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Well, it looks like they’ve come up with a way to try and explain away Bill Clinton’s involvement with Jeffrey Epstein.

At the same time, it looks like they’re trying to get Ghislaine Maxwell off of the hook as well.

I don’t know exactly what the trick is here, but I’m sure it probably had something to do with the Clintons getting involved to create some sort of elaborate story to make it look like there was a reason for both of them being involved with Epstein. Wait until you hear this…

So apparently, Bill Clinton was there to rescue Ghislaine Maxwell from Epstein’s clutches. At least, that’s what author Vicky Ward said on her podcast “Chasing Ghislaine”.

Ghislaine used former President Bill Clinton for her escape. Remember, Clinton’s post-presidency was an exciting, very attractive place to be. He and an entourage went on fascinating trips to Europe, to Asia, to Africa and he met with extremely interesting people. Now, records I’ve seen recently show that in 2003, Ghislaine visited the Taj Mahal with Bill Clinton and a group of around 20 others. This trip has not previously been reported. Jeffrey wasn’t on it. And that was key in cementing Ghislaine’s rise as a VIP in her own right in Clinton World, according to sources close to Bill Clinton.

Those of us with common sense know that this is a fabrication and that this wasn’t what happened at all. As it stands right now, there is a lot of evidence against Ghislaine Maxwell and to say that it was something along of lines of being forced to do this by Jeffrey Epstein is just not going to work. It doesn’t matter why it was done, the fact of the matter is that it was done. IF, and that’s a big IF, this were true, there better be some evidence that this was the case because otherwise, the jury isn’t going to buy it.

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Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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