The 2016 campaign is getting into full swing and there are two things that are certain. The first is that Hillary Clinton is trying to clear the decks for a coronation. In 2008, Clinton proved she had a glass jaw. Her strategy for 2016 seems to be to try to take a page out of the Planned Parenthood playbook and kill her opponents in utero rather than face them in the primaries. My colleague Moe Lane observed that the rather lame and recycled hit piece circulated on Jim Webb only benefited Clinton (full disclosure, I think some of the rather graphic pedophilia scenes in his novels require explanation but I felt the same way when he was running against a self-immolating George Allen.)
But it seems that two… or more… can play that game.
The central figure in this story is a billionaire, Democrat named Jeffrey Epstein:
A list of people who have associated with Jeffrey Epstein over the years would take in the world of celebrity, science, politics – and royalty.
Over the years, the casually-dressed, globe-trotting financier, who was said to log more than 600 flying hours a year, has been linked with Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey, Chris Tucker and Manhattan-London society figure Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of the late media titan Robert Maxwell.
While it might be unfair to call Mr. Epstein a pedophile, though many have, he was accused of recruiting underage girls to perform sex acts on him, and it seems, on various friends of his while he surreptitiously videoed the encounters. And he did serve a short prison term. Short because prosecutors shied away from prosecuting the politically powerful man. A woman, at the time anonymous, filed a $50 million lawsuit against Epstein in 2008 alleging that she and others had been used as “sex slaves.”
Flight logs pinpoint Clinton’s trips on Epstein’s jet between the years 2002 and 2005, while he was working on his philanthropic post-presidential career and while his wife Hillary was a Senator for their adopted state of New York.
‘I remember asking Jeffrey what’s Bill Clinton doing here kind fo thing, and he laughed it off and said well he owes me a favor,’ one unidentified woman said in the lawsuit, which was filed in Palm Beach Circuit Court.
The woman went on to say how orgies were a regular occurrence and she recalled two young girls from New York who were …read more