Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) urged the formation of a committee to investigate the list of powerful people included in Ghislaine Maxwell’s client list, and any possible Clinton Foundation connections, following the Epstein madam’s sentencing earlier this week.
“You know what else would be very good committee hearings? Investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s friends who enjoyed the hard work of this madam, who handed over minors to powerful men for sexual pleasure,” Rep. Greene responded after Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday.
Rep. Greene was referring to the long list of powerful people who visited Little St. James, Epstein’s private Virgin Island property dubbed “Pedophile Island” by locals.
Former US President Bill Clinton’s name appeared on flight logs for Epstein’s plane, dubbed the Lolita Express, at least 26 times.
“Maxwell named the Clinton Foundation as an organization she worked with,” Greene continued.
During her lawsuit against Maxwell, Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre asked the court to have Maxwell turn over financial records, specifically ones regarding “any source of funding for the TerraMar Project or any other not-for-profit entities with which you are associated, including but not limited to, funding received from the Clinton Global Initiative, the Clinton Foundation (a/k/a William J. Clinton Foundation, a/k/a/ the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation), and the Clinton Foundation Climate Change Initiative.”
An anonymous friend of Maxwell’s also described meeting Clinton Foundation execs during a party at Maxwell’s apartment in New York City in 2005, where former Clinton Foundation adviser Doug Band was in attendance.