While never-ending corporate media coverage has been afforded to allegations of wrongdoing by former President Donald Trump for nearly as long as he has been involved in politics, Fox News host Tucker Carlson wondered why sources at the Department of Justice weren’t so forthcoming with funneling information to the press when it comes Jeffrey Epstein and his infamous client list.
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On Tuesday’s episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the show’s namesake brought in podcaster Bobby Capucci from “The Epstein Chronicles” to speculate on what’s kept the list so tightly under wraps.
“There’s been a lot of leaking from the DOJ recently but somehow the Justice Department has not leaked anything about Jeffrey Epstein, including his client list,” Carlson suggested. “Why is that?”
“In my opinion, it has to do with how far it goes,” Capucci began. “This is such a gigantic, in scope, operation that he was running that if they really dug deep that it would be almost earth-shattering what they would discover.”
The pair were not alone in their suspicions as to the lack of presented information on Epstein’s list as in June billionaire Elon Musk had opined on the matter on social media writing, “Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?” along with a meme of “Things I’ll never see in my life.”
Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so …
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 4, 2022
“If you take a look at some of the similar cases in New York at a similar time for similar crimes–R. Kelly or Keith Raniere–both were hit with RICO charges, but Epstein, Maxwell,” Capucci continued bringing up convicted sex trafficker and former Epstein girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, “no RICO there. I wonder why.”
The podcaster went on to suggest that the alleged corruption in the Justice Department wasn’t a new development either as the accusations against the deceased Epstein stemmed back to the 1990s.
“It’s been going on all the way since the Vanity Fair article back in 2002, the puff piece on Jeffrey Epstein back then. You know, Maria Farmer outed this guy in 1995, 1996. Nobody followed up on it,” he explained. “Nobody ever pursued him the way they should and it was all happening right under the nose of the [Southern District of New York] who loves to get on their ivory tower and preach down to the rest of us on a regular basis about how bad we live our lives.”
Carlson had pointed out how InfoWars founder Alex Jones’ texts were obtained by the media after a slip up by his attorney during a defamation trial and “the second they got his texts, you know everything, every embarrassing thing he’s ever said of course is given to the New York Times. But they are affirmatively protecting Jeffrey Epstein, who’s not even alive anymore. It’s one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen.”
“Meanwhile this guy was running around in their district for four presidencies,” Capucci continued about the Justice Department in New York, “hanging out at the White House, you know, all of it, and nobody cares what’s going on until the survivors themselves decide to go and take the case to the people. And we see what’s happened since then. There’s been an avalanche effect and they’ve had to react to it.”
The Fox News host closed off the interview by asking if Capucci believed there was any truth to the assertion that there was video footage of clients at Epstein’s properties and he detailed, “what I can tell you is all of the survivors who had access to his townhouse, all of them that had access to Palm Beach, they all said that there were surveillance rooms in those houses set up for that specific purpose–to take video of everybody who came in and to document it.”
“So we’re talking about the people that actually lived through this telling us that, and nobody cares? When the Daily Mail is leading the charge to go after somebody like Prince Andrew and not the Gray Lady (New York Times) or the Washington Post, that tells you everything you need to know about where the legacy media is at,” he concluded.
“And of course, he was connected to various intelligence agencies which might be the real answer,” Carlson suggested.
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