US Politics


“CLINTON LIKES THEM (GIRLS) YOUNG” (It’s about what I was expecting)




By Charles Roberson | January 4, 2024

In a recent development, bombshell documents related to the notorious Jeffrey Epstein case have once again thrust former President Bill Clinton into the spotlight, with claims suggesting that Epstein had once remarked, “Clinton likes them young.” These startling allegations have resurfaced as a result of the release of 187 previously sealed names, shedding new light on the ongoing scandal.

The revelations come in the wake of a January 3 decision by a Manhattan judge to unseal the documents, concluding that secrecy was no longer warranted. These documents were initially part of Virginia Giuffre’s 2015 lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell, a case that was ultimately settled in 2017. Maxwell remains the sole individual who has faced consequences in connection to Epstein’s extensive sex trafficking operation, receiving a 20-year federal prison sentence in June 2022.

Among the numerous documents released, one from May 2016 stands out—a request to the judge for permission to take further depositions. This document contains testimony from Johanna Sjoberg, who, at the age of 20, was recruited to work as a massage therapist in Epstein’s disturbing world. Sjoberg’s testimony disclosed that she had been recruited on a college campus without any formal massage training and was coerced into performing sexual acts on Epstein. Shockingly, she revealed that Epstein had told her that “Clinton likes them young,” alluding to young girls.

Clinton’s association with Epstein has long been a topic of scrutiny, with the former president consistently downplaying their connection, though he did admit to traveling on Epstein’s private plane. The newly-released documents mention Clinton no less than 50 times, as reported by Axios.

Responding to the allegations, a spokesperson for Bill Clinton informed CNN that the former president had no knowledge of Epstein’s “terrible crimes” during their friendship, further asserting that it has been nearly two decades since Clinton last had any contact with Epstein.

One intriguing aspect of the recently disclosed documents was Ghislaine Maxwell’s denial that Bill Clinton had ever visited Epstein’s Little St. James private island in the Caribbean, although she acknowledged his travel aboard Epstein’s plane. Maxwell’s statements came under oath and were part of a 2015 defamation case filed by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre.

The documents also include additional revelations, such as Epstein’s email to Maxwell insisting that the celebrated physicist Stephen Hawking had not participated in an underage orgy on the Caribbean Island in 2006. Hawking had attended a conference on the island sponsored by Epstein and was present at a barbecue during that time.

Furthermore, the documents reveal Maxwell’s conflicting statements about her travels with Epstein and Bill Clinton, despite photographs depicting the trio together in London. Maxwell confirmed that Bill Clinton had dined on Epstein’s private jet while traveling globally but denied that the former president had ever visited Epstein’s Caribbean Island, Little St. James. Maxwell admitted she did not know the exact number of times Clinton had flown on Epstein’s plane.

The documents also delve into Maxwell’s relationship with Doug Band, a lawyer who played a pivotal role in reshaping Clinton’s image post-presidency following the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Band, who had worked in Clinton’s White House counsel’s office, served as his deputy assistant to the President and chief advisor from 2002 to 2011. Band was present during some of Clinton’s encounters with Epstein, including the infamous 2002 trip to Africa on Epstein’s private jet, alongside individuals like Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker.

Photographs from the trip showed Clinton receiving a massage from Chauntae Davies, an Epstein victim who worked as a flight attendant on the plane infamously known as the “Lolita Express.” In the aftermath of the trip, Clinton praised Epstein as a “highly successful financier and a committed philanthropist with a keen sense of global markets and an in-depth knowledge of twenty-first-century science.”

These recent revelations are likely to further fuel the ongoing debate surrounding Bill Clinton’s association with Jeffrey Epstein, bringing renewed scrutiny to his claims of limited knowledge about Epstein’s activities. The implications of these documents remain to be seen as they continue to unravel the complex web of connections between prominent figures and the disgraced financier.

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