Vivek Ramaswamy Gets Praise For Promise To Release Epstein Client List: ‘Every Candidate Should Commit To This’

Vivek Ramaswamy earned praise on social media for vowing to release the client list used by notorious sex predator Jeffrey Epstein.
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Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy earned praise on social media for vowing to release the client list that was used by the notorious sex predator Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein was convicted of procuring for prostitution a girl below the age of 18 in 2008 and was facing sex trafficking charges until he died, according to authorities by suicide, in a Manhattan jail cell in 2019.

There has been renewed interest in the client list by Republicans, amplified recently when Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin (D-IL) squashed an effort to subpoena flight logs for Epstein’s jet – known as the “Lolita Express.”

“As president, I’ll release the full Epstein client list without apology,” Ramaswamy posted to the X social media platform.

“The administrative police state should stop protecting its chief sponsors while weaponizing itself against its opponents,” he added. “The first step to fix corruption is to see it.”

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Praise For Ramaswamy’s Plan To Release Epstein Client List

One of the more prominent advocates for the release of Jeffrey Epstein’s client list has been X CEO Elon Musk.

In July of last year, Musk raised questions about the Department of Justice (DOJ) and why the Epstein/Ghislaine Maxwell client list has yet to see the light of day.

Maxwell, a British socialite accused of serving as a madam for Epstein, was convicted of sex trafficking and transporting a minor. She is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence.

Musk commented on the matter as only he can, posting a meme featuring rarely sighted creatures and observing, “Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares.”

Ramaswamy’s pitch to release the Epstein client list was well-received on social media.

“Every candidate should commit to this immediately to be considered,” wrote social media strategist Joey Mannarino.

It’d be difficult to imagine every presidential candidate getting behind the release of the list, especially considering its toxicity toward the powerful and politically connected.

Given Epstein’s still-unexplained past connections to some of the most powerful people in the world, the client list should be the top priority of every journalist in the country and should be a major target of the Justice Department.

“Literally no other running candidate from both parties has promised this,” one person remarked in wonderment.

“Preach!” another celebrated. “No more immunity for the elite. It’s time to clean house and shine the disinfectant of truth on every dark corner of the D.C. swamp.”

There’s little doubt that some high-profile people in DC would be concerned about Epstein’s client list being released, and there are likely more high-profile people across the globe equally as distressed.

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Durbin Squashes Subpoenas For Epstein Flight Logs

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) had her push to subpoena Epstein’s flight records squashed by Durbin, who suggested that he didn’t know why there’d be any interest.

“I know who Epstein was, but I certainly don’t know anything about the issue,” he said after being confronted by Fox News reporter Hillary Vaughn.

He also feigned ignorance to Blackburn’s request.

“She hasn’t said a word to me,” he claimed. “Not a word.”

It’s something he has previously suggested as well.

Blackburn responded to that claim by posting a video that suggested that Durbin had lied.

“But aren’t you curious like what high profile or powerful people might be closeted predators and pedophiles? Doesn’t that concern you?” Vaughn pressed. “Why won’t you subpoena them if you can?”

Since Durbin doesn’t know “about the issue,” let’s help him out with one high-profile individual who has allegedly been linked to Epstein.

Former President Bill Clinton had traveled on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” 26 separate times, according to a Fox News analysis.

Other analyses of flight logs led to claims of fewer trips, but there is no denying he traveled on the plane.

Doug Band, a former top aide to Clinton, made shocking allegations in a 2020 interview with Vanity Fair, including claims that the former president took a trip in 2003 to Epstein’s famed private island.

Last November, Clinton was confronted by a reporter asking about his relationship with Epstein, prompting an awkward response as the former President was ushered away by an aide.

“Mr. Clinton, any comment on the allegation of your alleged connection with Jeffrey Epstein?” the reporter asked.

Clinton spokesman Angel Ureña’s expression quickly shifted at that time to an uncomfortable smile while it took the former President a bit to realize what was being asked.

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