Breaking: Bill Clinton Back In Spotlight As Tucker Carlson Demands Congress Investigate Ties to Jeffrey Epstein
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson is usually the one who talks about things no one else will. Even though mainstream media has forgotten or buried the story, America still wants to know what happened to Jeffrey Epstein and his client list.
Carlson raised some important points on his show about Epstein and also demanded the new GOP Congress open an investigation into his death.
He said, “It’s all very strange and the story gets much stranger once you start pressing a little bit. We’ve pressed pretty hard for the last few days on this question, not because we have any special affection for Jeffrey Epstein.”
“We’ve pressed because you don’t want to live in a country where it’s possible to murder people in federal lockup, cover up the killings, and then get away with them. That’s scary.”
“That should not be allowed in this or any other civilized place, but in the case of Jeffrey Epstein, it appears that it was allowed and on one level, you can see why it was. This is one of those crimes that has no natural constituency pushing to solve it.”
Of course, no one wants to solve it. The very people who could solve it and bring to light the truth are the ones with the most to lose.
It has been three-and-a-half years since Epstein died, and no one has gotten to the bottom of it.
Even Ghislaine Maxwell, his partner in crime, admitted that she doesn’t even believe that Epstein committed suicide in prison.
Tucker mentioned that the only two people ever punished for Epstein’s death were two low-level guards, who fell asleep on duty the night he died. They both pleaded guilty to falsifying government records, but then last year, suddenly, an Obama-appointed judge dropped all charges against both of them.
The FBI and the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General never issued a report explaining how Epstein died.
Tucker also brought spoke about how the case could have been solved or looked into by Bill Barr, and yet he closed the case.
“By the end of 2019,” Barr writes in his memoir, “I was confident that Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide by hanging himself.”
Tucker shared more of Barr’s memoir:
“I personally reviewed that video footage,” Barr writes. “It shows conclusively that between the time Epstein was locked in a cell at 7:49 p.m. on the night of Aug. 9 and the time he was discovered the next morning at 6:30, no one entered his tier.” Therefore, Bill Barr explained, we can know for sure that Jeffrey Epstein killed himself. In his book, Barr ends this section on Epstein with a self-congratulatory note. “The management changes I made at the time (to the federal prison system) were good ones, and I think the agency is slowly on its way back.”
Tucker at the end of his segment called on the Department of Justice to investigate fully Epstein’s death.
“For moving on four years now, there has never been an investigation into Jeffrey Epstein’s death, the death of an American citizen. Now, we can only speculate as to why that is, but all the explanations are bad and ominous. Maybe someone in the new Republican Congress should look into all of this, not because Jeffrey Epstein was an American hero, but because for once it would be nice to see the federal government forced to tell the truth about something.”
The new GOP-led Congress should take advantage of this moment, and truly look into Epstein’s death and finally reveal the names from his client list.