Politicians are pretending to be outraged about the secret fund to pay off victims of sexual predators in Congress, but guess what – the bill itself passed in 1995 without a single ‘nay’ vote. Nancy Pelosi, Bernie Sanders, John Boehner – literally ALL OF THEM voted to cover up Congressional sexual harassment and abuse.

Don’t buy into any of what they’re telling you. They voted for this disgusting hush-fund. No one voted against it, yet now they pretend to be surprised that it exists. If they claim ignorance of the law, then they should be voted out of office for not performing their duty. None of us would have voted for this, but all of them did. Do they really represent us?

Congress looks out for Congress. They DO NOT look out for YOU! They’ll even force victims of sexual abuse to sign non-disclosure agreements to protect their buddies in government.

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