I read something once about this and the implication was that he may well have invited all these various billionaires to "party" with his ever-revolving stable of "aspiring models", take photos/videos of them in the act, then use it essentially as blackmail material to ensure that they invested in his company. Although surely to actually make use of any of this material he'd have had to implicate himself? I dunno.Plus the unexplained wealth.
President Trump’s return to the White House podium on Tuesday to discuss the coronavirus pandemic took an unusual detour when he offered warm words for Ghislaine Maxwell, who is facing federal charges of helping Jeffrey Epstein recruit, groom and sexually abuse girls.
Mr. Trump’s comment about Ms. Maxwell, who was arrested in New Hampshire this month and is being held without bail in a federal jail in Brooklyn, came in response to a reporter’s question about whether he expected her to go public with the names of powerful men who have been accused in lawsuits of taking part in the sex-trafficking ring that Mr. Epstein allegedly ran.
“I don’t know,” Mr. Trump said. “I haven’t really been following it too much. I just wish her well, frankly.”
“I’ve met her numerous times over the years, especially since I lived in Palm Beach, and I guess they lived in Palm Beach,” the president continued, referring to the Florida town where his Mar-a-Lago resort is and where Mr. Epstein had a home. “But I wish her well, whatever it is.”
Trump’s comment raised eyebrows at the Justice Department, with one prosecutor noting the president didn't comment on the death of the son of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas in New Jersey, whose family was attacked on Sunday by a gunman dressed as a courier at their front door.
“The president has nothing to say about a gun-toting madman who just murdered the son of a federal judge. But he takes time out of his press conference to send well wishes to a woman accused of trafficking teenager girls for sex,” the prosecutor told POLITICO.
Referring to Trump’s granting clemency to his former adviser Roger Stone, the prosecutor said: “That’s gross on its face, and in the aftermath of the Stone pardon, it reeks of the president indicating to her that he might reward her if she’ll stay silent about whatever she knows about him.”
brilliant write up
Wayfair has been accused of being a front for child trafficking through the selling of outrageously expensive items. Here's how this story leads to a deep and disturbing rabbit hole.vigilantcitizen.com
I don't doubt this for a second!A few days after, Snopes chimed into the controversy with one of its legendary “fact-checks”, which, to some, is only further proof that there’s actually something going on there.