University Kept Epstein’s Donation’s Hidden

More chaos surrounding Jeffrey Epstein…

It appears as if the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s media lab broke policy by accepting donations from Epstein in spite of the fact that he was disqualified for being a registered sex offender.

Not only that, but it’s reported that the university also tried to cover up their dealings with Epstein by marking his donations as “anonymous” to avoid getting into trouble.

Fox News broke the story today with a report saying:

“Ronan Farrow published a new expose Friday alleging that Jeffrey Epstein continued to donate to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab despite before a ‘disqualified donor’ because of his sex offender conviction.”

The report later goes on to state that the reason the university kept taking money from Epstein is because he acted as a “intermediary” between famous billionaires and the school. One of his most notable connection was the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates.

Ronan Farrow wrote:

“Perhaps most notably, Epstein appeared to serve as an intermediary between the lab and other wealthy donors, soliciting millions of dollars in donations from individuals and organizations, including the technologist and philanthropist Bill Gates and the investor Leon Black.”

An investigation has been launched regarding the issue by the university, who has since reached out to The New Yorker, saying they are “looking at the facts surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s gifts to the institute.”

Sadly, Fox News was apparently given the silent treatment by the university, because they didn’t respond to a request for more details by the network.

This just goes to show how corrupt many of our education institutions in America really are. These people willingly accepted money from a child molester and even tried to hide it.

The people who took part in this don’t deserve jobs. They should be fired immediately.

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