Wayne Madsen: Marco Rubio Gay Homosexual Duplicity Update — with Photos

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Wayne Madsen

Wayne Madsen

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EDIT: Some seem confused about why we sought permission to post this original work by Wayne Madsen. This is not about Marco Rubio being a very active gay in his youth and perhaps still today, this about Marco Rubio’s duplicity in relation to Christian evangelicals – we support gay candidates for office, we do not support people who lie about their secret lives and are therefore subject to blackmail or control as part of the price they pay for lying.

With permission of the author, full text below the fold.

Short URL: http://tinyurl.com/Gay-Rubio

January 29-31, 2016 — WMR REPORTING FROM FLORIDA — Rubio’s coke house, gayish dance troupe, and foam parties

Republican insiders have reported to WMR that Florida Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio was, as a high school and college student, known to be a very extroverted homosexual in both South Beach in Miami, a popular gay area, and at college in Gainesville, Florida.

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