Tesla CEO Elon Musk has called for the release of Jeffrey Epstein’s client list, with a post on Twitter.
The post featured a meme with the caption “Things I’ll never see in my life,” along with pictures of a fire-breathing dragon, a dinosaur, a unicorn, and the Epstein/Maxwell client list.
In the tweet, Musk said that the Department of Justice (DOJ) had not leaked the list, and that no one in the media seemed to care. He questioned the oddness of the situation and asked why at least one of Epstein’s clients had not been prosecuted.
Musk’s comments came after a Twitter user commented on the lack of coverage surrounding Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial. The user stated that it was “interesting” that the account tracking the trial had been banned when it gained traction. Musk replied, asking where Epstein’s “client list” was, and why none of them had been held accountable for their actions.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates recently broke his silence on his relationship with Epstein, saying that he did not realize that by having meetings with Epstein, he would be seen as giving him credibility. Gates said that he made a huge mistake in not understanding this at the time. However, Gates’ wife, Melinda Gates, told CBS Gayle King that she did not approve of her husband’s meetings with Epstein.
She said that she had met Epstein “exactly one time” and regretted it from the second she stepped in the door. She described Epstein as “abhorrent” and “evil personified” and said that she had nightmares about the encounter afterwards.
The release of Epstein’s client list has been a subject of interest for some time, with many wondering if it will reveal any high-profile individuals who were involved in his illegal activities. Musk’s call for the release of the list adds to the growing pressure on the DOJ to make it public.