That Bill Clinton flew with Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lotita Express” was long known, but not until recently was the true extent of it discovered. While only 11 flights had been reported as of 2016, flight logs more than doubled the total figure to at least 26.

What that fact alone proves nothing, the evidence keeps pouring in, even with Epstein now gone, that the two were more well acquainted than the Clinton’s would like us to know.

According to the Daily Wire:

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A new report published on Tuesday alleges that Bill Clinton and two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visited the New Mexico ranch of convicted pedophile and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein nearly every year since Clinton left office at the end of his second term.

“Bill and Hillary Clinton stayed at Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious ‘baby-making ranch’ almost every year after they left the White House, according to the disgraced financier’s estate manager,” The Daily Mail reported

The Daily Mail reported that the Clintons never stayed in the main mansion on the massive 10,000 acre property but did stay in one of the guest houses.

This is all according to one man, Jared Kellogg, who was consulted on a project to increase security on Epstein’s property. Kellogg denied having any knowledge of Epstein’s reputation at the time, and said that his access around the property was “controlled.”

Previously, back in July, Bill Clinton denied ever visiting Epstein’s New Mexico ranch. In the same denial, he also claimed to have flown with Epstein twenty-two times fewer than he actually did.

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Bill clearly left some kind of impact on Epstein – or else I’m not sure how to explain why he owned a painting of Bill in a dress.

These types of stories are unfortunately impossible to verify without any sort of record keeping (which probably doesn’t exist). Epstein is dead so he can’t confirm or deny this revelation, and Bill will naturally deny it. Of note however, we do know for a fact that Bill made provably false statements in his past denials. Perhaps any of his claims should be taken with a grain of salt as well.