Married congressman admits to yearslong sex with intern

A married U.S. congressman is facing calls to resign following his admission of a yearslong sexual affair with an intern for former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

Quote 0 0
FBI Questions Dianne Feinstein over Husband’s Coronavirus-Linked Stock Sales

FBI Questions Dianne Feinstein over Husband’s Coronavirus-Linked Stock Sales

Quote 0 0
Quote 0 0

Democratic Rep Alcee Hastings Under Investigation For Relationship With Staffer

Quote 0 0
The Obama administration filled the government with the Muslim Brotherhood. They even supported the "Arab Spring" which led to Morsi taking power in Egypt. Egypt threw him out. In many ME countries the Muslim Brotherhood is considered a terrorist organization. Friends of Obama. Go figure.
Quote 0 0
Swamp Report: 430 Former Members of Congress Are Lobbyists, Government Influencers

Swamp Report: 430 Former Members of Congress Are Lobbyists, Govt Influencers

Quote 0 0
1.The Plain truth logo NEW.1.1.jpg 

Six Democrats took an all-expenses paid trip paid for by the government of Qatar in December, but two of them did not disclose it, annual ethics forms reveal.

Democratic Reps. Donald Norcross of New Jersey and Jim Himes of Connecticut did not report taking the trip to Doha, Qatar, on their mandatory disclosure forms, but Buzzfeed said they were there at the elaborate Doha Forum gathering in December.

  • Two, including one congressman on the intelligence committee, did not disclose the trips on mandatory ethics forms designed to root out foreign meddling and conflicts of interest. 
  • One shrugged off the omission an “oversight” while the other didn’t respond at all.


Quote 0 0

Former Ohio governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate John Kasich made his first appearance as a CNN political commentator Tuesday night — and his team promptly sent out a fundraising letter Wednesday.

“It’s simple. With more interviews comes more things to share and grow Gov. Kasich’s message and audience,” the letter reads. “We need to hit our monthly fundraising goals to ensure that we can fund these items. Can you help us make an impact right now?”

Quote 0 0

Ilhan Omar is under investigation for using $6,000 in campaign funds for personal use, including payments to her divorce attorney and for trips to Boston and Estonia 

Ilhan Omar under investigation for using $6,000 in campaign funds for personal use

Ilhan Omar (left), the Somali-born Democrat, who has been the subject of headlines in recent months for her comments about Israel, allegedly spent $6,000 in campaign funds for personal use. Omar, one of the first two Muslim women elected to the United States Congress this past November, is alleged to have used campaign money to pay a divorce lawyer as well as to take trips to Boston and Estonia. The allegations, which were made last year by Republican state lawmaker Steve Drazkowski (right), have been probed by the Minnesota Campaign Finance Board.

Quote 0 0

 It's Weedergate! Anthony Weiner ditches politics for the marijuana business, telling potential investors 'the sexual stuff shouldn't matter' days after his release from prison


Anthony Weiner, 54, met with a potential business partner to discuss getting involved in the marijuana business. The two had a breakfast meeting in downtown New York City on Friday.

Quote 0 0

A conservative-leaning watchdog group says House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are the biggest congressional scofflaws of 2018, for their anemic handling of the settlement slush fund that used an unlimited pot of taxpayer money to pay off congressional staff in exchange for signing legal papers barring them from taking public their claims of sexual harassment and other mistreatment by their congressional employers.

Congress members briefly claimed to be shocked at the victim-gagging slush fund when the media reported on it, but in reality, members of both parties in the House’s leadership oversaw it for years. The Committee on House Administration voted on each settlement and put out statistics that severely understated the scope of the problem. Former Democratic Michigan Rep. John Conyers, whose settlement sparked the initial furor, resigned, and the media moved on from the story.

A bill by then-Rep. Ron Desantis that would have named the congressmen who benefited from these payoffs in past years went nowhere, while the bill agreed to by the administration committee and the Senate is more anemic.

FACT was once led by now-acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker.

