The world just uncovered a huge liberal secret — and it does not look good for Democrats.
Turns out, political donors paid big bucks for lawyer Lisa Bloom’s efforts to seek out President Donald Trump sexual misconduct accusers, according to The New York Times.
Prior to the presidential election, Bloom made it her mission to publicize allegations against Trump… but only after getting a major payday from anti-Trump donors.
American Bridge, a group associated with Democratic operative and Hillary Clinton ally David Brock, gave $200,00 to Bloom to dig up dirt. Fashion entrepreneur Susie Tompkins Buell, a major donor to Brock, gave Bloom another $500,000.
These efforts to find women to accuse Trump did not result in anyone coming forward, however it wasn’t out of honesty. According to Bloom, one woman demanded $2 million to accuse Trump of misdeeds before the election.
The Hill reported, “Democratic donors familiar with Bloom’s efforts say that Bloom kept the $200,000 from American Bridge but refunded the $500,000 from Buell.”
In a statement released by Bloom, she denied that Hillary or any of her team had knowledge “on any of this.” She also denied that payments were needed before women would come forward.
“It doesn’t cost anything to publicly air allegations,” Bloom said. “Security and relocation are expensive and were sorely needed in a case of this magnitude, in a country filled with so much anger, hate and violence.”
Last month, The Hill reported that Bloom offered nearly $750,000 in compensation in exchange for Trump accusers to come forward — and she also offered to sell their stories in return for a commission for herself.
How kind of her…
“Donors reached out to my firm directly to help some of the women I represented,” Bloom told The Hill.
Bloom claims that any compensation she was given was used on the operational costs of her firm. But, by the looks of her $2.3 million home and the expensive Tesla she drives, it seems she may be using those funds on more than just light bulbs and legal pads.
“Our standard pro bono agreement for legal services provides that if a media entity offers to compensate a client for sharing his or her story we receive a percentage of those fees. This rarely happens. But, on occasion, a case generates media interest and sometimes (not always) a client may receive an appearance fee,” she added.
“As a private law firm we have significant payroll, rent, taxes, insurance and other expenses every week, so an arrangement where we might receive some compensation to defray our costs seems reasonable to us and is agreed to by our clients,” Bloom said.
Instead of embarrassing herself any further, this liberal lawyer needs to throw in the towel.
If no women are coming forward, it is time to take the hint — there aren’t women that can accuse Trump!
–The Horn editorial team