Hillary Clinton Suspends Comments On Twitter For A Period

You don’t say.

It certainly is raising a lot of eyebrows.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has turned off the ability to comment on her social media profile.

The inability to comment on a Hillary Clinton post occurred right before documents were released implicating that former President Bill Clinton took flights and engaged in vile behavior while with Jeffrey Epstein.

On December 31, 2023 Hillary posted an image of her family on New Year’s Eve of 1999 and made a call to defend democracy.

Commentator Graham Allen was quick to criticize Clinton’s actions, labeling her a “coward” for shutting down public discourse on her platform. “SHAME ON YOU, YOU PIECE OF GARBAGE,” Allen tweeted,

During the evening when the list was released Bill Clinton was seen handing out in the small Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende.

The left was really hoping that former President Donald Trump would be mentioned as one of the frolickers but that just wasn’t the case.

Even more recent documents that were released explain how part of Epstein’s operations was run.

From NBC News:

Another set of unsealed documents related to the late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was released Thursday, many of them focusing on how teen girls were recruited to go to his Florida home.

Some of the depositions released Thursday center on how girls were convinced to go to the home and then were asked to bring friends for additional payment.

One woman who was 16 or 17 at the time said she had no massage experience and no assumption or expectation that the visit would involve sexual activity.

Former Palm Beach police Det. Joseph Recarey, who is now deceased, said in 2016 that Ghislaine Maxwell, now serving 20 years in prison, was involved in seeking girls to give massages and work at Epstein’s home.

Recarey said he interviewed around 33 women, according to a transcript. Only two, who were older, had any massage experience, he said. Most of the girls were younger than 18.

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