Whenever a Democrat faces tough questions, they retaliate. Recently, a journalist dared to ask Hillary Clinton about her husband’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein, the deceased child trafficker.
During her campaign for Democratic mayoral candidate Sheila Jackson Lee in Houston, Texas, independent journalist Alex Rosen confronted Clinton with a question that veered from the usual liberal narrative.
Man dragged out of a Hillary Clinton rally after he asks her “Why did your husband visit Epstein island?”
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 27, 2023
“Hey, Hillary. Why did your husband visit Epstein Island 26 times?” Rosen boldly inquired.
Unsurprisingly, Clinton evaded the question, prompting Rosen to persist. Video footage captured the audience’s astonishment, with some attendees rising from their seats and chanting “Sheila” in an attempt to drown out Rosen.
Security personnel intervened to prevent Rosen from approaching Clinton. In the footage, you can see the independent journalist on the ground, with security guards forcibly escorting him out of the event, as reported by the Post Millennial.
Clinton’s refusal to address Rosen’s question only adds to suspicions of her and her husband’s connection to Epstein, who reportedly took his own life in 2019 while awaiting trial for heinous crimes.
Records indicate that Epstein visited the White House at least 17 times during Bill Clinton’s presidency. Flight logs reveal that the former president, along with his wife, flew to Epstein Island on the infamous “Lolita Express” approximately 26 times.
I am not suicidal.
I did not kill myself.
— Alex Rosen (@iFightForKids) October 27, 2023
Epstein Island, situated in the U.S. Virgin Islands, is notorious for being the site where Epstein and other prominent figures, including celebrities and politicians, allegedly engaged in heinous acts against children. The island has earned the grim moniker “pedophile island.”
After being escorted out of Hillary’s rally, Rosen took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to issue a public statement to his followers, declaring, “I am not suicidal. I did not kill myself.”
This statement alludes to the unfortunate fate that has befallen individuals who claimed to possess incriminating information about the Clinton family and subsequently met untimely ends.