McLEAN, VA. – A Virginia woman was arrested for breastfeeding her one-month old son near the home of the G.O.P. Presidential hopeful.

After speculation that Callista Gingrich made the 911 call to report the breastfeeding woman, the former Speaker’s wife explained her reasoning at a news conference. “Yes, I made the call. I spoke up on behalf of my family and Newt’s campaign. We support the McLean Police Department’s aggressive stance on public indecency and the decision to arrest Ms. Valentine. This is a family neighborhood filled with hard-working American people. We stand together as a community. We will not allow people like this to infiltrate. We are trying to rebuild the America we love, and there is no room for obscenity.”

First-time mother Sherry Valentine was charged with indecent exposure and child endangerment for allegedly pulling over to feed her son. Valentine claims she couldn’t calm the baby because she was driving. She stopped the car on what she called “a quiet street” and sat on a seat in a park gazebo, just a few blocks from the Gingrich home.

Ms. Gingrich happened upon the scene as she returned from a campaign event celebrating her husband’s South Carolina primary victory. It is unclear where Valentine and her newborn live, but neighborhood association sources confirm, “they’re not from around here. “

When answering questions from reporters, Gingrich continued, “It’s inappropriate, really. People need to take care of these situations in private. Some secrets should remain behind closed doors.”


  1. I Breast feed my Daughter in public in a time that it was not a common thing to do. But I also did it without totally exposing myself. So I can understand both sides. I was never asked to leave anywhere but I could see in some peoples faces that it was bothering them. I didn't care, I wasn't showing myself to anyone and still interacting and giving my Child what she needed. Although I think being arrested in an extreme over reaction, women can handle feeding and caring for their babies in public without totally exposing themselves too.

  2. It's so creepy to me that someone could even sexualize a baby… nevermind harass a breastfeeding mother. This is likely a joke, no politician would make public comments like this, during election season. But it does happen, and truly makes my head spin. I just can't think of a baby nursing at a mother's breast as sexy, sexualized, or 'intimate' in the same way my husband and I are. It's no more intimate than when my 6-year old son and I cuddle on the couch! I feel terribly for those who are so sexually opressed that breastfeeding seems indecent.

  3. I am sick and tired of the rights of women being taken away one step at a time.
    Insurance makes a big deal out of Birth Control pills while Viagra is dispensed like sugar candy. I would never have an abortion but I believe that should be a decission between a women and her Dr. ,Not Politicians or government.
    Recently Baby formula has been found to have arsenic in it. You won't find that in mother's milk. Where are the insurance companies speaking up against babies drinking over the counter formula that they then have to pay for sick babies. Lets fight back.

  4. "Some secrets should remain behind closed doors." WTF?! The most natural thing of all is a "secret" and should be kept behind closed doors or behind bars? Fuckin sick people these are.

    "This is a family neighborhood filled with hard-working American people." What the fuck does that have to do with anything? Hard-working American people are to good to have to live in a city were mothers feed their children? Idiot

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