"I made close to 2,000 phone calls total. I spoke to billionaires, CEOs, bankers, models, celebrities, scientists, a Kennedy, and some of Epstein’s closest friends and confidants. I sat on my couch and phoned up royalty, spoke to ambassadors, irritated a senior adviser at Blackstone, and left squeaky voicemails for what must constitute a considerable percentage of the world oligarchy. At times the book felt like a dark palantir, giving me glimpses of dreadful, haunted dimensions that my soft, gentle, animal being was never supposed to encounter. At other times it was nearly the opposite, almost grotesquely boring and routine. Seeing at close range the mundanity of Epstein and his fellow elites–how simple and childish they could be–was a sickening experience of its own. The worst call by far was with a woman who told me she’d been groped by Epstein, an incident she said she didn’t report at the time out of fear of retribution from Epstein. (I have been aggressively counseled to remind the readers of Mother Jones that an appearance in the address book is not evidence of any crime, or of complicity in any crime, or of knowledge of any crime.)" Quote from Mother Jones:
Imagine not changing your number knowing this book of phone numbers is available to see. I call b.s.
Somebody loan me or get me a copy this supposed black "book"... that I'm betting ol Jeffy's still using today back @ Israel HQ.... lol
I got a couple throw-away LG burners and a free 3 day weekend... I'll diligently, methodically see all about the when's, the what's, the where's, & the real who's that actually, if any, get contacted.....
First response for any & all that actually answer, "Yo, Hello ____________, sorry to bother but Is Jeff there? It's very important I speak to him about a new hiding locale for him!"
be really fakked-up if the other end said... "Ya, Hang on minute, I'll get him"