In 3 DAYS: House of Representatives will be ROCKED with Sex Scandals
Luke Rosiak is an investigative reporter. More recently Rosiak finds focus on the sex scandals breaking in Congress.
In his more foreboding message to day, Rosiak warned that many more resignations are coming over the next few days.
I issued the same warning on my radio show mostly. And I only have my intuition.
I said this because of the $17 million paid out to sexual harassment victims.
First, Congress didn’t disclose the names. But as we all know, nothing is a secret in DC. So what the leadership, aka the “keeper of the list” did is allow Congressmen to prepare their bugout bags.
Many in Congress now shore up their messages, and get their affairs in order–pun intended. Because the ice man cometh.
Second, how long do you think the women involved will keep their mouths shut. So what they have non-disclosure agreements. When it comes to profiteering, these women can count. Violating an NDA is a small price to pay when it comes to book deals, movie deals, and 15 seconds of fame.
Back to Rosiak.
He tweeted this back on December 4.
Several hours later, media source revealed that Rep. Gregory Meeks ‘brokered a settlement in 2006′. The reason for the settlement hinged on allegations that the lawmaker fired a staffer in retaliation for reporting that she was sexually assaulted at a business tied to a campaign contributor.’
The Daily Caller reported:
Andrea Payne, then a congressional aide in Meeks’ Queens office, filed a complaint with the Office of Compliance, and Meeks fired her weeks later. He admitted that the cause of her termination did not have to do with the quality of Payne’s work.
“This is an action to recover for damages sustained by plaintiff when Representative Meeks violated her Constitutional rights by retaliating against her, and ultimately terminating her employment, because of her sexual assault lawsuit,” Payne’s attorneys wrote.
Others have hinted of things to come. Take disgraced Democrat Rep. John Conyers for example. His lawyer, Arnold E. Reed also hinted the damn may be about to break when it comes to future allegations.
“If people were required to resign over allegations, a lot of people would be out of work in this country including many members of the House, Senate and even the president,” Reed wrote prior to Conyers’ resignation.
If you can do the math, the writing is on the wall. $17,000,000 paid out. The largest settlement I’ve heard of is roughly $300,000.
Using that math, one can reconcile about 50 women who got paid off. Yet, we know of only a handful.
So the only question for me is how many Democrats and how many Republicans. Knowing Democrats, I’m convinced the majority of the cases will be from their side of the aisle.
Regardless, this scandal won’t be good for Congress. Needless to say, Congress has dreadful approval numbers.
But understand that regardless of who did what, the Left will try to use the coming revelation to force President Trump out. It won’t work, but they will try.