Elon Musk Fires A Warning Shot At Epstein And Maxwell Clients And Friends

Elon Musk, the billionaire, appears to have issued a warning to former friends and colleagues of late pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Musk's comments came as Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's confidante and fixer who was convicted of sex trafficking young women for his use, his pals, and his clients, received some good news from a court as her case neared sentencing.

Ghislaine's appeal for a fresh trial was granted, although the judge did declare that three conspiracy counts can be prosecuted as the same offense, and she can only be jailed for one of them.

"This legal conclusion does not call into doubt the jury's factual findings." Instead, it emphasizes that "the jury unanimously decided — three times over — that the Defendant is guilty of collaborating with Epstein to seduce, transport, and traffic minor females for sexual abuse," according to Nathan's order.

However, even though Ghislaine's charges have been lowered from five to three, one export claims that this will only save her about ten years of her sentence, implying that she will still serve more than 40 years in prison, effectively a life sentence.

"One big thing remains," says the MAGA Conservatives website.

What about Jeffrey Epstein's customers and acquaintances? We know he socialized with powerful businessmen like Bill Clinton and Bill Gates.

Those two, as well as Wall Street titan Leon Black, have all stated that they had no idea what Jeffrey Epstein was up to and regret providing him with the legitimacy that came with meeting them.

Is that, however, credible?

"At the time, I had no idea that holding such encounters would be perceived as endorsing him." You're almost saying something like, "I forgive that type of behavior." "I made a major error not recognizing that," Bill Gates, the founder and CEO of Microsoft, recently stated.

His ex-wife, on the other hand, did not accept that reason, telling CBS' Gayle King about their divorce a few weeks ago: "It was several things. But it bothered me that he'd met with Jeffrey Epstein. That was made obvious to him."

She went on to add that she only met Epstein "once because I was curious about who this man was." And I was sorry from the moment I walked through the door. He was disgusting. He was the embodiment of evil.

"After that, I had nightmares about it." As a result, my heart aches for these young women."

Now, Musk — who is being investigated by the Biden administration — appears to be perplexed as to why Epstein and Ghislaine are the only ones being penalized, despite the fact that many others appear to have been participating in their 'activities,' according to multiple sources.

"It tells it all that we heard more about Will Smith hitting Chris Rock than we heard about Ghislaine Maxwell's trial," a Twitter user recently queried Musk. It's also 'interesting' that when the account tracking Ghislaine Maxwell's trial acquired traction, it was banned."

The Tesla and SpaceX founder responded:  “Where is their ‘client’ list? Shouldn’t at least one of them go down?”

Others added similar views as well.

As for Musk, the Biden administration has reportedly opened an investigation into Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s business dealings regarding his $44 billion purchase of Twitter.

“The Securities and Exchange Commission is probing Mr. Musk’s tardy submission of a public form that investors must file when they buy more than 5% of a company’s shares,” The Wall Street Journal reported. “The disclosure functions as an early sign to shareholders and companies that a significant investor could seek to control or influence a company.”


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