Epstein Island trends as NFL QB Aaron Rodgers points to new client list file release

Sometime in the coming months, the final set of court documents from deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s case are set to be publicly released.

The documents contain “salacious” allegations against a number of individuals, including at least one “public figure,” according to the Daily Mail.

“The documents represent the last of the sealed material to be made public as part of a years-long process that has been rumbling through federal court in New York since before Epstein apparently killed himself in 2019 while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges,” the British tabloid exclusively reported last week.

“The material was first filed in a defamation case brought by Roberts in 2015 against Ghislaine Maxwell, who is now serving 20 years in prison for sex trafficking and recruiting minors for Epstein. The lawsuit was settled under seal in 2017 but the case material has since been gradually released in batches after numerous requests from media organizations,” Daily Mail continued.

What’s strange, critics say, is that this upcoming release has received virtually zero attention from the establishment press, which has been preoccupied with talking about the unidentified flying objects that have been popping up around the world.

Several celebrities have pointed this out, including Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who during a podcast appearance Tuesday insinuated that the powers that be are purposefully trying to distract the public from the documents.


“Obviously, there was some sort of Chinese spy balloon that was up in the air, allegedly. And there’s been a few other objects that have been shot down. I believe that this been going on for a long time. Interesting timing on everything. There’s a lot of other things going on in the world,” he said.

“There’s some files that have some names on it that might be getting released pretty soon. You know, [Ghislaine] Maxwell was the only person ever convicted of trafficking, and nobody who was involved in the trafficking ever went to jail, so, nothing to see here,” he added.

Comedian Tom Green also suggested the same in a video he published to his TikTok account on Tuesday.

“The other reason this UFO information is coming out now is because they’re trying to distract us all from the fact that we’re about to get released the Epstein island list, as well as what’s going on in Palestine, Ohio with the train derailment and the release of chemicals into the air, which is being called possibly as bad as Chernobyl,” he said.

“And the fact that World War III might be about to start in the Ukraine war between USA, Russia, and China,”  he added.

Now to be clear, the documents have NOT been released yet, despite reports otherwise on Twitter.

Newsweek notes that on Feb. 14th, the Twitter user @DonnaPrissyrn1 posted a tweet claiming the documents have been released. The user also claimed to be in possession of a list of the “pedos” who had visited Epstein’s infamous island.

Hilariously enough, one of the people featured on the fake list was far-left angry comedian Kathy Griffin. She did not take kindly to the smear.

Watch her response below, and take note of the caption in which she refers to the people accusing her of being on the island as “nut jobs”:


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Dovetailing back to Rodgers’ remarks, note how he said “this [has] been going on for a long time.”

He had a point. Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines reported to Congress last month that 247 unidentified flying objects have been detected since March 2021 alone, according to CNN.

About half of them have been “characterized as balloon or balloon-like entities,” while others have been described as drones or “airborne debris like plastic bags.”

This raises the question of why these UFOs are all-of-a-sudden receiving so much added attention from both the military and the media.

“One reason why additional ‘objects’ have been detected by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) in recent days could be because the command recently readjusted its filters to better spot slow-moving targets operating above a certain altitude,” CNN reported Tuesday, citing an unnamed source.

“The filters were only readjusted and broadened in the past week, the source said, after a high-altitude, suspected Chinese spy balloon transited the US and ignited a debate over the United States’ ability to detect and defend against any potentially threatening objects entering its airspace,” CNN added.


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