As reported in a story released on Sunday, Jeffrey Epstein’s recently disclosed private calendar included planned interactions with the present director of the CIA, the president of a college, and a lawyer who worked for the Obama administration.
Calendar Ties Democrats to Epstein
Recent records belonging to the wealthy convicted pedophile revealed conversations with a number of notable people, such as professor Noam Chomsky, Bard College president Leon Botstein, Obama White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler, and current CIA director William Burns.
All of these encounters were planned to occur after Epstein was imprisoned in 2008 on solicitation-related charges, including enticing a child.
The objective of the meetings was not made clear in the documents. WSJ was unable to demonstrate that each scheduled get-together really did take place.
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Burns, who has been in charge of the CIA since 2021, talked with Epstein ten years ago while he was attempting to resign from the government, according to a spokesperson for Burns.
In a statement to Fox News Digital, CIA spokesperson Tammy Kupperman Thorp stated that Director Burns remembers becoming acquainted through a mutual acquaintance in Washington, DC.
He then interacted with Epstein momentarily in New York City, approximately ten years ago as the director was getting ready to leave government service.
🚨BREAKING: Epstein’s Private Calendar Includes CIA Chief, Obama's White House counsel And Other Prominent Names
New never-seen documents obtained by the WSJ reveal more meetings with Epstein. Here's the notable names:
– Kathryn Ruemmler, a White House counsel under President… pic.twitter.com/FM0SQ6lLDO
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According to Thorp, the director knew nothing about Epstein beyond the fact that he had been introduced as an accounting and financial services industry specialist and gave generic guidance on moving to the private sector.
The director doesn’t remember making any more contact or getting transportation to the airport. They were not related either.
A Scary Development
After serving in the Obama administration and prior to taking over as Goldman Sachs’ top attorney in 2020, Ruemmler reportedly had numerous scheduled encounters with Epstein.
According to the records, Epstein intended for Ruemmler to travel with him to Paris in 2015 and to stay on his private island in the Caribbean once again in 2017.This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.