Elon Musk: Why ‘Leaking’ DOJ Won’t Spill Epstein Client List

Elon Musk recently went on Twitter to ask if anyone else was bothered about how quiet the “leaking” Justice Department is concerning Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein. Musk is the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla and says the Department of Justice (DOJ), which gained notoriety for ‘leaks’ when former President Trump was in office, has been noticeably silent about the now-deceased convicted pedophile.

Musk tweeted, “Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?” Musk currently has 96.5 million followers. Also, in the tweet, Musk shared a graphic that showed what appeared to be a dinosaur, unicorn, and a dragon with the words, “The Epstein/Maxwell client list.”

“Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so,” added Musk in a subsequent tweet.

Epstein’s former lover and assistant, Ghislaine Maxwell, was convicted of recruiting and grooming teenage girls to be sexually abused by him. She was convicted on December 29 and is scheduled to be sentenced at a hearing on June 28.

Maxwell disputed the impartiality of a juror who had failed to disclose he was a sexual abuse victim. A federal judge has denied her an appeal to overturn the conviction and order a retrial. The 60-year-old faces a maximum sentence of 55 years in prison.

Jeffrey Epstein died in 2019 after an alleged suicide in a Manhattan jail while awaiting a federal sex trafficking trial. He had pleaded not guilty to abusing and paying girls as young as 14 for sex acts under the guise of “massages.”

The alleged offenses happened in locations including his Manhattan and Palm Beach, Florida, residences between 2002-2005. The financier reportedly killed himself in jail after spending the prior weeks convincing the prison guards that he would not try to commit suicide.

Musk says he may die “under mysterious circumstances”

Last month, Elon Musk garnered attention on social media for claiming he might die “under mysterious circumstances.” He continued, “Sometimes I think my list of enemies is too short, so…”. He appeared to refer to a threat from the chief of Russia’s space agency. “If I die under mysterious circumstance, it’s been nice knowing ya,” he tweeted.

The ominous tweet followed Musk’s retweet of a message from Dmitry Rogozin, who accused him of being “involved in supplying the fascist forces in Ukraine with military communication equipment.” Rogozin continued, “And for this, Elon, you will be held accountable like an adult — no matter how much you’ll play the fool.” Rogozin is the former deputy Russian prime minister who now captains the country’s space agency.

In February, Mr. Musk provided SpaceX Starlink terminals to Ukraine after they were requested by top government officials who feared Ukraine would lose internet access due to the Russian attacks. Starlink terminals receive internet from SpaceX’s 2,000 satellites. This allows users to access the internet even if service has been disrupted or disconnected.

Rogozin blasted Musk for providing Starlink and enabling the “Nazi Azov Battalion” access to the internet.