Everybody already knows that the famous Jeffrey Epstein client list has not been and never will be released.
The names on that list are too prominent, I assume, and nobody wants that particular bomb to explode. The collateral damage would be immense.
But we have gotten bits and pieces of information over the years about his associates–people who were in Epstein’s social circle but who may or may not have been his clients. We have no evidence upon which to base accusations of that nature.
Bill Gates is the most prominent example, as well as seemingly the entire faculty of Harvard, where Epstein hobnobbed with seemingly everybody, and where he even was given an office.
Yes, Jeffrey Epstein had an office at Harvard. After all, he showered the place with money, despite it never being quite clear exactly what he did. He had some vague “financial” job, advising clients. Every time he worked for somebody else the firm wound up in legal trouble or imploded, but he failed upwards for some reason.
I wonder what that was.
BREAKING: Jeffrey Epstein’s Private Calendar just dropped. The calendar includes meetings with the man who’s now the current Director of the CIA, William Burns, among other prominent names including Rothschild, Kissinger and many more. https://t.co/9CcLlzenoB
— TexasLindsay™ (@TexasLindsay_) April 30, 2023
In 2005 he was investigated for his…unorthodox sexual proclivities and was convicted in 2008, as part of what everybody describes as a lenient plea deal, for prostitution, not sexually abusing kids. The deal apparently was struck because Epstein had ties to the intelligence community. He served jail time and was released early in 2009.
The whole history is sordid in itself, as you know, and reeks to high heaven. And none of that is my point; it is a preview. Epstein was by his release a Level 3 sex offender, convicted of sex crimes. Despite this designation, the State of New York never enforced its requirement for Epstein keep the state aware of his whereabouts, despite his failure to do so being a felony on its own.
Instead, Epstein was able to go back to business as usual. And that business meant hobnobbing with the rich and famous.
The Wall Street Journal has a story about Epstein’s newly released calendar, which dramatically expands the list of his associates. It details when and with whom Epstein met on specific dates, and in the years after his conviction and enrollment as a Level 3 sex offender he certainly met with quite a few VIPs whose names have never been released.
Names like William Burns, who has been director of the Central Intelligence Agency since 2021.
The nation’s spy chief, a longtime college president and top women in finance. The circle of people who associated with Jeffrey Epstein years after he was a convicted sex offender is wider than previously reported, according to a trove of documents that include his schedules.
William Burns, director of the Central Intelligence Agency since 2021, had three meetings scheduled with Epstein in 2014, when he was deputy secretary of state, the documents show. They first met in Washington and then Mr. Burns visited Epstein’s townhouse in Manhattan.
Kathryn Ruemmler, a White House counsel under President Barack Obama, had dozens of meetings with Epstein in the years after her White House service and before she became a top lawyer at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in 2020. He also planned for her to join a 2015 trip to Paris and a 2017 visit to Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean.
Leon Botstein, the president of Bard College, invited Epstein, who brought a group of young female guests, to the campus. Noam Chomsky, a professor, author and political activist, was scheduled to fly with Epstein to have dinner at Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse in 2015.
None of their names appear in Epstein’s now-public “black book” of contacts or in the public flight logs of passengers who traveled on his private jet. The documents show that Epstein arranged multiple meetings with each of them after he had served jail time in 2008 for a sex crime involving a teenage girl and was registered as a sex offender. The documents, which include thousands of pages of emails and schedules from 2013 to 2017, haven’t been previously reported.
CIA, State Department, White House. Prominent academics. None of whose names surfaced before.
Keep in mind, all of these meetings took place long after Epstein was convicted of sex crimes, revealed to have been using young girls for sexual purposes, and put on the Level 3 sex offender registry.
One can easily imagine a random professor at Harvard being ignorant of Epstein’s background, and given the fact that he had an office at Harvard, they could easily assume that he was a “safe” figure with whom to interact.
But a White House lawyer? A Deputy Secretary of State destined to become CIA Director? They knew exactly with whom they were dealing.
Most of those people told the Journal they visited Epstein for reasons related to his wealth and connections. Several said they thought he had served his time and had rehabilitated himself. Mr. Botstein said he was trying to get Epstein to donate to his school. Mr. Chomsky said he and Epstein discussed political and academic topics.
Sex offenders are put on the Level 3 list because it is widely known that they almost never are rehabilitated. They are at “high risk” for reoffense. Everybody here knew this and it didn’t bother them a bit.
Because of his “wealth and connections.”
Even after new allegations against Epstein arose in 2015–ones that were extensively covered in the media–his calendar with the rich, powerful, and famous remained filled. It would do so until the walls finally closed in.
Despite the negative press, Epstein’s days were filled from morning to night with meetings with prominent people, the documents show. There were dinners at New York restaurants, meetings at luxury hotels and gatherings in the offices of prominent law firms. Many appointments were held at Epstein’s townhouse in Manhattan.
Prosecutors alleged in 2019 that the townhouse is where Epstein sexually abused female victims for years, many underage, and that he paid some of them to recruit their friends to engage in sexual activity.
After the Miami Herald reported that dozens of women said they were abused, prosecutors charged Epstein in 2019 with a sex trafficking conspiracy. He died that year in a New York jail while awaiting trial in what the city’s medical examiner said was a suicide.
The Wall Street Journal’s article is long and well worth reading for its own sake. But in my view, it all boils down to this: anybody who thinks for a moment that the people involved with Jeffrey Epstein weren’t both aware of his activities and fully complicit in keeping his prominence and access to money and power going is kidding themselves.
And those people go to the highest level in banking, government, academia, and our cultural elite. White House, CIA, State Department, billionaires, and major banking institutions were all connected to him, and all of them knew that he both used and trafficked minors for sexual purposes.
Yet those of us who keep harping on the fact that pedophilia is actively supported or winked at by our Elite are labeled conspiracy theorists.
How much more evidence do you need? Look what is happening in our schools. Look at how the government funds recruiting kids to become drag performers.
Look at Jeffrey Epstein’s calendar.
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