|Robed and disrobed Bill Pryor|
That's because we have obtained two more nude photographs of U.S. Circuit Judge William H. Pryor, one of Donald Trump's three finalists to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. The Pryor photos first appeared at a print publication in the 1980s and found their way to the badpuppy.com gay-porn super site in 1997.
The irony, of course, is that Pryor has made virulently anti-LGBT statements, and his career has been relentlessly pushed by former Alabama U.S. Senator and current Trump Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who is a closeted homosexual himself and once was caught on law-enforcement surveillance making frequent late-night visits to Pryor's residence in Montgomery, Alabama. (See video at the end of this post.)
Sessions' false statements to Congress about meetings with a Russian ambassador during the 2016 campaign have him at the center of the KremlinGate scandal, which threatens to end Sessions' political career and bring down the Trump administration, almost before it gets started.
Issues related to gay porn and closeted homosexual activity go right to the top of the U.S. Justice Department, and they launched with two short, beady-eyed men from Alabama, who claim to be "pro family" conservatives.
As for the military, its problems started with male Marines taking photos of female colleagues in various states of undress and posting them to a private social-media site called Marines United. It has grown to other branches of the service, with gay-porn photos and public Web sites. From a report at USA Today:
The military scandal involving sharing of sexually explicit images of troops has expanded beyond the private social media site Marines United to a slew of gay pornography web pages with images of men wearing military uniforms engaged in sex acts, USA TODAY has learned.
The broadened investigation to an increasing number of websites underscores the complexity of policing social media sites where sensitive images can be uploaded in an instant for all to see. In the case of the sites with gay pornography, military investigators will be tasked with determining whether active-duty troops were involved in conduct that could bring discredit on their service, a potential violation of military law.
Military gay-porn photos are appearing at Tumblr, which is one of the sites where our readers found additional photos of Bill Pryor. One gay-porn page at Tumblr is called HornySgt, and it definitely is NSFW. Here is more from USA Today:
The Marine Corps is not the only service affected. Images of men in the uniforms of sailors, soldiers and airmen also appear on an array of Tumblr sites. Similar to the Marines United case, it is unclear whether men appearing in the images — some photographed engaging in sex — provided consent to have their images shared publicly. Victims of so-called revenge porn in the Marines United case have limited protection under military law if the photographs or videos were taken originally with their consent.
Navy, Marine, Army, Air Force and Coast Guard investigators have "established a multi-service task force to expand the investigation," she said.
Military officials briefed Congress on Thursday about the Marines United scandal, in which hundreds of active-duty Marines have viewed photos of servicewomen taken without their consent and cyberbullied some of them.
On some of the gay Tumblr sites, fully dressed troops appear in photos with their name tags visible. At least one such Marine did not agree for his photo to be republished amid a sea of images of men having sex, according Lt. Col. Eric Dent, a Marine Corps spokesman.
Military gay-porn is not all you can find at Tumblr; you also can find nude images of federal judge Bill Pryor. We will be providing the evidence very soon.
Below is a video with information about the surveillance that caught Jeff Sessions making frequent late-night visits to Bill Pryor's residence in Montgomery, Alabama.