Victims of Billionaire Pedophile with Ties to Bill Clinton Claim Federal Prosecutors Offered “Sweetheart Deal”

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Prosecutors went to great lengths to keep secret the non-prosecution agreement reached in 2007 with Jeffrey Epstein, attorneys for the victims allege, “because of the strong objection they would have faced from victims of Epstein’s abuse, and because of the public criticism that would have resulted from allowing a politically-connected billionaire who had sexually abused more than 30 minor girls to escape … with only a county court jail sentence.”

Before any allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced in 2005, Trump and Bill Clinton spoke glowingly of Epstein, and court records have included documents and testimony suggesting both men flew with Epstein on his private jets.

Court files document long-running ties between Epstein and the former president. Bill Clinton flew on at least six trips with Epstein and his entourage in 2002 and 2003 including to international destinations such as Paris, Bangkok and Brunei, according to logs kept by one of Epstein’s pilots.

And as Epstein first faced federal prosecution a few years later, one of his lawyers, Gerald B. Lefcourt, wrote to prosecutors to tout Epstein’s pedigree as “part of the original group that conceived of the Clinton Global Initiative,” according to a letter attached to Wednesday’s court filing.

At the heart of this week’s court filings is a deal Epstein reached with federal prosecutors in September of 2007 that spared him from a federal prosecution. After an extensive investigation by the Palm Beach police and the FBI, the Justice Department effectively immunized Epstein for multiple alleged offenses involving underage girls in exchange for his guilty pleas to two comparatively minor sex crimes in Florida state court. And Epstein’s lawyers persuaded the federal government to keep the terms of the agreement secret, according to the court filing by victims’ attorneys Bradley Edwards and Paul Cassell.

On the day the deal was signed, an attorney for Epstein sent an email to the federal prosecutor handling the case which read, “Please do whatever you can to keep this from becoming public,” according to an email exchange attached to Wednesday’s filing.

If he’d been charged and convicted on the federal counts, Epstein might have spent the rest of his life in prison. Instead, he now splits his time between his permanent residence – a private island estate off the coast of St. Thomas – and homes in Paris, New Mexico and New York City, where he owns what is purported to be one of the largest single-family residences in Manhattan.

– From the ABC News article: Victims: Feds Hid ‘Sweetheart’ Deal for Sex Offender With Deep Political Ties 

As I’ve said time and time again, the greatest cancer of all cancers afflicting these United States is a startling deterioration in the rule of law. Specifically, the institutionalization of a two-tier justice system in which the rich and powerful can (literally) get away with murder, while poor inner-city kids get locked up for “victimless” crimes.

One of the most egregious examples of our Banana Republic criminal justice system relates to billionaire pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. A man who was barely punished for sexually abusing and exploiting at least 30 underage children.

This is a topic I touched upon a little over a year ago in the post, Oligarch Justice – Powerful Pedophiles Roam Free as Journalist Barrett Brown Returns to Jail. Here are a few excerpts:

Bill Clinton took repeated trips on the “Lolita Express“—the private passenger jet owned by billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein—with an actress in softcore porn movies whose name appears in Epstein’s address book under an entry for “massages,” according to flight logbooks obtained by Gawker and published today for the first time. The logs also show that Clinton shared more than a dozen flights with a woman who federal prosecutors believe procured underage girls to sexually service Epstein and his friends and acted as a “potential co-conspirator” in his crimes.

Epstein pleaded guilty in 2008 in Florida to one count of soliciting underage girls for sex (and one count of adult solicitation), for which he served just over a year in county jail. But sprawling local, state, and federal investigations into the eccentric investor’s habit of paying teen girls for “massages”—sessions during which he would allegedly penetrate girls with sex toys, demand to be masturbated, and have intercourse—turned up a massive network of victims, including 35 female minors whom federal prosecutors believed he’d sexually abused. He has reportedly settled lawsuits from more than 30 “Jane Doe” victims since 2008; the youngest alleged victim was 12 years old at the time of her abuse.

Some of his victims are understandably furious regarding Epstein’s joke of a punishment, and in new court filings claim that prosecutors secretly negotiated a sweetheart deal to save the politically connected pedophile.

