It’s difficult to not feel as though many ruling class elites have gone to great lengths to bury information regarding notorious sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s accomplices.
For years now, speculation has run rampant over flight logs from Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolitta Express – the private plane he used to travel to and from his Little St. James Island of horrors – as they are believed to contain the names of many ruling class elites who potentially took part in the crimes committed by Epstein.
Government prosecutors and media reports have teased the release of the flight logs for years, seemingly popping up every few months to promise they’re coming, only to continue keeping them totally secret while individuals who may be named on the logs run free.
But during a recent Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) made possibly the biggest push yet by any politician to publicly demand that the Senate issue a subpoena for the flight logs.
“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,” Blackburn said.
“I think it is very important that we identify everybody that was on that plane, and how many trips they took on that plane and the destinations to which they arrived,” the Congresswoman added.
Of course, the fact that Blackburn is now making this push for the flight logs has many elites, like Microsoft founder Bill Gates and British royal family member Prince Andrew, shaking in their boots, as numerous witnesses – including both victims and Epstine’s former pilots – countless media reports, and other information has identified them as not only guests of the sex trafficker, but also close friends.
But no one may be more nervous about the truth being exposed than former President Bill Clinton, who was named in a Lolitta Express flight manifesto that was unsealed during a defamation case against Epstein’s partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, according to Business Insider.
Despite showing up in the manifesto, Clinton has vehemently claimed he barely knew the sex trafficker.
Nevertheless, White House visitor logs have also already exposed the fact that Epstein visited Clinton at the President’s residence at least 17 times while he was in office, and was accompanied by at least eight different women, including Maxwell, on those visits between 1993 and 1995 alone.
Former Clinton senior advisor Doug Band also admitted to Vanity Fair that the former President traveled with Epstein to Little St. James in 2003 – a trip Band said was one of the few he didn’t make with Clinton.
And Clinton himself has admitted to traveling on the Lolitta Express on four different occasions, even though the information that has been released on the flight logs indicates that he flew on the private plane at least six different times, and even made two trips without any Secret Service protection.
Why would any current or even former President of the United States travel anywhere with someone you supposedly barely know, while also leaving behind their Secret Service detail and top advisors who travel with them everywhere?
Outside of ensuring there are no witnesses, there doesn’t seem to be much logic in Clinton’s defense.
But with Marsha Blackburn being the politician to finally get serious about calling for the flight logs to be released, Bill Clinton and other ruling class elites may just find themselves having to explain a lot more about their relationships with Jeffrey Epstein than they’d like.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.