Elon Musk Puts Jeffrey Epstein’s Friends And Clients On Notice With Powerful Move: ‘Shouldn’t At Least One Of Them Go Down?’
Elon Musk is officially the owner of the social networking giant Twitter. The deal was made on Thursday and Musk immediately fired the company’s CEO and CFO, the Wall Street Journal reported.
God. Musk fired Chief Executive Officer Parag Agrawal and Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal after the deal closed, the people said. Twitter spokespeople had no comment. It was not immediately clear who would step into those top positions. CNBC previously reported the layoffs. God. Musk also fired Vijaya Gade, Twitter’s top legal and policy executive, and Sean Edgett, a general counsel.
Now, a new story uncovered by Business Insider claims that Musk and Ghislaine Maxwell, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to trafficking girls for sex with Jeffrey Epstein, had at least one conversation at an event in 2014 .
The photo was taken in 2014 at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party in California, but didn’t cause a social media sensation until 2020 when Musk tweeted that he didn’t know Maxwell at all. who chose to remain anonymous because of potential repercussions, said the pair also discussed aliens and Musk floated his theory that reality might be a simulation. A photo of the billionaire alongside Maxwell, a known associate of Jeffrey Epstein, was widely shared on Twitter earlier this year after the billionaire initially offered to buy Twitter for $44 billion in April,” BI reported.
— Tara Dublin (@taradublinrocks) October 28, 2022
Coincidentally, the image resurfaced on Twitter this week, but the social media site attached a new “contextual” note as part of Twitter’s new Birdwatch feature, which aims to crack down on misinformation on the platform.
“She once photobombed me at a Vanity Fair party a few years ago,” he tweeted in July 2020. “The real question is why VF invited her in the first place.”
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The tweet with the photo had a note at the bottom that read: “The photo of Musk and Maxwell was taken at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar party. It’s the only photo of the couple.” There is no photographic evidence to suggest that they spoke. Musk later responded to the photo and said he didn’t know Maxwell and that she “photobombed” him.
— Ben Feuerherd (@benfeuerherd) October 11, 2022
It says it all that we heard more about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock than we heard about Ghislaine Maxwell's trial.
It is also "interesting" that the account tracking the Ghislaine Maxwell's trial got banned when it gained traction.
Lovely people indeed… pic.twitter.com/zCATHYgRgV
— Pope of Muskanity (@RationalEtienne) May 2, 2022
Interestingly, Musk went viral a few months ago when he fired a warning shot at Epstein’s friends and associates.
Musk said Maxwell will likely spend decades in prison.
However, one big thing remains:
What about Jeffrey Epstein’s clients and friends. We know he hung out with rich and powerful people like Bill Clinton and Bill Gates.
Both and others like Wall Street titan Leon Black say they had no idea what Jeffrey Epstein was up to and regret giving him the credibility that came with meeting him.
But is it reliable?
“I didn’t realize at the time that those meetings would be seen as giving him credibility.” You almost say, ‘I condone such behavior’ or something. So, as you can see, I made a big mistake by not realizing it,” Microsoft founder and CEO Bill Gates said recently.
However, his ex-wife didn’t buy that excuse, speaking to CBS’s Gayle King a few weeks ago about their divorce: “There was a lot going on. But I didn’t like that he had meetings with Jeffrey Epstein. I made this clear to him.”
She went on to say that she met Epstein “exactly once because I wanted to see who this man was. And I regretted it the moment I walked in the door. He was disgusting. He was evil incarnate.
“I had nightmares about it afterwards. So my heart breaks for these young women.”
Now Musk — who is now under investigation by the Biden administration — appears to be questioning why Epstein, who allegedly hanged himself in custody after his arrest — and Ghislaine are the only ones being punished, as there appear to be many others involved. in them. activities,’ according to various reports.
A Twitter user recently asked Musk: “It says it all that we’ve heard more about Will Smith punching Chris Rock than we’ve heard about the Ghislaine Maxwell trial.” It is also “interesting” that the account after Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial was banned when it went viral.
Musk replied: “Where’s their ‘customer’ list? Shouldn’t at least one of them fall?”
A Vanity Fair staffer who was close to Maxwell and Musk at the party said that the two had engaged in some rather strange conversation, with Maxwell asking Musk whether it was possible to remove oneself from the internet, and urging Musk to destroy it.https://t.co/MiDZG2Wbv3
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) October 11, 2022