Hot Mic Catches ABC Anchor Admitting Network Killed Epstein Story After Pressure from UK

The curious case of child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein continues to grow ever stranger, now months after his apparent suicide in a highly secure Manhattan correctional facility.

Epstein was a well-connected financier whose massive fortune was truly never understood. For many on the conspiratorial side of things, Epstein was likely involved in a high level blackmail scheme involving the prominent politicians and actors he called his friends and the underage women he was grooming to become sex slaves.

The sick and twisted reality of whatever Epstein was up to could be even more depraved than that, but we will likely never know thanks to Epstein’s connections in some of the highest offices on the planet.

Just how powerful are Epstein and his cohorts?  Powerful enough to tell ABC News to leave him alone.

ABC News anchor Amy Robach was caught on a hot mic claiming higher-ups at her network killed a story that would have exposed the now-deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein three years ago, but the Disney-owned news organization says it wasn’t up to their standards.

“I’ve had the story for three years… we would not put it on the air,” Robach said on the hot mic. “It was unbelievable what we had, Clinton, we had everything.”

Project Veritas, whose controversial founder, James O’Keefe, describes himself as a “guerrilla journalist,” published the footage that included Robach saying ABC refused to air an interview she conducted with one of Epstein’s victims.

Robach would go on to claim that her story was spiked due to pressure ABC receive from the Royal Family, due to Prince Andrew’s accused involvement in Epstein’s egregious enterprise.

The Epstein case continues to remain a priority among social media users, who have waged a war of memes in order to keep interest in the previously convicted pedophile’s alleged suicide in the mind’s eye.

This has included several instances of adding “Epstein didn’t kill himself” to other popular memes as a way of drawing attention to the matter.