BUSTED: Congress’s Secret Sexual Assault Victim Slush Fund Was Just Blown Wide Open

Congress is known for using money to buy themselves out of trouble.

It’s what politicians do – make a mess and expect everyone else to clean it up. But when the latest scandal emerged exposing what Congress was really doing with your tax dollars, Americans were outraged.

And once Americans found out the truth behind this secret slush fund, Congress can no longer hide the truth about what your taxpayer dollars are actually funding.

As Mommy Underground previously reported, Congress created a slush fund to “protect their own”, and pay off sexual assault victims.

And as we reported, the worst part is, they are funding it off the backs of American taxpayers, actually having the nerve to use taxpayer dollars to buy off sexual assault victims.

Judge Jeanine Pirro fired off an explosive response, exposing Congress for who they really are.

Fox News reported:

“The predators aren’t just political, they’re sleazy sexual perverts,” the judge said on “Justice” Sunday.

 Pirro suggested any congressman who used the fund get his pay docked and give the money back to taxpayers.

 “Who decided we would pay for their sexual perversions?” she asked.

 And now, Congress can no longer hide.

Once the light was shed on their secret slush fund, Congress learned quickly their game was up.

The Hill reported:

“On Wisconsin’s WISN Radio’s “The Jay Weber Show,” Ryan said that congressional committees are currently at work on a “wholesale reform package” for sexual misconduct procedures.

 When asked whether Congress would stop using taxpayer dollars to settle these cases, Ryan replied, “Yes, that’s among the things we’re working on right now.”

 Ryan added that he agrees with Weber’s assertion that using taxpayer dollars to settle harassment claims is “indefensible.”

 The House and Senate have both voted to mandate sexual harassment training for members and staff, and both bodies are pushing for reforms in how Congress deals with sexual harassment.

 In recent weeks, three lawmakers have resigned over sexual misconduct allegations: Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) and Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.). Conyers’s accuser was paid a nearly $30,000 settlement using taxpayer dollars.”

 But let’s face it.

The only reason Congress is suddenly addressing the issue is because they’ve been caught red-handed.

For some bizarre reason, politicians still think it’s acceptable to grope and sexually assault women.

As Mommy Underground previously reported, some like Senator Al Franken simply have no shame.

The best way for Congress to deal with sexual harassment is to stop harassing women!

There shouldn’t be long drawn out meetings on how to handle sexual assault.

If a member of Congress sexually assaults a woman, he should resign and be prosecuted. Period.

But at once, members of Congress need to stop “protecting their own”, and start protecting the American people.

Do you think Congress should continue to use American taxpayers to cover up their devious acts?

What are your thoughts on the ever-increasing number of politicians being busted for sexual harassment and assault?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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