Clinton Allies Paid $700K for Women to Accuse Trump Just Before Election

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New York Times reports that two Hillary Clinton supporters paid for women to accuse Donald Trump of sexual harassment during the 2016 presidential campaign. Lisa Bloom, daughter of feminist attorney, Gloria Allred, represented two women who accused Trump and who were given a total of $700,000 ‘for expenses’.  David Brock, co-founder with George Soros of Media Matters, gave $200,000, and longtime Hillary friend and fashion entrepreneur, Susie Tompkins Buell, paid $500,000 to fund accusers procured by Ms. Bloom. -GEG

Left-wing political operatives and Hillary Clinton backers David Brock and Susie Tompkins Buell bankrolled $700,000 allegedly to find people who would accuse then-candidate Donald Trump of sexual misconduct before Election Day 2016.

Brock’s American Bridge 21st Century Foundation and Buell, a major donor to the foundation, reportedly donated the six-figure sums to Lisa Bloom’s law firm, which specializes in sexual harassment allegations against public figures, according to a report from the New York Times.

Brock gave $200,000, and one of his major donors, Susie Tompkins Buell, gave $500,000.

Bloom’s firm capitalized on the sexual harassment allegations against Trump in the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election, offering to sell alleged victims’ stories to media outlets for a 33 percent commission.

 She reportedly solicited money from donors to provide security and a “safe house” for women who were willing to publicly accuse Trump of sexual assault.

Bloom, who is the daughter of feminist lawyer Gloria Allred, admitted to contacting donors in an interview with The Hill in December, but she never released the identities of the donors and denied being in contact with Clinton’s campaign.

However, Bloom did not mention whether her firm was in contact with Clinton-supporting Super PACs. Democrats familiar with Bloom’s operations told the Times that Brock and Buell were behind the donations supporting a last-ditch effort to get women to come forward with their stories to potentially sway the election results.

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