MMA fighter Joel “King Bau” condemned the indictments against Donald Trump with a T-shirt highlighting the politically motivated attacks on the former president while asking why no one on Epstein’s client list has been indicted.
Bauman’s t-shirt also noted the DOJ’s lack of interest in prosecuting the notorious sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s client list.
Here is what the t-shirt read:
“Trump was indicted before anyone on Jeffrey Epstein’s client list.”
BOOM: MMA fighter Joel "King Bau" Bauman just walked into the arena wearing a shirt that reads "Trump was indicted before anyone on Epstein’s client list.” pic.twitter.com/DngbXb3trz— intheMatrixxx (@intheMatrixxx) November 11, 2023
While Bauman came up short in a split decision, he thanked Millender in a post-fight Instagram post where he again sported the shirt.
“Man is truly a vet and knows exactly why he does what he does- which is the key to success- and that cannot be overlooked,” Bauman wrote.
Bauman recently went viral during a post-fight interview in which he told late-night host Jimmy Kimmel to “eat d**k.”
“Jimmy Kimmel – viral this, I fight to eradicate childhood malnutrition from the planet,” Bauman said.
“And until they release the flight logs, you, the mainstream media, Hollywood are all pedophiles to me. Eat d–k,” he continued, drawing cheers from the crowd.
He then shouted, “AmICancelledYet.com!”
He also previously took aim at Mark Zuckerberg during a post-fight interview, after a report found Instagram’s algorithms’ promoted a vast pedophile network’.
“I think it’s about time to nuke the internet,” the fighter said.
“You keep censoring me and suppressing me.”
“Very interesting how you censor and supress me but Instagram boosted a pedophile network on your platform.”
Earlier this year, Kari Lake also noted that no clients of the late sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein have been indicated, yet President Donald Trump has been indicted for the fourth time.
The Daily Fetched reported:
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.