This Epstein case will come back to bite not only prominent Dems--they were probably the great majority of those who were complicit in the actual sexual abuse of the underage girls--but it will also implicate George "Dubya" Bush, his AG Alberto Gonzalez, and Ken Starr in abuse of the legal system to cover up the crimes of the Clintons. The reason given was and will be the concern not to prejudice a presidential election--the lives of the girls were considered expendable for that "noble" cause. Equal justice was ignored.
One other interesting aspect is the role of Acosta. He appears to have done a real investigation, as also the FBI in Miami. But then pressure came from what Sarnoff calls "the very top of the food chain."
As Ann Coulter said,
This is a really important story. ... This is not just a Clinton sex scandal; this is the elites getting cozy and covering up and protecting one another.
So read this carefully:
The Palm Beach police asked for the FBI to get involved, in 2006--"that's when Acosta comes in. A 53 page indictment was drawn up against Epstein, but what happens? Well, we're getting close to the 2008 presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton was the Democratic shoo-in at the time, President Obama was still not in the forefront. And so I believe, given the information that I have, and what I've read, that at the very top of the food chain they did not want to make--as the Attorney General said to me when I interviewed him, Alberto Gonzalez--they did not want to make a political mess. So they basically tapped Acosta again, which is also why they hired Ken Starr and Jay Lefkowitz, ... they were the two attorneys who negotiated the plea deal, meaning the non-prosecution agreement that was handed to Epstein, which by the way was not an order as Acosta told me, because I've been speaking to Acosta for many years since the original investigation and since the original arrest in 2005.
[Clinton's denials are cited.]
Pilot logs show Clinton flew with Epstein 27 times. "Many times Clinton had his Secret Service with him and many times he did not."
"Almost every time that Clinton's name is on the pilot logs there are underage girls, there are initials and there are names of many, many girls on that private plane."
"I am saying, sadly, that [Clinton] is not telling the truth.
"First of all, Gerald Lefcourt, who was one of Epstein's attorneys, back during the original arrest and the original investigation, wrote a letter which has been made public and in that letter Gerald Lefcourt claims that Epstein was one of the original funders of Clinton Global Initiative. Jeffrey Epstein gave President Clinton four million dollars, according to a source who knows about that ..."
UPDATE: This should be very important. James Lewis at AmThinker writes this morning that Trump publicly called out Clinton and Epstein at the 2015 CPAC--so, before most people dreamed he'd be the next POTUS. Clearly Trump has been aware of this case for a long time, and if he did this publicly then you know he's ready for what's coming:
In 2015 at CPAC, Donald Trump said Jeff Epstein was "a nice guy, but I believe Bill Clinton will be in trouble over the [Epstein] island." ... Clinton flew on 26 trips in Epstein's private plane, Trump accused Epstein and Clinton in public at CPAC 2015, and the screen grab below is of that moment in 2015.
This story is now breaking wide open, there will be mutual accusations, and Trump has been preparing for this moment at least since his CPAC speech in 2015.