Comedy Central’s Trevor Noah asked Clinton about Epstein in an attempt to minimize the theories surrounding the so-called Clinton Body Count.
Known by many a loyal viewer for being radically pro-left, host Trevor Noah seemingly attempted to normalize the so-called Clinton Body Count. The Clinton Body Count refers to the coincidental demise of many of those who oppose the Clinton family.
Noah equated these accusations to baseless radical right wing “conspiracy theories.”
Noah starts by saying, “Hilary I have to ask you a question that is been plaguing me for a while: how did you kill Jeffery Epstein, because you’re not in power, but you have all the power? I really need to understand how you do what you do because you seem to be behind everything nefarious and yet you do not use it to become president. What is the game plan?”
He goes on to ask, “Honestly, what does it feel like being the boogeyman to the right?”
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In his apparent attempt to exonerate Clinton from the Clinton Body Count, which now allegedly may include infamous sexual predator and child rapist Jeffrey Epstein, by highlighting that she couldn’t manipulate the public vote to get her into the Oval Office exposed his true lack of comprehension for the due process that goes behind the electoral congress as well as the popular vote.
Noah implies that she cannot be as connected to deep state elite circles because she was unable to clutch the Presidential Election in 2016. If she couldn’t manipulate her power in this elite ring of supposedly evil and corrupted politicians to get to be president then, according to Noah, there can be no legitimacy to the evidence of any of alleged sudden deaths of individuals who could have caused problems for the Clintons.
Suffice to say neither Hilary nor her daughter ever brought up the name Epstein in the interview with Noah. They avoided the irrefutable ties to Epstein, and made reference to other obviously fake theories, including the tabloid conspiracy that Bill and Hillary Clinton adopted an alien in 1993.
Chelsea Clinton reported to Noah, “My favorite and the one that I do secretly hope may be true is that my mother apparently adopted and alien in 1993, and I’ve always wanted a sibling.”
Hillary and Bill Clinton have been the subjects for a significant amount of conspiracy in the wake of Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide. While there is no direct evidence to suggest that the Clintons could have been responsible for the untimely demise/assumed murder of Jeffery Epstein, the link between these individuals is undeniable.
As revealed in the logs of the “Lolita Express,” Epstein’s privet plane that delivered high profile elites to his privately owned island to allegedly rape under aged children. Bill Clinton himself had been logged at least 27 times according to a report from Fox News, despite his constant denial of any affiliation with the man who claimed to have been instrumental in the founding of and later the development of the Clinton family’s charitable foundation.
“Bill Clinton associated with a man like Jeffrey Epstein, who everyone in New York, certainly within his inner circles, knew was a pedophile,” said Conchita Sarnoff, of the Washington, D.C. based non-profit Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking, and author of a book on the Epstein case called “TrafficKing.”
Many would say little doubts exists as to the culpability of the Clintons or their involvement in suspicious circumstances. These include Hillary Clinton’s college connection to radical groups like the Weathermen or Soviet propagandist groups like the DSA, the 30,000 emails she held on an unsecured bathroom hard drive, Haitian child trafficking allegations and the atrocity that is remembered as Benghazi.
Bill Clinton’s sordid history of sexual misconduct and sexual assault along with the Lolita Express logs are also crucial parts of the story to these so called “conspiracy theorists.”
Many on the right believe it’s no longer conspiracy theory, but that the Clinton machine’s laundry list of offenses meet all the requirements to graduate from conspiracy to fact.