Dem Congressional Candidate Gets Sloppy Drunk at Daughter's Sleepover, Curses at Kids and Pukes on Their Shoes

Dem Congressional Candidate Gets Sloppy Drunk at Daughter's Sleepover, Curses at Kids and Pukes on Their Shoes

Is this story really just a metaphor for the Democratic Party’s chances during the upcoming midterm elections?

It’s very possible.

According to the website NonDoc, a Democratic congressional candidate in Oklahoma had a rough go of it recently during a daughter’s sleepover party:

A Valentine’s Day weekend sleepover party for tween girls that included watching the film Titanic turned bizarre and tearful after parents say Oklahoma 5th Congressional District candidate Abby Broyles allegedly became drunk and berated some of the children in attendance.

The party, held at the home of a Deer Creek Public Schools parent on Feb. 11, included eight girls between the ages of 12 and 13. Broyles was allegedly at the home the night of the party at the invitation of the homeowner, who is the mother of one of the children.

According to multiple accounts of the evening, Broyles became intoxicated and spoke derogatorily to some of the girls. She allegedly called one girl an “acne **cker,” which prompted the girl to leave the room in tears. Broyles allegedly called another girl a “Hispanic **cker” and another a “judgy **cker.”

At one point, Broyles allegedly vomited into a laundry basket and onto one girl’s shoes.

One of the alleged mothers of an offended young tweener took to Twitter to vent her disgust and frustration:

Like a typical Democrat, Broyles then denied anything happened and instead blamed it on a girl and a “political hit job.”

“I saw the tweets. I have been out of town on a fundraising trip, and they are awful and offensive and false,” Broyles said. “I mean, I get trolled on Twitter all the time, but I don’t know these women and I don’t know what is behind this, but it’s just not true.”

She was then asked if she had ever gone to the house where the slumber party occurred, and she said, “No.”

“I don’t want to talk about — I mean, this is ridiculous that this is becoming a thing,” Broyles said. “This didn’t happen.”

So — it’s all just…made up?

An attorney and a former KFOR reporter who attended law school with the host of the sleepover, Broyles also threatened to file suit against NonDoc for reporting the claims.

“I’m running for office. You don’t think this is a political attack? You don’t think this is something they cooked up?” Broyles said.

Asked if she meant that 12 and 13-year-old girls had “cooked up” a story against her for political purposes, Broyles said she meant “their moms.”

“I mean, I don’t know,” Broyles said. “I have no idea. This is — I’m just telling you it’s not true, and if I were a journalist I would not be doing a story, because it’s not a story.”

But apparently…it is.


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