Amy Robach isn’t some random lady who goes on television from time to time. She is the co-anchor of ABC’s news program 20/20, and regularly breaks news for Good Morning America.
Now, she may have to look over her shoulder a bit more often.
That’s because she has dared to admit that her bosses at ABC told her to kill the Jeffrey Epstein story YEARS ago. Yes, WAY before his name was mentioned outside of conspiracy circles, ABC News was digging into the most powerful pedophile in the world.
All that stopped once the trail of sin led back to the Palace on the other side of the pond.
In a newly released video, Robach explains that ABC had information on Epstein that, if broadcasted, would be a black eye for a family most already assumed had an incestuous past. You know, since Prince Andrew was seen palling around with Epstein and a bunch of MUCH younger girls…
Yes, Epstein’s connections to the Royal Family were known years ago, but ABC didn’t think that was newsworthy at the time. Especially because the network was hoping to be able to interview William and Kate.
Robach says that the Palace “threatened us a million different ways” to squash the story, and ultimately ABC did just that, much to the anger of Robach. Now, she’s angry that all her network’s information from years earlier is being confirmed today.
“We were so afraid we weren’t going to be able to interview Kate and Will,” she scoffed. “That also quashed the story.”
“Virginia Roberts told me everything,” Robach said about the woman with information on Epstein. “She had pictures. She had everything.”
“She was in hiding for 12 years. We convinced her to come out.”
Then, ABC pulled the plug.
“It was unbelievable what we had,” Robach goes on. “Clinton. We had Everything.”
Robach says that she gets “pissed off” watching Epstein coverage, because her network had this information a long time ago, and decided to do nothing with it.
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 5, 2019
This is just the tip of the iceberg. Epstein’s story has been kept out of the news intentionally for years now, and we want to know why.