We learn the following from ABC News:

New court filings are bringing fresh attention to a Florida sex scandal that could become grist for political trouble in the 2016 Presidential campaign.

The new legal filings allege that federal prosecutors in Florida “repeatedly” and “intentionally” violated the rights of dozens of teenage sex abuse victims by secretly negotiating an “extraordinarily lenient” deal with a wealthy Palm Beach financier known in the past to have socialized with powerful business and political figures — including former President Bill Clinton and current GOP front-runner Donald Trump.

Prosecutors went to great lengths to keep secret the non-prosecution agreement reached in 2007 with Jeffrey Epstein, attorneys for the victims allege, “because of the strong objection they would have faced from victims of Epstein’s abuse, and because of the public criticism that would have resulted from allowing a politically-connected billionaire who had sexually abused more than 30 minor girls to escape … with only a county court jail sentence.”

Throughout the negotiations — and for nearly a year after the agreement was signed — the victims were kept in the dark, their attorneys said, strung along as government lawyers promised victims they were still investigating even long after they had cut Epstein an “indulgent” deal.

But with his victims back in court to challenge the government’s handling of the case, there is new attention on Epstein’s ties to two men who find themselves facing the glare of a presidential campaign — Bill Clinton, husband of Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, and Trump, who is currently leading the GOP primary race.

Before any allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced in 2005, Trump and Bill Clinton spoke glowingly of Epstein, and court records have included documents and testimony suggesting both men flew with Epstein on his private jets.

Court files document long-running ties between Epstein and the former president. Bill Clinton flew on at least six trips with Epstein and his entourage in 2002 and 2003 including to international destinations such as Paris, Bangkok and Brunei, according to logs kept by one of Epstein’s pilots.

And as Epstein first faced federal prosecution a few years later, one of his lawyers, Gerald B. Lefcourt, wrote to prosecutors to tout Epstein’s pedigree as “part of the original group that conceived of the Clinton Global Initiative,” according to a letter attached to Wednesday’s court filing.

Reached Wednesday, Lefcourt said he would not have made that representation to the prosecutors had he not believed it was true. Representatives for both the Clinton Global Initiative and the former President did not immediately respond to ABC News’ requests for comment. According to the organization’s website, CGI was formed in 2005 by former President Clinton “after a lifetime of attending meetings where issues were discussed but no action was taken.”

Whether Trump invokes the scandal in an attempt to spur questions about Clinton’s association with Epstein may depend on his own history with the wealthy investor. In a New York Magazine article in 2002, Trump boasted of his friendship with Epstein: “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy.”

“He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life,” he told the magazine.

At the heart of this week’s court filings is a deal Epstein reached with federal prosecutors in September of 2007 that spared him from a federal prosecution. After an extensive investigation by the Palm Beach police and the FBI, the Justice Department effectively immunized Epstein for multiple alleged offenses involving underage girls in exchange for his guilty pleas to two comparatively minor sex crimes in Florida state court. And Epstein’s lawyers persuaded the federal government to keep the terms of the agreement secret, according to the court filing by victims’ attorneys Bradley Edwards and Paul Cassell.

On the day the deal was signed, an attorney for Epstein sent an email to the federal prosecutor handling the case which read, “Please do whatever you can to keep this from becoming public,” according to an email exchange attached to Wednesday’s filing.

Read those two paragraphs over and over and over again. This is Banana Republic justice.

Hundreds of pages of newly-disclosed correspondence between federal prosecutors and Epstein’s dream team of defense lawyers, including Jay Lefkowitz, Kenneth Starr, Alan Dershowitz, Roy Black, and Lefcourt, provide an inside look at Epstein’s efforts to forestall the federal prosecution and at the effort to conceal the resulting deal, despite repeated acknowledgements by government lawyers that they were legally required to inform the victims.

Disturbingly, Alan Dershowitz also had personal ties to Epstein. See the following from the post, Oligarch Justice – Powerful Pedophiles Roam Free as Journalist Barrett Brown Returns to Jail:

Epstein’s predatory past, and his now-inconvenient relationships with a Who’s Who of the Davos set, hit the front pages again earlier this month when one of his victims, Virginia Roberts, claimed in a federal court filing that Epstein recruited her as a “sex slave” at the age of 15 and “sexually trafficked [her] to politically-connected and financially-powerful people,” including Prince Andrew and attorney Alan Dershowitz. (The latter, the filing claimed, had sex with the victim “on private planes”; Dershowitz vigorously denies the charges, as does Prince Andrew.)

