Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Cocktails & Popcorn: U.S. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Speaks Of Why He Did Not Prosecute Jeffrey Epstein For His Tiny Human Sex Laborers

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"Always serve champagne when shucking and jiving"
The U.S. Secretary of Labor is explaining his position on why he did not prosecute a grown man for making kids work for him in the sex industry.

I wonder if he thought about this before he held the press conference.

You know what they say, "Foster kids have to eat, too.".

Do you think Epstein paid taxes on any of his trafficking tiny humans? 

If he had filed under the Mann Act, his trafficking tiny humans activities would have been legal.

Or, he could have held mini-child bride marriages which lasted only a few hours like they do in other countries.

I do not know if I am going to enjoy the creative use of legal residuals of the peculiar institution in the arguments or the fact that the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) are going to eat each other alive.

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