Fun With Connect The Dots Epstein Trivia

by William Skink

If you haven’t looked into the Epstein shit, man, you’re missing out on the fun.

I mean, how can you truly appreciate all the clever memes out there referencing the commonly held belief that Epstein didn’t kill himself if you don’t understand all the connections and people of influence in strange orbits around one of America’s most prolific pedophiles?

This post will in no way get into all that, but it will highlight how Epstein connects to William Barr through Barr’s dad, Donald, and how Donald Barr wrote a science fiction book called Space Relations that featured rape scenes of teenage girls.

First, who is Donald Barr? From Wikipedia:

Barr served in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II. He was teaching English at Columbia in 1955. He initiated the Columbia University Science Honors Program in 1958 and was its director until 1964. He was headmaster of the Dalton School from 1964 to 1974, when he resigned, citing conflicts with the board of trustees.

During his time at Dalton, Barr is alleged to have had a role in hiring Jeffrey Epstein as a math teacher despite Epstein having dropped out of college and being only 21 years old at the time. It has been noted that Epstein’s crimes are similar to the plot of Barr’s novel Space Relations from 1973.

Pretty amazing, right? And isn’t it cool how Epstein and Trump and Billy C. were all pals and all accused of multiple sexual crimes, and two of ’em are even presidents!

What a story, I’m sure the mainstream media will be all over it.

Speaking of media, the BBC is airing its interview with Virginia Giuffre tonight after Prince Andrew’s PR disaster last month.

You know it’s bad when the Queen cancels your birthday party.

About Travis Mateer

I'm an artist and citizen journalist living and writing in Montana. You can contact me here: willskink at yahoo dot com
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