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Traitor Van Taylor Accused of Affair with ISIS Bride
Looks like Trump and GOP voters aren’t the only ones getting screwed by Van Taylor. According to National File, Collin County Republican, Rep. Van Taylor, was caught having an affair with former ISIS bride Tania Georgelas, and using his position to pressure her into perverted activities.
In this sticky situation, Georgelas alleges she and Taylor met at an event to counter extremism, with the two exchanging numbers. The two began to text each other, with Georgelas admitting she initiated the affair. Georgelas claims that Taylor invited her to his residence in Plano that she also says he does not actually live in. After Georgelas reported having suicidal thoughts, and was struggling to make ends meet, Taylor continued the affair. Georgelas also claims Taylor offered her money multiple times and to buy her house from her for $600,000, pay her $150,000 to cover utilities, and help her open up a fitness studio.
We spoke to the ex-husband of Tania Georgelas who confirmed that Georgelas and Van Taylor did meet at the time she claims. He also confirmed that an offer of exactly $600,000 was made on their home by, what Georgelas told him was a “very good looking man.” Georgelas’ ex-husband also confirmed that Tania Georgelas was told by the buyer that she would be allowed to stay in the house after the purchase.
Georgelas’ ex-husband also confirmed he always suspected she was having an affair, although he was never sure with who exactly.
Lies aren’t something new to Taylor although it’s often his consituents who have been on the receiving end of his betrayal:
Taylor bowed to communists and supported removing Confederate statues from the Capitol, scrapping Southern representation from its statue gallery.
Taylor refused to acknowledge Biden ballot-stuffing in the 2020 elections.
Taylor backstabbed Trump voters and voted with Democrats to create infamous “bipartisan Jan. 6 Commission” designed to make conservatives political prisoners
Despite these revelations and numerous betrayals of the GOP base, many in the GOP still endorse him, among them Plano councilman Shelby Williams.
We reached out to Williams for comment on the alleged affair. He offered this response:
“...as always, I would first need to review and do my homework. I don’t take action based solely on allegations. Additionally, I have an innate skepticism of 11th hour bombshells.”
National File also posted a 35-minute long interview with Taylor’s alleged mistress where she goes into everything in detail. You can listen to that entire interview here.
Williams is sadly far from Van Taylor’s only endorsement. Among them is the same group that praised Lacey “Horizontal” Hull, Cole “FMA” Hefner, and Brooks “Simp-King” Landgraf: the ironically named Texas Values Action.
Van Taylor has done a phenomenal job of backstabbing his base, and coddling the enemy. The establishment likes this though; instead of solving the issues afflicting Americans, they “give aid and comfort to the enemy” so they can continue whining about these problems next session and do more screwjobs pretending to fix them.
As a result, while losers like Taylor should get reprimanded, if not expelled from the GOP, they get endorsements, donations, and speaking engagements where they continue to make false promises and offer lies to their constituents.
However, one thing you can do if you live in Taylor’s 3rd Congressional District to vote for his opponents. Chances are, anything aspiring to represent Collin county in Congress is better than its current occupant.
Regardless of your choice for Texas’s 3rd district, whether for Keith Self or Suzanne Harp, your vote can ensure Van Taylor is banished to the political dustbin forever. Same goes for every incumbent on Tuesday, except for good ones like Rep. Bryan Slaton and Sen. Bob Hall.
On March 1st, make one thing known: no more screwjobs, no more betrayals, and of course, no more FMA.
We have reached out to Congressman Van Taylor for comment. His phone was off.
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