This news came out more than 2 years ago, but I only discovered this today.
We already know that Bill Clinton had flown on the late convicted-pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane, dubbed the Lolita Express, dozens of times, as shown in flight logs.
There is also that portrait of Bill Clinton in drag in Epstein’s Manhattan home.
But the connection between the Clintons and Epstein went even deeper.
On July 6, 2016, Fox News alerted us to a 2007 letter by Epstein’s lawyers Alan Dershowitz and Gerald Lefcourt to the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of Florida, in which Epstein claimed he was part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). In 2013, CGI was renamed the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.
In the words of the 2007 letter:
Mr. Epstein was part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative, which is described as a project “bringing together a community of global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.” Focuses of this initiative include poverty, climate change, global health, and religious and ethnic conflicts.
The 2007 letter was aimed at boosting Epstein’s image to successfully negotiate a plea deal before Epstein could be tried for using underage girls in a sex ring. Epstein spent 13 months in prison and home detention after agreeing to a plea deal in which he admitted to soliciting just one underage girl for prostitution.
Below are screenshots of page one of the 23-page letter, followed by the excerpt from the letter pertaining to the claim of co-founding the Clinton Foundation.
Fox News could not confirm whether Epstein was an actual founder of the Clinton Foundation. He is not cited in official paperwork filed by the Clinton Global Initiative as a founder or director. However, neither the Clinton Foundation nor Dershowitz responded to FoxNews.com’s inquiry as to the extent of Epstein’s involvement.
What is true is that Jeffrey Epstein had supported the Clinton Foundation financially. This was not made public until 2014 when a whistle-blower released the names of the super-rich, including Epstein, who had Swiss accounts at the HSBC bank. From the whistle-blower’s data, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists documented $81 million being routed from HSBC Swiss accounts to The Clinton Foundation, including $25,000 from Epstein in 2006 .
The Clinton Foundation has raised hundreds of millions of dollars ostensibly for charitable works in places such as Haiti and Africa, but critics have accused the Clintons of using the foundation as a slush fund and have questioned how much of the donations actually went to helping the poor.
According to Wikpedia, beginning in 2015, the Clinton Foundation was accused of wrongdoing, including a bribery and pay-to-play scheme, “but multiple investigations through 2019 found no evidence of malfeasance.” Indeed, the Washington Post reports on January 9, 2020, that “A Justice Department inquiry launched more than two years ago to mollify conservatives clamoring for more investigations of Hillary Clinton has effectively ended with no tangible results…no criminal charges or other known impacts”.
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