Larry Flynt Offer $10M For Dirt Leading To Trump Impeachment

Larry Flynt, the publisher of Hustler magazine, did not return our calls.

The Washington Post issued a statement exclusively to FOX Business on the upcoming ad saying, "We give advertisers wide latitude to have their say - generally if the ads are not illegal or advocating illegal actions we try not to place limits on speech or content".

The publisher of USA porn magazine "Hustler", Larry Flynt, offered "up to Dollars 10 million" to anyone who provides information leading to impeachment and removal of President Donald Trump's position in the White House in a full page ad in the Sunday edition of the Washington Post, the Associated Press reported.

In the ad, Flynt slams Trump by invoking controversies such as the president's handling of Charlottesville, the firing of James Comey, and his "complete ignorance" of global affairs. The offer appears in today's Washington Post as a full page ad.

The ad conceded that while impeachment would be a "messy, contentious affair", the alternative - another three years of a Trump presidency - was worse. Both good Democrats and good Republicans who put country over party did it before with Watergate.

'To succeed impeachment requires unimpeachable evidence, ' he continued. 'That's why I'm making this offer: Buried in Trump's top-secret tax returns or in other records in his far-flung investments there may be a smoking gun'.

The porn maker notes in the advertisement this "isn't my first rodeo", refering to past prizes for data on Republicans like previous Rep. Sway Livingston in 1999, who surrendered from Congress in the wake of admitting to an extramarital undertaking, and Sen. Flynt also offered a reward for information about former U.S. Senator David Vitter, who in 2007 conceded he had hired prostitutes.

I find it amusing that the Washington Post is so hard up for money that they would accept ad revenue from someone who shamelessly exploits women. But he is a leftist hero because, well, sex. For that matter. if Flynt believes appointing incompetent people to high office is an impeachable offense, he might be asked where he's been during the previous administration.

  • Joey Payne