Trump Now Facing Fourth Indictment as Epstein’s High-Profile Clients Continue to Evade Legal Consequences

Former President Trump has been indicted for the fourth time this year.

This news comes amidst growing concerns about the state of justice in America, as pointed out by conservative commentator Kari Lake. Despite the numerous indictments against Trump, there seems to be a glaring lack of action against the clients of the late sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

The Atlanta grand jury in Georgia has indicted Trump and 18 others this week on several charges. These include racketeering, perjury, forgery, violating the oath of a public officer, and making false statements.

However, despite these indictments, Trump continues to lead the pack among potential Republican candidates for the 2024 presidential election, according to recent polls.

This resilience in the face of adversity is a testament to his enduring popularity within certain sections of the American populace.

Kari Lake has drawn attention to the stark contrast between the relentless pursuit of Trump and the apparent lack of action against Epstein’s clients.

Epstein, a now-dead convicted sex offender, allegedly had a ‘little black book’ of elite clients. These clients have yet to face any legal repercussions for their involvement in his heinous crimes against children.

Lake took to social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, to express her frustration.

She wrote, “It’s been 3 years, almost to the day, since Jeffrey Epstein ‘killed himself.’ Not a single one of his clients has been indicted for heinous crimes against children. Yet, President Trump was just indicted for the 4th time. Justice is dead in America.”

This isn’t the first time Lake has voiced her concerns about the seeming disparity in the justice system. In August 2022, she reminded her followers about Epstein’s ‘little black book’ of elite clients, which seems to have been conveniently forgotten by the authorities.

Furthermore, Lake shared an interview with Cindy McCain, widow of Arizona Republican Senator John McCain, earlier this year.

In the interview, McCain admitted that they were aware of Epstein’s activities but chose not to act out of fear. Lake questioned why one of the most powerful politicians in the world would be afraid of Epstein, further highlighting the perceived corruption and fear within the political elite.

As we continue to witness the unfolding drama of Trump’s multiple indictments, it’s crucial to remember Lake’s words and question the state of justice in America.

This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.

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