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Musk Calls For “Epstein’s List” To Get EXPOSED


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Elon Musk becomes more and more likable each day.

In one of his most recent tweets, CEO of Tesla and now the owner of Twitter Elon Musk called for convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein’s “client list” to be released.

Here’s the tweet itself:

He would follow up that tweet by saying “why are they already writing my “suicide” story.

American Miltary News covered Musk’s Comments:

Billionaire tech executive Elon Musk – who recently entered a deal to purchase Twitter for $44 billion – called for accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s client list to be released so that “at least one of them” can “go down.”

On Monday, journalist Tom Elliott tweeted “NBC’s [Medhi Hasan] on [Elon Musk]: ‘If [the ‘neo-Nazi faction’ of the GOP expands in Nov.], we may look back on this .. as a pivotal moment, when a petulant & not-so-bright billionaire casually bought one of the most influential messaging machines & just handed it to the far-right.’”

“We’re just two years away from Donald Trump very possibly reseizing executive power,” Hasan said in the video. “If that happens, we may look back on this past week as a pivotal moment when a petulant & not-so-bright billionaire casually bought one of the most influential messaging machines & just handed it to the far-right.”

In response, Musk accused NBC of “basically saying Republicans are Nazis …”

Musk has exposed corrupt individuals and organizations on consistent basis for the last several years.

For example, when the UN called for him to donate his entire wealth to combat world hunger, Musk sent out this tweet:

The link was an article by the Express, read the excerpt here:

CHILDREN as young as nine traded oral sex for food from UN peacekeepers in warzones while officials looked the other way, a shocking new report has claimed.

Memos about the sexual abuse in the Central African Republic were “passed from desk to desk, inbox to inbox, across multiple UN offices, with no one willing to take responsibility”, the report found. It added: “The welfare of the victims and the accountability of the perpetrators appeared to be an afterthought, if considered at all.”

The investigation revealed that French peacekeepers from the UN’s children agency, UNICEF, failed to act on reports of sexual abuse in early 2014 in the midst of civil war.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed “profound regret that these children were betrayed by the very people sent to protect them” and said he accepted the panel’s broad findings.



 

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