Other prominent figures whose names appear in the logs, which document globe-spanning flights on Epstein’s planes during various periods from 1997 to 2005, include Dershowitz, former Treasury Secretary and Harvard president Larry Summers, Naomi Campbell, and scientist Stephen Pinker.

The logs also cast doubt on public statements made by Dershowitz, who has been vigorously downplaying his relationship with Epstein since Roberts levied her accusations against him. Dershowitz has attempted to paint himself as a mere passing acquaintance of Epstein, suggesting to the American Lawyer last week that he only began hanging around the billionaire to fundraise for his school, Harvard.

Now back to the ABC News story…

“In a feature article about Mr. Epstein in New York Magazine,” Lefcourt wrote in a letter to prosecutors, “former President Clinton aptly described Mr. Epstein as ‘a committed philanthropist with a keen sense of global markets and an in-depth knowledge of twenty-first century science.’ President Clinton reached this conclusion during a month-long trip to Africa with Mr. Epstein, which Mr. Epstein hosted. The purpose of that trip was to increase AIDS awareness; to work towards a solution to the AIDS crisis; and to provide funding to reduce the costs of delivering medications to those inflicted (sic) with the disease.”

Epstein entered his guilty pleas in June of 2008 to one count of solicitation of a prostitute and one count of solicitation of a prostitute who is a minor. He served 13 months in a private wing of the Palm Beach County stockade with liberal work-release privileges that allowed him to spend up to sixteen hours a day at his office. He is also required to register as a sex offender in any state where he has a home.

If he’d been charged and convicted on the federal counts, Epstein might have spent the rest of his life in prison. Instead, he now splits his time between his permanent residence – a private island estate off the coast of St. Thomas – and homes in Paris, New Mexico and New York City, where he owns what is purported to be one of the largest single-family residences in Manhattan.

Two of Epstein’s alleged victims, then 14-year-old girls now identified in court documents as Jane Does 1 and 2, filed suit in 2008 accusing the government of violating the federal law which guarantees crime victims the right to confer with prosecutors and to be treated fairly by the justice system. Wednesday’s filing in the case seeks a ruling from the judge that their rights – and those of all the alleged Epstein victims identified in the federal investigation – were indeed violated by the government. Their ultimate goal is the invalidation of Epstein’s “sweetheart plea deal.”

“Despite the fact that this case has been in litigation for more than seven years spanning several hundred pleadings,” write the victims’ attorneys, “the Government does not write even a single sentence explaining why it entered into [a deal] with a sex offender who had committed hundreds of federal sex offenses against young girls. Perhaps there is some reason for this extraordinary leniency. But if so, the Government has yet to offer it.”

I’ll let readers come to their own conclusions.

For related articles, see:

Oligarch Justice – Powerful Pedophiles Roam Free as Journalist Barrett Brown Returns to Jail

Elizabeth Warren Releases Blistering Report on Corporate Criminality – Singles Out SEC Uselessness

Shots Fired – Jamie Dimon Questions Elizabeth Warren’s “Understanding of the Global Banking System”

Four “Too Big to Fail/Jail” Banks Threaten to Hold Back Funds to Democrats Over Elizabeth Warren

Video of the Day – Elizabeth Warren Torches Janet Yellen on TBTF

Stunning Quote – Larry Summers to Elizabeth Warren in 2009: “Insiders Don’t Criticize Other Insiders”

Elizabeth Warren Confronts Eric Holder, Ben Bernanke and Mary Jo White on Bankster Immunity

In Liberty,
Michael Krieger

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  1. Ricardo Ali Fernandez

    ¡Creo que si! I believe it. I won’t be surprised if the next thing you tell us is that Jeffrey Epstein was trained by some of his taxpayer funded intelligence gathering mind-control friends. The idea of isolating someone on a plane where protest and escape are limited and then getting them to join in the abuse and keep it secret is highly plausible. May the courage of those abused and their lawyers hang on until justice is served.

