O’Reilly: Tape Reveals Bribery, False Allegations Used Against Trump in 2016

“It exists; there are three separate crimes on the audio tape.”

In an interview Tuesday with Newsmax, Bill O’Reilly claimed to have heard a recording of an “anti-Trump” attorney bribing a woman to accuse the presidential nominee of sexual harassment during his 2016 campaign.

According to O’Reilly, the female lawyer on the tape offers a woman $200,000 to make claims of sexual harassment before the election.

“It exists,” O’Reilly stated.  “We have urged the person who has the tape to hand it over to the U.S. attorney, because my investigative team believes there are three separate crimes on the audio tape.”

The former host of The O’Reilly Factor said he does not have the tape, but that his attorneys have heard it and it’s “related to [his] situation.”

O’Reilly has been a target of sexual harassment claims in the past year, and just before the November 2016 election, multiple women made illicit accusations against Trump.

The existence of a tape isn’t hard to believe, especially given the Left’s vitriolic, no-holds-barred attacks against Trump leading up to November.  They pulled no punches, and surely they wouldn’t have been above destroying a man’s reputation — or more — in order to take political power via the highest office in the land.  Moreover, the prospect of the recorded bribery also brings into further question the veracity of the other claims made against the President in 2016.  One would think that, if there were authentic grounds for such accusations, the employment of bribery wouldn't have occurred.  

In the war the Left has waged against America, bribes and false allegations seem fitting weapons in their quest to defeat liberty by any means necessary.  Politics is a dirty game, and as we’ve seen from them before the election and since, leftists play dirtiest of all.  Perhaps that makes even sweeter the fact that they lost.   

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