More… this time from Ace.
Pilot: Prince Andrew Flew Aboard the Lolita Express When Jeffrey Epstein’s 17-Year-Old “Sex Slave” Was Aboard
If the pilot is telling the truth, this is damning — private planes aren’t big enough for the claim “I never saw her there” to be credible.
And if you saw her — you didn’t… ask a question?
And then you flew with her on the private plane again?
Prince Andrew flew on Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet — at least twice — with the disgraced money manager’s alleged 17-year-old sex slave Virginia Roberts on board, the pilot claimed.
The royal flew on the late financier’s private jet — which has also played host to VIP guests including former President Bill Clinton, model Naomi Campbell and sex-scandal-plagued Hollywood star Kevin Spacey — a number of times, according to a deposition by pilot David Rodgers, 66.
On two of those trips, Roberts — who now goes by her married name Giuffre — was also on board, according to the June 3, 2016 legal deposition, released to Giuffre’s lawyers in New York 12 days ago. The deposition is among 2,000 court documents relating to a settled defamation case involving Giuffre and British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.
The revelation marks the first time allegations emerged that both Andrew and Virginia were on Epstein’s jet at the same time.
Rolling Stone wants to know: Why is the Washington Post pushing conspiracy theories?
Establishment media figures also got into the game. On the morning of August 10th, Washington Post staffer Carol Leonnig tweeted a link to a news story she co-wrote with three other Washington Post reporters. The story itself was fairly straightforward, reiterating what were then the known facts of Epstein’s death. Leonnig’s tweet, however, was less so. “People close to Epstein fear he was murdered,” wrote the longtime Post staffer and 2015 Pulitzer Prize winner, citing reports that Epstein had told authorities someone had tried to kill him weeks earlier. “He was described as being in good spirits in recent days. . . .”
But perhaps more to the point, the language of the tweet sounded suspiciously similar to the outpouring of conspiracy theories that have appeared following Epstein’s death, from those on the far right speculating that the Clintons were behind it to those on the left who pointed to Trump — or, more often than not, just vaguely gestured at other unidentified, shadowy forces.
I’ll add this: It’s not that they’re pushing conspiracy theories. It’s that the media as a whole has decided that you are deserving of being deplatformed and fired from your job if you spread what the Ruling Class claims to be conspiracy theories.
Alex Jones, for example.
They went after Michael Flynn because his son tweeted about “PizzaGate.”
They are branding “conspiracy theories” as essentially a species of White Supremacy.
Meanwhile, this class of supposed anti-conspiracy-theory zealots inflicted the Russia Collusion Conspiracy Theory on the nation for three fucking years.
Equally, they are recategorizing anti-government speech as a type of White Supremacy too. See that scorcher of a piece by Angelo Codevilla in the sidebar.
Yet, any conspiracy theory about Jeffrey Epstein being murdered or deliberately given the privacy and encouragement to kill himself is of course, unavoidably, an “anti-government” idea.
So: Why is the Washington Post permitting one of its reporters not only to trade in conspiracy theories, but even to report on the story about which she is pushing out conspiracy theories?
And, next question:
What do they think is going to happen once people get sick of a nasty, brutalizing Ruling Class forcing harsh penalties on everyday citizens for violating supposed extralegislative laws that they themselves have perfect immunity from?
Ruling Classes that exist entirely to harass and harm the citizenry do not remain Ruling Classes long after the people realize that many of their problems could be solved by removing that class.