Jeffrey Epstein was a serial child sex offender. He died in August last year under suspicious circumstances and committed his crimes out in the open. Many people knew of his illegal behaviour, so who were these enablers? And will the women who are violated as children get justice? Just a reminder about this podcast, the content can be disturbing.
Hello. It’s Lisa from the Prince and the Pervert podcast here. Now I don’t know about you guys, but I am one of those people who cannot pretend things are okay when they’re not.
So, at the moment, I’m a little bit annoyed more than normal because I’m at home. So, firstly, I was at Jen’s house this morning and we were in the laundry recording with Bobby from the Jeffrey Epstein podcast.
We had a few issues with Zoom and the Internet kept falling out. Whatever, her laundry, it also faces West, so by the time we finished we were there for about half an hour were both covered in sweat and dying and dehydrated.
But that’s okay but when Jen gets home, the introduction that we recorded was totally corrupted. We sound like aliens. There are are issues with the main file, so I thought well I check mine not you can barely hear it!
So I’m redoing the intro here and she’s doing some magic on the interview with Bobby. Now to do this intro, I have to have a degree of silence, so my husband, I thought was minding his own business. I shut the front door and I just said: “darling, I’m going to record now, I’m shutting the front door.”
So I shut it & then I can hear him again, so I went out to me and he was on the phone, I think, to my dad. So I said to him: “Can you please go across the road or into the backyard?”
Do you know where he went? Right next to my bedroom, which is where I’m recording from, so I had to go out and ask him again. But as I was coming back, I tripped on one of the chairs on the front Veranda.
I fell forward and landed in another chair now. I’m one of those people who has chronic pain all the time, so it wasn’t the best outcome for me. So I’m hoping this all works out in the end. Working from home is not what it’s cracked up to be because sometimes your workmates rebel.
But we were really pleased to have eventually gotten Bobby from Las Vegas down the line from to us near Sydney.
We think that you’ll enjoy it, he is one of the few journalists who has been near Epstein’s “baby ranch” and he’s gonna tell us about the property. It’s virtually in the middle of nowhere. It sounds absolutely terrifying.
But he’s a wealth of knowledge about Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew & he spends 14 hours a day on his podcast, sometimes producing three episodes a day.
As we said, with us to it’s a seven-day-a-week job, so I hope you do enjoy this and please look for the Jeffrey Epstein Show podcast in all your major platforms.
I hope you’re all doing okay, don’t fall over your front chairs on the balcony, it’s terrible.
Alright, all the best. enjoy!
Lisa: Bobby, thank you so much for agreeing to speak with us. We are fan-girdling our hearts out tonight. Certainly. There’s not a lot of us in the Epstein world.
Bobby: And it’s one of those things that I try to drive home a regular basis, that this case is deserving of so much more media. Then yes that’s why I started podcasting.
Lisa: same with Jen & I because we are frustrated with the mainstream media. I didn’t want the story to die and before Prince Andrew’s interview, I thought it was going to die.
Bobby: It looked like they were trying to use their usual under the rug and make sure that the public only had just a little bit of the story and that’s the way the media operate in America. And everything so I am overly detached from any sort of legacy media influences at this point.
Jen: it seems a little bit different in Australia, in such as the links in the case don’t really touch. There’s no real main players here except for the fact that people now know Virginia lives here. But the royal family is of interest where because we are part of the Commonwealth, you know the Empire. It’s starting to filter into all the women’s mags.
Lisa: our media has had a lot more balls I think we’ve got a lot more editorial independence and that means that journos won’t be told what slant to be put on their stories.
Bobby: something I really respect that Australia in general, they are right you, guy. And Australians aren’t here and I think it’s really great how the Australian address because you’re in America as you well know there’s a symbiotic relationship between the intelligence and the media.
We have seen it over and over and over again in United States of America and now we’ll, they are so brazen about what they do. They don’t care because you’re not trying to be there.
I haven’t missed one single day, that’s my birthday, that’s Christmas, that is Thanksgiving, not one single day and I plan on keeping on podcasting.
Nobody would’ve ever expected because this is of me, it’s so out of the realm of things. But it’s just one of those cases that once I started researching. It really is.
Jen: we’ve been having nightmares.
Bobby: I’m good friends with Maria Farmer and actually hearing the story from her, it is so absolutely mindbendingly disgusting what happened to these girl & that nobody cared.
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