Proof Democrats Are Still Protecting Epstein in the Afterlife

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Despite being dead since 2019, serial child predator and procurer of underaged flesh to the elite, Jeffrey Epstein had amassed an earth-shattering list of clientele. CEOs, Wall Street Executives, athletes, models, and musicians were some of the most frequent names on his known associates list. Yet, none of them could hold a candle to the number of politicians and political figures from around the world who flew on his jet, the aptly named “Lolita Express.”

Flying in underaged women with Ghislaine Maxwell, he skated under the radar for a long time, even with his record. Busted for the sexual assault of a minor (labeled as a child prostitute) in Florida in 2007, he only did a short jail sentence and then work release.

In 2019, he was arrested on federal charges of underage sex trafficking in Florida and New York. This was going to be what got him off the streets, and they had the proof this time. Proof that would put him away for good and shine a light on some big names across the board. Yet, when he was murdered in his jail cell, all that information died with him.

Now, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is doing everything she can for them to see the light of day and for the world to know the truth. Requesting to file a subpoena for the flight logs, she found herself blocked out by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) when she filed her request. In a statement, she’s had enough of the Democrats’ “do as I say, not as I do attitude” and blocking the truth about Epstein from coming out.

“Senate Democrats have long been trying to undermine the Supreme Court and Justice Clarence Thomas, but want to ignore Justice Sotomayor allegedly using her taxpayer-funded staff to coordinate speaking engagements in exchange for selling and promoting thousands of her books. They also don’t want to have a conversation about the estate of Jeffrey Epstein to find out the names of every person who participated in Jeffrey Epstein’s human trafficking ring.”

She also explained why this subpoena is so important. “A subpoena to Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to provide the flight logs for his private plane. Given the numerous allegations of human trafficking and abuse surrounding Mr. Epstein, we’ve got to identify everyone who could have participated in his horrific conduct.”

Denying a subpoena like this should be criminal. This is the kind of conduct that clearly crosses borders, especially given Epstein’s private island where girls were kept. From the Ghislaine Maxwell trial and her subsequent conviction, it was clear that she was engaged in the recruitment and grooming of underaged girls for Epstein’s use and abuse. A list of people she had visited, photos taken together, and video recorded of her actions painted a complete picture for the court. A picture we as a nation were shut out from with the court silencing the press.

Even more troublesome, this happened as the trial over George Floyd’s death dominated the media in its place. This convenient timing, combined with COVID’s social distancing protocols, limited the number of press and spectators in attendance. Even the overflow areas were incredibly sparse for such a monumental trial. With only drawings coming out (no cameras allowed), many wondered if the trial was even occurring.

The Democrats have been blocking Republican initiatives for the truth across the board for years now. They don’t want to see their secrets exposed; their corruption is on display for all to see. Instead, they remain adamant that the American people simply take whatever they say at face value and don’t ever question that.

Maybe that’s why we’ll never get along.

Just denying such a request is insulting enough. This is the kind of situation where the American people deserve to have transparency in its fullest form. Evil, like pederasts, needs to be exposed and have the brightest light shone on it. If the Democrats are hiding from that, then we have a serious problem going on. Anyone who can excuse this kind of action needs to be investigated because it’s not being done in the name of anything positive.