A Democratic congressman from Wisconsin reportedly made thousands of dollars by collecting rent from one of his buildings housing an illegal massage parlor. I guess we shouldn’t be surprised given how much the Democrats are currently aiding the Mexican cartels in sex trafficking.
If you are willing to do that, collecting rent from a massage parlor seems pretty tame. But, do you think he had no idea what was going on in his building?
Financial disclosure forms for Rep. Ron Kind (D-Wis.) show that he earned between $15,000 and $50,000 from rental income for a building he owns in La Crosse, Wisconsin in 2018 and 2019.
One of the tenants at Kind’s property, Asian Sunny Massage, which was previously named Impression Spa, advertised on illicit websites for its services.
A website named RubMaps has been described as Yelp for sex spas. You might also say they advertise word of mouth.
Fox News reported:
Impression Spa first opened in April 2018 and an ad appeared on BodyRubsMap on its opening day. BodyRubsMap has advertised itself as the “best alternative to Backpage,” a now-seized website known as “the largest online U.S. marketplace for sex trafficking.”
AssortList is a website similar to Craigslist and Backpage, with categories including dating and massages, but also “adult” services including phone sex, escorts, strippers and strip clubs.
While the website did not list “massages” under the “dating” or “adult” categories, the advertisements posted by Impression Spa were placed under the “Women > Men” subsection of dating.
From The Blaze
Some of the comments on these Facebook posts complained that there were “no professional boundaries to the clients” at the alleged massage parlor. Another comment complained that his “actual massage was terrible” and said the owner of the establishment told him, “no money no honey.”
In a statement to Fox News, the owner of Asian Sunny Massage, Jie Yang, denied that the parlor performed any other service besides providing massages.
Yang claimed that her business only advertises on Google. When confronted with screenshots from the illicit websites, Yang said her “manager” was responsible for advertising but refused to let Fox News speak to the manager, saying they would only speak with police.
Rep. Kind declined to comment to Fox News on the story.