Epstein: Why the Continued Silence by American Media and Politicians?

–What about young girls being sex trafficked?


2016 Reddit — Fearing yet another witch hunt, Reddit bans “Pizzagate.”

2018 Facebook — Facebook would make a martyr by banning Infowars. TechCrunch, July 13, 2018

2020 Twitter — “In the years afterward, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube managed to largely suppress PizzaGate” The New York Times, July 14, 2020

The censorship from the major social media platforms indicates that wealthy people have the power to silence information with which they personally or politically disagree, based on no factual information. According to Polaris, data shows that sex trafficking victims use social media platforms to reach out for help and create networks to escape their nightmare or build a survival network. In the case of “pizzagate” censorship, we need to ask how many young girls around the world were abused because the CEOs of Facebook, Reddit, and Twitter had their feelings hurt?

Why the continued silence by American media & politicians of young girls being sex trafficked?

We can all use our imagination to create from the Epstein stories the reasons for the political and media silence. Many media celebrities and politicians have already provided plenty of information over the last 17 years without completing an investigation, which would indicate the silence will continue.

What I forgot from volunteering for the cause of sex trafficking and what the media ignored was sex trafficking victims don’t call the FBI for help because they don’t know if the FBI agent will be a good guy or bad guy. One of the top reasons sex trafficking rings are broken up is because of horrific, unbelievable rumors. The pizzagate talk “that Hillary Clinton and Democratic elites were running a child sex-trafficking ring out of a Washington pizzeria” opened up the door to allow everyone to investigate a horrific sex trafficking rumor. As Cindy McCain indicated, there were enough people that knew about Epstein for years. Real journalists would have had no problem finding victims and people willing to talk to get rid of the scum and his clients.

From the Epstein case, we’ve learned the following:

  • 2003 to present, Epstein was in business for over 17 years.
  • The media and politicians continue to argue if Clinton was on Epstein’s jet. The flight logs indicated that former President Bill Clinton was on the plane with secret service agents. Everyone seems to have forgotten the secret service agents are witnesses.
  • The global media will not investigate Epstein in connection with the rumors from pizzagate.
  • The media, politicians, and wealthy individuals may have power beyond the global population’s comprehension.
  • The silence from politicians will continue.
  • Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and other social media platforms have done an injustice to young girls worldwide.
  • I was wrong about the ‘ounce of truth.’  My bias prevented me from thinking objectivity.

The only hope for the truth is that Ghislaine Maxwell lives and gives the world the facts about Epstein.

The bets are high in Vegas that Maxwell’s scheduled trial will be delayed, and it’s 6/1 that Maxwell will die of ‘another cause.’ At this point, I agree with President Trump.

“I just wish her well, frankly,” – President Trump, 2020

Awareness of Sex Trafficking

1997—Present International Justice Mission

1998—Present Shared Hope International

1998—Present National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children

2012—Present The McCain Institute

I was raped by a TOP Democratic donor. Hillary Clinton shut down NBC’s expose of H.W. with one call from her spokesperson. I strongly believe Joe Biden is a rapist. DNC had Bill Clinton, serial abuser of young women (Epstein and others) speak. You want me to be pro-Dem? I know more than you will ever know about their evil. You can hide behind your convenient morality. I won’t.

~Rose McGowen, @rosemcgowan, 9:59 pm, August 21, 2020, Twitter for iPhone.


Dr. Jacqueline B. Langhttps://www.drjacquelinelang.com/
Dr. Jacqueline Lang, MBA, MPA, MSED has 20+ years of leadership experience in a variety of industries (manufacturing, services, politics, and education). Her career has been within Fortune 50, 500, 1000 and private organizations across the U.S. and in higher education. As well as a U.S. Congressional Campaign Manager. Along with serving in the United States Army Reserves. She currently divides her time as a Business Professor & Small Business Owner in the Cannabis Industry. #Entrepreneurship - #e-commerce - #educator - #BoardMember.