Queen Pelosi really stepped in it this time.
Democrats have entirely relinquished whatever tiny piece of the moral high-ground they may have achieved by accepting campaign donations from pimps.
We’ll likely hear little about it from MSM liberal sycophants, since the Democrats’ whore-house-cash-cow closed down last January.
Nancy Pelosi Just Got Caught Up in a Major Scandal and It’s Blowing Up in Her Face
“Democrats believe they are on track to score a major victory in the 2018 midterms.
They are counting on big money donors to fuel a political wave that will sweep them into power.
However, it’s been revealed that the Nancy Pelosi affiliated House Majority PAC accepted donations from someone who is co-owner of a website alleged to be involved in child prostitution.”
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
“A political action committee that is backed by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) took funds from the co-owner of a website that is linked to underage prostitution.
“The House Majority PAC, an Alexandria, Virginia-based Super PAC created in 2011 to “answer the barrage of GOP outside spending” and help Democrats regain seats in the House of Representatives, accepted a $10,000 contribution last year from James Larkin, the co-owner of the Backpage.com, a website linked to underage trafficking and prostitution.”
Arrest of CEO and corporate officers
“On October 6, 2016, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced that Texas authorities had raided the Dallas headquarters of Backpage.com and arrested CEO Carl Ferrer at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston on felony charges of pimping a minor, pimping, and conspiracy to commit pimping. The California arrest warrant alleged that 99% of Backpage’s revenue was directly attributable to prostitution-related ads, and many of the ads involved victims of sex trafficking, including children under the age of 18. The State of Texas was also considering a money laundering charge pending its investigation. Arrest warrants were also issued against former Backpage owners and founders Michael Lacey and James Larkin. Lacey and Larkin were charged with conspiracy to commit pimping.”