Elon Musk asked on Twitter on Saturday whether anyone was disturbed by the Justice Department’s “leaking” silence on the Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell cases.
Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, claimed that the Department of Justice, which had a reputation for leaking under previous President Donald Trump, was unusually quiet about the deceased convicted pedophile.
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“The only thing more amazing than the DOJ not disclosing the list is that no one in the media cares,” Musk said on Twitter. “Doesn’t that seem strange?” he enquired of his 96.5 million Twitter followers. Musk included a graphic in his post that depicted “Things I’ll Never See in My Life.”
The artwork included a dragon or wyvern, a Tyrannosaurus Rex, and a unicorn, as well as the words “The Epstein/Maxwell customer list.” In the following tweet, Musk added, “Sometimes I believe my list of opponents is too short, too.”
On December 29, 2021, Maxwell, Epstein’s former aide and girlfriend, was found guilty of recruiting and grooming underage females to be sexually assaulted by Epstein. On June 28, a sentencing hearing will be held. A federal judge refused Maxwell a retrial because she questioned the objectivity of a juror who neglected to reveal that he was a survivor of sexual assault.
Epstein died in 2019 while awaiting a federal sex trafficking prosecution following an apparent suicide in Manhattan — but the official account is widely contested. In a weird series of tweets on Friday, Musk invoked Sex Pistols, Pokemon, and Disney Chemtrails. Musk also drew a lot of attention on social media last month when he said he may die “under strange circumstances.”
Elon Musk has questioned why Jeffrey Epstein’s client list has not been made public by the Department of Justice. “Only thing more astonishing than the DOJ not disclosing the list is that no one in the media cares,” the Tesla and SpaceX CEO tweeted on Saturday, adding, “Doesn’t that seem odd?”
“Sometimes I believe my list of adversaries is too limited, therefore…” he said. Epstein pled not guilty to allegations of sexually assaulting children as young as 14 and paying them for sex acts under the cover of “massages” when he was arrested in 2019 on sex trafficking charges.
Between 2002 and 2005, the crimes were committed at his Palm Beach, Florida, and Manhattan houses. Before the trial, the financier committed suicide in prison after apparently spending weeks attempting to persuade prison guards that he would not attempt suicide.
A Twitter user posted a photo of Musk and Ghislaine Maxwell, implying that they had “discovered one” Epstein customer. “Ah remember, Maxwell photobombing me at a @VanityFair Oscars party — you should [ask] why they invited her,” Musk wrote.
“The same individuals who promote this photo say nothing about renowned people who have visited his island a dozen times,” says the author, adding that this is “also quite peculiar…” In December of last year, Maxwell, Epstein’s former aide, and lover was found guilty of recruiting and grooming adolescent females to be sexually assaulted by him.
In late April, she lost her appeal to overturn her conviction, and she will be punished later this month. The 60-year-old may face up to 55 years in jail if convicted.