Once you accept that a deep state exists — a permanent, un-elected power structure secretly running things from behind the scenes — the child molestation crisis becomes more understandable.
To secretly run things from behind the scenes requires an ability to control people at multiple organizations and institutions. One of the easiest ways to control people, is to have something over them that can destroy their lives and reputation, and send them off to prison for a very long time. Child molestation is one of those things.
This explains why the feds refused to prosecute Jeffrey Epstein the first time around — because he has ties to intelligence agencies, and works for the deep state. It’s also why Britain refused to prosecute Sir Peter Hayman and friends, and why the Catholic church and other institutions have refused to turn in members guilty of similar atrocities. Each of these organizations has been infiltrated with deep state operatives who are protecting those supportive of their agenda.
Acosta … cut the non-prosecution deal with one of Epstein’s attorneys because he had “been told” to back off, that Epstein was above his pay grade. “I was told Epstein ‘belonged to intelligence’ and to leave it alone,”
This also explains why we keep ending up with leaders of such questionable moral character. They are the ones ultimately supported by the powers that be — exactly because they are controllable (blackmail-able).
The current case against Epstein implicates some very powerful people, including presidents Trump and Clinton. It will be interesting to see how deep this rabbit hole goes. However this turns out, it is refreshing to see an attempt to return to lawfulness expressed in the Southern District of New York. Let’s hope this catches on.
Comments welcome. Until next time …