Report: LinkedIn Co-Founder Reid Hoffman 'Implicated' In Jeffrey Epstein 'Cover-Up'Chris Menahan
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Billionaire LinkedIn co-founder and Bilderberg attendee Reid Hoffman, who was caught staging a false flag operation with fake Russian bots to influence the Alabama Senate election in 2017, is allegedly "implicated in the cover-up" involving Jeffrey Epstein and MIT according to a new report.
From Business Insider:
Former MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito is not the only person tied to the organization that's facing scrutiny because of the lab's secret ties to Jeffrey Epstein. The Lab's powerful sponsors — including LinkedIn founder and executive chairman Reid Hoffman — have become implicated in the cover-up.The way sophisticated blackmail operations work is that they compromise a powerful person then use the leverage they have over them to get them to compromise others in their circles.
That certainly appears to be the operation Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were running, with Prince Andrew being one of their most high-profile marks.
I'm not saying that's what happened here but it certainly fits the modus operandi.
This is not the first time Hoffman has been connected to Epstein. A "few years ago," Epstein attended a dinner Hoffman hosted to honor an MIT neuroscientist, Vanity Fair reported in July. Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk were also in attendance. Both denied having had ongoing relationships with Epstein to Vanity Fair through spokespeople.Leon Black reportedly donated $5.5 million to MIT Media Lab using Jeffrey Epstein as his intermediary. Black is the son of Eli M. Black (né Elihu Menashe Blachowitz) who ran United Brands Company (now Chiquita Brands International) and was caught directing a $1.25‐million bribe to Honduran president Oswaldo López Arellano "in an effort to gain a major reduction in banana export taxes paid by the company." He "committed suicide" shortly after being implicated.
The Director of Development and Strategy at MIT's Media Lab was Peter Cohen, who allegedly helped hide Jeffrey Epstein's donations by making sure they were marked as "anonymous":
From The New Yorker:
In September, 2014, Ito wrote to Epstein soliciting a cash infusion to fund a certain researcher, asking, “Could you re-up/top-off with another $100K so we can extend his contract another year?” Epstein replied, “yes.” Forwarding the response to a member of his staff, Ito wrote, “Make sure this gets accounted for as anonymous.” Peter Cohen, the M.I.T. Media Lab’s Director of Development and Strategy at the time, reiterated, “Jeffrey money, needs to be anonymous. Thanks.”The evidence Epstein and Ghislaine were running an Israeli Mossad blackmail operation as "prominent Republicans" privately suspect is getting stronger by the day.
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