    • To imply Trump or ANYONE is somehow also guilty of some crime via social random association is just sick and poor reporting. Thousands of men (NOT PERVERTS) spoke highly of this guy Epstein and traveled with him for business purposes. Does NOT make them also guilty of this sickness he portrayed. Think Jerad of subway sandwiches. Are all customers now ALSO perverts?

    • Michael Krieger

      You are absolutely correct that just because someone associated with Epstein, or was even friends with him, doesn’t mean that person participated in the abuse of underage girls.

      However, it is clear Trump was aware of Epstein’s fetish for “young” women. Again, this certainly doesn’t make him guilty of anything, which is why I focused on the Clinton link, who seemed to spend a lot of time on the private plane.

      However, to compare eating a Subway sandwich with Trump saying he’s known a sick pedophile for 15 years and made glowing statements about the guy, is clearly absurd.

    • Liberty Headlines is sending this article via email subscriptions with an entirely different headline: “Bill Clinton & Trump Tied to Billionaire Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein” this is where some confusion ensued. Click on link and you get this page, hmmm? They must be hurting for new news. I make no apologies as I was duped. I agree Mr. Trump can and will take care of himself. I feel disgusted however to keep running across this sort reporting, link associations, swapping headlines, etc. It’s time for some old fashioned values and TRUTH in reporting.
      ~Good day

    • Michael Krieger

      The truth is Jeffrey Epstein is a disgusting pedophile who is roaming free due to his political connections. The political connections that matter in this case are Clinton not Trump. The key point of the article is that the rule of law must be restored, something I think we can all agree on whether we like Trump or not.

  2. Your attempt to link Trump to this sleazeball is about as transparent a case of character assassination as I have ever seen. He once said something positive about Epstein long ago? THAT is what allows you to print your misleading, pro-establishment lead in? Are you people for real? Trump 2016!

    • Michael Krieger

      First of all get a grip on yourself, you are an emotional train wreck.

      There was no “attempt” by me to link Trump to anything. This is a ABC News article which quotes things Trump himself said in 2002.

      Even more idiotic of you is the fact you failed to recognize that I put Bill Clinton in the title of the article, not Trump.

      Don’t worry, your daddy Trump can take care of himself.

  3. So billionaires hang out with each other,are you suggesting that Trump is a pervert? You are sick to even suggest that.If i were trump i would sue for everything the person had for the insinuations,slander and prety sick at that.

    • Michael Krieger

      You obviously aren’t an attorney and have zero understanding of the U.S. Constitution.

      Moreover, no one said Trump was a pedophile, it was merely pointed out that he had a long friendship with the guy and said glowing things about Epstein. Again, Trump’s own words.

      You Trump cultists are a scary bunch. I had no idea so many Americans had such fascist tendencies.

  4. Sleazy to be sure,it doesn’t matter about Clinton and it won’ affect Hillary,but to mention Trump in an election year,a person that says i don’t want your donations explains it.When you even suggest something like that it lingers in the minds of weak people,is Trump a pervert? You know exactly what i mean.

    • Michael Krieger

      Trump was friends with a notorious pedophile. That’s just a fact. No reason to be afraid of facts or avoid them.

    • And just let me add that it isn’t about Trump per se because i don’t care who gets elected because i am at a stage in my life that it just doesn’t matter anymore.I don’t think the pedophile is going to brag to Trump that he likes sex with little children,business people speak well of one another because it is good business.

  5. Someone needs to ask Trump about his friendship with Epstein. If Trump gets the nomination, I am certain the media will ask this question.

  6. It’s quite apparent to see that you’re not a Trump fan. You have given yourself away in your comment replies! This in fact would be biased reporting and undermined information. When you stand in front of the true judge, you surely better hope he don’t remember your doings and thoughts of your mind! Your young now, but oh so quickly you’ll be an elder one considering where you want to spend eternity. So help me God

  7. This article is very misleading. The author tries to link Trump to Epstein and Clinton. Very low. As a young journalist, the author should stick to true journalism.

    • Michael Krieger

      By author, you must mean ABC News, which merely reported on exact quotes made by Trump.

