(RightWing.org) – A new batch of Jeffrey Epstein’s documents has been released, and they show that the disgraced financier’s network of connections was even wider than we thought. Businesswomen, college professors, a former Israeli leader and even the head of the CIA all met the notorious pedophile.
Jeffrey Epstein’s private calendar has leaked… it included meetings with the head of the CIA, Obama admin officials and the former Israeli PM…
In case you’re wondering why the full client list hasn’t come out yet… pic.twitter.com/rVXmoqxK0R
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) May 1, 2023
On April 30, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported on a new trove of Epstein documents, including his meeting schedules and emails. Epstein’s “black book,” listing his personal contacts, and the flight logs of his private jet have been out there for a while. They name former presidents, supermodels, actors and politicians who traveled on Epstein’s plane. The latest documents show just how wide his web spread.
William Burns is now Director of the CIA; in 2014, he was Deputy Secretary of State, and he had at least three meetings with Epstein. In 2015, Professor Noam Chomsky, a well-known academic and far-left activist, had dinner with Epstein at the millionaire’s Manhattan townhouse. Another academic, Bard College President Leon Botstein, invited Epstein and “a group of young female guests” to visit his college. Former Obama-era White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler met Epstein dozens of times between leaving the government in 2014 and joining Goldman Sachs six years later; these meetings included a visit to his infamous private Caribbean island.
The new documents don’t reveal what the meetings with Epstein were about. The Wall Street Journal says most of those they’ve spoken to claim to have met him because of his wealth and connections; they were trying to raise funds for something or other or hoped he could help them find a job. That’s plausible — but they also knew he had been convicted of child sex offenses in 2008. A lot of people seem to have been willing to ignore that little detail, and it isn’t very clear why.