Watch Sen Kennedy Go There, Grilling Wray About Those Important Epstein Names – RedState

FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee in regard to his yearly budget request on Wednesday.. 

They are so many problematic issues that have come out about the FBI over the past few years. If Wray thought he was going to come and just get to propound on how he wants money, he would have been sadly mistaken. But yes, he wanted money: $11.3 billion for fiscal year 2025, including $661 million more than 2023.

I’m thinking that there was one question he didn’t think he was going to get. 

But Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) went there. He said they know Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell “were engaged in a conspiracy of sex trafficking with minors.” 

“So were others,” Kennedy continued. “What’s the FBI doing to investigate the other people that were involved in these sex trafficking rings?” 

Wray stammered and said he wasn’t sure he could confirm anything. 

Kennedy noted that it’s been reported that “Jeffrey Epstein had video surveillance in all of his homes and on his private island.” Kennedy said that Epstein “videotaped sex acts with prominent people….with young girls that he had procured,” in order to be able to curry favor with them and potentially blackmail them. 

“Do you have those tapes?” Kennedy asked. 

Wray said he wasn’t sure that he could comment on anything. Which is to say, they still refuse to say they’re doing anything. Chances then that they are doing anything? Chances of hell freezing over, probably. 

Kennedy mentioned that a lawsuit had just been filed by someone, against someone alleged to be one of the “prominent people.” 

He appeared to have been referring to this:

A former model and Jeffrey Epstein accuser is now alleging that prominent psychiatrist Henry Jarecki was a pal of the disgraced financier who raped her rather than treat her complaints of depression, according to a new lawsuit filed in federal court in New York.

Jarecki, 91, is a longtime Yale University professor, an author, the co-founder of Moviefone and a billionaire metals trader, in addition to his medical background.

Kennedy said he wanted to know if these “prominent people” were “above the law” or were being investigated? 

Wray came out with the hilarious canard, “No one is above the law,” even as we’ve seen somehow a lot of people do seem above the law if they have a “D” after their names or are on the left. Oh, and people in child sex rings are also above the law, too, apparently. 

Kennedy just tries to get an answer if the general question is being investigated, and Wray responded, “I’m not sure there’s anything I can share with you on that,” but he said he’d have to get back to him on that. Chances he does? I wouldn’t bet on it.  Kennedy said Wray should read about this latest matter, “It will trigger your gag reflex.”

“Is the FBI investigating this, or are these prominent people going to go scot-free?” Kennedy asked. 

The FBI has been on a manhunt to go after everyone involved in Jan. 6, even if some only committed misdemeanors, unlike how many leftist protests/riots were dealt with. The FBI seems to have no trouble going after grandmothers who protest at abortion clinics and locking them up. 

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) grilled Wray in December about reports that the FBI hadn’t pursued a case, even when a victim brought it to them repeatedly, with information. She also wanted the flight logs. 

Epstein clients who were allegedly on video, in Epstein lists, and even complained about by alleged victims, seem to get a pass. And the FBI plays these “I’ll get back to you” games. 


Blackburn Puts Wray Under Hot Lamp on Epstein, Flight Logs, Sex Trafficking, Not Pursuing Certain Cases