DETECTIVE: Bill Clinton Was on Numerous Epstein Flights Where Underage Girls Were Dressed Like Candy Stripers (VIDEO)

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by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:

Investigative reporter Conchita Sarnoff, the author of “Trafficking” on the Jeffrey Epstein case, joined Shannon Bream in July to discuss the Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest. Sarnoff is a leading expert on the Epstein scandals.

During their discussion Sarnoff told Shannon Bream that Bill Clinton flew on the Lolita Express 27 times.

Then she dropped this BOMB!…

Sarnoff said that ALMOST EVERY TIME that Clinton was on the plane via the pilot logs there were underage girls on the plane.

Conchita said Clinton refused her request for an interview.

Conchita Sarnoff: I know from the pilot logs. And these were pilot logs that were written by different pilots at different times, that Clinton went, he was a guest of Epstein 27 times… Many times Clinton had his Secret Service with him and many he did not. Almost every time Clinton’s name is on the pilot log, there are underage girls.

Conchita Sarnoff also said BILL CLINTON IS LYING about his limited contact with Jeffrey Epstein.

On Saturday night Miami detective Mike Fiston joined Jesse Watters on Watters World to discuss the Epstein investigation.

Fiston interviewed Epstein’s pilots during his investigation. One co-pilot told Fiston that Bill Clinton flew on the plane often with underage girls.

Mike Fiston: He told me the stewardesses on the planes were very young girls. He couldn’t tell me if they were 15, 16, 17. He didn’t know their ages but they were very young. Definitely not over 18.

Jesse Watters: And Bill Clinton was on those flights?

Mike Fiston: Numerous times. And the way these girls were dressed, he would describe them as candy stripers.

Jesse Watters: You’re saying on the flights that Bill Clinton was on with Jeffrey Epstein, the stewardesses many of them were underage were dressed as candy stripers?

Mike Fiston: Correct 26 times I believe.

Via Watters World:

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