Investigative journalist says Bill Clinton is lying about Epstein
Everyone has pretty much agreed the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein will eventually be a major problem for Bill Clinton.
While Clinton immediately denied knowing anything about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking and underage prostitution, investigative journalist Conchita Sarnoff said Bill Clinton is lying when he said he “knows nothing” of those activities.
Big Troubles for Bill
Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Clinton have been linked for years. Just how far their relationship went is unknown, but most believe Epstein was providing Bill Clinton with his “specialty” services on numerous occasions.
Sarnoff was one of the reporters working the Epstein story when it first broke in 2010.
Sarnoff stated, “I know from the pilot logs and these are pilot logs that you know were written by different pilots and at different times that Clinton went, he was a guest of Epstein’s 27 times.”
She further stated, “many of those times Clinton had his Secret Service with him and many times he did not.”
Clinton and Epstein
The ties between Clinton and Epstein go far deeper than anyone in the liberal media is letting on right now. Clinton is believed to have ridden on Epstein’s plane more than two dozen times.
While Clinton denies he went to Epstein’s private island, there is much speculation that is also a lie. The really damning fact for Clinton is that he ditched his security team on some of these trips.
If he wasn’t up to no good, why would he not allow his Secret Service detail to on the plane with him?
Furthermore, there are significant financial ties between Clinton and Epstein. Sarnoff reported Epstein is a founding member of the Clinton Global Initiative.
There is now significant speculation the reason Epstein got that plea deal before is because of the information he had on people like Bill Clinton.
Now that the Feds have Epstein dead to rights, you better believe he is going to start singing and there will surely be at least one chorus devoted to former President Bill Clinton.