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GOP Representative from Colorado, Lauren Boebert, joined in with the throngs of people calling for Epstein’s client list to be made public.
She said, “Today would be a great day for Epstein’s client list to be made public.”
Today would be a great day for Epstein’s client list to be made public.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) July 6, 2022
A representative from Georgia, Marjorie Taylor Greene, also called for the House to launch investigations into Epstein’s friends and associates.
Green said, “You know what else would be very good committee hearings? Investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s friends who enjoyed the hard work of this madam, who handed over minors to powerful men for sexual pleasure. Maxwell named the Clinton Foundation as an organization she worked with.”
Elon Musk has also been vocal in asking about the client list.
The Raging Patriot recently reported:
Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, said the DOJ, which grew notoriety for leaking under former President Donald Trump, was remarkably silent about the deceased convicted pedophile.
“Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares,” Musk tweeted.
In the tweet, Musk shared a graphic showing “Things I’ll never see in my life.”
“Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so,” Musk added in a subsequent tweet.
Many of these calls for the client list come after Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s right hand was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Maxwell, 60, was convicted in December after a month-long trial for sex trafficking, transporting a minor to participate in illegal sex acts, and two conspiracy charges. The jury found her guilty.
Right before the sentence was handed down Maxwell said this on the podium: “I believe that Jeffrey Epstein was a manipulative, cunning and controlling man who lived a profoundly compartmentalized life and filled all of those in his orbit.”
“It is the greatest regret of my life that I met Jeffrey Epstein.”
Maxwell turned and spoke directly to many of her victims seated in the gallery.
“I am sorry for the pain that you’ve experienced,” she said. “I am sorry for the pain that you’ve experienced.” She added that she hoped her incarceration brought them a measure of closure.
The women never got to see Epstein be sentenced, however. On August 10, 2019, Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his jail cell.
Elizabeth Stein, a victim of Epstein and Maxwell read a powerful statement to the court: “In one instance, they took me to Florida, insisted that I stay longer than planned which caused me to miss work and led to my being fired.”
“Seizing on this new vulnerability, they began trafficking me to their friends. By that time, I was trapped. I was assaulted, raped and trafficked countless times in New York and Florida during a three-year period.”
“At one point I became pregnant (by whom I am unsure) and aborted the baby. Things happened that were so traumatizing that to this day I’m unable to speak about them; I don’t even have the vocabulary to describe them.”
“When I arrived, the hotel concierge told me Ms. Maxwell was in the bar and wanted me to meet someone. It was Jeffrey Epstein.”
“That night in the hotel was the first of many times they sexually assaulted me.”
“In the most literal sense of the word, Epstein and Maxwell terrified me.”