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Jeffrey Epstein Told NYT Reporter He Had Dirt On Powerful People

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Jeffrey Epstein Told NYT Reporter He Had Dirt On Powerful People

On Aug. 16, 2018, New York Times journalist James B. Stewart interviewed Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein at his East 71st Street Manhattan mansion.

Mr. Stewart said, “the overriding impression I took away from our roughly 90-minute conversation was that Mr. Epstein knew an astonishing number of rich, famous, and powerful people, and had photos to prove it.”

This statement is extremely important because recently in the ongoing Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking trial an FBI agent testified over 20,000 images were recovered from Epstein’s Manhattan mansion. Some of them – never seen before – can be seen here:

Trove of never seen before photos of Maxwell and Epstein released into evidence

And as the trial continues forward with witnesses naming names and the release of flight logs – which has also happened in the past – one could assume those are the people he was talking about. Examples:

Witness Testified Bill Clinton Was On Pedo Island with Jeffrey Epstein And 2 Young Girls and Prince Andrew named in secret new evidence detailing further allegations against Jeffrey Epstein

It has also come out that Bill Clinton flew at least 17 times on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express,” according to flight logs released.

During the interview, Jeffrey Epstein said he knows a great deal about a lot of people, some of it “potentially damaging or embarrassing, including details about their supposed sexual proclivities and recreational drug use.”

However, Epstein didn’t go into further detail nor did he mention the many people he knew. But Stewart did say he saw a table covered with photographs with former President Bill Clinton and another of Epstein with the pedophile director Woody Allen. He would, however, mention only Elon Musk.

Musk was the reason Stewart contacted Jeffrey Epstein. Which we’re about to get into.

Epstein also admitted he too had a scandalous past — he had pleaded guilty to state charges of soliciting prostitution from underage girls and was a registered sex offender — the self-acknowledged pedophile said to Stewart that he was a pariah in polite society.

Stewart who interviewed Epstein said “he seemed unapologetic. His very notoriety, he said, was what made so many people willing to confide in him. Everyone, he suggested, has secrets and, he added, compared with his own, they seemed innocuous. People confided in him without feeling awkward or embarrassed.”

The New York Times columnist said he first contacted Jeffrey Epstein because “because my colleagues and I had heard a rumor that he was advising Tesla’s embattled chief executive, Elon Musk, who was in trouble after announcing on Twitter that he had lined up the funding to take Tesla private.”

At the time the Securities and Exchange Commission opened an investigation into Elon Musk’s remarks, which moved markets but didn’t appear to have much basis in fact. There was outrage and calls for Musk to relinquish his position as Tesla’s chairman and for Tesla to recruit more independent directors. Enter Epstein who was compiling a list of candidates at Elon Musk’s behest — and Epstein said he had an email from Musk authorizing the search for a new chairman.

We must point out that Elon Musk and Tesla have vehemently denied this claim saying, “It is incorrect to say that Epstein ever advised Elon on anything,” a spokeswoman at the time for Musk, Keely Sulprizio, said.

Also, Epstein said the email wasn’t from Elon Musk himself, but from someone very close to him. He wouldn’t say who that person was. 

Stewart asked him if that person would talk to him, and Epstein said he’d ask. He later said the person declined; Stewart doubt’s he even asked.

Providing no proof of any interaction with Musk, the only connection Epstein had with the Telsa CEO is a widely circulated photo showing Musk with Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s confidante, and former companion, at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars party.

Musk responded on Twitter about the photo saying Maxwell ‘photobombed’ him.

“Ghislaine simply inserted herself behind him in a photo he was posing for without his knowledge,” Ms. Sulprizio, the spokeswoman for Musk, said.

Elon Musk Denies Knowing Ghislaine Maxwell Following ...

During the same interview, Epstein said that even though high profile people deny interacting with him “it didn’t stop people from visiting him, coming to his dinner parties or asking him for money.” He also told Stewart he was considering becoming a minister so that his acquaintances would be confident that their conversations would be kept confidential.

Epstein would go on to say that criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration and that at times in history it was perfectly acceptable. He pointed out that homosexuality had long been considered a crime and was still punishable by death in some parts of the world.

This is an argument you will hear from the far-left but also from liberals as well. A scary justification that should worry all.

Epstein said to Stewart that he’d witnessed prominent tech figures in Silicon Valley taking drugs and arranging for sex despite having a reputation for being geeky workaholics.

And that’s all Stewart got out of him during the interview. Epstein did ask the NYT journalist if he would be interested in writing his biography. But he declined.

Stewart ends his article with a question we are all asking: If he did accept, “I’m left to wonder: What might he have told me?”

You can read Stewart’s interview here: “The Day Jeffrey Epstein Told Me He Had Dirt on Powerful People.”

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