Now that Ghislaine Maxwell is a bonified sex offender, she tried to do a little name-dropping in hopes of reducing her time behind bars.
But I’m not sure dropping “Bill Clinton” makes her look like the model citizen she pretends to be.
Maxwell will be sentenced June 28 after her conviction for being Jeffrey Epstein’s accomplice. (In case you’ve been under a rock, or living on Mars, Epstein is only one of the worst sex offenders to ever walk our land. With his very own island for the rich and powerful to come and abuse little girls. Talk about DISGUSTING!)
Maxwell spent her days “curating” the goods. Or in other words, picking out the vulnerable young girls to hand deliver to hell. But according to Maxwell, her help with the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) proves she desired to “do good in the world”.
Conservative Brief explains:
In her 77-page filing, she talked about the “history of philanthropy, charitable work, and helping others namely her work with the Clinton Global Initiative.”
“Ms. Maxwell has always worked hard. Her many educational, occupational, and avocational accomplishments include becoming an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), a helicopter pilot, a submersible pilot, a banker; partnering with the Cleveland Clinic to establish a telemedicine platform to enable people in remote areas to obtain quality medical treatment; helping develop the Clinton Global Initiative; supporting a variety non-profit and charitable organizations,” her attorney said.
In another part of the document, it says that Maxwell is not an ‘heiress, villain, or vapid socialite’. She has energy, drive, commitment, a strong work ethic, and a desire to do good in the world. She has supported friends and family through tough times and personal crisis and currently is assisting women in her unit at the MDC,” her attorney said. “And she has endeavored to contribute to society….(by) helping launch the Clinton Global Initiative.”
If you ask me, that paints the entire Clinton Global Initiative in a whole new light. We already know Epstein claimed to help launch CGI. The former Rapist in Chief flew on Epstein’s private jet, Lolita Express, countless times. For all we know, the CGI is another cover for sex-trafficking women and children.
Follow the Photos
Plenty of photos circulating capture the facts. There is a photo of Maxwell and Clinton standing on the steps of the jet, looking like two of the happiest people on earth. I’m guessing Bill’s smile was a combination of leaving his old lady behind and the promise of some young Barbie doll waiting to be played with.
Other photos of Epstein, Clinton, and Maxwell prove the friendship dates back to the mid-90s, at least. Of course, we all know Bill Clinton denies any wrong-doing. He especially denies visiting Epstein’s island. But I don’t take his denials very seriously. Because Clinton also denies raping Juanita Broaddrick, and her story is quite credible. In fact, Broaddrick’s story has remained the same for 44 years now.
Of course, Hillary Clinton once said, “all women should be believed,” but quickly back-tracked when asked if that included Broaddrick and the other women who accused her husband of rape. Talk about hypocrisy! But I digress.
Maxwell wants her connection to the Clintons to gain favor with the courts.
Why? Maybe because they clearly evade justice time after time. There are groups dedicated to seeing the Clintons in prison. Yet, they jump in a septic tank and come out smelling like a rose.
As for Maxwell, she’s afraid she will be shot in prison, and she thinks that’s enough to give her a get-out-of-jail-free card.
Conservative Brief continues:
“The treatment imposed on Ms. Maxwell was unnecessarily and intentionally degrading and threatening,” her attorney said.
“While in isolation, a high-ranking prison guard told Ms. Maxwell that there was concern that she would be shot by a sniper. Putting aside the reason and propriety of dispensing this alarming information, the diminution of security concerns resulting in her transfer to the general population appears correlated to Ms. Maxwell having been sufficiently safeguarded to fill Epstein’s empty seat,” the attorney said.
In April, U.S. District Judge Alison J. Nathan upheld Maxwell’s conviction even after juror Scotty David was found to have misrepresented himself during pre-trial jury selection.
Maxwell pinned her hopes on using David to get a new trial.
Luckily, the judge didn’t fall for it. Why should the taxpayers foot the bill to try her again? Guilty is guilty, and Ghislaine is definitely GUILTY.
David’s failure to disclose to the court the fact that he was sexually abused as a child was “highly unfortunate,” Nathan ruled, but it was clearly not “deliberate,” the BBC reported.
“His failure to disclose his prior sexual abuse during the jury selection process was highly unfortunate, but not deliberate. The court further concludes that juror 50 harbored no bias toward the defendant and could serve as a fair and impartial juror,” the judge said, according to the report.
David’s questionnaire answer became an issue after Maxwell’s attorneys noticed that his answer didn’t jibe with his public rhetoric.
In an early January interview with several British news outlets, David “described a moment during the deliberations when he told fellow jurors in Maxwell’s trial that, like some of the victims of the late financier Epstein, he had been sexually abused as a child,” as noted by the AP.
“I know what happened when I was sexually abused. I remember the color of the carpet, the walls. Some of it can be replayed like a video. But I can’t remember all the details, there are some things that run together,” he said in the interview, providing a description of what he told the jury.
In addition, he said that he had also “convinced other jurors that a victim’s imperfect memory of sexual abuse doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.”
Personally, I think if it’s a jury of your peers, then some of them should have gone through abuse.
Pick twelve random friends or co-workers and survey them. I guarantee more than one will say they encountered sexual abuse growing up. It’s tragic, but also the truth. Thus, it’s no reason to disallow a juror. She should be judged by her true peers. Ghislaine made her bed. Now she must sleep in it. No matter how scary it may be.