Bill Clinton thought he dodged a bullet.
An alleged pedophile’s secrets were supposed to go to the grave.
But Bill Clinton just got some really bad news about a child sex scandal.
Americans were outraged when Project Veritas revealed hidden camera footage of ABC anchor Amy Robach complaining that ABC spiked her 2016 story about alleged pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes.
Robach declared her reporting was airtight and that she had the goods on prominent individuals like Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton.
Thanks to a public outcry, ABC will air the story on January 9.
ABC’s press release read:
ABC News today announced a two-hour broadcast special and eight-part podcast on Jeffrey Epstein and the powerful story of the women who survived his crimes and fought back to reclaim their lives. The accusers open up with emotional accounts of the abuse they endured, their resilience, strength and life now. The ABC News special features material from a 2003 interview in which Epstein discusses his life; deposition tapes of Epstein and his alleged co-conspirators; police interviews with the young girls; and their personal reactions today to seeing Epstein appear in court last summer. “Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein” dives into Epstein’s life and background, raising questions and uncovering details about how he made his money; his relationships with many notable individuals; his decades of sexually abusing young girls, including emotional accounts from two sisters about how he manipulated them; and the federal sex trafficking charges he faced before he died.
Clinton has told repeated lies about when he met Epstein, how long he’s known Epstein and how many times he traveled on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” airplane.
ABC airing this piece in primetime can only be bad news for Bill Clinton and anyone else connected to Epstein.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.