Elon Musk asks why ‘leaking’ Justice Department won’t spill Epstein and Maxwell’s client list


Elon Musk has questioned why billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s client list has not been released by the ‘leaking’ Justice Department.

Musk, 50, shared a meme of ‘things I’ll never see in my life,’ showing pictures of a dragon, a dinosaur, a unicorn, and text reading ‘The Epstein/Maxwell client list.’

‘Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?’ Musk tweeted. ‘Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so.’

The Justice Department came under scrutiny after it was revealed it conducted several leaks and borderline aggressive investigations on reporters and adversaries of then-President Trump.

During her trial last year, Ghislaine Maxwell turned down a deal offered by the prosecution that would have lessened her sentence in exchange for the names of those in Epstein’s sex trafficking network.

Maxwell maintained her innocence throughout the proceedings but was convicted in December. A bid to appeal the conviction was dismissed in May. 

Tesla boss Elon Musk questioned why late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s client list has not been released by the ‘leaking’ Department of Justice

Taking to Twitter on Sunday, Musk, 50, shared a meme of 'Things I'll never see in my life,' showing pictures of a dragon, a dinosaur, a unicorn, and text reading 'The Epstein/Maxwell client list

Taking to Twitter on Sunday, Musk, 50, shared a meme of ‘Things I’ll never see in my life,’ showing pictures of a dragon, a dinosaur, a unicorn, and text reading ‘The Epstein/Maxwell client list

Epstein’s ‘black book,’ first published by the defunct news site Gawker in 2015, included the names of several powerful and influential people, and a brief description of their relationship with the pedophile. 

Among those in the address book are former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, Trump’s ex-wife and daughter Ivana and Ivanka, former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and John Kerry and Hollywood director Woody Allen. 

People named in the book have not been accused or associated with crimes committed by Epstein and Maxwell. 

After Musk’s tweet on Saturday, a Twitter user replied with a picture of Musk and Maxwell at a Vanity Fair party. 

‘Ah yes, Maxwell photobombing me at a @VanityFair’s Oscar Party – you should them why they invited her,’ Musk tweeted.

‘The same people who push this photo say nothing about prominent people who actually went to his island a dozen times. Also very strange …’

During her trial last year, Ghislaine Maxwell turned down a deal offered by the prosecution that would have lessened her sentence in exchange for the names of those in Epstein's sex trafficking network

During her trial last year, Ghislaine Maxwell turned down a deal offered by the prosecution that would have lessened her sentence in exchange for the names of those in Epstein’s sex trafficking network

After Musk's tweet on Saturday, a Twitter user replied with a picture of Musk and Maxwell at a Vanity Fair party

After Musk’s tweet on Saturday, a Twitter user replied with a picture of Musk and Maxwell at a Vanity Fair party

Musk earlier made waves saying he has a ‘super bad feeling’ about the economy, in an email to Tesla executives seen by Reuters. 

The message, sent on Thursday and titled ‘pause all hiring worldwide,’ came two days after the billionaire told staff to return to the workplace or leave, and adds to a growing chorus of warnings from business leaders about the risks of recession.

Tesla shares fell 9 percent on Friday after the Reuters report. The tech-heavy Nasdaq was down about 2 percent.

In another email to employees on Friday, Musk said Tesla will be reducing salaried headcount by 10 percent, as it has become ‘overstaffed in many areas.’ But ‘hourly headcount will increase,’ he said.

‘Note, this does not apply to anyone actually building cars, battery packs or installing solar,’ Musk wrote in the email seen by Reuters.

Almost 100,000 people were employed at Tesla and its subsidiaries at the end of 2021, its annual SEC filing showed. It did not break down numbers of salaried and hourly workers. 

Musk then backtracked from the email on Saturday, saying that the electric vehicle maker’s total headcount will increase over the next 12 months, but the number of salaried staff should be little changed. 

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