      Here’s the ABC News article, if you have an issue with them reporting simple facts, I suggest you take it up with them: http://abcnews.go.com/US/victims-feds-hid-sweetheart-deal-sex-offender-deep/story?id=36843144

    • Story by ABC NEWS owned by the Disney Corp.; the same Disney Corp that did propaganda films for the 3rd REICH in the 1930’s!
      Part of the “PRESSTITUTE MEDIA’ OWNED BY 6 OF THE MEGA MEDIA CORPORATIONS!

    • Michael Krieger

      I’ve got no love for mainstream media, but ABC is merely quoting Trump word for word from a 2002 New York Magazine article. Here’s the quote and a link to the article:

      Epstein likes to tell people that he’s a loner, a man who’s never touched alcohol or drugs, and one whose nightlife is far from energetic. And yet if you talk to Donald Trump, a different Epstein emerges. “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy,” Trump booms from a speakerphone. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

      http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/n_7912/

  8. Here goes more establishments smearing. How stupid can you be, the old tricks will not work anymore. Jeb, Kasich, Rubio doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell.

  9. Donald Juvenile Trump has so much baggage from a lifetime of Democrat ideology that it would take a Boeing 757 to haul it around. At age 69 plus Donald has never voted in a Republican Primary Election. The 2004 Daily News quotes him saying, “All of the women on The Apprentice flirted with me – consciously or unconsciously. That’s to be expected.” In his book, The Art of the Deal (a better title would be Buying Political Influence to Further One’s Own Wealth) Donald brags about habitual adultery. Will Americans be scammed again? Ted Cruz on the other hand has the character and resolve to be a great president.

    • I’m not for Trump I honestly think we should Dump Trump. I do not think he is a pediphile He is arrogant, slanderous, woman hater, racial bigot, disrespectful, liar, anti people with disabilities, temper tantrum throwing, spoiled rotten bully who is developmentally a child, Anti Semitic, Anti Muslim, person who disregards the constitution, political insider who buys politicians, user of donor money, and he threw his friend under the bus, Liberal who only said non liberal ideas when he started and during his run for president. I never said he was attracted to children in a sexual way. With his real issues not all said let’s not make a liar of ourselves. Perverts are worse than him.

  10. Philanthropist introduces ambitious young people to wealthy leaders in the worlds of business and politics, and is pilloried for it. Want to bet none of these “victims” profited from their encounters even BEFORE they shook down Epstein? I’m being tongue-in-cheek here, but we should acknowledge differences of opinion amongst the liberty-minded on age-of-consent laws.

    As to corruption, you are championing equality (under law) over liberty. Poor people routinely buy the boot off their necks, daily, all over the world (except USA, of course, where the bribes are too costly for the poor) – better to destroy all the boots, of course, but meanwhile, corruption serves liberty.

    • Michael Krieger

      What should the age of consent be in your opinion, because Epstein reportedly abused a 12 year old.

    • Replying to Krieger reply to my post. Legal age is a tough one – last discussion I recall reading was Ruwart’s take that got her into trouble running for LP office. The discussion always jumps to sex, rather than, say, financial responsibility. Larger questions are transitioning from parental control to self responsibility & my sense is a fixed age is pointless, due to individual variations in brain development; and what role state has in enforcement absent parental objection and my sense is little, but some. My philosophical touchstone for legal policy is always “what would a monkey do?.” If we are designing a legal system for real humans, then going by cultural and religious norms that are time and location based will yield less useful (or just) results than exploring our animal nature to decide what behaviors respond to punishment/reward, which don’t. I don’t think the term pedophile even correctly refers to post-pubescents & nature is drawing some sort of line at that point, not just 18, 21, etc. I’ve read that the delayed sexualization norms of 20thC. America (etc.) are based on extended education (no longer join Dad in the fields at 9) so kids stay kids longer. Suspect that, same as gay-bashing, a lot of the heat over “pedophiles” comes from self-suppression of widespread but unacknowledgeable urges in men, and child-protective instincts in women – neither objectionable, but poor guides for public policy. I don’t want to see a society where a parent is legally free to prostitute a child at 12 in the name of free market principles, but I think current US law is too rigid, and more harmful to kids than need be.

