Sex Offender Epstein Could Bring Down Bill Clinton

Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein has been indicted for sex trafficking for the second time and this time he could bring down close pal, ex-President Bill Clinton with him.

The FBI reports that the initial sex trafficking indictment is merely a “placeholder” designed to get the 66-year-old registered predator off the streets. The nation’s top law enforcement agency plans an avalanche of indictments, and the severity of the potential prison terms already has Clinton trying to leverage the media.

“President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York,” a statement from Clinton’s press secretary Angel Ureña reportedly reads.

“In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: One to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation.”

As American’s might expect from a man who has repeatedly been accused of sexual misconduct and rape, those four trips were on Epstein’s private jet, which has been dubbed the “Lolita Express.” Epstein’s private jet was reportedly used to transport underage girls from New York and Florida to his private island in the Virgin Islands as part of his sex trafficking operation. Reportedly, Epstein along with multiple other wealthy and powerful men engaged in sexual activities with girls as young as 14 years old.

What Clinton’s team has conveniently left out of their attempt to distance Clinton from the sex slave operation is that he took upwards of 26 flights previously with Epstein. Perhaps the most telling aspect of these flights is that Epstein covertly submitted flight logs using only initials or nicknames. Clinton routinely refused to allow his Secret Service detail to board with him.

“Bill Clinton … associated with a man like Jeffrey Epstein, who everyone in New York, certainly within his inner circles, knew was a pedophile,” Washington, D.C. based non-profit Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking official Conchita Sarnoff reportedly said. “Why would a former president associate with a man like that?”

Sarnoff authored a book about the high-profile individuals associated with the Epstein criminal sex ring called, TrafficKing.

Epstein’s inner circle included heads of state, powerful politicians, celebrities and billionaires. He was previously arrested for using minors as young as 12 years old in a prostitution ring. The registered sex offender flew high-profile people to his private 72-acre island in the Virgin Islands chain. The destination has been called “Orgy Island.”

Epstein received what many are calling the deal of the century after getting caught in 2008. Numerous allegations were set aside to pave the way for a 13-month sentence that included home detention. He reportedly worked from home to maintain his financial empire and enjoyed the finer things in life rather than tough prison life.

“That plea deal should never have happened. This is a zero-tolerance crime now, and it should have been a zero-tolerance crime back then,” former Assistant FBI Director Chris Swecker said.

Swecker reportedly spoke to the belief that “high-profile individuals” intervened during the process saying, “That would involve, by definition, public corruption if the charges were suppressed for that reason.”

Despite his reluctance to call former colleagues out, it was abundantly clear that powerful individuals had brought influence to bear on Epstein’s behalf. The deal was made in secret, and a federal judge recently ruled that missteps were made regarding notifying the victims.

That breach of the law may result in the first puff deal being invalidated, and Epstein could be resentenced. If that happens, his prison term would most likely run consecutively, meaning the first sentence would need to expire before a new prison stay began.

And that reality may be why Clinton was so anxious that his staff issued a false statement early in the process. Although it’s commonly known that a sitting president first faces impeachment before any criminal prosecution, Bill Clinton is no longer a sitting president. Nor does he have the political leverage to influence the Trump Administration’s Department of Justice.

The current case is being led by the Southern District of New York’s public corruption unit in an effort to stave off attempts to influence the process by people such as Clinton.

With no lifeline in sight, it remains highly likely that Epstein will cooperate with the FBI and federal officials to implicate high-profile people who raped teenage girls. And that might be keeping Bill Clinton up at night.


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