Kari Lake pointed out the elephant in the room this week after noting that no clients of the late sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein has been indicated, yet President Donald Trump has been indicted for the fourth time.
Trump and 18 others were indicted by an Atlanta grand jury in Georgia this week for alleged crimes—including racketeering, perjury, forgery, violating the oath of a public officer, and false statements.
Trump has now been charged with a total of four indictments this year.
Despite the indictments, Trump remains way ahead d of any other Republican candidates in the 2024 presidential election, according to polling.
Lake noted the efforts made to prosecute Trump were a stark contrast to those made to punish Epstein for his crimes against children.
“It’s been 3 years, almost to the day, since Jeffrey Epstein ‘killed himself.’ Not a single one of his clients has been indicted for heinous crimes against children,” she wrote Tuesday on X, formerly Twitter.
“Yet, President Trump was just indicted for the 4th time. Justice is dead in America.”
This is not the first time Lake noted the lack of action to prosecute Estien’s clients.
In August 2022, Lake wrote on X:
“Is now a good time to remind everyone that Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book of Elite Pedophiles has been buried and brushed away?”
In April, Lake shared an interview with the widow of Arizona Republican Senator John McCain, Cindy McCain, who said, “We all knew what he was doing.”
“Cindy McCain admits that they knew what Jeffrey Epstein was doing but REFUSED to do anything because they were afraid of him. Her husband was one of the most powerful politicians in the world. What did HE have to be so afraid of?” Lake posted.