Rep. Barton Warned Woman He'd Call Cops If She Showed His Dangly Bits

Rep. Joe Barton has been made out to be a pervert and apologized after he's the victim of revenge porn.

Washington, D.C. - Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas), 68, had warned a woman that he would call the police if she released his sexually explicit photos, videos, and messages. She went ahead and did just that, and he did what he promised to do.

This is not another case of a politician or celebrity being accused of sexual harassment. By all indications, the sexually explicit content was shared between Barton and the woman over a period of years while they were in a consensual sexual relationship.

The woman's release of Barton's nude photos is in violation of revenge porn laws in both Texas and Washington D.C., which makes her a criminal, and Barton a crime victim.

We will not be sharing the nude photos because Barton is a crime victim.

Washington Post reporters spoke with the woman and reported on a recording that the woman had made of Barton warning her that he would go to police. The newspaper called it "an attempt to intimidate her."

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“I want your word that this ends,” he said, according to the recording, adding: “I will be completely straight with you. I am ready if I have to, I don’t want to, but I should take all this crap to the Capitol Hill Police and have them launch an investigation. And if I do that, that hurts me potentially big time.”

“Why would you even say that to me?” the woman responded. “The Capitol Hill police? And what would you tell them, sir?”

Said Barton: “I would tell them that I had a three-year undercover relationship with you over the Internet that was heavily sexual and that I had met you twice while married and had sex with you on two different occasions and that I exchanged inappropriate photographs and videos with you that I wouldn’t like to be seen made public, that you still apparently had all of those and were in position to use them in a way that would negatively affect my career. That’s the truth.”

People on the internet are now gleefully sharing Barton's nude photos and making him out to be some kind of pervert, and the woman to be the victim.

The Washington Post reporter behind the story even took to Twitter to try to find people to accuse Barton of being a pervert:

After his nude pictures were spread around the internet, Barton apologized on Wednesday for being the victim of revenge porn.

"While separated from my second wife, prior to the divorce, I had sexual relationships with other mature adult women," Barton said. "Each was consensual. Those relationships have ended. I am sorry I did not use better judgment during those days. I am sorry that I let my constituents down."

U.S. Capitol Police have now launched an investigation into the matter.

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So he was separated or divorced so why is the Washington post trying to do what couldn't be done at the election booth and to think they were once a decent paper now they're a national enquire


Right! WaPo has exchanged integrity for political assassination pieces. I am so frustrated by trying to find a true non biased news source. How sad. The media has done more damage to our citizens than either side of the corrupt government by refusing to report truthfully and letting the citizens decide for ourselves where we stand. Instead they treat us like children who can't make up our own minds... then we respond like sheep being herded by a sheepdog!


There can't be double standards... the man is a victim of a crime, the woman is the perp! The man was kind enough to let her know he would come forward with a criminal complaint if she shared the privately shared information... that's not a threat that is the truth. Let her suffer the consequences, and anyone who shares that information is no better than a victim shaming pervert themselves. Such sick people. :(