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Tramp Virginia Democrat Susanna Gibson Proud of her Obscene Sex Acts As A Candidate

"Leftist commentator Larry Sabato and most Democrats see nothing wrong when a candidate raises money using obscene sex acts for tips," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate, "and the revelation of Susanna Gibson's frequent appeals for funds using sex acts are to be accepted in their lowest level of Hell."

Sabato appeared on a Richmond area news show and seemed to condone the obscene acts:

(the district is a toss up and) " just don't know," (what impact the scandal has).

Democrat Commentator Does Not Know Impact of Sex Performer Candidate


A Democratic candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates performed sex acts with her husband online - and asked her virtual audience to pitch in with "tips," The Post has learned.

Susanna Gibson, a mother of two young children who is running in a competitive race to represent District 57 in Richmond, showed quite a bit more than skin on the adult streaming website Chaturbate, according to screenshots of archived material reviewed by The Post.

The 40-year-old nurse practitioner hosted more than a dozen of the live romps with her husband on the platform, which was then posted to a publicly accessible archive on the website Recurbate in September 2022 after she declared her candidacy, the Washington Post first reported.

Gibson also apparently maintained her Chaturbate profile after having announced her campaign in July 2022, uploading at least one picture of herself on the sex streaming site the following month, according to a screenshot obtained by The Post.

The unconventional candidate had more than 5,770 Chaturbate followers, whom she repeatedly pressed for more "tokens" in exchange for certain acts in "private" showings - adding that she was "raising money for a good cause."

In other videos, she suggested that she and her husband have "tried swapping" with different partners as she is "ethically non-monogamous," but that he "doesn't like sharing."

Gibson often thanked her viewers after the tokens arrived and her husband, a lawyer, in at least one case echoed her requests, reports the New York Post.