Within the past two years, government leaks have become much more common.
Several weeks ago, the nation was made privy to the leak of a Supreme Court draft concerning Roe v. Wade and its overturn. This prompted mass conversations, protests, and a series of other responses.
Since 2020, various emails of chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci have been leaked as well. These leaks implicated Fauci in having a hand in gain-of-function research and other questionable deeds.
However, one thing that’s never been leaked is the client list of human traffickers Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. This is something that Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently brought attention to.
The Infamous Client List
On Saturday, Musk tweeted out a meme that cited the Epstein/Maxwell client list as something that he’d never see.
Epstein and his right-hand woman, Ghislaine Maxwell, spent over one decade trafficking underage girls and young women. Yet, in spite of this, the public has yet to get a list of all the clients that both human traffickers sold girls and women to.
Naturally, this has caused some questions among the general public. Musk, asked why there hasn’t been pressure from the media for the Justice Department to reveal the clients of Epstein and Maxwell.
The concealment of the Epstein/Maxwell client list is especially distinctive since Maxwell was convicted of human trafficking earlier this year. During Maxwell’s trial, cameras and reporters were also conveniently kept out of the courtroom as well.
Over the weekend, the questions posed by Elon Musk got a lot of people talking on social media.
Some folks suggested the Justice Department has a calculated reason for not leaking the client list; the same was also said about mainstream media members who have not called for the release of people who “purchased” underage girls and women from Epstein and Maxwell.
In any event, there has been no word from the Justice Department, the White House or media officials about the Epstein/Maxwell client list. However, the White House did recently make a point of attacking Musk for pointing out the dire condition of the current economy.
Inquiring minds across America are left wondering if the client list of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell will ever be revealed.