Bill Clinton never was one for honesty.
He has steadfastly maintained over the last couple years that he never visited Jeffrey Epstein's infamous island in the Virgin Islands.
The Former President of The United States only needed him, of all people, to provide him with a plane ride now again.
Newly unsealed court documents related to Ghislaine Maxwell's case provide testimony from an accuser that Clinton was in fact, lying.
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From our friends at Fox News:
A trove of documents released late Thursday could shed light on Ghislaine Maxwell’s relationship with late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The data include records of a 2011 meeting between accuser Virginia Giuffre and her lawyers where she talked about the powerful people in Epstein's orbit who she said either flew on his private Boeing 727 or stayed on his private island in the Caribbean.
One of the names mentioned was that of former President Bill Clinton.
Maxwell's lawyers had filed an emergency motion to stop the release of the new documents and have said the move would essentially eliminate any chance their client has at a fair trial. The lawyers said documents from a 2015 civil suit could “inappropriately influence potential witnesses or alleged victims.”
The newly released documents include a conversation that accuser Giuffre had with her lawyers nearly 10 years ago as part of her civil case against Maxwell in 2015.
At one point in the conversation, the subject turned to Epstein’s powerful friends. Jack Scarola, one of Giuffre's lawyers, asked her if she had any recollection of Epstein telling her that Bill Clinton owed him “favors.”
“Yes I do,” she responded, according to the documents. “It was a laugh, though. He would laugh it off. You know, I remember asking Jeffrey [a] 'What’s Bill Clinton doing here?' kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said, ‘Well, he owes me a favor.’ He never told me what favors they were. I never knew. I didn’t know if he was serious. It was just a joke.”
The lawyer asked her to clarify what she was referring to when she mentioned Clinton, and she said the former president was on the island. She said Maxwell was also there, as well as a person named “Emmy” and two young girls.
“And were all of you staying at Jeffrey’s house on the island, including Bill Clinton?” Scarola asked.
“That’s correct," she responded. "He had about four or five different villas on his island separate from the main house, and we stayed in the villas.”
What kind of favors could Clinton possibly owe Epstein?
Clinton, through his reps of course, completely denies everything.
Virginia Guiffre, a woman who publicly accused convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein of sex trafficking, said former President Bill Clinton visited his private island. Clinton says he was never there.
In a statement on Friday, Angel Ureña, a spokesperson for Clinton, told Newsweek that the former president has "never been to Little St. James Island."
"He'd not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade," he said. "Well before his terrible crimes came to light."
Ureña referred Newsweek to a statement Clinton released in July 2019, where he issued the same denial. "He's not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade, and has never been to Little St. James Island, Epstein's ranch in New Mexico, or his residence in Florida," the statement read.
The recent unsealing of court documents put attention back on Clinton's connection to Epstein on Friday. During a conversation with lawyer Jack Scarola, Guiffre said she was on the island with Epstein and Clinton."
The accusation of Clinton being on "Pedo-Island" was also made by a former employee that Epstein had working on the property in the Netflix special that was recently released on Epstein.
From The Independent:
A second person has claimed Bill Clinton visited the late Jeffrey Epstein’s island in a new Netflix documentary, but the former president again denied these allegations.
Netflix’s Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, a four-part docuseries released on Wednesday, includes an interview from a longtime tech worker on the Caribbean island who claimed he once saw Clinton at Epstein’s villa home.
There was no one else with the pair, the worker Steve Scully, 70, said about the sighting.
Mr Scully told the docuseries he also saw other “important people” coming and going from the villa at different points."
One can only pray that there is still a semblance of justice in our country.
If Clinton can indeed be linked to the wicked deeds committed on Epstein's properties and plane, let's hope that the lack of media scrutiny is immaterial.
But if authorities don't act, what are we to think as Americans?