There is an old adage. You’ve heard it before. You know, follow the money. “Follow the money” is a “catchphrase popularized by the 1976 drama-
“paid $500,000 in an unsuccessful effort to fund women willing to accuse President Trump of sexual misconduct before the 2016 election.”
Certainly, the times of a brown paper bag are no longer used for transportation of dirty cash. Although, attorney’s are still being used to make the nefarious transfers. You’ll be shocked to find out WHO it is!
The owner of the Esprit clothing line is the donor!
Gearty reported that the NYT, in one of their thinly disguised “partisan” hit pieces, ratted Clinton out and said:
“Susie Tompkins Buell, the founder of EspritClothing and a major Clinton campaign donor for many years, gave the money to celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom who was working with a number of Trump accusers at the time. Bloom solicited donors by saying she was working with women who might “find the courage to speak out” against Trump…“
After checking out the Esprit website under the profile tab, Dagger News discovered this jewel. Esprit [was] “founded in San Francisco by Susie and Doug Tompkins. Esprit works on a basis of creativity and responsibility, fused with a sunny Californian attitude.” Now that’s not so shocking.
And it appears there are still groups out there who would still like to pay people to bring false charges for political purposes. As reported by the Washington Examiner:
“The nonprofit group founded by the Democratic activist David Brock, which people familiar with the arrangements say secretly spent $200,000 on an unsuccessful effort to bring forward accusations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Trump before Election Day, is considering creating a fund to encourage victims to bring forward similar claims against Republican politicians.”
It is worth mentioning that when pay-off’s for false allegations are brought forward, then it takes away from those who were truly sexually abused or harassed.
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