News on the Jeffrey Epstein front for the last few days has been HOT HOT HOT, just like the Caribbean ode from Arrow. First, the man is reported dead in his Manhattan jail cell. How that happened is reported to be suicide despite him being a narcissist of the first order and an inconclusive autopsy (you’d think hanging oneself would leave unmistakable marks on the neck even if he did use tissue paper).
Then, the FBI and the NYPD raided Little St. James, one of the Virgin Islands very close to St. Thomas and St. John, not only all U.S. territories but among the group of the VIs named for the original Apostles. Among the locals, it was known as “Pedo Island” on its day. Little St. James belonged to Epstein, and with him legally dead, search and seizure laws are not in play. Therefore, the law enforcement sorts are free to gather any and all evidence in an investigation that apparently is not going to stop despite the fact that the main defendant is dead.
And now that he is gone, the media is starting to finally ask questions about his connections to the Clintons, Horndog bill and his consort Hillary, who once fancied herself presidential. The hyena pack wants to know if the grifters from Arkansas had anything to do with Epstein’s demise.
The thing about the media asking questions, though, is that they are asking them of the one person who certainly is not about to tell them what he knows.
Asked Tuesday if he believed the Clintons had anything to do with Epstein’s demise, Trump said: “I have no idea.”
“I know Bill Clinton was on his plane 27 times,” Trump said.
“That was not a good place, and I was never there. You have to ask, did Bill Clinton go to the island?”
“That’s the question. If you find that out, you’re going to know a lot.”
And so President Donald Trump threw the “were the Clintons involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s death” question back into the court of the media.
The question is, will they complete the assignment?