The latest move in favor of Epstein’s inner circle comes as his close friend, businessman Bill Gates, moves to invest billions in coronavirus vaccines…
On today’s edition of “Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This?” a federal appeals court has ruled that the famous non-prosecution agreement signed by Jeffrey Epstein did not violate the rights of his victims—even though they were never given their day in court, and were never notified about the existence of the plea deal.
While the Epstein saga may feel like it took place in another lifetime, given everything that is going on right now, it is still incredibly important. Because Epstein’s agreement didn’t just protect him—it also protected everyone in his inner circle.
Over the last few months, reports have revealed the details of one of the influential member of Epstein’s inner circle—Microsoft founder, Bill Gates. There were numerous visits to Epstein’s Manhattan mansion where the two were pictured together in 2011. And Gates’ name was on the flight log from Epstein’s infamous private jet, The Lolita Express, in 2013.
After meeting Epstein, Gates was quoted as telling one of his colleagues, “His lifestyle is very different and kind of intriguing although it would not work for me.“
While Gates has since denied having any ties to Epstein, it should be noted that the visits were documented after Epstein was forced to register as a sex offender and after dozens of underage girls accused him of forcing them to be part of a worldwide sex trafficking ring.
Given the information that was public about Epstein, it raises serious questions about why Gates would have multiple one-on-one meetings with the convicted pedophile—unless, of course, he saw Epstein as a man who had connections that were so powerful, it saved him from spending the rest of his life in prison, and he wanted access to those connections.
Meanwhile, as one of the richest men in the world, who has spent years warning about the danger of a pandemic and advocating for vaccines, Gates is pledging to spend billions in the search for a coronavirus vaccine.
Such an investment is likely to lead to a massive pay-off, as the Trump Administration sets the stage to mandate a COVID vaccine, in order to allow Americans to travel again, or even to return to daily life—despite ongoing concerns surrounding how such a move would impact civil liberties.
While the details of the relationship between Gates and Epstein will likely remain private, they were notable now, as Gates thrusts himself into the spotlight in an effort to find a vaccine to combat the coronavirus.
It ultimately highlights the important of holding those in power accountable for their actions, because if there is anything history has taught us, it is that powerful people tend to protect powerful people—and that is something everyone should be talking about.