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The Mystery of Jeffrey Epstein & Ghislaine Maxwell Explained

Actually There's No Mystery What They Were Doing For Decades

Are you still wondering what Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were really doing? That’s really no surprise because the corporate media has inundated us with headlines about the “mystery” of their activities. We’ve been told countless times that Epstein’s ultimate secrets died with him, and that the public will “never know” what was “really going on.” You’ve been groomed, essentially, to believe that figuring out Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell is akin to unraveling the secrets of King Tut’s tomb or discovering the lost city of Atlantis.

If you’ve fallen for this misdirection, don’t despair. The truth has always been hiding in plain sight. There’s actually no mystery. It’s not very hard to figure out. It’s just the case that our corrupt elites in government and media are very interested in obscuring the truth. Allow me to explain it with four clues that still “stick out” through all the smoke and mirrors.

Clue #1

Let’s start with the most obvious clue. In the midst of a global manhunt for Ghislaine Maxwell in the fall of 2019, a picture surfaces of the socialite sitting at a burger joint in Los Angeles reading The Book of HonorThe Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives. Does that sound like the kind of light reading that a globe-trotting British socialite normally indulges in? Why would Ghislaine Maxwell show her face in public when she knew that an international manhunt was underway to locate her — and that she was evading that search? Do you think that perhaps the picture was staged and that Ghislaine Maxwell was trying to send a signal to the American authorities by circulating this photograph in the press? Because that’s exactly what she did.

The description of The Book of Honor is another clue: “In the entrance of the CIA headquarters looms a huge marble wall into which seventy-one stars are carved-each representing an agent who has died in the line of duty. Official CIA records only name thirty-five of them, however. Undeterred by claims that revealing the identities of these “nameless stars” might compromise national security, Ted Gup sorted through thousands of documents and interviewed over 400 CIA officers in his attempt to bring their long-hidden stories to light. The result of this extraordinary work of investigation is a surprising glimpse at the real lives of secret agents, and an unprecedented history of the most compelling—and controversial—department of the US government.”

Why was the book’s title mentioned at all in the photographs that Ghislaine Maxwell’s attorneys planted in the press?

Is the mystery beginning to lift for you?

Clue #2

The corporate media suddenly discovered their interest in Jeffrey Epstein during the Trump Administration because Trump’s Labor Secretary Alex Acosta was the former U.S. attorney for Southern Florida who struck a secret deal in 2008 with Epstein’s attorneys so that the sex trafficker would plead guilty to low level charges and serve only 13 months in the Palm Beach County jail.

Acosta held a press conference to defend himself on July 10th, 2019. At one point, he was asked by a reporter: “Were you ever made aware at any point in your handling of the case that Jeffrey Epstein was an intelligence asset of some sort?”

Acosta’s response was a classic example of a non-denial wrapped in a procedural excuse: “So, there has been reporting to that effect. And let me say, there’s been reporting to a lot of effects in this case. Not just now but over the years. And again, I would, I would hesitate to take this reporting as fact. This was a case that was brought by our office. This was a case that was brought based on the facts. And I look at the reporting and others. I can’t address it directly because of our guidelines.”

I can’t address it directly because of our guidelines.

The full video of the press conference is here (go to minute 54:00).

Are you still having trouble figuring out this mystery?

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