By Richard Pollock
Fox News wrote in 2016 that the Lolita Express, a Boeing 727 jet, was “reportedly outfitted with a bed where passengers had group sex with young girls.”
Clinton flew on some trips where the flight logs showed only the first names of female passengers.
The Daily Caller News Foundation contacted the Clinton Presidential Library last week to obtain information about the former president’s relationship with billionaire Epstein, who in 2008 was convicted of soliciting sex from underage girls as young as 14.
At the time of the request, the Clinton Presidential Library was preparing to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Clinton’s 1992 presidential win. It was attended by a small army of Clinton loyalists.
TheDCNF contacted the media office for Bill Clinton, but it refused to respond to a variety of questions about Clinton, his trips and his friendship with Epstein.
Between 2001 to 2003, Clinton and Epstein traveled together on extended trips around the world, according to flight records released in 2015 by Gawker.
Accompanying Clinton aboard the private jet was Doug Band, his “body man” and president of Teneo Holdings, a company that arranged speaking engagements and lucrative business deals for the former president.
Clinton traveled aboard the “Lolita Express” with a soft core porn actress and traveled on 11 flights with Epstein’s assistant Sarah Kellen, who allegedly procured underage girls for men, according to Gawker.
Gawker reported Kellam was “accused in court filings of acting as pimps for him (Epstein), recruiting and grooming young girls into their network of child sex workers, and frequently participating in sex acts with them.”
“In January 2002, for instance, Clinton, his aide Doug Band, and Clinton’s Secret Service detail are listed on a flight from Japan to Hong Kong with Epstein, Maxwell, Kellen, and two women described only as “Janice” and “Jessica,” Gawker reported.
Clinton ditched his Secret Service agents on five of the flights, according to Fox News.
Epstein also sent his friends to his personal, 72-acre island called “Orgy Island” on Little St. James in the U.S. Virgin Islands. A team of traffickers allegedly solicited girls as young as 12 to service Epstein’s “friends,” according to Gawker. It is unknown if Clinton ever visited the island.
Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, filed a Freedom of Information Act request in 2015 before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to obtain records of all Secret Service expenses incurred to provide “security and or/other services” to former President Bill Clinton during his trips with Epstein.
Michael Bekesha, a Judicial Watch attorney told TheDCNF the DHS never produced any records.
TheDCNF request about Clinton and Epstein occurred as hundreds of loyal Clinton aides, campaign workers and former White House officials converged onto the Presidential Library to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the President’s first win to the White House.
While the conference convened amid a swirl of sexual assault accusations against prominent men in politics, industry and in Hollywood, none of it was raised at the 25th anniversary programs.
James Carville, Clinton’s irreverent former campaign manager from his 1992 presidential run moderated a lengthy and “safe” interview with Bill and Hillary Clinton at the library.
Instead, the conference addressed the environment, education policy, childhood development, strife in the Balkans and even, the Human Genome Project.
Women who previously reported sexual assaults by Clinton told TheDCNF the silence from the Clinton camp over the Epstein flights did not surprise them.
“Well he’s guilty, and he knows he’s guilty. So, he’s not going to comment on anything,” said Kathleen Willey, who claims Clinton sexually assaulted her while she worked at the White House. She worked in the White House counsel’s office and in the office of the White House social secretary.
“Have we ever heard a word from him since all of this came up? I mean this has been going on since his college days,” Willey said.
As for his flights aboard the Epstein jet, Willey said, “Well, I don’t think Bill Clinton was playing checkers there. I think it’s despicable, it’s disgusting. He was there for a reason. It’s called pedophilia. Most of those girls were underage.”
Juanita Broaddrick, who says Clinton raped her in a hotel room in 1978 when he was state attorney general, told TheDCNF, “Well I don’t see how they could speak about it now after they’ve lied about it for two decades and harassed and trashed us. I don’t see how they personally can come back and say anything.”
Broaddrick said during the assault Clinton bit her lip so hard it started bleeding. “You better put some ice on that,” she remembers him telling her as he walked out the door.
“I cannot imagine how and in what manner they could ever say the names: Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey or Juanita Broaddrick. I don’t think that will ever come out of their mouths,” Broaddrick told TheDCNF.
She also was not surprised the sex scandal did not come up at the Clinton conference this weekend.
“I don’t think they’ll ever go there and admit to anything that Bill Clinton did. I personally don’t think they have the guts to do it,” she said.
After federal prosecutors identified at least 35 young girls who were solicited by Epstein, the U.S. government elected to have Florida state, not federal charges leveled against him.
He was given a sweetheart deal of 13 months of an 18 month sentence in the Palm Beach County Stockade. He was only charged with one count of soliciting an underage girl.
The punishment was so light Epstein was allowed to leave each day to go to work as a power broker in the financial field.
He also is listed as a registered sex offender and had to make financial restitution to about 30 girls.
Epstein now spends most of his time on his island estate in the U.S. Virgin Islands, according to the Palm Beach Post.
