So it looks like someone sent a ringer to the lawyers for the victims of the Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell human trafficking ring with a cover story of having worked for Epstein and having copies of the infamous blackmail tapes.
This story by Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Emily Steel, Jacob Bernstein, and David Enrich of the New York Times is clearly intended to exonerate Alan Dershowitz and to validate his accusations against David Boies.
Descriptions in the later half of the article clearly indicate a strategy by the New York Times “investigators” to force Boies to denounce Pottinger, otherwise be accused of endorsing Pottinger’s ostensible “unethical” behavior.
In the grand scheme of things, none of this should matter. It’s not the job of David Boies nor John Pottinger to bring justice to the victims of Ghislaine Maxwell’s and Jeffrey Epstein’s human trafficking ring. Their job is to make money for their clients and themselves. Whether or not they crossed any ethical lines is irrelevant and meaningless at this level of power anyway. Real power does not care about ethics, nor morality. Ethics are for the middle class.
The responsibility for justice is squarely on the FBI, the Southern District of New York, and Attorney General William Barr – which are reported to have the videotapes from Epstein’s Manhattan residence labelled “[Name] + [Young Name].”
The New York Times has done virtually no reporting on these tapes seized from Epstein’s residence. Instead, the New York Times has aided Alan Dershowitz, Epstein’s former private attorney, in his legal fight against David Boies.
Which shows that the New York Times is not engaged in “journalism” in the public interest, nor in “journalism” in the interests of justice in the Ghislaine Maxwell-Jeffrey Epstein human trafficking ring.
The New York Times is instead engaged in the cover up, by obscuring the legal case, the complicity of Attorney General William Barr, Geoff Berman, the Southern District of New York, and the FBI in the inaction on the legal case and the evidence seized from Jeffrey Epstein’s residence.
The motivations of New York Times “journalists” Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Emily Steel, Jacob Bernstein, and David Enrich can be explained by what they choose to cover, and what they choose not to.
Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Emily Steel, Jacob Bernstein, and David Enrich have chosen to promote the agenda of Alan Dershowitz in his fight against David Boies, while ignoring the public officials that actually have a responsibility to the public.
Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Emily Steel, Jacob Bernstein, and David Enrich have chosen to hint at private conspiracy theories instead of analysis of what is on the public record. And the ethnic agenda at play is also obvious to see, but of course cannot be discussed.
Such is the state of “journalism.”
The story also illustrates the banality of our elites. While it’s impossible to truly understand the positions of David Boies and John Stanley Pottinger by this comically biased New York Times story, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that Boies and Pottinger were outwitted by this “Patrick Kessler” who could very well have simply been a ringer working for Dershowitz and Barak, sent to tantalize these profit-seeking private attorneys with non-existent “evidence” to poison the private case.
Boies is in his 70s, and Pottinger uses “emojis” in his text messages. These two old fogeys couldn’t tell a “hacker” from an actor, nor could they even begin to distinguish an authentic photograph vs. a Photoshop – not even from the pixels.
Such is the decadent, clueless elite that retains power strictly because of the global central-banking cartel and a complicit, compliant media led by “journalists” like the New York Times’ Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Emily Steel, Jacob Bernstein, and David Enrich.