Marsha Blackburn Files Subpoena for Epstein Flight Logs - and Several Other Juicy Items

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In this world of continual social media, we're constantly seeing all kinds of things leak. 

Yet one of the things that seems to be locked in an impenetrable vault is the Jeffrey Epstein client list. Funny that. Or maybe it's just that someone somewhere doesn't want those names to be exposed to the general public. 

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But a fight over the Supreme Court may just help to expose more of the names on the Epstein flight logs. 

The Democrats have been trying to go after the Supreme Court over ethics questions. Translation: They're trying to attack Justice Clarence Thomas (and the conservative majority). Of course, they don't want to apply the same thing to liberal justices, and they don't care about the real priorities that they should be focused on; they just care about their political agenda. 

So Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) had a creative way to fight back and also provide a lot of answers to questions that should be a priority, including the people connected to Jeffrey Epstein. 

First, she spoke about filing for a subpoena to Justice Sonia Sotomayor's staff and her book publisher over allegations the staff was used to pressure public institutions to buy her book. 

Blackburn added that since we're in the business of issuing subpoenas, she has a few more she's filed, including a subpoena to Jeffrey Epstein's estate to produce the flight logs for his private plane, given the numerous allegations of human trafficking and abuse, because "We've got to identify everyone who could have participated in his horrific conduct."

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That was one guaranteed to get a lot of attention and start making people in power sweat. But that wasn't all. 

Blackburn said she'd filed for subpoenas to Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra to come before the Committee and explain how the Biden team lost 85,000 unaccompanied children. Then there was the subpoena to compel the Biden DOJ to hand over all the documentation on why they terminated the Trump-China initiative that helped root out Chinese spies. Then she said they needed to investigate the effort to get former President Donald Trump, so she filed a subpoena for all the documents related to any political donations by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's staff. 

In addition, there was the Biden two-tiered system of justice. So Blackburn said she was filing a subpoena for all the documentation into the DOJ and FTC investigations into Elon Musk. 

"So, Mr. Chairman, I think there are real issues that we should be talking about: Social media is destroying our kids' lives, the southern border is wide open, and President Biden has lost track of 85,000 precious children. The world is on fire, but you've chosen to launch an assault on the Supreme Court's legitimacy.

"If you want to take up our time and go there, Mr. Chairman, we can go there. This is a sad day in the history of this prestigious committee, but I'm confident that the American people see this sham for what it really is."

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The Epstein information is long overdue. Not to mention some of the other items listed by Blackburn. There has been some reporting on information in the flight logs, but a lot more could be reported. We've already seen that Bill Clinton featured prominently in those logs with at least 26 trips on the Epstein plane and people like his former body man saying he went to Epstein Island. Clinton denies that.

But this certainly would make many people sweat if they could reveal more of the names. 

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