The slow-rolling fallout from the ABC News coverup of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s activities continues. Project Veritas released video of ABC News anchor Amy Robach voicing her frustration in 2016 over the network’s decision to kill her exclusive story on Epstein, which she had straight from the mouth of one of Epstein’s former child victims. Republicans in Congress, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), are demanding answers from ABC News executives on what they knew, when they knew it, and who made the ultimate decision to not air the story.
This is a really big deal in terms of criminal liability. The timeline tells us why.
Jeffrey Epstein was convicted in 2007, in a sweetheart deal that saw him serving a 13-month sentence on a single charge of soliciting a minor for prostitution. There’s no need to rehash those details. Skip ahead to 2016, in the midst of the presidential contest between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. That is when ABC killed Amy Robach’s exclusive story with one of Epstein’s victims. Then, in July of 2019, Epstein was rearrested for child sex trafficking.
Based on everything we know, Epstein never stopped molesting children after his slap on the wrist 2007 sentence. And that’s why ABC News executives could now be facing very real legal jeopardy over spiking the 2016 story. If ABC News had new evidence in 2016 of crimes committed by Jeffrey Epstein, the company had a duty to report that information to the authorities, regardless of whether they aired the story for viewers or not. Therefore, ABC News holds legal responsibility for any girls molested by Jeffrey Epstein between the 2016 coverup and his 2019 arrest.
Amy Robach claimed in the leaked video that ABC News had received pressure from the Royal Family in Britain to not air the story. That may be partially true (Prince Andrew’s interview on his lengthy friendship and weird sleepovers at Epstein’s apartment last week did not go well), we all know that the chickens are roosting quite a bit closer to home than that for ABC News.
The network employs George Stephanopoulos as one of its highest-paid anchors, and he was former President Bill Clinton’s hatchet man from 1993 to ’96. It was Stephanopoulos and Hillary Clinton who came up with the brilliant strategy to smear all of President Clinton’s sexual harassment victims as desperate, money-grubbing Republican hussies who were trying to tarnish Saint Bill’s reputation.
Stephanopoulos has been protecting the Clintons for decades, so it’s not a stretch to imagine that he had a role in helping to spike the Jeffrey Epstein story in 2016. Bill Clinton took 26 unexplained flights on Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, including trips in which he ditches his Secret Service detail.
New revelations about Jeffrey Epstein wouldn’t have been good for the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016 either. Another scandal due to the Clintons’ ties to Epstein, on top of her bathroom treason server, and questions about her health would have been disastrous.
Here’s an excerpt from Congressman McCarthy to ABC News executives:
“What appears to have been presented to Ms. Robach is first-hand evidence in human trafficking. I am deeply concerned that this victim, in search of justice, went to ABC News, provided information and an interview, and then ABC News chose to bury the truth. This was a decision that Ms. Robach alluded was due to protecting powerful people or financial interests.”
Congressmen Mike McCaul (R-TX) and Doug Collins (R-GA) co-signed the letter to ABC News. Meanwhile, an astonishing two-thirds of Americans still do not believe that Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in his jail cell back in August. It’s tough to get two-thirds of Americans to agree on anything these days, so that’s pretty remarkable. The “Epstein didn’t kill himself” meme continues to spread like wildfire as well.
Numerous medical examiners, former prosecutors and former judges have all come forward questioning Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy results. As Judge Jeanine Pirro noted on Fox News, every time that a victim had a broken hyoid bone in the throat during her time on the bench, it was because the victim was violently strangled to death. Suicide by hanging almost never results in a broken hyoid bone. Most of us wouldn’t have known what a hyoid bone was until so many experts suddenly started questioning Epstein’s autopsy results.
ABC News is offering no comment on its response to the letter from the Republican congressmen. Now you know why.