You Won’t Believe Who’s Paying For The Victim Sexual Assault Congressional Slush Fund

One can’t even open up the computer or turn on the TV without hearing yet another story of a politician caught in an inappropriate adulterous affair.

Powerful politicians have used their charm and money to lure young women, and even young men, into multiple scandal laced affairs. Other politicians have gone so far as to actually sexually assault women, by grabbing them or forcing them to perform acts against their will.

But in typical Congressional fashion, they’ve created a fund to fend and “protect their own.”  As if that isn’t repulsing enough, you won’t believe who’s paying for it.

At first glance, you might guess they’ve hosted fundraisers with other wealthy politicians contributing to the fund.

Or, you might think politicians are wealthy enough to pay for all their own legal expenses.

While neither of those options would ever justify creating a fund to literally buy off sexual assault victims, it wouldn’t be surprising, and most Americans would dismiss it as politics as usual.

But the most shocking thing is, they aren’t the ones paying to buy off their victims.

You are.

Yes, that’s right.

The American taxpayer is actually paying taxes, which are then being thrown into a Congressional slush fund, so sexual deviant members of Congress can pay their way out of facing any consequences for their actions.

Judge Jeanine Pirro fired off an explosive response, exposing Congress for who they really are, and actually calling out other female members of Congress who knew about the fund and said nothing.

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.

The judge in particular called out female congresswomen who may have known about the settlement fund.

“Shame on the women in Congress who’ve sat quietly for 20 years.”

Also, any cover-ups of payments to victims should be criminally investigated, and any congressman who has created a hostile work environment must resign, the judge said.”

But just how much money is in this fund, you may ask?


And even worse, there is no accountability in how it is divided up and spent.

Apparently, the fun covers multiple types of complaints in addition to sexual, including racial and religious, and no public breakdown has been provided.

CNN reported:

“According to a report from the Office of Compliance, more than $17 million has been paid out in settlements over a period of 20 years — 1997 to 2017.

According to the OOC data released Thursday, there have been 268 settlements. On Wednesday.

Rep. Jackie Speier, the California Democrat who unveiled a bill to reform the OOC, announced at a news conference Wednesday that there had been 260 settlements. The previous tally did not include settlements paid in 2015, 2016 and 2017.”

How convenient this fund was started when Bill Clinton was president.

Ironic? Maybe.

But we have truly met rock bottom.

For politicians to even think it’s acceptable to use taxpayer dollars to cover their mess shows just how far we’ve fallen.

American families work hard for their money. Many live paycheck to paycheck, struggling to make ends meet and saving up to buy Christmas presents for their family, or pay the electrical bill, or even put food on the table.

And Congressmen run around chasing skirts like high-schoolers, thinking the rules don’t apply to them and they can have whatever they want – even a woman against her own will.

Do you think Congress should cease use of their secret fund immediately?

What are your thoughts on Congress refunding American taxpayers for footing the bill for their sexual escapades?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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