Why hasn’t Epstein’s client list been leaked, Elon Musk asks
The world’s richest man has questioned why leak-happy US authorities haven’t exposed the elite customers of the notorious pedophile
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk is puzzling over why no one at the US Department of Justice (DOJ) has exposed the client list of the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein – and over why no one in the legacy media appears to be chasing the story.
“Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares,”Musk stated this in a Tweet on Saturday. “Doesn’t that seem odd?”
Musk added the comment to a meme entitled “Things I’ll never see in my life,”Illustrations of fire-breathing dragons, dinosaurs, and unicorns are included along with words “Epstein-Maxwell client list.”
The only thing that is more amazing than DOJ not disclosing the list to the media is the fact that nobody cares. Doesn’t that seem odd? pic.twitter.com/JEK4TErABB
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 4, 2022
Epstein was a financier, and a convicted sex ofender. He died while waiting for his trial in New York City on child sex traficking charges. Critics disputed the claim that Epstein died from suicide. Many speculated that his death was to stop him from knowing who his wealthy clients were.
Ghislaine Maxwell, a former Epstein confidant was found guilty of child sex traficking by a jury last December. She was accused of helping to abuse underage girls. She declined to testify in her own defense – her lawyers took only two days to present her side of the case – and she reportedly made no effort to evade punishment by exposing the Epstein clients who may have committed crimes.
Jean-Luc Brunel (a suspected Epstein associate) was a boss at a modeling agency who allegedly provided underage girls for the financier. He died in a French prison cell, reportedly by suicide, in February. Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother Ian Maxwell was shocked by the news of another Epstein-related defendant dying by hanging in a high-security prison. He said his family fears for his sister’s safety and insisted that she’s not suicidal.
After posting his message about the absence of leaks or reporting regarding Epstein’s clients, Musk quipped, “Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so . . . .”
After agreeing to purchase Twitter for $44billion in April, Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX became an increasing target of media criticisms. Musk has pledged to “unlock” the social media giant’s value by making it a haven for free speech.
An entrepreneur from South Africa suggested that last month he may be the victim of foul play. “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowin’ ya,”Musk shared the message with his Twitter followers of 96 million. Musk did not explain or provide context to the tweet.