Is Cross Dressing Gun Toting Madison Cawthorn A Secret Rad Trad FSSPer?

Just wondering with FSSP hero worship and obsession with guns.....

I wonder how many Sunday Sermons FSSP Priest Fr. Daniel Nolan  gave on the manliness of Madison Cawthorn

Madison Cawthorn cited for having a loaded GUN at an airport: GOP Rep. has another encounter with law enforcement in North Carolina for carrying a Staccato C2

Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) was reportedly cited for possession of a handgun at Charlotte Douglas International Airport on Tuesday morning. Three sources told WSOC that the Republican congressman's 9-millimeter handgun was spotted at a security checkpoint, but the Transportation Security Administration declined to identify the person who had the gun. A photo obtained by Channel 9 shows a loaded Staccato C2 handgun. It was not immediately clear whether the 26-year-old North Carolina lawmaker would face charges. It follows an episode last year when Cawthorn tried to board a plane at Asheville Regional Airport with an unloaded Glock 9 mm handgun in his carry-on bag, along with a magazine of ammunition. 'Five months ago, while boarding a flight, Rep. Cawthorn erroneously stowed a firearm in his carry-on (that often doubles as a range bag) instead of his checked bag,' a spokesman said when the incident came to light last July. 'The firearm was secured, and unchambered. 'Rep. Cawthorn endeavors to always follow TSA guidelines, and quickly rectified this situation before boarding his flight.' His staff did not immediately respond to the latest reports. Cawthorn is a staunch defender of the Second Amendment, and his reelection campaign is backed by the National Rifle Association. On Jan. 6 last year, as protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol, Cawthorn told conservative broadcaster Charlie Kirk that he was safe and had used his wheelchair to carry weapons and make sure everyone around him was armed. 'As you know I believe in the Second Amendment as well as a lot of other members,' he said. 'So we are armed. We're in a safe locations - can't disclose where.' Source