You can almost hear the quotes:
“I was devastated to learn about the suicide of my dear friend Jeffery Epstein.”
“We came, we saw, he died…ha ha ha ha ha!”
Isn’t if funny how everything eventually goes full circle?
It’s like the cycles we talk about in the markets.
Only the circle we’re referring to here involves wealthy financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein who was arrested on Sunday for sex trafficking.
Ironically (or Not) there’s no doubt about his close relationship with the Clintons.
In fact, flight records show that Bill Clinton made at least 26 trips on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” to his private island in the Virgin Islands.
Why do you think they went there?
These aren’t the old sex charges Epstein faced in 2006 where he escaped with a slap on the wrist.
In 2006 the Miami Herald reported: “Epstein owned an island off St. Thomas. His plane records show that during the time he was abusing young girls, he was flying former President Bill Clinton, Harvard professors and administrators, Nobel-prize winning scientists, actresses, actors, philanthropists and a who’s who of wealthy and powerful people to his island.”
You would think that Sunday’s arrest of Epstein has a lot of powerful people sweating.
And unlike his last arrest there doesn’t appear to be any special deals cut in advance with prosecutors.
Mostly because the vast majority of people who had “critical evidence” against the Clinton’s somehow mysteriously ended up so distraught that they committed suicide.
Well, Jeff, in your perverted and disgusting case, that might not be a bad thing.
But the political can of worms this opens is throwing gasoline on 2019, The Political Year from Hell.
Read how it affects our markets going into 2020 before it’s too late. (HERE)
Feel free to share this with a Clinton fan and watch their head explode.