Media Titans Had Dinner At Epstein’s House AFTER He Was A Convicted Pedophile

Are you tired of Epstein coverage yet? Well, too bad.

This is what happens when the rich and powerful are exposed. The people start fighting back. Spreading the truth is how we are able to wage war against these people hellbent on keeping secrets in the dark.

A friend of mine recently said “only pedophiles defend other pedophiles,” which leads me to believe that ABC, Disney, the Royal Family, and a host of other powerful entities are engaged in a coverup of epic proportions.

Here’s an excerpt from a piece published by the Daily Beast in 2011:

On the evening of December 2nd, 2010, a handful of America’s media and entertainment elite—including TV anchors Katie Couric and George Stephanopoulos, comedienne Chelsea Handler, and director Woody Allen—convened around the dinner table of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. It wasn’t just any dining room, but part of a sprawling nine-story townhouse that once housed an entire preparatory school. And it wasn’t just any sex offender, but an enigmatic billionaire who had once flown the likes of former President Bill Clinton and former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak around the world on his own Boeing 727. Last spring, Epstein completed a 13-month sentence for soliciting prostitution from a minor in Palm Beach. Now he was hosting a party for his close friend, Britain’s Prince Andrew, fourth in line to the throne.

When a photo later surfaced of the two men walking in Central Park that weekend, the British press seized on the story, spinning out weeks of headlines about the 16-year relationship between Epstein and Andrew, with salacious details of underage “masseuses” and even a cozy weekend in Balmoral. Members of parliament began calling for Prince Andrew’s resignation as Britain’s trade envoy, and when another photo surfaced of Andrew and a 17-year-old concubine Epstein had allegedly “loaned” him splashed across the London tabs, even Britain’s business secretary wouldn’t confirm the royal could keep his role. But the uproar over “The Prince and The Perv”—as the British headlines screamed—mysteriously drowned in the Mid-Atlantic. New Yorkers barely batted an eye about the scandal-mongering across the pond. “A jail sentence doesn’t matter anymore,” says David Patrick Columbia, founder of New York Social Diary. “The only thing that gets you shunned in New York society is poverty.”

Those aren’t just random names. George Stephanopolous is a prominent figure at ABC, and former campaign advisor to Bill Clinton. Katie Couric has been an anchor on seemingly every major news network. Woody Allen married his ex-wife’s adopted daughter, so him being there wasn’t out of place… Chelsea Handler seems to be in good company as well.

The point is, these people were rubbing shoulders with JEFFREY FREAKIN’ EPSTEIN. They didn’t just go to a party, and he happened to be there. They went to HIS party, that HE invited them to. Because they are friends.

Friends don’t turn friends in. Especially when those friends are super rich, and well connected. These people know what happens when truth comes to light. They end up with two in the back of the head, or “committing suicide”.

“Back then Epstein was mid-makeover. He had monarchy in-house and famous faces at his table. Former Bear Stearns CEO James Cayne had just endorsed Epstein on his science foundation’s website (which has been since removed). It seemed Epstein had joined the ranks of former President Clinton, director Roman Polanski, and former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, whose sex scandals faded in comparison with their celebrity. The conventional wisdom among his friends was that Epstein has been victimized by greedy, morally dubious teenage girls and unscrupulous lawyers. “I’ve never condoned paying for sex, but if the young lady lied about her age it’s her own fault,” explained one socialite, who along with hedge-fund manager Wilbur Ross and real-estate magnate Leon Black hobnobbed with Epstein at a Southampton movie screening just two months after his release from “community control” in Florida.”

ABC didn’t air the interview because of “standards”. Disney didn’t make this go away because it wasn’t “believable”. The people high up at the network are friends with the guy. They hung out, and ate dinner together. They weren’t about to go after one of their own, knowing Epstein would probably spill the beans on them.

We need to keep the heat on these people, and demand answers. Otherwise this will disappear, and they get exactly what they had hoped for: indifference.