RINO Rep Van Taylor was forced to admit that he had an affair with ‘ISIS Bride’ Tania Joya.
Taylor attempted to silence Joya with a hush-money payment.
The story gets even worse. Media outlets refused to cover the story and basically told Joya to be quiet about it. She claims it is “because he’s not an extreme right-winger.”
‘ISIS Bride’ Tania Joya says establishment media were protecting Rep. Van Taylor (R-TX) and refused to report on their affair — with one journalist even telling her to stop trying to publicize the relationship, which included a $5000 hush money payment.
Citing Breitbart News for first reporting hush payments from Taylor to Jones, Joya revealed her frustration with several publications that ignored her pleas for help in 2021 — well before Taylor failed to gain a 50 percent threshold on Tuesday to avoid a runoff and the subsequent suspension of his campaign.
“I emailed Tim Taliaferro from Texas Monthly last year, but he didn’t respond,” Joya said about her effort to out Taylor in late February of 2021.
“I also contacted Dallas Morning News’ Dave Lieber,” Joya told Breitbart News before explaining she was turned away. “‘We’re not investigating Van Taylor,’ and that was it,” Joya recounted Lieber’s response in July to her query, which included evidence exposing Taylor’s raunchy sexting.
“Lieber told me to take down my tweets about exposing Van,” she recalled, also noting the Dallas Morning News only reported on the affair after Taylor suspended his campaign.
“I told Dallas Morning News that I reached out months ago, but they weren’t interested in exposing Van’s unethical behavior,” she said. “I told them on Monday that I regretted that his daughters had to find out and that my interview was leaked, which I was very upset about.”
“The Dallas Morning News has supported Van for two years because he’s not an extreme right-winger,” Joya said about the intentions of the establishment media.
He was a RINO and voted for the sham Jan 6th committee.
Taylor, an NRA-backed conservative, is one of just four Texas Republicans who rejected Donald Trump’s so-called big lie, in which he continues to falsely claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him. With the first reports of his affair coming out about 36 hours before the polls opened, he fell just short of the 50 percent threshold to avoid a runoff in Tuesday’s primary, with 49 percent of the vote. His decision to withdraw leaves second-place finisher Keith Self, a former Collin County judge, as the GOP’s presumptive candidate in the deeply red district for November’s general election against Democrat Sandeep Srivastava.
The Palmieri Report is a Pro-America News Outlet founded by Jacob Palmieri. The Palmieri Report is dedicated to giving people the truth so that they can form their own informed political opinions.
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