Trump and Jeffrey Epstein

With the recent arraignment of Jeffery Epstein on charges that he had sex with underage girls back in 2002–2005, speculation is that Donald Trump will be one of the famous names revealed as a participant in illegal and deviant sexual activities.

I don’t think so.

Trump doesn’t drink, smoke, or do drugs. When he attended Studio 54 parties in New York back in the day, he was the “boring” guy.

Trump was another club regular, but ‘he never touched drink or drugs. He liked looking at beautiful women, even though he was married to Ivana. Trump wasn’t a lot of fun — when you’re in a crowd drinking and drugging and one person isn’t, that person seems boring.’”


Of course, there is this lawsuit filed against him in 2016, when he began to appear as a serious presidential candidate:


Time will tell whether this is a valid lawsuit or not.

Trump has been photographed with Epstein, as here:


Trump claims all of his contacts with Epstein were social. When Trump discovered that Epstein had sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl at his Mar-a-Lago property, Trump banned him.

‘Epstein was barred from President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla., ‘because Epstein sexually assaulted an underage girl at the club, according to court documents,’” The Washington Post reported. ‘I learned through a source that Trump banned Epstein from his Maralago [Mar-A- Lago] Club in West Palm Beach because Epstein sexually assaulted an underage girl at the club,’” Fort Lauderdale lawyer Bradley Edwards said.”


(There are a lot of open-source articles where this is mentioned.)

When Epstein was first prosecuted in 2009, Trump was the only famous name who fully cooperated in the investigation, and voluntarily appeared to give a statement.


Sure, he hitched a ride from Daytona Beach to New York City with Epstein’s son, once. But if you care to investigate the flight logs on Epstein’s plane (the “Lolita Express”) going to and from Little St. James island in the Virgin Islands, which has been referred to in the media as “Orgy Island” and by some as “Pedo Island,” Trump’s name does not appear. If you look at these logs (available online, if you are curious) there are some pretty famous people listed there. Trump isn’t one of them.

Much has been made of his famous quote about Epstein, given before he became president, when he was just a real estate developer in New York:

I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it – Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

This is Trump’s way of telling people that Epstein is a little “off.” I don’t think Trump is worried about Epstein’s indictment today, or his involvement with the man. I think the president is satisfied that the truth come out, as are many Democrats and Republicans. For example, Christine Pelosi, daughter of Nancy Pelosi, Tweeted this:


I couldn’t agree more.

More on Jeffrey Epstein

Here are two interesting articles by alt blogger Michael Kreiger that tells us a lot more about Epstein. Was he some kind of intel operative?

Here's what a real hedge fund manager thinks about Jeffrey Epstein. From New York Magazine:

And finally, researcher "Amazing Polly" shows us the connections between Epstein, the intelligence community, transhumanism, and science.

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