NAMBLA Supporter Pelosi-Linked PAC Silent on Money From Homosexual Donor Who Had Second Man Die in Apt

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A political action committee associated with Speaker of the
House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) has been silent about its
contributions from liberal donor Ed Buck, who had a second man
die in his Los Angeles apartment earlier this week.

The House Majority PAC, which helps elect Democrats in
Congress's lower chamber, took $5,000 from Buck during the 2014
election cycle, but has yet to address the donations. The PAC
did not respond to numerous questions from the Washington Free
Beacon this week about any plans to refund or donate his
contributions.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), who took
a total of $30,000 from Buck during the 2016 and 2018 election
cycles, has also been mum on its donations from the megadonor.
The Washington Examiner‘s Alana Goodman reached out to the DCCC
earlier this week about the donations but says she has yet to
receive a response.

The DCCC did not immediately return a request for comment on the
money it has received from Buck.

While the Pelosi-linked PAC and the DCCC have avoided addressing
the donations, Rep. Ted Lieu (D., Calif.) announced after the
Free Beacon inquired about donations from Buck that the
congressman would give away the $18,500 he received to his
campaign committee over the years to five left-wing charities
and organizations. Lieu said he would be giving the funds to
Lambda Legal, NAACP, GLAAD, the Trevor Project, and the Equality
California Institute.

However, California activists who have been protesting Buck are
not happy with where Lieu decided to push his money.

"Ted Lieu, Kevin de Leon and any other elected official who
claims to return Ed Buck's money and it doesn't go to the fund
set up to help Gemmel Moore's family and Buck's other victims
does not get praise," said Jasmyne Cannick, a Los Angeles-based
activist.

"When white women asked for money to be given to their #TimesUp
Legal Defense Fund politicians did just that," Cannick said.
"These white led LGBTQ orgs have traditionally done nothing to
help the population of men affected by Ed Buck."

"The ask was clear. Crystal clear. Anything less is unacceptable
and doesn't get applause—especially when it comes 18 months
later and is not what was asked by the victims and Gemmel
Moore's mother."

Gemmel Moore, an alleged male escort, was the first man found
dead in Buck's apartment in July 2017. A number of young gay
black men came forward following Moore's death claiming that the
Democratic donor has a "fetish for shooting drugs into black men
he picks up off the streets or hookup sites."

"I've become addicted to drugs and the worst one at that," Moore
wrote in his journal in December 2016. "Ed Buck is the one to
thank. He gave me my first injection of crystal meth."

Buck did not face chargers for Moore's death, which was ruled an
accidental methamphetamine overdose.

Timothy Dean, a 55-year-old gay black man, has been identified
as the individual found dead in Buck's apartment this week.
Methamphetamine was said to be the "immediate cause" of Dean's
death.

Buck's lawyer has said that Dean's death was an "accidental
overdose" and that he was "intoxicated" when he arrived at
Buck's apartment.

https://freebeacon.com/politics/pelosi-linked-pac-silent-on-
money-from-donor-who-had-second-man-die-in-apt/

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