I was doing some work for the Monster Factory and stumbled upon a scene from Wrestlemania 2000. Even as a former wrestler who is still connected to the business, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing as former Monster Factory graduates, D-Lo Brown and Godfather made their way to the ring. As I heard rapper Ice-T spit lyrics about “bitches and hoes”, I couldn’t help but think of how this would be greeted by today’s ultra conservative candidates. Then I remembered that Rick Santorum used to work for them. STORY HERE Then as I chuckled about the hypocrisy of Rick Santorum doing such, that is when I spotted this. At the 3:48 mark of the video, right at the part in the rap where Godfather tells everyone in attendance to smoke a blunt and hop aboard the Ho train, we see someone in the crowd with a striking resemblance to Rick Santorum. Complete with credentials around his neck.
Here is the actual clip from Wrestlemania 2000. You be the judge!
Here is a clip of Rick Santorum talking about how religion guides him. How church and family are paromount. Guess all that goes out the window if the price is right. Ted Dibiase mark. Sorry.
Some may say that Rick Santorum worked for the WWF/WWE over a decade ago and was steering clear of pro wrestling. He would never be associated with them now. He has seen the light. Well, here is his 2006 campaign ad:
Also don’t forget that Rick Santorum endorsed Linda McMahon for Senate. His former employer from his WWF/WWE days. Hardly cutting ties from his wrestling past.
Here is a recent clip about her knowledge of rampant steroid use and abuse, right after a 29 year old wrestler died suddenly.
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Now I could be wrong? But it doesn’t matter what I do. My actions have no consequences. For I am a sports entertainer. After all, that was his defense of why the wrestlers from the WWE could get away with steroid use, sexual harassment and countless other charges.