The same ‘mainstream’ media that spent two years telling us allegations of underage sex trafficking connected to the Clintons were categorically false sludge are now all knotted up trying to figure out how to maintain that position, while shifting 180 degrees to the, “Oh, it’s actually quite real!” overture that Daily Beast and The New York Times have already begun to make.
With new allegations surfacing — technically, new old allegations, more on that in a moment — that Jeffrey Epstein or his friend were in the process of “procuring two 8-year-olds,” it is being reported.
So far, British and Indian media outlets on Google News have done the lion’s share of reporting on jailed Democrat pedophile billionaire Epstein, and it’s truly remarkable how little of the coverage is coming from American media outlets — no American outlets aside from us seem to be covering the claim that Epstein or his friend wanted two 8-year-olds “procured,” even though Indian MEAWW and England’s Daily Mail (among others) are reporting on it with apparent ease.
What’s infuriating here is that authorities have apparently known about Epstein and the note since 2005, yet are only discussing it again now: “A message pad belonging to Jeffrey Epstein was first obtained by police during their search of his mansion at Palm Beach on October 2005,” MEAWW reported.
“One of the messages appears to reference underage girls, while another notes how an 18-year-old ‘loves Jeffrey,’” the article claims.
Incredible that they are only giving this the time of day now, some nearly 15 years later.
Cat got your tongue, George Stephanopoulos, and all you other fucking weirdos who reportedly partied with Jeffrey Epstein after he got out of jail the first time around?
Where’s the proper US media coverage of this absolutely massive, now vindicated scandal?
PizzaGate was the late 2016 name for the very truthful claim that “elite” individuals in the Clintons’ circle are involved in underage sex trafficking; former President Bill Clinton rode on Epstein’s private jet 20 or more times at a known minimum. Bill Clinton’s former White House chief of staff and Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager in 2016, John Podesta, had his emails leaked and published on WikiLeaks just weeks before the 2016 national election.
In the emails, “pizza” was a prevalent conversation topic, and the overwhelming majority of researchers — to this day — believe that pizza was a code word for a young girl or child in some of the coded exchanges.
Also established by the Podesta WikiLeaks was that Podesta and his lobbying firm were not mere awkward orbiters here in D.C. — they were high fliers and helped enact the progressive sounding policies of the transnational banking elite who still fund much of our politics, and legacy media.
In this exchange from December 5, 2007, for instance, FULCRUM researchers learned that Podesta attended a private policy dinner in New York attended by only five others, including George Soros and Lynn Forester de Rothschild, head of the historical Rothschild banking family.