Don't let the fact that these are all garbage sources fool you; it's extremely well-documented that Clinton flew with Mr. Epstein on his private plane 26 times, ditching his Secret Service detail at least five of those times. And yes, that first source is the Washington Times, a right-leaning publication. But the story was broke by Gawker, and they've published the flight logs so you can verify everything for yourself.
Epstein was convicted of soliciting sex from a minor in 2008, and he'd likely have been convicted of a hell of a lot more if he wasn't a billionaire represented by Alan Dershowitz, who helped get O.J. Simpson off in 1995. (As Archer would say, "PHRASING!") Dershowitz is the lawyer rich dudes hire when they need to be declared "not guilty" of a crime they super committed.
"To preemptively answer your question, I sleep on a pile of money as tall as the sky."
Both Donald Trump and former President Clinton have spent a huge amount of time at parties in Epstein's home, and on his private jet, during the time period when Epstein is suspected of running a massive sex trafficking ring to help his rich and famous friends get their rocks off, often with underage victims. Here's how former Assistant Attorney General Alex Acosta explained why Epstein was only convicted for the one crime, rather than the dozens (hundreds?) he's suspected of:
"Our judgment in this case, based on the evidence known at the time, was that it was better to have a billionaire serve time in jail, register as a sex offender and pay his victims restitution than risk a trial with a reduced likelihood of success."
If you're a Democrat, and a fan of our balloon-loving 42nd president, you've probably ignored most of the claims about his sexual improprieties. But if you think the allegations against Mr. Trump have merit, it's pretty hard to argue that Clinton's friendship with Epstein doesn't look as shady as a goddamn peach orchard. And if you still think ol' Slick Willy is morally in the clear, watch this interview with Juanita Broaddrick. It sure as hell doesn't seem like she's lying.
If she is, she deserves a fucking Oscar.
And, as Buzzfeed points out in this profile piece, Juanita's story has been consistent for decades. She hasn't sought fame or book deals, just to be believed. And while she's never filed any charges against Bill, years and years of media coverage haven't poked any holes in her story either. And remember, former President Clinton paid $850,000 to settle a sexual harassment case brought against him by Paula Jones. Plus, y'know, the whole "slept with a 22-year-old intern while President" thing.