Bill Clinton flees country amid Epstein scandal

As the unredacted list of Jeffrey Epstein associates was released, former President Bill Clinton, who was mentioned in the documents more than 50 times, ran for the border.

Clinton sparked a social media frenzy when he was seen strolling among tourists in the main square of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.

Mayor Mauricio Trejo Pureco shared a shot of Clinton in front of the parish of San Miguel Arcángel on X in a post that many felt was taunting Americans.

“Even Bill Clinton walks calmly and safely through the streets of San Miguel de Allende, enjoying its unique beauty and kindness of the people of San Miguel de Allende,” the mayor wrote. “Welcome MR. PRESIDENT!”

The rumor mill was instantly revved.

“He is in Mexico because he has just appeared more than 50 times in a court document as an associate of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein,” political analyst Isaac Lopez told the mayor.

According to independent journalist Dom Lucre, “It is worth noting that the Clintons met and were photographed with Former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic on December 30, 2023.”

“The Clintons haven’t returned to America since they left on December 29, 2023,” he reported.

The first batch of documents relating to Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre’s defamation suit against Epstein’s madame, Ghislaine Maxwell, as BizPac Review reported, were released on January 3.

Among them was a statement from Epstein accuser Johanna Sjorberg claiming the dead pedophile once told her that “Clinton likes them young,” a reference to young girls.

Another document describes Clinton as having a “close personal relationship” with Epstein, something that he has denied.

Clinton’s trip to Mexico did nothing to repair his reputation.

“Interesting move to flee the US jurisdiction on the day the Epstein documents came out,” noted social media strategist Joey Mannarino on X.

“He needs to be in jail,” another user stated.

“He ain’t coming home anytime soon…” a third predicted. “His reputation is FINISHED.”

But according to some, a bad rep is likely all that Clinton will face.

“It is evident that his reputation has been damaged,” one user acknowledged, “but I doubt that any of these individuals will be held responsible and face legal consequences, even if it can be proven that crimes have been committed.”

Melissa Fine


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