Why I keep bringing up Jeffrey Epstein

Your corporations blast pornography into the public square. Your sports leagues groom young girls to think sex with strangers is empowering. Your “educators” and politicians inflict sexual “education” on children, against the wishes of their parents. This “educational material” is so graphic, the live broadcast of the Washington State legislative debates included a warning label: “Mature Subject Matter – Viewer Discretion Advised”. Yet the legislature voted it into the classroom of every public school in the State of Washington.

Sexual Revolutionary Elites, your allies in higher education have conscripted generations of college students as shock troops for your cause. You divert their attention from your shameless exploitation and keep them focused on your preferred scapegoats the “Religious Right.” You used your microphone in the media to cover up Epstein’s crimes. You are seemingly more concerned about who leaked the cover-up story, than about the cover-up itself.

You notice how I said “seemingly.”  That is an old habit. I generally avoid making rash statements that I cannot prove. But in an environment of massive cover-up, certainty is no longer possible. I’m not in a court of law where I have to prove your crimes beyond a reasonable doubt. I am in the court of Public Opinion. And we have reached a verdict on the Ruling Class and the Sexual Revolution.

We believe you are capable of any crime, including perjury, rape, pedophilia and murder. You have abused our good will. You have used up the benefit of the doubt.

  We will give a respectful hearing to internet conspiracy theories we would have dismissed only a short time ago. When in doubt about sexual crimes or cover-ups by the Ruling Class, the presumption goes against you. In a pinch, all ties go to the guy in the tinfoil hat, not the guy in the designer business suit.

“Jeffry Epstein didn’t kill himself.” Whenever you see that meme, understand what the people of this country are telling you. We don’t trust you. We don’t believe you.

 And you have only yourselves to blame.

I’m Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, for the Ruth Institute. I’ll see you next time.

This is the text of Day 1: Week 4, of Dr. J’s Daily Chats, recorded on May 18, 2020.

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