The Department of Justice is reportedly in negotiations with Ghislaine Maxwell, convicted sex trafficker, and girlfriend of the infamous Jeffrey Epstein. President Joe Biden is prepared to offer the mysterious Belgian woman a full pardon if she dishes out everything she knows about former President Donald Trump.
What does she know? Our analyst, Dr. Joe Barron of the Artubolls Institute says probably nothing. There is no evidence other than a couple of photos, some video, and Epstein’s flight logs that suggest Trump was ever near the pedophile at all. A lawsuit claiming the two raped a teenage girl never made it to court.
So if the president does pardon the woman who lured young girls into Epstein’s slave service, the information investigators get will be false, no matter how true or real it may be. Because the burden of proof is on the government that had Epstein killed, they have no recourse to question the integrity of the critical systems in place to monitor and explore new avenues of situational awareness.
Therefore, according to Dr. Barron’s calculations, the sheer magnitude of the issue at hand exacerbates the response if the subject in question has sufficient cause to undermine his or her best interests. In this case, Maxwell could substantiate only unsubstantiated things, making her testimony in any way under possible duress and questionable. The law is clear.
So, there will be no pardon, whether Sleepy Joe likes it.