16 October, 2017
Flynt, best known as the publisher of the pornographic magazine Hustler, outlined numerous reasons he felt President Trump needed to be removed from office, charging him with everything from "compromising domestic and foreign policy with his massive conflicts-of-interest global business empire" to "telling hundreds of bald-faced lies" to "gross nepotism and appointment of unqualified persons to high office".
He defended offering money for information, saying "just because you pay for it does not mean it's not any good".
Flynt says he believes that somewhere there is a piece of evidence that could solidify impeachment, that proves financial dealings with Russian Federation or illegal business dealings.More news: Apple update fixes iPhone 8 crackle issues
Considering the sorts of low life, knuckle draggers who read or watch his porn, I doubt whether Flynt is reaching an audience that would have the faintest clue what an impeachable offense might be. Flynt also uses the ad to encourage Democrats to provide viable alternatives to the Trump agenda, though he mostly stays focused on how impeachment is preferable to "three more years of destabilizing dysfunction". The ad includes a hotline number and an e-mail to send tips. In 1998, in the midst of the Bill Clinton impeachment proceedings, former Louisiana Congressman Bob Livingston, who was expected to become Speaker of the House, announced that he would forfeit the position and resign from Congress.
This is not the first time Flynt, a supporter of LGBT rights and self-proclaimed "progressive liberal", has used these methods to work against conservative politicians.
He also offered a similar reward in 2007, through a full-page ad, to expose Republican senator David Vitter's involvement in a prostitution scandal, and again in 2012, for then-Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's tax returns.
Apparently, Flynt has had a grudge against the president for quite some time.