The Corruptibility of the Rich & Famous

The Southern District of New York is always front and center on the stage of justice and investigations of corruption. Because of the magnet of power and money, many happenings in the United States have tentacles that reach into the Empire State.

Let’s look at the case of Jeffrey Epstein, an American financier and philanthropist. In 2008, Epstein was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution and served 13 months in “custody with work release,” which meant he could spend more than half each day outside of prison. Some said the billionaire bought his way out of an appropriate jail sentence, and there’s convincing evidence that Epstein’s illicit activities involved far more than one teenage girl.

Even though Epstein pleaded guilty to a single state charge of soliciting prostitution from girls as young as 14, he was sentenced to only 18 months in prison. Instead of being sent to state prison like most sex offenders convicted in Florida, Epstein was housed in a private wing of the Palm Beach County stockade. He served 13 months before being released for a year of probation. While on probation, he was allowed numerous trips on his corporate jet to his homes in Manhattan and the U.S. Virgin Islands. At release, he was registered in New York State as a level three sex offender, a lifelong classification for an individual having a high risk of re-offense.

Now here’s where it gets political and suspicious. Epstein, allegedly a good friend of Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, was a big contributor to political campaigns, and some see a pattern of judicial abuse in this matter. A California woman filed a federal lawsuit against Epstein and Trump in April 2016, alleging the men sexually assaulted her at a series of parties at Epstein’s Manhattan home in 1994 when she was 13 years of age. The suit was dismissed by a federal judge in May 2016 because it didn’t raise valid claims under federal law.

The same woman filed a federal suit in New York in June 2016, but it was withdrawn three months later, apparently without being served on the defendants. A third federal suit was filed in New York in September 2016 and the plaintiff, who filed anonymously as Jane Doe, was scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles press conference six days before the 2016 election. That event was abruptly canceled with Doe’s lawyer, Lisa Bloom, asserting the woman had received threats and the suit was dropped on November 4, 2016. Trump attorney, Alan Garten, flatly denied the allegations while Epstein declined to comment. What exactly was Donald Trump’s role in this mess? Could this be the case that Michael Cohen alluded to when he warned that the Southern District will be a major risk for Trump?

Epstein was physically arrested again Saturday night (July 6, 2019) as he disembarked his private jet after flying back into the US from Europe. The charge he faces is sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York. This has serious implications for the President of the United States, since the case involves a Federal crime and Trump would have to testify in person. Should it be found that Donald Trump knew about the crimes leading to these charges and did nothing, he would, in sense, be an accomplice. Trump could be listed as an unindicted co-conspirator.

Also, of note here, according to the Miami Herald, “Miami’s top federal prosecutor, Alexander Acosta, had a breakfast appointment with a former colleague, Washington, D.C., attorney Jay Lefkowitz. It was an unusual meeting for the then-38-year-old prosecutor, a rising Republican star who had served in several White House posts before being named U.S. attorney in Miami by President George W. Bush. Instead of meeting at the prosecutor’s Miami headquarters, the two men — both with professional roots in the prestigious Washington law firm of Kirkland & Ellis — convened at the Marriott in West Palm Beach, about 70 miles away. For Lefkowitz, 44, a U.S. special envoy to North Korea and corporate lawyer, the meeting was critical.” Most experts believe this was the meeting where Lefkowitz and Acosta “colluded” to give Epstein what could only be called a pass on his criminal atrocities.

Then there’s this. Alexander Acosta was appointed by President Trump as the United States Secretary of Labor. Could this be a case of Trump buying Acosta’s silence and loyalty by giving him such an important political appointment? In February 2019, the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility notified Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse that it had opened an investigation into Epstein’s prosecution. Congress may have confirmed Acosta, but they are now having buyers’ remorse. Even Republicans.

The speculation today is that prosecutors of the Southern District of New York may have new evidence of conspiracy of sex trafficking and Mann Act malfeasance. This is the federal law that makes it a felony to engage in interstate or foreign commerce transport of “any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose. If underage girls were transported over state lines, Mr. Epstein could get ten years for each count. If the prosecutors pile on kidnapping charges, he will sit in jail for the rest of his life.

If the case moves forward, it could pull in other high-profile people. During the divorce of the UK’s Prince Andrew from Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, Epstein paid off some of the Duchess’ debts. There is speculation that there may be considerably more to the prince’s involvement with Epstein. Another Epstein friend, former President Bill Clinton, who lied about his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinski and has a reputation of sexual indiscretions, might know something more about Epstein’s girls and the activities of his buddy.

This brings us to Trump. According to USA Today, the President and Epstein socialized before the 2016 election at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort. In a New York Magazine profile, Tim O’Brien quoted the Donald, “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.” Now Trump uses the word “terrific” a lot, even referencing people like Putin and Kim Jong-Un, so you must take that with a grain of salt. Regardless, it sure sounds creepy knowing what we know now.

The Jeffrey Epstein case may disclose a colossal coverup by the Justice Department, which could prove to be a giant test for the current AG, William Barr, to stay out of the way of the SDNY. It’s also likely this case will have a major effect on Alexander Acosta’s life in the administration.

But what it might expose on the national stage, is the lack of moral fiber in Donald Trump’s body. If the evangelicals don’t see the real Trump after this case is laid out, then they will never be able to see the difference between God and the Devil. The Devil seems to be winning, and he just might be a player in the Trump Administration.


Gold, God, Guns & Goofballs shows how we’ve wasted our GOLD on bad wars and corruption. While GOD is there for many people as a spiritual enrichment and the provider of glowing feelings, the truth is just praying and believing will not change our major arc. We don’t determine who gets a GUN. We aren’t sure if we have paramilitary groups ready to storm the White House or a White Castle. There is no control of weapons. The GOOFBALLS with the power constantly try to manipulate us into spending more money on bombs and tanks and wars. When all of our institutions are infected with neglect and fall in disrepair, we will only have ourselves to blame. This book is not an antidote for the left or right, it’s an accelerant to move the middle off their collective asses to go do something positive for America.

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