GOP Senator Subpoenas Jeffery Epstein’s Flight Logs


Senator Marsha Blackburn announced during a Senate meeting that she has issued a subpoena for Jeffery Epstein’s flight logs.

It is known that Jeffery Epstein engaged in human trafficking and we know that many wealthy elites were involved with the sadistic man.

What we don’t know is who exactly visited Epstein’s Little St. James island.

We may finally have the answers we deserve.

The Post Millennial shares more on the story:

“Since we’re in the business of issuing subpoenas now, here are a few more I’ve filed,” Blackburn said. “A subpoena to Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to provide the flight logs for his private plane.”

“Given the numerous allegations of human trafficking and sexual abuse surrounding Mr. Epstein,” she added, “I think it is very important that we identify everybody that was on that plane, and how many trips they took on that plane, and the destinations to which they arrived.”

Earlier this year during the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s flight logs were made public, however those records only covered between 1995 and 2013.

In the years since Epstein didn’t kill himself at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in 2019, there has been an increased attempt to determine who was on the plane with him.

It is no surprise that the elites have covered up this for so long.

Once the sadistic activities that they engaged in come out, the floodgates will open.

Kyle Becker has a great post on Epstein:

The Federalist shares more on the story:

Democrats’ quest to undermine the Supreme Court slowed on Thursday when the Senate Judiciary Committee tabled a vote to subpoena private citizens Harlan Crow and Leonard Leo over their friendships with Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito.

Chairman Dick Durbin said he backed off the vote because the committee “ran out of time” to evaluate an avalanche of amendments that he said Democrats did not know about until the night before the committee meeting.

Ranking Member Lindsey Graham, after calling the conduct of the Democrat-led committee “a complete sh-t show,” warned Durbin that Republicans filed “a bunch of amendments” to hamper Democrats’ intimidation campaign.

The 88 amendments aim to redirect the committee’s focus from executing Democrats’ public vendetta against Republican-nominated justices, which Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer promised in 2020, to legitimate oversight that is currently blocked by the Senate’s Democrat majority.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn confirmed to the committee that she filed several of the amendments including one to subpoena Justice Sotomayor’s staff over her book-selling scandal.

Blackburn noted that “since we’re in the business of issuing subpoenas,” Republicans like her plan to subpoena Jeffrey Epstein’s estate over his flight logs, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra to explain how he lost track of 85,000 migrant children, the Department of Justice over its decision to terminate a program aimed at rooting out Chinese spies in the U.S., Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s staff over his targeting of former President Donald Trump, and the DOJ and Federal Trade Commission over their investigation of Elon Musk.


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