Larry Flynt, the man who became a millionaire by publishing nude pics of former First Lady Jackie Kennedy, and who popularized hardcore pornography well beyond the limits set by Hugh Hefner's Playboy, has offered $10 million for any information that could potentially impeach President Trump.

The full-page ad, published Sunday in The Washington Post, contains no images and gives a long-winded declaration that Trump's election was "illegitimate" and the product of a flawed system known as the Electoral College. But even if people dislike the Electoral College, Flynt says that is no reason to impeach him.

“Did he make some financial quid pro quo with the Russians?” the ad states. “Has the business of the United States been compromised to protect the business of the Trump empire? We need to flush everything out into the open.”

According to Flynt, there are six reasons to impeach President Trump, and he asks that someone come forward with the smoking gun. Those six reasons are:

  1. Colluding with Russia to rig the election
  2. Defending Neo-Nazis and the KKK
  3. Using the White House to advance his business
  4. Ignorance of world affairs
  5. Nepotism towards his family
  6. Pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement

You can read the full-ad here.

Flynt may project the image of a proud patriot searching for the truth, but these types of theatrics are par for the course for the porn kingpin. During the 2012 election, he made a similar offer of $1 million for Mitt Romney's tax returns and information on illicit sex among members of Congress.

During the 2016 election, Flynt, a longtime Democratic Party supporter just like his rival Hugh Hefner, also announced that Hustler produced a Trump porn parody called "The Donald."

"The downward spiral of name-calling in the GOP Presidential primary campaign is a national embarrassment and an insult to the intelligence of the American people," Flynt said in a press release, "but it’s also the perfect catalyst for the debauchery that Hustler Video has concocted in ‘The Donald.’ This parody is my contribution to the most entertaining Republican Party contest in recent history."

Flynt also offered a free copy of the finished film to Republican members of Congress.