Hustler founder offers $10 million for dirt leading to Trump impeachment

  • Hustler founder offers $10 million for dirt leading to Trump impeachment

Hustler founder offers $10 million for dirt leading to Trump impeachment

There have been many high-profile celebrities who have publicly spoken out against Donald Trump, but one business mogul is taking his disdain for the president to the next level. In a full-page advert in the Washington Post, Flynt laid out several charges against the President, including colluding with Russians, inciting violence and having existing conflicts of interest with his business empire. "We need to flush everything out into the open".

"Impeachment would be a messy, contentious affair, but the alternative - three more years of destabilizing dysfunction - is worse", reads the ad". Make no mistake, I fully intend to pay the entire sum.

The Washington Post gives advertising customers "wide latitude to have their say", Fox Business reported Friday. ". I feel it is my patriotic duty, and the duty of all Americans, to dump Trump before it's too late".

"Generally, if the ads are not illegal or advocating illegal actions, we try not to place limits on speech or content", The Post said. Plus, during the impeachment of Bill Clinton, the porn mogul also offered cash in exchange for compromising information on Republicans.

Flynt has attempted to take down other lawmakers in the past with $1 million prize for information on sex and scandals that forced the resignation of former Louisiana Rep. "I don't know what evidence Trump had against himself, but I guarantee you I had more", he said.

Also, if anyone has access to Donald Trump's tax returns (which many believe to be damaging) Larry's got 10 million reasons why you might want to call up his office. David Vitter (R), who admitted to being involved in a prostitution ring.

The ad cites a number of reasons Flynt believes Trump is "unfit" for the office of President, including his firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, his "unconscionable" defense of the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis after the Charlottesville riots, and his escalation of tensions with North Korea.

He's announced similar bounties in the past for salacious evidence of politicians dating back to at least 1998 when he offered $1 million for "evidence of illicit sexual relations" involving members of Congress.