The public continues to wait to see when — if ever — the infamous Epstein client lists will ever become public knowledge. For now, the best we’ve got is his calendar.
The true nature of Jeffrey Epstein’s debauchery, if it ever WAS a secret, was a known entity by the time he served time for it in 2008.
You would hope that people in certain lines of work would view that particular kind of a conviction with an eye toward their own reputation, and think twice before making any close associations.
But he had money and influence.
Two of the people recently reported to have been on Epstein’s calendar are closely connected with the Obama/Biden administrative state.
One is currently Biden’s CIA director… back in 2014, he was Obama’s deputy Secretary of State, serving under John Kerry.
The other is a lawyer widely viewed as ‘Obama’s Fixer’. Here’s a clip of Dan Bongino explaining her role in some scandals in the Obama years, including the Secret Service scandal, IRS scandal, Benghazi, and others.
William Burns, who became CIA director in 2021, had scheduled meetings with Epstein in 2014 when he was deputy Secretary of State, according to the newspaper – a lunch planned at a Washington DC law office and two scheduled appointments at Epstein’s townhouse.
“After one of the scheduled meetings, Epstein planned for his driver to take Mr. Burns to the airport,” WSJ reported.
Also reportedly meeting with Epstein in 2014 was Kathryn Ruemmler, White House counsel under President Barack Obama. According to the WSJ, Epstein called Ms Ruemmler in 2014 within weeks of her leaving the White House and “planned a lunch in August 2014 at his townhouse, followed by a series of meetings to introduce her to a wider circle of his acquaintances.”
The disgraced financier and his staff also “discussed whether Ms. Ruemmler, now 52, would be uncomfortable with the presence of young women who worked as assistants and staffers at the townhouse, the documents show,” the paper reported. “Women emailed Epstein on two occasions to ask if they should avoid the home while Ms. Ruemmler was there. Epstein told one of the women he didn’t want her around, and another that it wasn’t a problem, the documents show.”
A spokesperson for Goldman Sachs, where Ms Ruemmler currently serves as chief legal officer and general counsel, told the paper that the lawyer did not see anything concerning at the townhouse.
“Over the next few years, Ms. Ruemmler, then a partner specializing in white-collar defense at Latham & Watkins, had more than three dozen appointments with Epstein, including for lunches and dinners,” the Journal reported. — Independent UK
The media loves to portray Obama’s ‘tan suit’ as the most scandalous moment of his presidency, a lie they are able to perpetuate precisely because they have been deliberately silent with stories like this one.
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