Hillary Clinton Donor Ed Buck Is Still Having Young Black Men Over to See Him at His Seedy Apartment
Los Angeles journalist and political commentator Jasmyne Cannick joined FOX and Friends in January to discuss her ongoing investigation of Democrat donor and gay activist Ed Buck.
In early January the body of another young black gay escort was found at the West Hollywood home of Ed Buck, a top Democrat donor and political activist.
As previously reported, a black gay escort named Gemmel Moore died of a meth overdose at Ed Buck’s West Hollywood home in July of 2017.
The LA County District Attorney’s Office previously declined to prosecute Ed Buck saying the evidence was “insufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that (Buck) is responsible for the death of Gemmel Moore,” which sparked an outrage from family members and others in the community.
Jasmyne Cannick told FOX and Friends nearly a dozen black men have come forward to speak on their experiences with “serial predator” Ed Buck.
Cannick also went off on the Democrat Party: “Over 77% of black people in California vote Democratic. We vote for Democrats. It is a shame that when something like this happens, when you have the chair of your state party when at the time of this , Eric Bauman, who was willing to turn a blind eye as well as instruct others not to speak on it. As a black woman, as a black Democrat, I expect more from my party.
But some things never change.
Ed Buck is reportedly STILL having young black men visit him at his seedy LA apartment
This is despite two men dying of a meth overdose at his apartment after being invited over for sex sessions.
According to the Daily Mail the picture is the first photo evidence that the 65-year-old West Hollywood-based Hillary Clinton donor is still being visited by young black men, even after being accused of being involved in two drug overdose deaths in his apartment.
Hillary Clinton donor Ed Buck is STILL having young black men visit him at his seedy LA apartment https://t.co/cWtg6RaUoK
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 13, 2019