Bigfoot Erotica is Part of the Political Conversation Now

Why is bigfoot erotica part of the political conversation? Because it’s 2018 and nothing makes sense.

Democrat Leslie Cockburn, who is running for a congressional seat in Virginia against Denver Riggleman, took to Twitter last night with…whatever this is.


And this…

According to the New York Post, Riggleman says the pictures are simply a joke his military friends played on him for his birthday. In a statement to The Daily Progress, Cockburn kept taking it very seriously indeed.

Leslie has been traveling throughout the district meeting with real people about real issues that matter to them. Meanwhile, Mr. Riggleman is home scrubbing his social media of ‘Bigfoot erotica’ and who knows what else.

Riggleman did write a book about Bigfoot hunters, but says that it is “assuredly not” erotica. In a statement, his campaign said:

[Riggleman’s] book is acknowledged as a satire, while Leslie Cockburn has written a book that should not be viewed as such. Denver’s unpublished book is based on a mythical creature that he does not believe in, Cockburn’s book is based on an anti-Israel worldview she does believe in.

2018, everybody.



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