Billionaire who was guest on Epstein’s island donates BIG bucks to Biden

President Joe Biden’s reelection war chest got a considerable infusion of cash from an anti-Trump tech billionaire who was once a guest on the private island belonging to notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Reid Hoffman, a co-founder of the networking website LinkedIn donated $699,600 to the Biden Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee for Biden, The Democratic National Committee (DNC), and state Democratic parties, according to a Fox News report that cited federal election records.

The six-figure donation came exactly one week before The Wall Street Journal reported that Hoffman had visited Little St. James, the exotic Caribbean locale that was known to the locals as “Orgy Island” and “Pedophile Island” where Epstein hosted politicians, business leaders, and celebrities, as well as being scheduled to visit the wealthy pervert’s Manhattan townhouse.

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According to the WSJ which reviewed a “trove” of documents on the deceased sex fiend’s schedules, the wealthy venture capitalist Trump-hater had plans to visit Little St. James in March and November 2014, after it was well-known that Epstein had been convicted and jailed for sex crimes involving an underage girl.

“When the venture capitalist had a flight scheduled to land late at night in New York on Dec. 4, 2014, Epstein arranged for Mr. Hoffman to stay overnight in his townhouse, the documents show. The following morning, Mr. Hoffman was scheduled to attend a ‘breakfast party’ with Epstein, Mr. Gates and others, according to the documents,” the outlet reported, referring to billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates who was a friend of the deceased pedophile.

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Hoffman has expressed regret over his association with Epstein, telling the Wall Street Journal in May that “It gnaws at me that, by lending my association, I helped his reputation, and thus delayed justice for his survivors.”

“I am sorry for my personal misjudgment,” he said in an email to the outlet.

“My last interaction with Epstein was in 2015. Still, by agreeing to participate in any fundraising activity where Epstein was present, I helped to repair his reputation and perpetuate injustice,” Hoffman also said of Epstein in 2019. “For this, I am deeply regretful.”

It was recently revealed that Hoffman was “quietly bankrolling” E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit against Trump. The “whack job” columnist claimed that the billionaire real estate mogul forced himself upon her in the dressing room of a Manhattan department store in the 1990s. An allegation that Trump has repeatedly denied.

A New York City jury ruled in Carroll’s favor in May, finding Trump liable for sexual abuse and defamation, awarding her $5 million while rejecting the rape charge. She has since filed an amended lawsuit seeking new damages over remarks that the 2024 GOP frontrunner made about her during a CNN town hall.

Epstein was found dead inside the cell of the maximum security federal prison in Manhattan where he was being held after being arrested in 2019. A Justice Department Inspector General report stated that he committed suicide that was allowed to occur due to mismanagement and errors at the facility.

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Chris Donaldson

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