He Helped Finance Pelosi's House Win, 2 Dead Black Men Were Found in His House

More of the dirty laundry that we aren't supposed to talk about.

Edward Buck is a major Dem donor. Campaign records show that the wealthy Hollywood gay rights activist appears to have put in $25,000 into the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in just the last few years.

And so the Democrats have been charitably willing to overlook the dead bodies. That's not figurative. It's horrifyingly literal.

Police are investigating the second death of a black man within 18 months to occur at the West Hollywood home of influential Democratic donor Edward Buck.

Authorities say an unresponsive black male in his 50s was found at 1 a.m. in circumstances similar to the July 2017 death of 26-year-old Gemmel Moore. Mr. Buck, who is white, was not charged after the first death and is not considered a suspect in the latest discovery.

“It is suspicious that this has happened twice now,” L.A. County Sheriff’s Lt. Derrick Alfred told local NBC affiliate KTLA.

Latisha Nixon, the 65-year-old mother of Moore, claims that men arrive at the house to take part in sexual fantasies.

“He has them wear these long white ‘under-johns.’ He takes pictures of them,” she said later in the summer of 2017, the station reported. “He hits them up with meth. The more meth that they smoke and inject, the more money that he gives them … It seems like everyone is turning a blind eye because my son was a gay black man and Ed Buck is a wealthy white politician.”

There are now protests outside Buck's home. But much like the Lolita Express, being a Dem donor gets you special treatment.

A growing mountain of evidence obtained by WEHO TIMES —including multiple eyewitness accounts, smartphone images, background interviews, on-the-record interviews, court documents, hospital bills and text messages—reveal a pattern that depicts a well heeled politico named Ed Buck as a man with a history of allegations that he pays young, good-looking African American men anywhere from $500-$3500 to inject, smoke and otherwise ingest potentially fatal doses of crystal methamphetamine and GHB during allegedly paid sexual encounters.

Normally, having the police show up at your home and find drugs would result in legal action. Not when you're a Dem donor.

But a notebook found in Moore’s possessions suggests otherwise. According to the Times, which reviewed the journal, Moore wrote about using crystal methamphetamine, saying that “Ed Buck is the one to thank.”

“He gave me my first injection of chrystal [sic] meth,” the entry read.