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Laura Ingraham called for an investigation of a little-known Congressional fund that has paid out $15.2 million to victims or accusers of sexual misconduct over the past few years.

On her radio show, Ingraham discovered that even high-ranking officials, like House Oversight Committeemember Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), had no idea it exists.

Ingraham said on "The Ingraham Angle" that Reps. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) have testified that they know of at least two members and and aide who have engaged in sexual harassment.

"Why aren't they naming names? Why aren't others naming names?" Ingraham asked.

Ingraham said all members have an obligation to reveal the sexual misdeeds of their colleagues and also who has precipitated payments from the "shush" fund.

"We all have a right to know. They work for us. I want the names of the members accused." 

She said America is home to the "government of the people, by the people and for the people, not the government of anonymous gropers."

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