When Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s own daughter signals that some very important people could be implicated in the recent arrest of Jeffrey Epstein, people should take note of that.
“This Epstein case is horrific and the young women deserve justice. It is quite likely that some of our faves are implicated but we must follow the facts and let the chips fall where they may – whether on Republicans or Democrats, “Christine Pelosi tweeted on Sunday.
This Epstein case is horrific and the young women deserve justice. It is quite likely that some of our faves are implicated but we must follow the facts and let the chips fall where they may – whether on Republicans or Democrats. #WeSaidEnough #MeToo https://t.co/2mvskwQwW1
— Christine Pelosi (@sfpelosi) July 7, 2019
Now, at least I agree with her on the fact that no matter the political jersey worn, justice should fall on these people and swiftly. I’m talking about real justice, not incarceration at the expense of the people.
Some are speculating that Epstein will cut another deal to save him from serious prison time.
Jeffrey Epstein Documents Could Expose Powerful Politicians, Businessmen https://t.co/wpQtvEsh99
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) July 7, 2019
Tom Luongo writes:
I never doubted Donald Trump’s sincerity in wanting Hillary in jail. But the reality is that Trump was not in any position to do so. Until a few months ago.
When Attorney General William Barr ended the Mueller investigation back in February that was a turning point. I talked about it back then in a piece called “The Old Political Order is Just Old.”
Mueller, his staff of hatchetmen, the Obama administration and the rest of the corrupt old-guard in D.C. fully expected to be allowed free rein to convict Trump politically of Obstruction of Justice based on an interpretation of Federal Statutes that could only be justified in the world of Philip K. Dick’s Minority Report.
When that didn’t happen, they are now looking at potential blowback from a vain and vindictive man occupying the supposedly most powerful office in the world.
But is that really the case anymore? It seems John Bolton has been more president than Trump recently.
I was cautiously optimistic that Trump would turn the corner on his presidency now that Mueller, impeachment and the rest of it would lift from his shoulders. His foreign policy maneuvers didn’t fill me with much, if any, confirmation of this hope.
But domestically signs were there that he had stabilized the battlefield.
Epstein’s arrest tells me he’s now out for blood.
Because this goes directly to the heart of the matter. Trump left the Clintons’ social circle in disgust and I’m convinced he ran to stop her corrupt sell out of the U.S.
Never forget that, while corruption is rampant in D.C., it is not all-pervasive. It’s not a black and white thing.
William Barr may not be a Boy Scout or anything but even he, like Trump, has a disgust circuit. And that circuit has a threshold.
The level of corruption of the Departments of Justice, State, Treasury and the intelligence agencies needed to coordinate the RussiaGate hoax all to serve as Hillary’s revenge porn was too much for enough people.
And there are still plenty of people in all of those departments willing to step up now that the board state has changed.
Remember back when Trump said we should just leave Hillary be, she’s been through enough? That wasn’t him capitulating to the Deep State, that was him offering her a way out. He knew then what was going on but thought he was powerless to stop it, politically.
To go after her you go after the person who is her Achilles’ heel, Epstein through his association with Bill. Because what if this isn’t just about Bill’s antics?
But this is more than just Hillary and Bill.
This is likely far deeper a rabbit hole than anyone in D.C. wants to admit. Don’t think for a second that Epstein hasn’t been blackmailing very prominent people for years.
Because he has. And they are all now scared to death.
And Robert Mueller is up to his neck in this. Because it was Mueller who helped Epstein mostly get off the hook the last time and had the court documents sealed.
Now that Mike Cernovich worked to get those documents unsealed, we have an arrest warrant a week later by a Justice Department led by someone, at this point, loyal to Trump.
Even if Barr and Trump have a marriage of convenience here, it doesn’t matter.
What matters is that Epstein will no longer be able to hide behind Clinton bag men and will this time have to cut a real deal to stay out of gen pop.
This process will be slow and painful, but it will grind to the kind of conclusion that will only benefit Trump’s re-election bid. It will be an epic drip feed of leaks, innuendos, implications, indictments and the rest.
Because there comes a point where the Alinsky method of accusing your enemy of the thing you do backfires when it’s raping 14-year-old girls.
Once this thing gets a head of steam, once the #MeToo crowd gets a hold of this, there won’t be anyone left standing. I always said Hillary would indict herself. Her insane lust for power and revenge against her obstacles led us here.
And it will lead her to the kind of shame and disgrace that befits her avarice.
*** End of quote from Tom Luongo
I disagree with much of Luongo, but I also agree with much.
I question whether Trump was serious about prosecuting Hillary. As soon as he won, he began to change his tune and Mueller was nowhere to be found.
However, with that said, it might be possible that Epstein spills the beans on anyone and everyone, but we all know what that would get him, don’t we?
That’s right, he would be suicided inside of 24 hours, no doubt.
I just don’t see any of that coming to fruition and I think that those promoting some optimistic outcome in all of that are only deceiving themselves, but at least it seems a pleasant deception.
I think we’re going to see another closed deal take place, Epstein will quietly leave the media spotlight again and resume business as usual in some months down the road. If was ever seen that.
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