Ron DeSantis asked one question about Jeffrey Epstein that had Joe Biden sweating bullets

Feb 26, 2024

Much about the late child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s life remains a mystery.

Florida is about to pull back the curtain.

And Ron DeSantis asked one question about Jeffrey Epstein that had Joe Biden sweating bullets.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is about to shed some light on the mystery surrounding the late child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

He announced that he is going to sign a bill from the Florida Legislature that will release grand jury material from the first investigation into Epstein by local prosecutors.

The bill passed the legislature with unanimous support. 

Epstein’s first criminal case was in Palm Beach County, Florida which began in 2005 surrounded by controversy.

The late child sex trafficker was investigated after a woman claimed that her 14-year-old stepdaughter had been taken to his mansion.

Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter publicly accused the Palm Beach County state prosecutor Barry Krischer of taking it easy on Epstein and called the FBI in for help.

The grand jury in the case only recommended minor charges for Epstein.

Epstein eventually pled guilty in 2008 to state criminal charges of felony solicitation of a prostitute and procuring a girl under the age of 18 for prostitution.

Despite the seriousness of the charges against him, Epstein only received an 18-month jail sentence where he was given work release six days a week.

The subsequent FBI investigation into Epstein resulted in a non-prosecution agreement after his attorneys struck a deal with federal prosecutor Alexander Acosta.

Acosta later said he gave Epstein a sweetheart plea deal because he “belonged to intelligence” and was told to leave the matter alone by unknown higher-ups. 

“All files related to Jeffrey Epstein’s criminal activity should be made public,” DeSantis posted on X. “While the federal government continues to stonewall accountability, I’m glad the Legislature has taken action to release the grand jury material from the Florida state case. I will sign the bill into law.”

The last criminal case against Epstein was at the federal level in 2019.

He died under mysterious circumstances in a New York jail while he was awaiting trial that year.

DeSantis wondered why Biden has not released all the Epstein files yet.

“Why won’t Biden release the federal government’s Epstein files?” DeSantis asked on X.

Ron DeSantis will be able to help shine a light on at least part of the mysterious life of Jeffrey Epstein.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story. 

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