Former President Bill Clinton and billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein were close.
Very, very close.
And a surprising eyewitness has come forward to share one of the biggest Epstein-Clinton secrets yet: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was involved in their relationship as well.
They even brought daughter Chelsea along, too.
It all went down on Epstein’s infamous 10,000-acre “baby-making ranch” in New Mexico, The Daily Mail reported on Wednesday. Epstein reportedly used the ranch to entertain his rich and powerful friends. Authorities suspect he often flew in underage girls on his private jet — dubbed the “Lolita Express” — to the private airport on the estate.
The New York Times reported that Epstein had also consulted top doctors at the ranch about developing a plan to impregnate “20 women at a time” to “seed” the human race with his DNA.
An eyewitness — Epstein’s security expert Jared Kellogg — told The Daily Mail all about the Clintons frequent visits and Epstein’s strange security requests.
Kellog said he was hired by, and answered directly to, Epstein’s New Mexico ranch estate manager Brice Gordon.
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“But what was weird was that the whole time I was on-site, Brice would be bragging about how the Clintons would visit, the whole family. Not just Bill, but Bill, his wife, their kid, and they would stay on the ranch itself,” he told The Daily Mail.
Epstein had an entire Western small village replica built on the ranch for his guests, “and when you’re walking through it, it feels like you’re walking through the 1800s,” Kellogg said.
“I was saying how cool the replica houses were, they’re pretty neat like the 1800s,” Kellogg said. “[Brice] said: ‘Yeah, they’re built for guests, we get a lot of visitors. It’s really cool the Clintons come out and hang out [with Epstein].'”
Kellogg said certain areas of the New Mexico estate were considered off-limits and were restricted, even though he was the security expert.
Epstein was clear that he didn’t want certain areas to be filmed — including where the Clinton family frequently stayed.
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“My access was very controlled,” he said. “During the site walk, it was dictated where I could and couldn’t go. There were certain facilities I wasn’t allowed to go in, which was odd, as they were boarded up, and they looked like they could have big parties in them, but I didn’t think much of it.”
“They wanted to put very, very limited camera coverage on the main house itself,” Kellogg told The Daily Mail.
“I was going to put up a couple of cameras on the exterior of the main entrance,” he continued. “At the main entrance, there’s a downward slope at the back that goes into the basement. I was able to briefly go in. There was a long hallway to a big foyer and there was a door and that was about it.”
“The two guest houses…” including the one the Clinton family frequently visited “…I was not permitted to go into.”
“Due to security reasons, I wasn’t permitted to even put a camera location on the drawing that we would then have on our records,” Kellogg said. “What is odd is that as a security professional, for me to give the best protection I can give a customer, I need the full layout of the land. I need to see the nooks and crannies, all the blind spots.”
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“They were limiting that access,” he said.
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