The Jeffrey Epstein story has been pushed to the shadows in the last year. Between the COVID-19 pandemic and the fiasco of the 2020 election, the story has inexplicably been downgraded to old news.
But there have been multiple developments in the story, including the arrest of Epstein’s sex ring coordinator, Ghislaine Maxwell. Maxwell has feared for her life in prison and has asked to be transferred into the general population wing of her facility. Gee, I wonder why…
Now, in another major development, former President Bill Clinton is being implicated in the Epstein sex traffic ring… again. This time, the accusations come from his former “bag man” and top aide for his post-presidency ventures.
His name is Doug Band, and he was the closest advisor to former President Clinton following his departure from the White House in January of 2001. If anyone knows about the skeletons in Clinton’s closet, it is Doug Band.
A recent report at Radar Online claimed that Band had turned on Clinton and had become a whistleblower, telling the Department of Justice information that implicates Clinton in the Epstein case….and then the story was retracted.
Seems odd, doesn’t it? It’s almost like someone didn’t want the story published. Gee, I wonder who that could be?
Coincidence? You be the judge.
According to OpIndia, “Radar Online has retracted its report which had alleged that close confidante of Bill Clinton, Doug Band, has cooperated with the federal sex trafficking investigation involving convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
The report had claimed that Band has turned into a whistleblower and has provided evidence to the US Justice Department that could implicate his former boss. The report has been retracted.
Doug Band had earlier confirmed that Bill Clinton had visited Epstein’s infamous ‘pedophile island.’ According to Band, who was Clinton’s body man, the 42nd President of the United States travelled there with Epstein in January 2003.”
In December, Vanity Fair published a long expose in which Doug Band unloaded on his former boss and nothing was off the table, including his knowledge of Clinton’s involvement with Jeffrey Epstein. So, it’s not a leap to believe that Doug Band is a credible witness given his interview on the subject with Vanity Fair, which came out three months before this latest whistleblower story that has now been retracted for some unidentifiable reason.
Vanity Fair reported the following in December:
“Band told [reporter Gabriel Sherman] he had been trying to push Epstein out of Clinton’s orbit ever since their much-discussed 2002 trip to Africa aboard Epstein’s private 727, dubbed the ‘Lolita Express.’ Band recalled that Epstein had made a bunch of ridiculous claims on the trip, like boasting that he invented the derivatives market. Band said he had no idea about Epstein’s sex crimes back then but got enough bad vibes that he advised Clinton to end the relationship. But Clinton continued to socialize with Epstein and take his money. In 2006 Epstein donated $25,000 to the Clinton Foundation. Clinton made more than two dozen trips on Epstein’s jet around this time, Epstein’s flight logs show. In January 2003, according to Band, Clinton visited Epstein’s private Caribbean island, Little St. James. Band said it was one of the few trips he declined to go on in his time with Clinton. A Clinton spokesperson said the president had never been to the island and provided detailed travelogue entries of the period in question that did not contain a visit.”
Like so much of the bizarre developments in the Jeffrey Epstein story, the latest developments involving Clinton’s bag man and top advisor are fishy and warrant more questions of those involved.
Was Bill Clinton a participant in the most notorious and disgusting sex ring in American history?
We are getting closer and closer to knowing the truth…that is, if the new details aren’t “retracted” again.