Inside Sunday's edition of the Washington Post, there was one full-page ad that stood out from the rest. Larry Flynt, the founder of pornographic magazine Hustler, is proposing $10 million for anyone with information that could lead to Donald Trump's impeachment.
In the ad, the 74-year-old accuses the current POTUS of "compromising domestic and foreign policy with his massive conflicts-of-interest global business empire," "telling hundreds of bald-faced lies," and "gross nepotism and appointment of unqualified persons to high office."
As such the porn kingpin sees no other choice but to work towards getting rid of Trump for good. He writes:
"Impeachment would be a messy, contentious affair, but the alternative – three more years of destabilizing dysfunction – is worse."
Speaking to the Washington Post after the appeal was made, Flynt said that he expected to receive information "within a few days," promising that he would disclose any "legitimate" details "right away."
So I decided to do this...let's see what happens. pic.twitter.com/Xpy4qrwHU7— Larry Flynt (@ImLarryFlynt) October 15, 2017
Requesting information on tax returns, records of the president's investment or any "secret dealings with the Russians", Flynt invites anyone with dirt to come forward. He writes:
"I don’t expect any Trump’s billionaire cronies to respond, $10 million dollars is a lot of money to a lot of people especially those who are in lower positions. I can’t think of a more patriotic thing to do than to get this guy out of office."
The ad offers an email address and states that a hotline will be opened up over the next week. Flynt has also confirmed his intentions to pay up and reminds us that this isn't the first time he's set a political bounty.
Back in 1998, he offered $1 million to obtain information about Republican Bob Livingston, which ultimately led to the Congressman's resignation. Describing the campaign as his "patriotic duty," Flynt concludes:
"Sure, I could use the $10 million to buy luxuries or further my businesses, but what good would that do me in a world devastated by the most powerful moron in history?"
At the time of writing, Trump has – very uncharacteristically – not yet responded publicly to Flynt.