According to a recent report from The Hill, high profile attorney Lisa Bloom offered as much as $750,000 to a woman in order to sell the victims story of alleged misconduct by then presidential candidate Donald Trump to TV outlets just before election day.
“Donors reached out to my firm directly to help some of the women I represented,” said Bloom, who represented serial sexual assault predator Harvey Weinstein. As you may recall, it was reported Bloom offered Rose McGowan 6 million dollars if she would shut up about Harvey Weinstein.
It appears Bloom is no champion of women, but perhaps just another lawyer whose sole purpose is to enrich herself by billing a better future for women.
The real question is who were the donors that reached out to Lisa Bloom?
Bloom has stated she had no contact with Hillary Clinton or her campaign, but declined to address any contacts with super PACs that supported Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Which super PACs contacted Bloom?
This appears to be a “pay for accusation” scheme orchestrated and implemented by Democratic Party donors through Lisa Bloom.
Blooms’ goal was to arrange compensation from donors and tabloid media outlets for women who either made or were perhaps considering making sexual misconduct allegations against then candidate Trump.
Lisa Bloom simply dangled the carrot in front of these women and when some did not bite, Bloom increased the offer.
Money was no object in exchange for accusations since Bloom would receive the funds from “donors.”
As reported, Bloom arranged for a donor to pay off one Trump accuser’s mortgage
Bloom also is claimed to have secured a six-figure payment for another woman who ultimately decided not to come forward.
One thing is for sure. The timing of this is partisan. Specifically, to discredit candidate Trump just before the Presidential election and thus securing a victory for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. There would have been no time for Donald Trump to issue a statement or defend himself against “paid” accusations.
Question; why doesn’t Lisa Bloom simply file a law suit on behalf of her victims and let it take its’ natural course in the court system?
The answer appears to be Bloom is and never was truly interested in winning in a court of law. Looks like her goal was to win in the court of public opinion, all but guaranteeing a Trump defeat by way of a donor funded smear campaign.
In the name of justice for our country and our citizens the names of the donors need to be released.
Bloom arranged for a donor to make a large contribution to help one accuser pay off her mortgage on her Queens apartment in New York City. Public records obtained show the mortgage recorded as extinguished on Dec. 19, 2016.