Trump Jr jokes Hillary Clinton poisoned Jeffrey Epstein after her jibe at his dad for disinfectants suggestion
The comment was in response to Clinton's jab at his father POTUS Donald Trump for his 'sarcastic' suggestion that coronavirus could be treated with disinfectant
Donald Trump Jr. threw some shade at Hillary Clinton on Saturday, April 25.
He joked to his Twitter followers that she had been behind the death of the disgraced financier and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The comment was in response to Clinton's jab at his father POTUS Donald Trump for his 'sarcastic' suggestion that coronavirus could be treated with disinfectant.
Clinton had shared, "Please don’t poison yourself because Donald Trump thinks it could be a good idea." In response to this, Donald Trump Jr. shared, "We know, we know … poison is reserved for a long list of people like Jeffrey Epstein … and servers. Am I right?” along with a wink emoji.
Epstein was mysteriously found dead in his cell at the Manhattan Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) on August 10 last year. Epstein, 66, had escaped significant jail time following his initial conviction in 2008 following a plea deal he struck with the then-Florida US Attorney Alex Acosta but was once again arrested in July 2019 on federal charges of sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York.
Epstein was found unconscious in his prison cell with injuries to his neck. The guards who were supposed to be conducting regular checks on Epstein's well-being fell asleep on the job and security camera footage from outside Epstein's cell was surprisingly also not usable.
It is believed that Hillary's husband, former President Bill Clinton had been a frequent flyer on Epstein's private jet with logs showing that Bill had taken at least 26 trips on the 'Lolita Express', Fox News reveals.
Many celebrities, politicians, and businessmen have been accused of fraternizing with the pedophile- including the president himself.
However, the president's lawyer, Alan Garten shared in a statement that the two were never friends. "There was no relationship between Jeffrey Epstein and Donald Trump. They were not friends and they did not socialize together," Garten revealed.
The president had made the remark about disinfectants during a press conference on Thursday, April 23. During the press conference, he seemed to suggest that coronavirus could be cured by using UV light inside the body and by injecting disinfectants.
His closest aides who were shocked at his comments blamed his remarks on an eagerness for the president to deliver some positive news, NBC reveals. The comments were subject to global mockery with many health experts quickly pointing out the dangers of consuming disinfectant. Even disinfectant manufacturers like Lysol were forced to issue a statement where they warned their customers not to try such methods and warned against consuming cleaning products as a 'cure' for the deadly coronavirus.
On April 25, POTUS declared that the White House news conferences were "not worth the time and effort" as the "Lamestream Media asks nothing but hostile questions." He took to Twitter to call out 'fake news' and cancel WH press briefings. "What is the purpose of having White House News Conferences when the Lamestream Media asks nothing but hostile questions, & then refuses to report the truth or facts accurately," he wrote.
"They get record ratings, & the American people get nothing but Fake News. Not worth the time & effort!" he added.