ABC News Anchor Blows Cover On Epstein Story Suppression Due To Hot Mic
Jeffrey Epstein was in and out of trouble for years after being a high-profile billionaire with a penchant for relations with women under the age of 18. However, he didn’t start hitting headlines significantly until he was found dead in his prison cell after supposedly hanging himself.
An ABC News anchor now identifies that the stories have been covered up for years. ABC News didn’t want people to know the truth about Epstein because of the friends that he had in high places, including inside of the White House.
Amy Robach, ABC News anchor, was talking about how some of the higher-ups at the network killed a story that would have exposed Jeffrey Epstein for being a sex offender three years ago. However, the organization owned by Disney said that the story wasn’t up to “their standards.”
It’s one thing for Robach to talk about this issue. It’s another thing for it to be caught on a hot mic. She mentioned that “I’ve had the story for three years.” She went on to say “we had everything.”
James O’Keefe, the controversial founder of Project Veritas, identifies himself as a “guerilla journalist” and has published the footage of the anchor talking about how ABC refused to air the interview that she had conducted with one of the victims of Epstein years ago. Although Robach said that the video was authentic, she dismissed the idea of unethical journalism.
Robach explained that she was caught in a frustrating moment because of how the Epstein story unfolded over the summer. She had an important interview with one of the accusers and was unable to have it air because there wasn’t enough corroborating evidence to meet the editorial standards that are in place at ABC.
On the video recording, Robach said that she was told that people didn’t have enough name recognition with Jeffrey Epstein to air the story. She also said that the Palace learned of the allegations regarding Prince Andrew, which led to them threatening ABC in “a million different ways.” They were afraid that interviews with Will and Kate would be taken away, so the story was squashed.
Robach didn’t want to let the story go. The accuser, Virginia Roberts, had statements from attorneys and photos that backed up the claims against Epstein. Robach vents to say “I freaking had all of it.”
Since news of the hot mic incident, ABC News has significantly downplayed the video. They told Fox News that the story about Jeffrey Epstein wasn’t “fit to air.” They also explained that not all of the reporting met the standards to air. However, they do admit to continuing to investigate the story, which included dedicating a number of substantial resources to it. The spokesperson for ABC explains that there will be a 6-part podcast and two-hour documentary that will air sometime in the New Year.
There has been no mention of why Robach was not included in the ongoing investigation since she was clearly dedicated to all that was happening. Further, it seems odd that the spokesperson would hold the documentary and other information until next year when the Epstein issue is hot right now. Holding onto it for months seems as though they’re waiting for the story to die because they don’t have what they’re promising they have.
It’s no surprise that Amy Robach is upset about her interview being pushed aside. As she states, Epstein was the “most prolific pedophile” that the United States has ever seen – and she’s had to sit on the story for over three years.
A lot has been hitting the news about Epstein recently. Once he was found dead in his prison cell after it being supposedly guarded to prevent suicide, a number of questions have hit. There’s also been a considerable conspiracy wondering if Epstein’s suicide was actually a murder. The famed pathologist Dr. Michael Baden told Fox News exclusively that the body demonstrated signs consistent with homicide even though there was an “official ruling” that it was suicide.
ABC News shouldn’t sit on any of this information if they have enough for a six-part podcast along with enough content for a two-hour documentary. Maybe Robach is right – they want to keep everything they have about Epstein away from the public. This only begs more questions: why?
Project Veritas is focused on being a conservative whistleblower and is dedicated to finding out more about what’s happening with ABC News and Epstein so that the public is privy to all of the details.