Expect Elon Musk to dominate the news cycle for years to come. He has all the markings of a cultural icon.
Musk is a really interesting guy. A little quirky, incredibly intelligent, very outspoken, and clearly the most successful guy on the planet. All of which makes him the target of publicity, whether it be positive or negative. And Musk’s public reactions are priceless.
Musk’s latest reactions came as a judge ruled that Ghislaine Maxwell will NOT receive a new trial. But on the flip-side, he consolidated three conspiracy charges into one so that she will only be sentenced for one of them.
“This legal conclusion in no way calls into question the factual findings made by the jury. Rather, it underscores that the jury unanimously found — three times over — that the Defendant is guilty of conspiring with Epstein to entice, transport, and traffic underage girls for sexual abuse,” Judge Alison Nathan noted.
Maxwell will be allowed to shave about 10 years off her sentence, but she’s still expected to get 40 years (which is obviously a life sentence at her age). Which leads me to our next point of contention.
What happens to Epstein’s known associates and friends?
Epstein hung out with the rich and powerful. Like Bill Clinton. And Bill Gates. In fact, Gates recently addressed his meetings with Epstein. It was a pansy excuse, as expected.
Conservative Brief elaborates:
“At the time, I didn’t realize that by having those meetings it would be seen as giving him credibility. You’re almost saying, ‘I forgive that type of behavior,’ or something. So clearly the way it’s seen, I made a huge mistake not understanding that,” Microsoft founder and CEO Bill Gates said recently.
His ex-wife, however, did not buy that excuse, talking to CBS’ Gayle King some weeks ago about their divorce: “It was many things. But I did not like that he’d had meetings with Jeffrey Epstein. I made that clear to him.”
She went on to say she met Epstein “exactly one time because I wanted to see who this man was. And I regretted it from the second I stepped in the door. He was abhorrent. He was evil personified.
“I had nightmares about it afterward. So my heart breaks for these young women.”
But don’t feel too sorry for Melinda Gates.
At no time did she take action to shut Epstein down. It’s not like Mrs. Gates was some poor, meek little housewife, afraid to get her husband in trouble. She’s consistently ranked one of the world’s most powerful women. Just one phone call to the authorities could’ve saved countless girls from their tortured hell at the hands of Epstein. But Gates did nothing more than calculate her divorce settlement. For that, Gates is complicit in these abominable crimes.
That brings me to my final point of contention.
Where are the CHARGES?
Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell ran a complicated sex trafficking ring. Epstein’s dead. Maxwell was found guilty. But what about the others? Many more people were involved in this. Where is their punishment?
The Biden Administration opened an investigation into Musk’s financials and his disclosures of acquiring Twitter stock. They’ll chase the money because they’re afraid of Musk equalizing the platform. Yet, when it comes to countless women AND CHILDREN who were raped, sodomized, and otherwise tormented, well, that’s no big deal. As leftists put it, “let sleeping dogs lie.”
But Musk is fighting back. There are no sleeping dogs around this guy.
The article continues:
A Twitter user asked Musk recently: “It says it all that we heard more about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock than we heard about Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial. It is also ‘interesting’ that the account tracking the Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial got banned when it gained traction.”
The Tesla and SpaceX founder responded: “Where is their ‘client’ list? Shouldn’t at least one of them go down?”
Oh, and he threw in a little Biden opinion too.
Biden’s mistake is that he thinks he was elected to transform the country, but actually everyone just wanted less drama
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 12, 2022