Bill Clinton Not Called as Witness in Maxwell Case, Despite 26 Flights on Epstein Jet
Ex-president was frequent flyer on 'Lolita Express' private plane where victims were raped
Former Democrat President Bill Clinton has not been called as a witness in the trial of child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein's alleged accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, despite making at least 26 flights on their private jet.
Public logs show Clinton was a frequent flyer on Epstein's "Lolita Express" plane - the jet that served as a location where multiple underage victims claim to have been raped by the late pedophile and his powerful friends.
Epstein was found dead in his jail cell in August 2019 while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges.
However, his former girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, is currently on trial for perjury and the sex trafficking of minors.
The question arises: Why hasn’t Bill Clinton been called as a witness in Maxwell’s trial?
Clinton obviously has information concerning Maxwell, Epstein, and the underage girls on the flights.
Surely he must have witnessed something amiss?
There’s a lot of talk about social justice these days.
“No justice, no peace,” is a slogan commonly employed by Black Lives Matter and the like.
These groups rioted, burned buildings, and destroyed lives and livelihoods during the summer of 2020.
But where are the social "justice" warriors now?
Sexually exploiting minors is a heinous crime.
When so-called elites — people with power — sexually exploit minors, they prove themselves to be the black heart of evil.
They must be brought to justice, even when they consider themselves to be above the law.
Bill Clinton was not the only "elite" on the Lolita Express.
This does not mean that any of these people necessarily exploited minors.
They are innocent until proven guilty; that is the American way of justice.
All of these passengers, however, have information that may be pertinent to the Maxwell case.
Why aren’t they being called as witnesses? Are they truly above the law?
They shouldn’t be.
Sexual exploitation of minors is the worst kind of social injustice.
Unfortunately, it is alive and well in the U.S.
According to The Refuge, “an estimated 79,000 young adults and minors have been sex trafficked in Texas.” That’s just in Texas.
Where are the social justice leaders?
Are they too busy rewriting American history and tearing down statues to deal with the living horrors taking place under their noses?
Instead of hating America, the social justice movement should focus on human slavery.
Their silence on the subject is telling, to say the least.