Best States in the U.S. to Run For Office in If You Are a Sexual Deviant

Written by Al N.

Saturday, 18 November 2017


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If you want to see how your state ranks on the Sexual Deviancy Scale, check the above map.

A new survey arrived out of Science Town today about the mood of people across the country on the subject of sexual degeneracy. They found that:

1. One of the best states for sexual deviants to run for office in is Alabama, based on the states's acceptance of Roy Moore admitted dalliances with underage females.

2. Another state that is good would be California, where the former governator, Ahnold, had a child with the help, right under the nose of his well-connected wife.

3. New York gets a big nod, with Governor Elliot Spitzer spending over $80,000 on prostitutes, after chastising the sex industry. Special bonus: Anthony Weiner's state!

4. North Carolina, with a Senator who carried on dalliances and impregnated another woman while his wife was dying from breast cancer, also joins the list.

5. President has proved to be a goldmine for sexual deviants, as JFK, George H.W. Bush the First, LBJ, Bill Clinton, and of course Trump, are all well-known for sexual deviant stories. So add Washington, DC to the list.

These are just the Top Five. Other states are of course deserving.

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