Epstein Leaker Breaks Silence, Says She Was Fired By New CBS Job After ABC Hunted Her Down


The media again proves themselves incestuous and willing to cover each other’s asses to hide wrongdoing.

How many outlets had the Epstein story? I’ll bet more than one but by far ABC seems to have come closest to blowing the scandal wide open.

Now, remember it didn’t meet their journalistic standards which ring so hollow. Something else was happening around that time if you recall – Hillary was running neck and neck with Trump.

Coincidence? Who knows.

But what we know is that this brave woman leaked the tape to try to bring justice and expose the media’s role in the entire Epstein scandal as well as other metoo era debacles they have been covering up for years.

And for her bravery, she was first hunted down by ABC (she left for a job at CBS) and then after she was found she fired from CBS. Cowards.

From Washington Examiner:

She also alleged that Epstein, the convicted sex offender who was found dead in his jail cell in August, may have been murdered, which has been a frequent conspiracy theory since his death.

 “It was unbelievable what we had. Clinton, we had everything,” Robach was caught saying. “I tried for three years to get it on to no avail. And now it’s all coming out, and it’s like these new revelations, and I freaking had all of it.”

The data haven’t taught Buttigieg anything about the people he governs. As long as Mayor Pete relies entirely on data, the one thing the numbers do show is that they’ll keep him out of the White House.

The woman who obtained the video, Ashley Bianco, 25, was a former producer for Good Morning America. She had left that position prior to getting the video and was an Emmy-winning producer for CBS This Morning, but CBS News fired her after ABC News was able to confirm that she was the person who accessed the video.

In an interview with Megyn Kelly, she said, “[Project Veritas] released the video, you know, and I was shocked. But I didn’t think anything of it.” She later added that she had only been at CBS News for four days before getting fired by the network.

“I begged, I pleaded. I didn’t know what I had done wrong, and I just I wasn’t even given the professional courtesy to defend myself. I didn’t know what I had been accused of. It was humiliating. It was devastating,” Bianco said.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here