Virginia Democrat: I’ll pay $100k for nude pics of Kendall Jones

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A Virginia Democrat says he’s willling to pony up some serious cash for nude photos of 19-year-old Kendall Jones. And he’s hoping social media will help him get the goods.

Mike Dickinson, who is seeking Rep. Eric Cantor’s House seat despite not being on the ballot, took to Twitter in an attempt to get his hands on nude photos and videos of the Texas Tech cheerleader who has come under fire for a series of hunting photos she posted on her Facebook page.

Dickinson is going the write-in route.

From the Examiner:

Dickinson’s campaign, if one can even call it that, has consisted primarily of unhinged, inappropriate rants on Twitter, attacking critics and declaring war on those with whom he disagrees, which is pretty much anyone to the right of Josef Stalin. He routinely refers to members of the Tea Party as terrorists, saying in a recent tweet that a dead teabagger is a good teabagger.

Thursday morning, he made a solid offer:

Dickinson then targets any ex-boyfriends:

And takes a shot at Jones:

And another shot:

Then he gets nasty:

Apparently with no takers, he makes another plea a few hours later:

Via UPI, Examiner

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