For Broaddrick, the memories of Clinton’s assault are still vivid. “I still cry, I still have that pain. It never goes away,” she told TheDCNF
by JOHN HAYWARD
Bannon asked Ryun about celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred’s involvement in the Roy Moore case, representing a woman who accuses Moore of assaulting her in 1977 when she was 16 years old.
Ryan said Allred is “basically a human vulture when you look back at some of the things she’s been involved in.”
“Remember the incident with Arnold Schwarzenegger?” Ryun asked. “She brought all these women in front of him, said they’re going to sue, they’re going to file suit against Schwarzenegger. Guess what? After the election, absolutely nothing happened.”
“I think a real turning point was that press conference when they pulled out the yearbook and the signature,” he said of Allred’s entry into the Moore controversy, referring to an interview with MSNBC’s Katy Tur where Allred did not come off well.
Ryun said this interview demonstrated that the best way to respond to sensational allegations is to “just throw facts back at them.”
“I’m remembering clearly, you remember this, the incident where I just brought up the Clinton Foundation, Uranium One. This is back in the spring. Couldn’t believe the reaction,” he said.
“Back to Alabama, we were talking in the break about this poll. This is John Kerry’s pollster who did this poll that just came out recently,” Ryun said, referring to a Fox News poll that showed Democrat Doug Jones with an eight-point lead over Republican Roy Moore.
“Why is Fox News using John Kerry’s pollster?” Bannon asked incredulously.
“Because John Kerry’s pollster has an agreement with the other company, Schoen Company, which is Karl Rove’s,” Kassam replied.
Ryun cited an observation the late Christopher Hitchens made in 1992, that “polls these days are not made to truly understand public opinion, but they’re meant to shape public opinion; they’re used as a weapon now.”
(As Kassam pointed out, Hitchens’ poetic way of phrasing this was to say that “opinion polling was born out of a struggle not to discover the public mind, but to master it,” and, in particular, to develop a weapon against organized-labor populism.)
“Pull all the Band-Aids off in D.C., and I think that at the end of the day, you’re going to see some things that will undermine the corrupt consultant class as the Band-Aids get ripped off on this,” Ryun predicted. “I think people need to start asking about behavior at the party committees. It’s time that we actually say, ‘Let’s have an honest conversation, a wide variety of thoughts.’”
Bannon interpreted this to mean that Ryun was accusing the D.C. “consultant class” of concealing a good deal of inappropriate behavior toward women.
“That’s what I am implying,” Ryun replied. “I think this might, ultimately, even though there are going to be some interesting moments moving forward, I think this will be a good thing for the populist movement.”
Ryun said there was no doubt in his mind that the allegations against Moore were part of an “organized hit,” as Bannon put it.
“I’ve been in D.C. almost 20 years. And, again, I don’t have hard proof, and I will say this clearly: I do not have hard proof, but I strongly suspect it’s a very short list of people, all who are associated with Mitch McConnell – whether it’s Josh Holmes, whether it’s Karl Rove, might even be Steven Law – I don’t know, but I strongly, strongly suspect somebody out of the McConnell camp planted the story.”
“It was planted. This came with the blessing of Mitch McConnell at some point, that he was going to take a political shot at Roy Moore,” he declared.
Bannon asked for Ryun’s thoughts on Restoration Weekend and his role as a presenter at the event.
“It’s so important. You bring together just some great people – obviously yourself, Raheem; you’re going to have Congressman Devin Nunes as the keynote speaker. You’ll be speaking, I know, later today,” Ryun replied. “It’s just great where people come from all over the country, spend three days together, be able to interact with people like you and like Devin Nunes.”
“I’m really excited to introduce Congressman Nunes,” he added. “He has been the rock star on unmasking Fusion. So I’m excited to be here. He’s a rising star. Keep an eye on him. You know, the thing is, he took it on the chin this spring. They were going after him, undermining his credibility. He didn’t stop.”
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NOVEMBER 17, 2017
TV host and sports broadcaster Leeann Tweeden accused Franken of groping her while she slept during a December 2006 USO tour to entertain the U.S. military, and provided photo evidence to prove it.
“I felt violated all over again. Embarrassed. Belittled. Humiliated,” wroteTweeden. “How dare anyone grab my breasts like this and think it’s funny?”
In a separate incident, Tweeden said Franken tried to kiss her as part of a rehearsal for a skit and “aggressively stuck his tongue” in her mouth.
During an appearance on CNN’s Newsroom yesterday, Borger defended Franken by emphasizing how, “Leeann (Tweeden) did not call for him to step down or say he ought to step down.”
“He was not a member of the Congress at the time this occurred,” she added. “He was just a comedian.”
Borger went on to say that “Franken has no effect on her at this particular time in her life,” an odd statement given that Tweeden herself literally wrote yesterday, “I’m still angry at what Al Franken did to me.”
The CNN pundit then tried to deflect by demanding the focus be kept on Roy Moore and Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, over on NBC, corespondent and #MeToo supporter Kasie Hunt struck a similar tone, claiming that the infamous photo shows Franken, “not actually groping, but mock-groping her while she was asleep.”
As Chris Menahan observes, “Notice how Hunt completely ignored how Franken shoved his vomit-inducing tongue into her mouth?”
