Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has vowed to publish Jeffrey Epstein’s elusive “client list” if elected.
The “client list” is believed to contain the names of several high-profile elite pedophiles.
Epstein was found dead in a jail cell while awaiting trial for child sex trafficking charges.
Last year, his accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in Epstein’s trafficking operation.
However, despite charges against Epstein, a conviction against Maxwell, and dozens of known victims, Democrat President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ) refuses to name who the underage girls were trafficked to.
The lack of transparency had led to multiple calls for the “client list” to be made public.
These requests have been ignored by the DOJ, nevertheless.
Instead, Biden officials, Democrats, and their allies in the corporate media claim that Epstein’s “client list” is just a “conspiracy theory.”
“I think what we have a lot in this country are a lot of conspiracy realists,” Ramaswamy argues.
“And so, I’m one of them just because everything you sort of suspect oftentimes becomes true.
Ramaswamy made the comment in response to a question from a voter who urged that she is “tired of being called a conspiracy theorist” for demanding just for Epstein’s powerful associates.
President Donald Trump also recently said he thinks it was “possible” that Epstein was killed, rather than having taken his own life.
“He knew a lot, on a lot of people,” Trump said of Epstein during his interview with Tucker Carlson.
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Despite Ramaswamy’s pledge, he is still a longshot candidate as Trump is the clear frontrunner in the GOP primary by a very wide margin.
Trump recently hinted that he would consider Ramaswamy as a vice president pick but the candidate has said that he isn’t interested.
Nevertheless, Trump will likely be considering Ramaswamy for a role in his next administration.