Was John McCain connected to Jeffrey Epstein? Internet labels old video of wife Cindy ‘simply disgusting’
Host of the award-winning self-titled podcast, Wayne Dupree, recently took to Twitter to share some grave allegations against John McCain and his association with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. "John McCain knew that Epstein was trafficking young girls and raping women and instead of going after him, he peddled a fake dossier about Trump... How many times do you think Johnny Boy flew on Jeff's plane?" Dupree asked over a tweet sharing a video of the late senator's widow Cindy McCain claiming "We all knew about Epstein." And that has now gotten social media wondering just how the McCains were connected to the convicted sex offender.
The video from January 2020 sees Cindy slam authorities for not taking action against Epstein sooner. "Epstein was hiding in plain sight," said Cindy McCain. "We all knew about him. We all knew what he was doing, but we had no one that was — no legal aspect that would go after him. They were afraid of him. For whatever reason, they were afraid of him," she added in her claims during her appearance at the State of the World 2020 conference in Florida.
Citing these claims, Dupree notes on his website, "What a very odd thing for such a powerful and highly-connected woman to admit. This woman was married to arguably one of the most powerful US Senators in the world at the time and she couldn’t figure out a way to legally go after him? Or at the very least call him out every time she was on TV? She couldn’t find a way to write an op-ed in a major newspaper to expose a monster who was trafficking young women to the rich and powerful like plastic sex toys?" He concludes his argument asking: "There was NOTHING someone as powerful as Cindy McCain could do?" And Dupree isn't the only one with these thoughts.
Considering Epstein was exposed to carry on his trafficking ring via connections with all the powerful powerful people on the planet including Prince Andrew, doubts surrounding McCain's involvement with the disgraced financer make sense. But even though there is no concrete evidence of McCain ever hanging out with Epstein, the way President Donald Trump's photos have hit the internet, social media still resonates with Dupree's thoughts.
Taking it to Twitter, users are now spewing hate on the McCains purely because they are people in power and yet did nothing. "It is sick & they stood by & did nothing @MeghanMcCain don't you ever tell us how great your parents were/are!!! Simply disgusting!" Another shaded Cindy about her claims on the video, writing: "She calls Epstein a 'chicken s**t'. She said law didn't seem interested in pursuing him so even tho a girl who went to school with their daughter was one of his victims, they NEVER ONCE used their very public platform to expose him. They were complicit!" Another pointed out: "So, Cindy McCain is admitting to having committed multiple felonies?" A fourth user noted: "John McCain was a bloodthirsty warmongering psychopath and the world is better off without him. Death is nature's cancel culture."
The mysterious circumstances surrounding Epstein's death have also birthed conspiracy theories that claim he was murdered to protect other people in power from being outed as part of his sex trafficking ring. Epstein died by suicide on August 10, 2019, at his cell in the Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York where he was being held on suicide watch after being incarcerated. He allegedly hanged himself but mysteriously enough camera from outside his cell failed to record any footage on the night of his death. Even the guards who were supposed to monitor him every 30 minutes, fell asleep when he died.
As for the allegations against the McCains, a Twitter thread claims it and MEA World Wide (MEAWW) cannot independently verify and does not support the claims made on the Internet.