MMA fans got more than they bargained for on Friday when fighter King Bau showed up for the fight in a shirt calling out the feckless response of the judicial system to the Epstein human trafficking network, and decrying the attempts to lock up Trump.
That shirt claimed, “Trump was indicted before anyone on Epstein’s client list.” Technically, it is untrue, as some people on the Epstein client list faced justice for their crimes and association with the pedophile billionaire. Many others, however, from former President Bill Clinton to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, have not yet been arrested or indicted based on activities they are alleged to have committed with Epstein.
In any case, the video of King Bau arriving in the epic shirt went viral, particularly on X (formerly Twitter). Watch it here:
Conservative Twitter personality Collin Rugg posted about the incident, saying, “NEW: Professional MMA fighter King Bau (@_kingbau) came out to his bare knuckle MMA fight wearing a shirt that read: “Trump was indicted before anyone on Epstein’s client list.” At least someone isn’t afraid to call out the ‘justice’ system🔥 Epstein’s client list continues to be kept secret as Washington politicians and the ‘justice’ system seem to not have any urgency in delivering justice to America’s most elite pedoph*les.”
While many Americans are frustrated with the Department of Justice doing little to tackle the Epstein problem other than lock up Ghislaine Maxwell, one deeply conservative GOP Senator is demanding that it start doing more to investigate the matter and hold the guilty parties accountable.
That would be Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, who recently demanded both in the Senate Judiciary Committee and on X that the Senate Judiciary Committee subpoena Epstein’s estate and release the full flight logs for his jet, by which she probably meant the infamous “Lolita Express.”
She posted about the matter on X (formerly Twitter), saying, “The American people deserve to know the names of every person who participated in Jeffrey Epstein’s human trafficking ring. We need to see his flight logs. I’ve asked the Senate Judiciary Committee to authorize a subpoena to his estate so we can review these documents.”
That was the context in which Epstein came up, with Sen. Blackburn saying, “And since we’re in the business of issuing subpoenas now, here are a few more that I’ve filed. A subpoena to Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to provide the flight logs for his private plane. Given the numerous allegations of human trafficking and abuse surrounding Mr. Epstein, we’ve got to identify everyone who could have participated in his horrific conduct.”
She called out the Biden regime’s other failures as well, saying, “I’ve also filed a subpoena authorization for Secretary Xavier Becerra to come before this Committee and explain to us how he lost track of 85,000 unaccompanied children. In addition, I’ve filed a subpoena to compel the Biden DOJ to provide all documentation about their disastrous decision to terminate the successful China Initiative—a program that was critical to targeting and prosecuting Chinese spies in America.”
Featured image credit: screengrab from the embedded video
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