Earlier this month, Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) announced that she had submitted a subpoena to compel the release of flight logs associated with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein was widely known for his connections to prominent individuals involved in human trafficking and sexual abuse.
Blackburn has set her sights on obtaining the private flight records of the deceased Jeffrey Epstein.
“Since we’re now in the business of issuing subpoenas, here are a few more. I’ve filed a subpoena to Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to provide the flight logs for his private plane,” Blackburn declared.
“Given the numerous allegations of human trafficking and sexual abuse surrounding Mr. Epstein, I believe it is crucial that we identify everyone who was on that plane, how many trips they took, and the destinations to which they arrived,” she added.
On Thursday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin (D-IL) denied Senator Blackburn’s request to release the flight logs related to the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and to subpoena Justice Sotomayor’s staff.
“This is a sad day in the history of the prestigious Judiciary Committee and further underscores the Left’s two tiers of justice crusade,” Senator Blackburn said in a statement.
“Senate Democrats have long been trying to undermine the Supreme Court and Justice Clarence Thomas, but want to ignore Justice Sotomayor allegedly using her taxpayer-funded staff to coordinate speaking engagements in exchange for selling and promoting thousands of her books. They also don’t want to have a conversation about the estate of Jeffrey Epstein to find out the names of every person who participated in Jeffrey Epstein’s human trafficking ring,” she added.
Liz Crokin, a columnist recognized for her articles on “Pizzagate,” implying the involvement of high-profile individuals in a child trafficking ring, wrote on X:
“There are members of Congress who rape children. Some are involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring, while others are blackmailed or compromised in other ways.”
“There should be an investigation into any member of Congress blocking the request to subpoena Epstein’s flight logs,” she added.
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