Why would Fox News hide the rest of Epstein’s flight logs?

The entire internet seems to think that Bill Clinton took 26 flights on Jeff Epstein’s Boeing 727. There is no public evidence of this, however. All the sources that discuss these supposed 26 flights reference a May 13, 2016 article from Malia Zimmerman at Fox News:

“Former President Bill Clinton was a much more frequent flyer on a registered sex offender’s infamous jet than previously reported, with flight logs showing the former president taking at least 26 trips aboard the “Lolita Express” — even apparently ditching his Secret Service detail for at least five of the flights, according to records obtained by FoxNews.com.” – Malia Zimmerman, May 13, 2016.

The flights of Bill Clinton that we know about were released by Bradley Edwards, a lawyer for some of Epstein’s victims. There are nowhere near 26 in them- count for yourself. Of course Malia isn’t claiming there’s 26 flights in these documents; she’s saying she’s seen additional documents.

If Fox News indeed obtained additional records of Epstein’s flights, why didn’t they release them? There are only a few reasons. 1. They lied and made up a story again. 2. They are protecting Epstein’s network.

The public is starting to figure out that “liberal” and “conservative” media is all a mirage. Sure, places like Fox News, and (pick your own liberal example) bring the public plenty of content designed to outrage their audience, but when it really comes down to it, they are on the same team.

In fact, at the time the story was written in 2016, Fox News was owned by 21st Century Fox. “On July 27, 2018, 21st Century Fox shareholders agreed to sell the majority of its assets to Disney for $71.3 billion.” That’s right, the same Disney Corporation that owned ABC, that spiked the story on Jeffrey Epstein.

Fox will go at the Clintons to an extent that it benefits Republicans at the polls, but does not provide any real basis for prosecution of the Clintons. If that happened, the Clintons would in turn tell everything they know about crime in the Republican party. And then if the mechanisms that control America’s political parties are exposed, that leaves no cover for the transnational crime groups which also control the multinational media, a key to their continuing prosperity.

Consider Fox News’ reporting of Vince Foster. Fourteen years after Foster’s death, in the run-up to the 2008 Presidential election. “On the July 22 (2007) edition of Fox News’ Hannity’s America, teasing a segment on ‘the mysterious death of Vince Foster,’ host Sean Hannity asked: ‘Did a close friend of Hillary Clinton commit suicide, or was it a massive coverup?’” And then Hannity dropped it.

Turns out Russia didn’t have to worry about Hillary in 2008 anyway because of the rise of Barack Obama. As Buck Sexton recently said, “Russia invaded eastern Ukraine, picked off Crimea, and shot an airliner out of the sky killing hundreds of civilians *WHILE OBAMA WAS PRESIDENT* And none of that got 1/1000th of the attention or outrage from the media that Trump’s phone call with Zelensky has.” It’s hard to argue with that. IMO, Russia/Fox News media policy can be described as “anyone but Hillary,” as Hillary would likely have taken a much harder line against Russia than either Obama or Trump. In any case, Russia didn’t want her, and Fox abides- but only to an extent to swing elections, not “lock her up” for real. If that was the case, they wouldn’t obsess over her emails.

There’s more than enough information on fbicover-up.com to convict Hillary Clinton of Obstruction of Justice in the investigation of Vince Foster. It’s proof, not conspiracy theory. I don’t mean maybe. How many of you regular Fox News viewers know that the DailyMail reported in August 2016 that FBI files on the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s handling of Foster’s documents had gone missing from the National Archives? But I’m sure you know of every detail of her mishandling of emails that would have resulted in a slap on the wrist if she was convicted. It’s politics, not prosecution.

I said earlier that one of the possibilities why Fox News would not release the supposed extra Epstein flights is because they lied and made up a story again. That’s exactly what Malia Zimmerman is accused of doing in a lawsuit by Rod Wheeler. She and Ed Butwosky falsely attributed comments to Rod Wheeler regarding Seth Rich. Those two had a source, Seymour Hersh, who in turn claimed to have a source in the FBI. Those two did not want to be honest about the sourcing for an article on Seth Rich, and conspired to find a way to attribute their information to Rod Wheeler.

So which one is it, Fox News viewers, is Fox lying or are they covering up up for Epstein’s network? The additional flights, if they exist, would surely expose more than Bill Clinton.

On the last line of Zimmerman’s article on the supposed flight logs Fox News had obtained, Zimmerman quoted Alan Garten, a lawyer of Trump: “There was no relationship between Jeffrey Epstein and Donald Trump,” he said. “They were not friends and they did not socialize together.”

That was May 13, 2016. “Katie Johnson” had filed a rape lawsuit against Jeff Epstein and Donald Trump April 26, 2016. Malia didn’t mention it.