Prince Andrew’s Ex Needs to Shut Up.
comes from The Daily Mail:
1. “Ms Ferguson insisted the Duke of York is ‘the best man I know’, and blasted the ‘nonsense’ claims that surround him resulting from his friendship with paedophile billionaire Jeffery Epstein.”
2. And the former Duchess of York lent support to the current Duchess of Sussex, saying she knows how hard it is to be in the media spotlight, telling Vogue: ‘I have been in Meghan’s shoes, and I still am.’
3. “To see such a wonderful man go through such enormous pain. He is the best man I know.
‘It’s just incredible what he has done for Britain, and it’s all nonsense, so I talk about familyhood, and I’m very strong about it.’
What has he done for Britain? Please explain, Fergie.
I’m furious. On the list! Imagine being that stupid. Nonsense? Are you brain-washed? Is the royal family running a cult?
This podcast is important to us. Why is that? because we’re not only journalists, we are mums, I have nieces, my friends have daughters.
We are women and the thing is we’ve been seeing all these articles this all this about it and they keep using the term underage women and that wrong it was raping children 14-year-olds with braces on sinking and then that same 14-year-old has admitted that she went on to procure between 1780 other girls.
This is just so massive on a global scale so what we thought we do it is the ultimate deep dive we need to get into the beginning of all this family but will also be telling you what it saying was doing in the 70s and 80s as well.
It is about the victims, that’s why were here with this. I’m sick of reading about Prince Andrew just running around living his normal life & where the hell is that TV interview with Ghislaine?
Do you think Epstein killed himself? Was Epstein murdered? What about Epstein’s Clinton painting? Why was Epstein taken off suicide watch? Can Prince Andrew sweat? Did Prince Andrew step down?
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