Larry Flynt offers $10M for info leading to Trump’s impeachment
“Hustler” publisher Larry Flynt has offered a $10 million bounty for anyone with information on President Trump that would lead to his “impeachment and removal from office.”
A full page advertisement in the Washington Post warned that the 2016 election was “illegitimate in many ways.”
"Trump has proven he's dangerously unfit to exercise the extreme power accrued by our ‘unitary executive,’” the ad read.
“Impeachment would be a messy, contentious affair, but the alternative — three more years of destabilizing dysfunction — is worse.”
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10 million will bring a lot of responses.
Odd, isn't it, how we complain about "big money"...until it does something we like, however distasteful it might be to the concepts of the country we live in.
The idea that money can buy the disgrace of a US president is about as pathetic, and disgraceful, as it can get.
Let me be perfectly clear...Trump, in my opinion, is unfit to be president. He is not a role model for America's youth and there are a plethora of reasons he should not be in the Oval Office. However, isn't it amazing that a man who made a living selling trash is now attempting to undo a man who is trash?
What exactly makes him unfit to be a role model or president? General blanket statements are useless. Let's see...a lot of athletes are "trash" and they are more role models for youth than the president. A lot of celebrities and young women like Miley Cyrus are role models of the worst kind. Did we suddenly get a new standard for role models I wasn't aware of. Don't think so. Role models like Kim Kardashian or super skinny super models are supposed role models for young women.
The election of Trump resulted in his defenders lowering the standard of presidential conduct to that of an entertainer. Oh, that's right, Trump IS an entertainer: specifically, a reality TV star, just like Kardashian.
Republicans loathe celebrities....until they put an "R" beside their name. Then they elect them.
It would be funny if it weren't so pathetic.
I have always heard (and somewhat agree) politics is simply acting for ugly people. I'd say he fits right in.
Tsk tsk. Are you saying those who bought Trump's acting job are ugly people?
And, if he "fits right in," how does that jibe with the narrative that he was elected because he was not a politician or Washington insider and would drain the swamp?
Not my narrative. As usual, you haven't given m the courtesy of havng the faintest idea of what my stand is,prior to attempting to chastise.
That's very odd. I'm pretty sure you have stated that you hoped Trump would derail the corrupt system, or at the very least, send a message to the Washington corrupt cabal that you'd rather vote for an outsider than support the status quo.
Am I correct? By the way, this will be the third time I have made an honest attempt at summarizing back to you what your position is, after being accused of not understanding.. Each time, you left the conversation. Here is the latest attempt:
https://hubpages.com/politics/forum/143 … ost2915773
I’m tempted to pull a Monica Lewinsky for that kind of money, but honestly I’m not sure there’s any amount that would be high enough to go anywhere near his junk.
Wow. Remember how the Monica thing turned out. Not too good for Monica. Water off a duck's back for Clinton. Not sure going down a road which proved unsuccessful would work any differently the next time.
Good ole Larry. You can't help but kinda admire the guy. He's one of our Great American A-holes.
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