Elon Musk caused a stir on Twitter this weekend by posing an interesting question regarding Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, the media, and the Department of Justice.
Jeffrey Epstein was one of the most discussed subjects on Twitter on Saturday. When Elon Musk tweeted a query about the deceased convicted pedophile, he set off a firestorm.
“The only thing more remarkable than the Department of Justice not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares,” Musk tweeted. ” Doesn’t it seem strange?”
Elon Musk also posted a meme with the inscription: “Things I’ll never witness in my life.” The meme features images of mythical creatures such as dragons, dinosaurs, and unicorns. The phrase “The Epstein/Maxwell client list” was also included in the meme.
In less than 24 hours, the message went viral and had over 60,000 retweets and almost 350,000 likes.
Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd? pic.twitter.com/JEK4TErABB
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 4, 2022
Elon Musk then added, “I’m starting to think my list of foes is rather small, so…”
Elon Musk has made enemies in the media recently owing to his purchase of Twitter, with the Washington Post among those that have published hit pieces on him.
Epstein had connections with former President Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Bill Gates.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Microsoft founder Bill Gates have been publicly feuding for roughly a year. According to reports, Musk got upset with Gates after finding out that the Microsoft co-founder had bet against Tesla stock.
A Twitter user responded to Musk’s post with an image of him standing next to Ghislaine Maxwell at a fancy event, which had been taken earlier.
“Yes, I was photobombed by Maxwell at a Vanity Fair Oscars party,’ Musk responded. ‘You should ask them why they invited her.’”
The same people who promote this photograph make no mention of well-known personalities who had visited his island a dozen times, he said. “Also odd…,” Musk added.
According to flight records obtained by Fox News, Bill Clinton took at least 26 trips on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” private plane.
Last month, Musk wrote, “It’s been nice knowing you if I die under mysterious circumstances.”
In 2019, Project Veritas released a video of ABC News anchor Amy Robach complaining about her network not airing an interview she conducted with Virginia Giuffre — an alleged Epstein and Prince Andrew victim.
Robach claims in the leaked video:
“I’ve had this story for the past three years. I’ve spoken with Virginia Roberts about it several times. No way would we put it on TV. To begin with, I was informed that no one knew who Jeffrey Epstein was, and that the tale was a waste of time. Then the palace found out about her claims regarding Prince Andrew and threatened us in a million different ways, telling us we couldn’t interview Kate and Will. That also squashed the tale…. It was incredible what we had. [Bill] Clinton — we had everything. I’ve been trying for three years to get it on, and now it’s all coming out, and it’s like there are new discoveries. And I honestly had all of it. I’m so mad right now! Every day, my anger grows… What we had was unrivaled.”
The interview did not air on ABC because it didn’t meet the network’s standards and lacked enough corroborating evidence, the network told Page Six. Robach claimed that the video captures her “in a candid moment of anger.”
According to the New York City chief medical examiner, Epstein committed suicide in his jail cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on Aug. 10, 2019. He was facing charges of sex trafficking of minors when he died.
In July 2020, Maxwell was taken into custody. In December 2021, Maxwell was convicted of procuring and grooming underage girls for sexual encounters with Epstein. The sentencing hearing for Maxwell has been set for June 28.
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