Sex Tape Leaked Recorded In Capitol Hill

( – A big shock hit the United States Senate when a scandal involving a video of two men doing explicit things in a Senate hearing room spread online.

According to Fox News and the Daily Caller, the U.S. Capitol Police knew about a homemade adult video that was posted on the internet. This very detailed video showed someone said to be a congressional staffer having intimate relations with another man in Room 216 of the Hart Senate Office Building.

Even though we don’t know for sure who the men in the video are, the Daily Caller mentioned that it was leaked in a chat and “shared in a private group for gay men in politics.”

People on social media were saying the alleged staffer worked for Senator Ben Cardin. After the news broke, Cardin’s office said they let go of a legislative aide but didn’t say anything about the reports connecting a staff member to the video. The U.S. Senate is dealing with a scandal because of a video showing two men in Room 216 of the Hart Senate Office Building.

“Someone made a video, and if any workers were part of it, they might lose their jobs,” said Turley on his website. The big question is if there will be any criminal charges.

After the Daily Caller shared the video, a worker in Senator Ben Cardin’s office got fired, but they didn’t talk about the rumors connecting the worker to the video.

Turley mentioned a law in D.C. that deals with inappropriate acts. He wonders if the video counts as being ‘in public,’ especially if it happened in a locked committee room. He compares it to how people might see after-hours activities in a congressional office.

The room where the video was made, Room 216 in the Hart Senate Office Building, is well-known. Senators use it to question important nominees, even Supreme Court justices.