If there’s one thing Americans will not stand for, it’s the abuse of children.
Really, this should apply to nearly all of humanity, but in America this is especially prescient. We are a free nation, and the best that ever did it, so we have an expectation that people such as Jeffrey Epstein are truly evil.
Epstein is rich beyond the wildest dreams of many Americans, and could have used his incredible wealth to do anything that he wanted. Any small fraction of his fortune in the hands of a more noble and goodwill person could have changed the world, for the better, forever. Instead, Epstein used this wealth to facility the systemic raping of children, something that he is behind bars today because of.
But this isn’t the first time Epstein’s crimes against human nature have been prosecuted, and his unprecedentedly lenient sentence 15 years ago has now claimed the career of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta.
Labor Secretary Alex Acosta said Friday he will resign amid controversy over the way he handled a sex crimes case against wealthy businessman Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago when he was U.S. attorney for southern Florida.
Acosta made the announcement to reporters while standing next to President Donald Trump outside the White House. Trump said Acosta had called him Friday morning and that it was Acosta’s decision to quit.
“This was him, not me, because I’m with him,” Trump said in a lengthy exchange with the press before departing the White House en route to events in Wisconsin and Ohio. “I said, ‘You don’t have to do this.’”
And while the President may not have required Acosta’s resignation, the American people did.
Acosta is just one of presumably many high profile names associated with Epstein who will come under enhanced scrutiny in the coming weeks, after a massive trove of labeled photographs and data storage devices were discovered in a safe in the alleged child sex trafficker’s $56 million NYC mansion.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.