Hustler Mogul Offers $10 MILLION for Dirt on President Trump
The Left won’t quit going after the most vetted president in the history of the republic.
While we still know nothing about the Clown in Chief, former “resident” Barack Obama, we know plenty about President Trump.
We found out he’s flawed, just like us. And we LOVED it!
That’s why Donald Trump is now President Trump. And the Left endeared him to us, as they pointed out flaw after flaw.
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They criticized his speaking ability, which by the way resonated with millions. They called him dumb, too brash, and a loose cannon. And those were the good things.
They then said he is racist and a misogynist. And Holy Mother of Weinstein, we know how that last one has backfired on them!
But the witch hunt continues. Surely somebody has dirt on President Trump. At least that’s what Hustler Magazine founder Larry Flynt seems willing to find out. offering a $10 million reward for information that could lead to the impeachment of President Trump.
Fox Business anchor Liz Claman tweeted an image of a full-page advertisement from Flynt that offered the reward. Flynt later retweeted it on his own account.
— Liz Claman (@LizClaman) October 13, 2017
As if the Clinton campaign didn’t already to its homework?
In the ad, Flynt calls Trump an “illegitimate” president who “was installed only by the quirks of our antiquated Electoral College.”
Flynt cites several reasons he believes Trump should be impeached. Check out these two jewels.
First, he cites Trump’s firing of former FBI Director James Comey. How’s that for a laugh. Comey could end up in prison with the latest developments on his lies and cover-ups.
Second, Trump’s withdrawal of the United States from the Paris climate change agreement angers Flynt.
And who could forgive the Trump racism, right?
Flynt ripped Trump for his “unconscionable defense of the KKK and neo-Nazis after the Charlottesville riots,” something that didn’t happen. But why quibble when a marketer of smut has his mind made up?
For me, the most interesting part of the ad comes as Flynt wrote: “We need to flush everything out into the open.”
Sure, like Flynt flushed Obama’s Columbia transcript, his Harvard grades, his thesis, and a host of other unknowns about Obama into the open. I only wish this Leftist clown would have offer $10 million for dirt on Obama.
But what’s really funny is that the Left believes a billionaire who had the world’s most beautiful women at his disposal has anything to hide?! Whatever Donald Trump did in his past, he’s more than made amends.
Why doesn’t Flynt just admit he’s working with Hillary Clinton?
By the way, just to be on the safe side, Flynt could offer the same deal for dirt on the Clintons, right? Sadly, he would be forced to pay, once the dirt began to come in. However, lucky for Flynt, this lotto ticket will go uncashed.
This appears to be a publicity stunt, so why not make it $100 million, Larry?!
How is Hustler doing these days? With Hugh Hefner gone, one would think Flynt wouldn’t have to stoop to baseless publicity stunts.
Maybe the smut business hasn’t recovered from the Obama economy? Flynt has diversified, going from sex to drugs.
Larry Flynt is trading sex for spliffs with his latest business venture.
The founder of the sexually explicit Hustler magazine and several other pornographic enterprises has invested $100,000 in Pineapple Express, a cannabis consulting and branding firm based in Los Angeles.
The publicly traded company said Friday that Flynt purchased 100,000 common shares for $100,000, calling him an “amazing investor” and “world renowned defender of First Amendment rights.” CEO Matthew Feinstein said Flynt’s backing would inspire employees to work harder.
“Knowing that Mr. Flynt has made an investment in our company provides impetus for everyone at headquarters to surpass expectations and deliver excellent results,” he said in a company statement.
Sex and drugs, so all that’s left is rock and roll.
Will Flynt buy a rock group and complete the trifecta? He will certainly have at least $10 million to put in the investment.