Musk Demands Answers on Epstein ‘Client List’: ‘Shouldn’t at Least One of Them Go Down!?’

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Back in December, Twitter censored and suspended a Twitter account that was following the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell and providing detailed coverage.

Apparently, liberals working behind closed doors at the tech giant weren’t happy about this activity on the social platform.

One person said, “It is also ‘interesting’ that the account tracking the ’s trial got banned when it gained traction. Lovely people indeed.”

Billionaire Elon Musk chimed in and called for the list of Epstein clients to be released. It’s widely speculated that influential people are working to keep Epstein’s client list hidden who allegedly had sexual relations with underage females.

“Where is their “client” list? Shouldn’t at least one of them go down!?” Musk wrote. Here’s a look at the conversation:

Western Journal explains more on the background of this story and Epstein’s “Client List”:

The mainstream media clearly doesn’t want to go after any clients of Epstein and Maxwell’s, since the pair’s liberal-leaning social circle included big-name politicians like former President Bill Clinton and celebrities like Britain’s Prince Andrew and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.

Instead most news outlets, pundits and commentators will content themselves with going after targets like Musk, Republicans at large, and anyone willing to be an outspoken critic of big media.

It’s lazy. It’s vindictive. And social media giants and the corporate gatekeepers of American news have gotten away with it for far too long.

But Musk isn’t letting it go.