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Bill Clinton Denies New Allegations That He Visited Epstein Island


By now you may have heard the bombshell revelations in the freshly unsealed Court documents in which an eye-witness alleges Bill Clinton absolutely visited Epstein Island. 

Perhaps more than once.

Perhaps dozens of times.

If you missed it, check out this short clip from Jesse Watters on Fox News:

And this:

Our friend Sara Carter has more to report:

A trove of court documents unsealed Thursday night reveal a high profile list of people that allegedly visited the private island of now deceased and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The infamous island and Epstein’s private plane that shuffled billionaires and world famous leaders was known as the “Lolita Express,” for the allegations that underage children were abused on the island by friends of Epstein.

In the documents, Epstein’s co-conspirator, Ghislaine Maxwell, who is now in federal custody, revealed during questioning the names of alleged participants in Epstein’s sordid sex island. She made the accusations years ago and is now awaiting trial after federal law enforcement officials apprehended her in New Hampshire, after months of evading arrest.

She allegedly would groom and select the underage girls for Epstein.

Virginia Giuffre was one of those victims, and has accused Prince Andrew of England of abusing her and raping her when she was only 17 years old after being recruited by Maxwell.

Other victims have also spoken out against Maxwell and Epstein. Those victims stories and some of the names of their abusers were disclosed in Thursday’s document dump. Maxwell faces six counts of sex trafficking minors. Her trial is scheduled for July 2021.

Many prominent figures may have visited that island and those who have been named in the documents deny the allegations. That list of famous figures includes former President Bill Clinton, former Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz among many others, most of whose names have been redacted from the documents, according to victims’ allegations and interviews with Maxwell.

Dershowitz, however, has staunchly denied any such allegations, saying he did not take part in the abuse. He spoke out on Twitter Friday regarding the accusations.

And now Slick Willy is back in the news denying the allegations.

Take a look:

The real question is, does anyone in their right mind believe him?

Here's what the NY Post had to report:

Former President Bill Clinton denied ever visiting Jeffrey Epstein’s private Caribbean island in a statement Friday — a day after allegations that he had been there with two “young girls” surfaced in newly unsealed court documents.

“The story keeps changing, the facts don’t. President Clinton has never been to the island,” Clinton spokesperson Angel Ureña tweeted Friday.

In a statement to Newsweek, Ureña added that Clinton had not spoken to Epstein in more that a decade before sex trafficking allegations were lodged at him.

On Thursday, statements that Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre made to two lawyers in 2011 were unsealed in a now-settled defamation case against alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell.

In the documents, Giuffre claimed to have seen Clinton on the island and that he spent the night in one of Epstein’s houses there.

“I remember asking Jeffrey what’s Bill Clinton doing here kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said well he owes me a favor,” Giuffre said.

Jeffrey Epstein hosted Bill Clinton on his private island, documents reveal
“He never told me what favors they were. I never knew. I didn’t know if he was serious. It was just a joke,” she said.

In a 2016 deposition in the case, Giuffre detailed the “constant” orgies that happened on the island while she was with Epstein and Maxwell.

“One occasion stands out,” she said. “Models were — I think they were models — were flown in. There were orgies held outside by the pool.”

She said the girls were “beautiful, tall, some were blonde, some were sandy brown.”

Here is just some of the reaction on Twitter:


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