Before Jeffrey Epstein was jailed for pedophilic offenses, he would host lavish parties at his private island in the Caribbean. The location, which was officially called Little St James – but was often referred to as “Pedo Island” – was residentially managed by Miles and Cathy Alexander. They’d left their posts at Epstein’s private island years before he got in trouble with the law and retired to their home in South Africa.

Then, out of the blue in 2016, Epstein’s attorney, Darren Indyke, sent the Alexanders an email that they could not ignore. At the time, Hillary Clinton was running to become the first female president in the history of the United States, and in an effort to aid her campaign, Epstein’s lawyer wanted the Alexanders to do one small favor.

Indyk wanted the Alexanders to sign a sworn affidavit declaring that they had never seen Hillary’s husband, President Bill Clinton, at their former residence of “Pedo Island.” Although there are rumors that Bill Clinton spent time on Epstein’s private island, which is 78-acres in size in the United States Virgin Islands, about two decades ago, Indyke wanted all memory of Clinton’s time there to be erased from memory.

There are reports from one of Epstein’s former underage sex “slave” Virginia Roberts, that she spotted Bill Clinton on Pedo Island while in the company of two “young girls.”

Clinton not only denies Roberts’s allegations, but he also insists that he never set foot on Epstein’s private island.

Unfortunately for Clinton, other people remember him visiting the island. One of Epstein’s pilots, David Rodgers, who often flew Epstein’s “Lolita Express,” remembers bringing Clinton on a ride from New York to Miami along with four Secret Service agents, Epstein and Maxwell. Roberts also said that “Prince Andrew” was on the flight.

“I have a picture of me and the crew with Bill Clinton on the plane . . . To the best of my knowledge, it was the first time that we had flown him.”

A darker story is painted on Epstein’s flight logs for his fleet of aircraft. Clinton was a passenger no less than twenty-six times between February 2002 and November 2003. Rodgers provided a deposition in 2016 as part of a defamation lawsuit that Roberts had brought against Maxwell after Epstein’s right-hand supporter tried to drag Roberts’s name through the dirt because she had dirt on Epstein and his cronies.

Maxwell, who denies any wrongdoing, accused Roberts of being a liar and extortionist.

The logs from Epstein’s planes don’t lie, and they show that Clinton was a frequent flyer on the “Lolita Express.”

Despite all of this evidence piling up, Clinton has still never been charged with anything in connection to Epstein.

It’s not clear what, if any, relationship Bill Clinton had with Jeffrey Epstein, but it is very clear that he was a frequent flyer on Epstein’s private planes. What is also clear is that the Clintons have a long history of shady relationships and questionable activities.

Do you think Clinton should be investigated in connection with Epstein?

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