New Financial Ties Uncovered Between Trump And Sex Spa Founder

This story just keeps getting worse.

After it was revealed that Patriot’s owner Robert Kraft was being charged in part of an investigation into a prostitution and sex-trafficking ring being run out of a chain of Florida massage parlors, the news soon followed that the spa’s founder, Li Yang, who goes by Cindy Yang, spent the Super Bowl partying with Donald Trump and has donated thousands of dollars to Trump PACs.

That money, over $40,000 dollars according to the Miami Herald,  was clearly meant to buy Yang access to Trump and his inner circle where she was able to get photos with not just Trump but members of his family and other high-profile associates.

Now, according to reporting by Mother Jones it’s been revealed that Yang was also selling that access to Chinese executives who, with Yang’s help, in some cases flew around the world just to attend events at Mar-a-Lago and be photographed with the president and his cronies.

According to Mother Jones, Yang and her husband, Zubin Gong, set up the company, GY US Investments, in 2017, which interestingly is around the time Yang started contributing thousands to Trump’s political action committees.

It’s almost shockingly transparent what’s going on.

On a page displaying a photo of Mar-a-Lago, Yang’s company says its “activities for clients” have included providing them “the opportunity to interact with the president, the [American] Minister of Commerce and other political figures.” The company boasts it has “arranged taking photos with the President” and suggests it can set up a “White House and Capitol Hill Dinner.” (The same day the Herald story about Yang broke, the website stopped functioning.)

It’s pretty damning stuff and it appears that in addition to the extremely dark human trafficking aspect to the story – the women at illicit sex spas like those founded by Yang are essentially sex slaves – there is clear influence-peddling going on at Trump’s southern White House, Mar-a-Lago.

So are you a foreign national who wants to buy influence and hobnob with the President of the United States?

Just pay up and come down!

h/t: Mother Jones