Marsha Blackburn Presses Dems On Subpoenas For Epstein Flight Logs

 January 4, 2024

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), a member of the Human Rights and the Law Judiciary Subcommittee, has been fighting for years.

She has pressed time and time again for access to convicted sex trafficker Jeffery Epstein’s flight logs.

Blackburn wants names.

Right now, we have some names, including those of Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. However, it is important to note that the current list is just people tangentially related to Epstein's case, not a proper log of what they were doing.

“I’m sending him [U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Richard Durbin] another letter and requesting the subcommittee to move forward to conduct the subpoenas. And then as we can hold the appropriate hearings so we can get the information that is necessary to begin to break apart the sex trafficking rings,” said Blackburn to Breitbart in a recent statement.

While her request has previously been denied, it seems her persistence may finally be paying off.

Durbin, a Democrat from Illinois, has stated that he is open to working to provide Americans with answers about those involved in the Epstein sex trafficking.

The contents of certain previously sealed court documents are set to be revealed as early as this week.

No other information has been released at this time.