Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, who is vying for the Republican nomination for president in 2024, has boldly pledged to reveal Jeffrey Epstein’s “client list” if he is elected. Ramaswamy is a candidate for the Republican nomination. Friday, Ramaswamy took to Twitter to voice his demand in response to the news that Deutsche Bank had reached a $75 million settlement with Epstein’s alleged sexual abuse victims. The victims had lodged a lawsuit against Deutsche Bank.
Friday, Ramaswamy posted a message on Twitter in response to a news article about Deutsche Bank’s agreement to pay $75 million to resolve a lawsuit filed by alleged victims of Epstein’s sexual abuse. “Jeffrey Epstein didn’t act alone. Where’s the client list?”
“Release it now. I’ll do it as President,” he added.
This promise was made by Ramaswamy at a time when there has been a recent increase in public interest in the identities of individuals connected to Epstein, a well-connected oligarch and convicted sexual offender. Epstein was charged with numerous counts of child sex trafficking prior to his death in a Manhattan prison cell in 2019, which was later determined to have been a suicide by hanging. It was widely known that he moved in high-society circles and maintained relationships with a large number of notable individuals.
The class-action lawsuit brought against Deutsche Bank by two unidentified women who accused the bank of aiding Epstein’s trafficking activities was recently settled by the payment of a $75 million settlement by the bank. The women alleged that the bank intentionally profited from its involvement with Epstein’s sex-trafficking organization, impeded the enforcement of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, and failed to prevent physical injury through negligence.
In addition, the women claimed that the bank obstructed the implementation of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act and neglected to prevent physical injury.
Recent articles in The Wall Street Journal have disclosed additional well-known individuals with ties to Epstein. These individuals were included in Epstein’s private itinerary, despite their absence from his renowned black book and flight records. According to Epstein’s agenda from September 8, 2014, he was slated to meet with Bill Gates, Leon Black, Thomas Pritzker, and Mortimer Zuckerman.
According to additional Journal records, Epstein, CIA Director William Burns, and former MIT Professor Noam Chomsky have had contact.
The revelation of Epstein’s private calendar strengthens the notion that he was a spy or agent who gathered “blackmail material” on the world’s most influential individuals. It is unknown why Epstein conferred with the CIA Director or the former White House attorney.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the meetings occurred after Epstein served time in prison for a sexual offense involving a minor in 2008.
A recent article from The New York Times asserts that Peter Thiel met with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein “several” times in 2014. CONTINUE READING…