Others on FACT’s list of worst ethics violators of 2018 include:

  • Former Rep. Elizabeth Esty of Connecticut, for her role in the sexual harassment scandal. When the female Democrat learned that her chief of staff was accused of  “physically beating, sexually harassing and threatening to kill another one of the Congresswoman’s staff members, Esty tried to cover it up,” FACT wrote. She continued to employ him for months, then gave him a golden parachute.
  • Democratic senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Kamala Harris of California, who solicited campaign funds based on their involvement in the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, while they were still ongoing. “Senators are prohibited from campaign fundraising tied to their official duties,” FACT wrote.
  • Former Republican congressional candidate Russell Taub of Rhode Island, for operating an illegal “scam PAC” that raised and failed to distribute $1.5 million to candidates.
  • Florida Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson, who claimed that voting machines in Florida were tampered with by Russia. Since there is no public evidence of this, FACT said he either lied or improperly disclosed classified information.
  • New York Democrat Rep. Yvette Clarke, for having 10 percent of her taxpayer-funded office budget go missing in what her own deputy chief of staff believed was a theft scheme between the chief of staff and the IT aide, Abid Awan. Since Clarke failed to take action and refused to discuss the incident publicly, she managed to win re-election by 1,000 votes. The missing funds would be enough to buy 20 iPads for every employee, and the former chief of staff, Shelley Clarke, signed off on the invoices. Clarke later had the missing items removed from the House inventory as if they never existed. (RELATED: Clarke’s Chief Of Staff Tried To Expose Suspected Theft Ring On Capitol Hill, Was Met With Resistance)
Quote 0 0
Here is another big time crook:
McCaskill’s husband, developer Joseph Shepard, underwent heart surgery in February, she said.

Businesses linked to McCaskill’s husband get $131 million in federal dollars

Quote 0 0

It Turns Out Auntie Maxine Is Giving $100K In Campaign Cash To Her Daughter

Congresswoman Maxine Waters addresses the audience at the 'Ain't I a Woman?' Sojourner Truth lunch, during the three-day Women's Convention at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., October 28, 2017. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Waters was previously named one of the 'most corrupt' members of Congress

Quote 0 0

Report: Businesses Tied to McCaskill’s Husband Get $131 Million in Federal Subsidies
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., turns away after speaking with a reporter, as she leaves after a vote on Gina Haspel to be CIA director, on Capitol Hill, Thursday, May 17, 2018 in Washington. The Senate confirmed Haspel as the first female director of the CIA following a difficult nomination process …AP Photo/Alex Brandon


24 Jul 20183376

Businesses with ties to Sen. Claire McCaskill’s (D-MO) husband have received $131 million in federal government subsidies since McCaskill’s election to the Senate in 2007, according to a report released Tuesday.

The Kansas City Star reported that McCaskill’s husband, Joseph Shepard, had personal income from investments in federally-funded housing projects receiving money from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that grew exponentially after McCaskill took office in 2007.

In 2006, the year before McCaskill became a senator, McCaskill’s husband reported making between $1,608 and $16,731 from these investments. In 2017, five years into McCaskill’s second Senate term, Shepard reported earning between $365,374 and $1,118,158 in personal income from his investments.

There is no direct evidence that McCaskill is influencing her husband’s investments. McCaskill does not sit on Senate committees that have oversight over USDA or HUD, but she has voted for spending bills that favor federal affordable housing programs.

Quote 0 0

Remember The Attorney General Who Resigned Over Abuse Allegations? He's Got Another Scandal On His Hands

Quote 0 0


Nashville mayor who had affair with bodyguard resigns after pleading guilty to criminal theft. Oops! She got caught with her finger in the cookie jar and his finger in…….

Quote 0 0


Married Missouri governor is arrested on charges related to an affair with his hairdresser, who claims he slapped her, tied her up and took photos of her naked then threatened to blackmail her with them

Missouri governor indicted on invasion of privacy charges

Republican governor Eric Greitens, 42, was indicted on Thursday (mugshot right) for taking a nude photograph of his former mistress while she had 'reasonable expectation of privacy' and transmitting the image. He was taken into custody at the Carnahan Courthouse in downtown St. Louis. An investigation was launched in January after Greitens (pictured left and inset with his family) admitted to a March 2015 affair with the unnamed woman, who has also accused him of threatening to share the image if she exposed their relationship. She also claims the governor slapped her during an encounter in the same hospital where his wife was giving birth to their child.

