Former President Bill Clinton regularly brought his entire family to the New Mexico ranch of deceased child sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, according to a security expert who worked on the estate.
Bill, Hillary and even their daughter Chelsea reportedly showed up at Epstein’s cowboy-themed Zorro Ranch many times. Bill was supposedly Epstein’s best celebrity pal, and the former commander-in-chief would often sleep at the guest house on Epstein’s massive estate.
Security expert Jared Kellogg was brought in by long-time estate manager Brice Gordon to set up a sophisticated camera system to better protect the property. He dished the dirt on the Clintons in an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail.
“My contact was Brice, their main concern was that there was no video surveillance on the property at all. I thought this was a simple request, as they wanted surveillance to protect their investment. It’s a huge site,” Kellogg said.
Kellogg claimed that Gordon talked incessantly about how Epstein brought the Clintons over to the estate. He apparently considered it a point of personal pride to have worked with next to such a prestigious family.
“But what was weird was that the whole time I was on site, Brice would be bragging about how the Clintons would visit, the whole family. Not just Bill, but Bill, his wife, their kid, and they would stay on the ranch itself,” he added.
Kellogg described the lavish setting that was built by Epstein at his ranch, which looked incredibly authentic.
“He had built this Western replica village with a saloon, barn houses, old school house and when you’re walking through it, it feels like you’re walking through the 1800s,” Kellogg said. “His biggest concern was monitoring and covering that area, so my main focus was mounting cameras on poles to cover the driveways, walkways, the ins and outs of each house and facilities.”
“It was like Westworld, it’s like they built a functioning movie set, they put a lot of thought and detail into it, the flooring and facilities in there. I was saying how cool the replica houses were, they’re pretty neat like the 1800s,” he added.
It was previously discovered that Epstein, who was obsessed with eugenics, had planned to transform his New Mexico ranch into a compound where he could seed women with his own DNA:
According to the Times, the property was also central to Epstein’s larger scheme to disseminate his genes. Epstein reportedly cozied up to the biggest names in the scientific field, including but not limited to: Late physicist Stephen Hawking; neurologist Oliver Sacks; Jaron Lanier, a founding father of virtual reality; and, George M. Church, who is, to quote the Times, “a molecular engineer who has worked to identify genes that could be altered to create superior humans.” He reportedly jetted members of this genius cohort out to his private Caribbean island, Little St. James (“Pedophile Island”), threw them lavish dinner parties, and poured money into their research projects in an effort to get their ear—all the while, peppering conversation with mention of his weird (but apparently legal?) baby farm plan…
In fact, Lanier reportedly suggested to the Times, “he had the impression that Mr. Epstein was using the dinner parties—where some guests were attractive women with impressive academic credentials—to screen candidates to bear Mr. Epstein’s children.”
According to the report, Epstein was interested not only in eugenics—the belief, most often associated with Nazis, in bettering human populations through selective breeding to control for certain traits—but also in cryogenics. He reportedly wanted his head and penis frozen post-mortum, so that he could be resurrected at some point in the future.
It is unknown whether Clinton, whose illicit sexual exploits have been in the public record for decades, wanted to get in on this mass insemination project.
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