In what many are calling a “strange” and “disturbing” confession of sorts, the widow of Senator John McCain admits that she knew about Epstein and what he was doing, but claims she had no “legal” aspect to “go after him.”
What a very odd thing for such a powerful and highly-connected woman to admit.
This woman was married to arguably one of the most powerful U.S. Senators in the world at the time and she couldn’t figure out a way to legally go after him? Or at the very least call him out every time she was on TV?
She couldn’t find a way to write an op-ed in a major newspaper to expose a monster who was trafficking young women to the rich and powerful like plastic sex toys?
There was NOTHING someone as powerful as Cindy McCain could do?
I find that very hard to believe, don’t you?
Here’s what Cindy said:
“Epstein was hiding in plain sight. We all knew about him. We all knew what he was doing, but we had no legal aspect that would go after him.”
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Once again, she knew everything first-hand – had all that power and couldn’t think of a single thing to do to stop it?
And the kicker to all of this – Cindy makes these disgusting comments while speaking about the horror of human trafficking.
Is this really the woman you want “helping” human trafficking victims?
No. She’s actually part of the “human trafficking” problem.
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I’d say the real reason Cindy McCain and everyone elite like her stayed quiet is that they were complicit. They knew what was going on and they likely each knew 10-20 people who were participating in the perverted cabal.
So, these rich elites kept quiet because they didn’t want to rock the boat or end their “gravy train.”
That’s who our “leaders” are in D.C….rich, powerful, privileged cowards who will sit back and watch young women be raped like animals to protect their gilded world.
Cindy McCain should be ashamed of herself.
This piece was written by Missy Crane on July 10, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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