Missouri Gov. Allegedly Blackmailed (R) His Mistress With Photo Of Her Tied Up And Blindfolded




Missouri Governor Eric Greitens: Michael Thomas/Getty Images


'You're never going to mention my name'

Former Dem Congresswoman Sentenced To Five Years In Prison On Corruption Charges

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 25: Representative Corrine Brown(D-FL) speaks during the Stars For Trayvon: A Fundraiser at Shadowroom on April 25, 2012 in Washington, DC. (PHOTO: Kris Connor/Getty Images)

Brown was seen praying with a group of supporters before her hearing

Quote 0 0

Democratic senator who claims she never met the Russian Ambassador went to a black-tie dinner at his residence


Claire McCaskill, the Democrat Senator from Missouri, claimed in a tweet that she 'never' met with ambassador Sergey Kislyak, but has since admitted attending an event at his residence.

Quote 0 0

Comey has long history of cases ending favorable to Clintons

In Berger probe said 'we take issues of classified information very seriously'

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/07/comey-has-long-history-of-clinton-related-cases/#wwkyARZpdUjc7mL0.99
Quote 0 0

Seven women accuse candidate for top Democrat in Utah of sexual misconduct, including kissing female colleagues without consent and pulling down his pants to show off his underwear


Seven women are accusing Rob Miller, a candidate for the Utah Democratic Party chair, of sexual misconduct. Miller says the accusations are politically motivated, as the convention is June 17.

Quote 0 0
Quote 0 0

Democratic congressman Chaka Fattah convicted on racketeering, fraud and money laundering charges for using federal grant money to pay back an illegal campaign loan

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- The racketeering case against Congressman Chaka Fattah, an 11-term Democrat from Philadelphia, is now in the hands of the jury.Fattah stands accused of taking an illegal $1 million campaign loan from a friend to fund a failed 2007 mayoral bid and using a federal grant to repay most of it.Judge Harvey Bartle spent four hours charging the jury on Wednesday, instructing them in the law and reading them 120 pages on what their duty is here: to vote not guilty if they have a reasonable doubt.One juror was dismissed Wednesday morning. The reason so far not disclosed.Justice Department lawyer Jonathan Kravis said in his closing argument that Fattah also used nonprofit funds to enrich his family and friends.Defense lawyers say the plots were hatched by two political consultants who have pleaded guilty in the case and testified against Fattah.The defense acknowledged Fattah may have gotten himself in financial trouble after a failed 2007 mayoral bid, but they

A veteran Pennsylvania congressman was convicted Tuesday in a racketeering case that largely centered on various efforts to repay an illegal loan to his campaign.

Quote 0 0


Watchdog names 'most corrupt' politicians

Annual list highlights 'bipartisan problem'

'Stonewalling' begs for criminal investigation

The government watchdog group Judicial Watch isn't surprised the Obama administration has to be taken to court over records regarding Solyndra.

Claim: Bill Clinton Collected $50K Per Month From MF Global

Obama Awards $443 Million Bogus Drug Deal to Donor

Quote 0 0

Panel hits Rangel with 13 ethics charges

WASHINGTON – House investigators accused veteran New York Rep. Charles Rangel of 13 violations of congressional ethics standards on Thursday, throwing a cloud over his four-decade political career and raising worries for fellow Democrats about the fall elections.

Waters faces trial over bank bailout funds...
Democrats say Rangel should resign...
Dem leaders, donors to hold Rangel birthday bash at The Plaza...
Quote 0 0

The ties that bind. Remember Rahm Emanuel's rent-free D.C. apartment? The owner: A BP adviser

June 7, 2010 |  3:34 pm

Democrat president  Barack Obama's White house chief of staff Rahm Emanuel peeks through an  open door

In case you were tempted to buy the faux Washington outrage at BP and its gulf oil spill in recent days, here's a story that reveals a little-known corporate political connection and the quiet way the inner political circles intersect, protect and care for one another in the nation's capital. And Chicago.

We already knew that BP and its folks were significant contributors to the record $750-million war chest of Barack Obama's 2007-08 campaign.

Now, we learn the details of a connection of Rahm Emanuel, the Chicago mayoral wannabe, current Obama chief of staff, ex-representative, ex-Clinton money man and ex-Windy City political machine go-fer.


Quote 0 0

Ethics panel finds Rangel broke rules

By Larry Margasak
Associated Press Writer
Fri Feb 26, 1:41 am ET

WASHINGTON – Rep. Charles Rangel, the most powerful tax-writing lawmaker in Congress and a 40-year veteran of Capitol Hill, acknowledged Thursday that an ethics panel has accused him of accepting corporate money for Caribbean trips in violation of House rules.

Breitbart is Here
Quote 0 0
 Find all cases you can and post them here!
Quote 0 0