Pederast Ruling Class? Why Would Anyone Think So? — Ann Coulter has a great column that inferentially explains why those whacky conspiracy theories like Pizzagate are so easy to believe.
Ann claims that the Dec. 29 conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell on federal charges of sex trafficking minors came despite attempts by the prosecutors for the Southern District of New York to throw the case.
That’s rather subjective and hyperbolic but she also notes that FBI agents searching Jeffrey Epstein’s New York mansion found sex tapes labeled “(name of underage girl) + (name of VIP)” then lost them.
That’s not subjective hence can’t be hyperbolic.
Ms. Maxwell was the late Mr. Epstein’s assistant/partner/accomplice/whatever in the sex trafficking scheme. Some even say she was the brains behind the operation.
And given the tapes, it obviously wasn’t just about sex but blackmail and manipulation of the powerful.
And while the revelation of FBI “incompetence” is bad the media response gives it competition for what is worse.
Among traditional U.S. media outlets, only the New York Post and Miami Herald reported about the missing files, Ms. Coulter says.
She also notes that the IRS never investigated Epstein’s mysterious source of wealth.
It’s kind of weird.
“Is our ruling class trying to make us think they’re a bunch of pederasts?” she asks.
Pederast Ruling Class? Why Would Anyone Think So?