It is the story that will not go away, even though MSM is not reporting on it.

The truth about Jeffrey Epstein—who was involved in his pedophile ring?

Now, President Donald Trump has weighed in on the coverup, recently he tweeted, “ABC is as bad as the rest of them,” Trump tweeted in response. “Journalistic standards are nonexistent today. The press is so dishonest that we no longer have Freedom of the Press!”

The president retweeted a tweet featuring a video of Jesse Watters on the Fox News show “Watters’ Words,” reports The Hill, after Watters sharply criticized ABC for refusing to bring forward the evidence.
“There’s something very wicked that’s happening in America,” said Watters, referring to the “major media blackout happening on Jeffrey Epstein.” Watters confessed the saga is making him feel “sick to my stomach.”

“What the hell are @ABC editorial standards? @ABC smeared Kavanaugh with 40-year-old hearsay. No corroborating witnesses, no evidence, no pictures, nothing.” – @JesseBWatters #EpsteinCoverup

Watters is promising to continue to pursue the story. He gave credit to Project Veritas for exposing the media’s part in the coverup.

Project Veritas recently exposed a video of ABC News anchor Amy Robach on a hot mic, dishing how she had the goods on Epstein. She discussed how her bombshell story on the convicted pedophile, the now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein, was squashed by the network three years ago. Not surprisingly, mainstream media is not reporting on the story.

Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich didn’t bat an eye on Wednesday, Nov. 6, as she appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” replying to Carlson’s question of why the ABC network had squashed their bombshell story on Jeffrey Epstein. “There’s no question, executives at ABC protected Jeffrey Epstein,” host Carlson said to Pavlich. “Why do you think they did that?”

George Stephanopoulos at the 24th Annual Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame Awards in New York.  Oct. 20, 2014 file photo  (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)
George Stephanopoulos at the 24th Annual Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame Awards in New York. Oct. 20, 2014, (Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

“According to ABC’s editorial standards, which we keep hearing about, the standards are necessarily about accusers bringing forward evidence on someone who had already been convicted of similar crimes, but instead to protect political people and friends who are beneficial to them and who have very, very close connections to people in their network who claim to be leading journalists, like George Stephanopoulos,” said Pavlich.

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