      To me, the more interesting question raised by your article is whether government corruption (using a less heated subject, let’s say smuggling) is something libertarians can actually find objectionable.

  11. Interestingly the article is talking about how sex is a god with these animals, Epstein and his entourage, especially with young girls, but the ads on this site are disgusting, and show our whole society is sick. As far as Bill Clinton is concerned, we already know he is a rapist, and Hillary has stuck by him, even threatened women that have come forward to accuse him, just in that respect alone, Hillary should not be President. Bernie Sanders is a pervert as well, don’t know about Trump, but I’m pretty sure he is no saint. Pretty sad commentary on our culture, but all you have to do is look at the ads on this site and so many others, to see how our minds are constantly filled with sexual images, this has got to stop, we need to stop feeding on this garbage. How can we expect to be moral, if we constantly fill our minds with immorality?

  12. ….I can believe about Bill Clinton been pals with the Pedophile, but somehow I think they are trying to smear Trump in Bubbas Mess!!,…..Vote for Donald Trump in 2016!!

    • Michael Krieger

      Trump said himself he was friends with Epstein for 15 years. Here’s the quote word for word from the New York Magazine article:

      Epstein likes to tell people that he’s a loner, a man who’s never touched alcohol or drugs, and one whose nightlife is far from energetic. And yet if you talk to Donald Trump, a different Epstein emerges. “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy,” Trump booms from a speakerphone. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

      http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/n_7912/

  13. So everybody is blowing off all that donnie said in the magazine interview including, ….”He likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the YOUNGER side,” Blowing off what he said on the Wendy Williams Show when asked what his favorite thing to do with his daughter was-ANSWER-“Sex, but i can’t say that.” Blowing off all the bragging he did about all the women he was banging while he was married!!!! All you donnie defenders can spin it every which way, but the pure truth is that the filth that comes out of donnie’s mouth, is the filth that originates from donnie’s mind and heart!!!! And he just bragged about how good a Christian he was. Just when did he become a Christian??? In his own words, not mine, he stated that he has never had to ask God for forgiveness!!! That he is so good he never makes mistakes!!! (II Thes. 2:11) And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie.

  14. Trump’s not in that sordid mess, but Rubio and Bush are, both are Florida acquaintances of Jeffrey Epstein.

  15. I applaud the author of this article. Thank God someone has the balls to stand up to the sicko corrupt pigs of this world. It will bring me immense pleasure knowing someone may bring their own brand of justice to these scumbags and if not God has a special place for them in the afterlife. YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW WE ALL PAY THE PRICE ONE WAY OR ANOTHER>

  16. Pervert is not on Trump’s list of problems. Trump’s problems are bad enough, pervert is worse. Trump is an arrogant, slanderous, liar, woman hater, total racial bigot, Anti Semitic, Anti Muslim, disregarding the constitution, economic bigot, Trump threw his friend under the bus, user of donor money and lied about it, hypocite who uses the advantage his FATHER GAVE HIM AND COMPLAINS ABOUT BUSHES MOTHER HELPING BUSH, whiner, spoiled rotten, temper tantrum throwing, bully, developmentally a child, liberal who became non liberal only for the run of president. Before he was the king of liberals. His temper is out of control we might get in to nuclear war with him as president. You want change for the better join with me in voting for Ben Carson.

  17. Just another trash Trump post. If serious about news reporting you might look into the murder of Justice Scelia and the Clinton foundation instead of trashing our next President

  18. All the Trump-eters here are hilarious.

    Hey, here’s an idea for you guys: Instead of bashing Mike for shining a light on the cockroaches and those who associate with them, why don’t you put the questions directly to Trump:

    1. Do you agree with the light punishment convicted serial pedophile Jeffery Epstine received?

    2. You had a lot of nice things to say about convicted serial pedophile Jeffery Epstine fifteen years ago and were friendly with him. Do you now disown any friendship with convicted serial pedophile Jeffery Epstine?

    Get him on the record! If he’s a stand up guy, and truly means to “Make America Great Again”, then there’s nothing to fear, right?!

  19. It is time to burn the House of Clinton to the ground.

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