Hillary Won’t Like What Was Found Hanging on Epstein’s Wall

Disgraced billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein visited the White House 17 times during Bill Clinton’s administration.

Epstein brought over half a dozen different women to the White House between 1993 and 1995.

We have now learned what police found hanging on the wall inside Epstein’s mansion — pictures of Epstein with different women inside Bill Clinton’s White House briefing room.

Epstein was known to have ties with many celebrities and prominent political figures, including Clinton.

Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty earlier this month of recruiting and grooming teenagers for Epstein and various elite politicians and celebrities. 60-year-old Maxwell currently faces up to 70 years in prison.

The images have low resolution, but take a look:

Three of the women who visited the Clinton White House have been identified as listed as Celina Midelfart, Eva Andersson-Dubin and Francis Jardine.

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The other women named are Jennifer Garrison, Shelley Gafni, Jennifer Driver, and Lyoubov Orlova.

In light of these 17 visits to the White House as well as the number of young women accompanying Epstein, it’s been widely speculated whether or not the Clintons have any connection to Epstein and Maxwell’s sex trafficking ring and sexual abuse enterprise.

More from Western Journal:

Epstein reportedly visited twice in one day on three occasions during his visits to the Clinton White House, and visited twice when the president himself was away; once on Mar. 24, 1993, with Gafni when Clinton had already left for Texas, and the second time Epstein appeared with Andersson and Jardine on Sep. 26, 1994, at 6:30 p.m. while Clinton was attending the United Nations General Assembly in New York, the Mail reported.

Eva Andersson is now Eva Andersson-Dubin, having married hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin two months before her first White House visit in July 1994. Andersson-Dubin, who has confirmed she dated Epstein in the late 80s and early 90s, testified during Maxwell’s trial…

Now, to be honest, this log series of visits with an assortment of women may or may not tell us anything new about Epstein and Clinton — both, as it happens, notorious playboys and accused sexual predators.

It has previously been reported both that Epstein visited the White House and Clinton flew aboard the accused sexual predator’s private jet.

Epstein, who allegedly hung himself in his Manhattan jail cell in 2019, has long been said to have kept a lot of dirt on the wealthy, powerful people he roped into his sick underage sex schemes, and it does not appear that his death has stopped the eventuality that, sooner or later, some very damning dirt might come out.

Maxwell is awaiting sentencing for the role she played procuring Epstein’s young victims, according to the testimony of four women who recounted the abuse and manipulation they suffered, and her legal team has now dropped an effort to keep the identities of eight “John Does” named in a previously settled lawsuit hidden.

The names of these men could soon be revealed as part of Giuffre’s lawsuit.