,575 cash on hand. North Carolina’s media market is sort of mid-tier and $115K Ameros will not produce much in high-production value ads let alone a saturation media buy. He’s in significant trouble.

His expenses includes an inordinate amount of office supply purchases, travel, tobacco(!), Chick-Fil-A, and Pappa’s Beer(!). I have not gone through the whole list, but an enterprising journalist might be tempted. Something ain’t right.

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9 Responses to Financial Troubles For America’s Roller Nazi

  1. Martin Pollard says:

    He’s the stereotypical “frat boy that doesn’t give a shit and doesn’t care about anything other than getting attention.” That’s just how he rolls. (See that? See what I did there?) He never belonged in office in the first place, and the fact that he’s there says a lot about the state of today’s electorate (none of it good).

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  2. Would like to know more about the many “office supplies” purchases on 2/28 alone, and from so many different companies:
    Sam’s Club — about $1600
    Staples — about $900
    Amazon — about $900 total
    Lowe’s — about $330
    Office Depot — about $350
    Target — about $700

    Not to mention all the travel expenditures, and the bank fees.

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    • tengrain says:

      Yeah, it really stood out to me, too. I did not know that Lowes carried office supplies.

      All reps have their capitol office (d’uh) and a district office but it still seems excessive. Why each office at the Capitol would order their own supplies instead of combining them for a volume discount seems so inefficient to me. I mean, I remember doing that in the Web 2.0 days.




      • MDavis says:

        Lowe’s office supplies – all I can see is supplies to make the place wheelchair accessible. Although, they do sell basic stuff like light bulbs and paper products.


  3. MDavis says:

    $115K is enough for a plane ticket out of country.

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  4. roket says:

    Sounds like a job for the RNC.


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