Just read a tweet from the Miami Herald’s Julie K Brown, who knows better than anyone how lurid the Jeffrey Epstein story really is, warning people not to fall down the rabbit hole where he’s concerned. “You don’t have to believe he committed suicide,” she writes, but “be skeptical and responsible about where you get your information.”
I’m completely with her. I wrote hundreds of pages saying the same things about other targets of conspiracists. But who are you supposed to believe? The president of the United States, who hung out with Epstein back in the day, and who just in the last 24 hours or so said that Rudy is going to tell Congress about all the things he learned about Biden on his last trip to the Ukraine (and who can’t remember meeting Prince Andrew, who only spent time with Epstein in order to tell him that he couldn’t be friends with him anymore)–not to mention that “people in the White House” have to flush the toilet 15 times per crap and that there is a plague of monstrous women giving birth to babies in the ninth month? The New York Times, which kicked off the last election cycle with a first serial from Breitbart’s CLINTON CASH?
Honestly, I don’t know what it means to be a skeptic anymore. The Epstein story rubs my nose in the fact that real life Jewish billionaires, intellectuals, politicians, and self-promoting lawyers, not to mention British royals, mixed with the teenaged drug addicts that Epstein sex-trafficked, but I’m not supposed to believe that they had sex with them? Who wrote this script, anyway, Lyndon Larouche?
More and more, I think that Kathryn Olmstead got it right in REAL ENEMIES, in which she said that the government has proven itself so untrustworthy that you can’t dismiss anything out of hand. I mean, maybe the dungeon isn’t under Comet Pizza, but it could just as easily be next door.
But you know who has been talking about billionaire sex perverts for the last twenty years but didn’t have anything to say about Epstein until everyone else was talking about him? Alex Jones. Go figure.