Jeffrey Epstein Said if He Revealed ‘What I Know about Both Candidates,’ 2016 Election Would have to Be Canceled

Jeffrey Epstein Said if He Revealed ‘What I Know about Both Candidates,’ 2016 Election Would have to Be Canceled

Jeffrey Epstein allegedly possessed such explosive information about Donald Trump and the Clintons that, if disclosed, it could have derailed the 2016 presidential election.

This claim comes from Epstein’s younger brother, Mark Epstein, who recalled a conversation with Jeffrey where he ominously stated, “If I said what I know about both candidates, they’d have to cancel the election.”

Despite the provocative claim, Mark Epstein, a 69-year-old property developer, did not provide further details, indicating that his brother never specified the nature of the information he held about the then-presidential candidates.

The connections between Epstein and the candidates are well-documented. Trump reportedly flew on Epstein’s private jet, known as the “Lolita Express,” seven times in the 1990s, while Bill Clinton’s association with Epstein dates back to at least 1993. Clinton’s extensive interactions included numerous visits to the White House by Epstein and several trips on his jet to various global destinations.

Mark Epstein reflected on how his brother’s decision to take Clinton and others on a philanthropic trip to Africa brought unwanted attention, marking a turning point in Jeffrey’s previously low-profile life.

The upcoming release of court documents related to Epstein is expected to shed more light on these associations. Bill Clinton, referred to as “John Doe 36” in the documents, is mentioned at least 50 times. These documents stem from a 2015 lawsuit by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s close associate and now convicted s*x tr*fficker.

Allegations have swirled around Maxwell claiming that Epstein had videotapes of Trump and Clinton in compromising situations. However, no such tapes have been verified, and Clinton is not anticipated to be implicated in any illegal activities according to ABC News. Clinton has consistently denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein’s crimes, including denying ever visiting Epstein’s private Caribbean Island, a claim supported by available flight records.

Mark Epstein remains skeptical about the impact of the files and maintains his belief that his brother was murdered following his 2019 arrest. He distances himself from defending Jeffrey, focusing instead on the circumstances surrounding what he believes to be his brother’s wrongful death.