“Why did she leave that out when that was the main focus of the story? Why did she leave that out — twice — and instead only mention she was “uncomfortable” having to “rehearse” his skit?”
In another clip, Hunt again describes the incident as “mock groping,” despite the fact that Tweeden herself said Franken groped her breasts.
Hunt’s defense of Franken comes after she tweeted support for victims of sexual assault with the #MeToo hashtag just a month ago.
The reaction of both Hunt and Borger to Franken’s groping scandal again underscores the left’s rampant hypocrisy when it comes to sexual assault.
When the alleged victim is abused at the hands of a Republican, as in the case of Roy Moore, the media demands that the accuser be automatically believed.
However, in the case of a Democrat – with Bill Clinton being the biggest example – the victims are trashed and the abuse is downplayed or outright rejected altogether.
McCabe wrote in an email to FBI press officials that the Clinton email probe was being controlled by a small number of high-ranking officials at the Bureau’s headquarters in Washington DC.
“As I now know the decision was made to investigate it at HQ with a small team,” McCabe wrote in the October 23, 2016 email. “WFO [Washington field office] provided some personnel for the effort but it was referred to as a ‘special’ and I was not given any details about it.”
McCabe said he had no input into the Clinton email investigation when it began in the summer of 2015. He was assistant director of the FBI Washington office at the time.
The new emails were released on the FBI’s public records site, The Vault, on Wednesday and relate to a controversy surrounding McCabe’s wife Jill, who received hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from Clinton fundraiser and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe during her 2015 Senate run.
McCabe sent a timeline of his involvement in the Clinton email probe to FBI press officials who were fielding questions from a Wall St Journal reporter looking into whether McCabe had a conflict of interest with the Clinton case while his wife was receiving donations from McAuliffe.
Jill McCabe announced she was running for the Senate in March 2015, the same month that it emerged Clinton had been using a private email server. Andrew McCabe took over the Clinton probe in February 2016, when he became deputy director.
On Wednesday, FBI officials declined to answer questions about what McCabe meant when he described the probe as a “special,” the Hill reports.
The documents also include an October 27 letter from Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, asking McCabe to produce documents related to his wife’s campaign and the Clinton investigation, following related media reports.
The emails also include one from McCabe, forwarding a True Pundit article to FBI Director James Comey, entitled, ‘FBI Director Lobbied Against Criminal Charges For Hillary After Clinton Insider Paid His Wife $700,000.’
McCabe writes, “FYI. Heavyweight source.” However, Comey responded: “This still reads to be like someone not involved in the investigation at all, maybe somebody who heard rumors (inaccurate) about why John left” – a reference to John Giacalone, the former supervisor of the FBI’s National Security Branch whom the True Pundit article describes as the“brains and genesis” behind the Clinton investigation, and alleges he “abruptly resigned” from the probe.
“This strikes me as lower level folks who admire John (which is fine, because I do) telling yarns,” Comey added.
The latest revelation about the “special” status could see Comey further criticized for his handling of the Clinton email investigation. Comey found in July 2016 that while Clinton had been “extremely careless,” in her handling of classified information, she shouldn’t be criminally charged.
However, earlier this month it emerged that an earlier version of Comey’s statement written in May described Clinton’s actions as being “grossly negligent,” which could have seen her face felony charges. However, it was edited by officials before its release, the Hill reports. McCabe was among the three officials involved in shaping and editing the statement.
Comey has previously insisted that the investigation was carried out in an “entirely apolitical and professional way.”
By Rick Wells
Lou Dobbs opened his commentary with a little sarcasm, saying, “What a treat we had today on Capitol Hill.” He then proceeded with his critique of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ performance in his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. Dobbs notes that Sessions was harshly criticized by both Democrats and Republicans.
“Democrats,” he points out, “for his apparent failure to remember much of anything at all.” Dobbs plays what is should be an embarrassing montage of Sessions saying “I don’t recall” repeatedly in various forms.
Dobbs then plays a clip of Rep Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) making a point of the number of times Sessions’ difficulty in remembering prevented him from answering a question in various situations. Jeffries notes a comment by Sessions during a 2016 Lou Dobbs interview in which he stated that the failure to remember can constitute perjury in a discussion of Hillary Clinton.
Dobbs observes, “Now honestly, I certainly don’t believe the Attorney General in any way is committing perjury. I think he’s a nice fellow, in fact, a good man. But he is not carrying out his duties as Attorney General as anyone could reasonably expect, certainly not the President of the United States.” [VIDEO BELOW]
“It is clear each time that he testifies,” says Dobbs, “that he has forgotten just a little more, too much, in fact, of his distinguished career. He is obviously not leading or managing the Justice Department. His deputies are all too obviously leading him, or accurately, it appears from today’s testimony, misleading him.
Dobbs continues, “And in his few public appearances since he took the job, he does not look like a man who has found either joy or fulfillment in being this nation’s top law enforcement officer.”
“I would offer Sessions this counsel,” says Dobbs. “He has served the public well and now is the time to serve himself. Put aside the battles you obviously don’t relish, the fights that are so important to the nation. Don’t deny your family and your friends now, or yourself.”
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