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Democrat Politician Makes His Apology For Porn-Site Screenshot

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We all make mistakes, a lot of them. Sometimes these mistakes are not illegal…but they are most definitely reputation crushing. That’s the problem one very foolish Democrat state lawmaker has to deal with at the moment, as he was the politician who unintentionally shared a screen shot that revealed pornographic websites in the web browser tabs. But now he has insisted: ‘I am not a pervert’.

Yeah, alright buddy! It’s okay…Well, wasting taxpayer money while you get your jollies off wasn’t okay…

Democratic Rep. Ramon Perez, of Providence, Rhode Island, labeled his actions as an ‘innocent mistake’ on Tuesday after he dealt out a screen grab to the House Finance Committee last Wednesday that had a couple pornographic web titles showing on other tabs.

Perez, who then shared the embarrassing screen shot on his own Facebook page, which also led him to delete his account, claimed that it really wasn’t what everyone thought it was, and that someone had shared it with him.

Uh huh.

From Daily Mail:

Perez brought printouts of a Wikipedia article to give to House Finance Committee members as part of his testimony in favor of a car accident insurance bill. But the screen shot, time stamped at 2:07am, showed multiple browser tabs with ‘teen’ ‘young,’ and ‘MILF’ in the titles. No pornographic images could be seen. Perez apologized and called it an ‘innocent mistake’

A House spokesman confirmed Perez gave the document to the clerk, who distributed them before the unsavory tabs were discovered. Perez, who submitted a new handout the next day, said the screen shot was provided to him by a friend whom he’d asked to research the information.

He spoke with ABC:

‘I was asking a friend if they know something about it. So a friend sent me that picture with the information I was looking for. I used that picture to make copies. I didn’t see the stuff at the top.’

When he was asked who the person was, Perez said:

‘I won’t mention anything, because it’s my fault.’

Before Perez deleted his Facebook page, he had shared a now-deleted post with the screenshot, writing:

‘Tell me people what you see wrong in this picture? I was sent this picture with information I needed it for one of my bill, I didn’t notice what was wrong with it, until I got a few calls about it. My fault for not noticing that the picture I had received, had something bad on it, and used it by mistake.’

Rep. Teresa Tanzi, a member of the committee, called the whole matter ‘deeply disturbing.’

On Tuesday, the first-term representative had a chance to apologize right to Tanzi, in which he did, and he also asked his colleagues to forgive him as well.

‘I am not a pervert. I made a big mistake of trusting too much in people. I know that people don’t believe me here. They say that’s the excuse everybody makes, oh, it was somebody else.’

What do you think? Was it ‘somebody else’? Or do you believe him?

 

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