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According to the Wall Street Journal, there are serious allegations that Jeffrey Epstein attempted to blackmail Bill Gates by threatening to expose an alleged affair between Gates and a Russian bridge player. Gates’ spokesperson backed up the claims by stating that Bill’s meetings with Epstein were solely for “philanthropic purposes,” and Epstein’s attempts to use a past relationship to coerce Gates were unsuccessful. Things that make you go “hmmm.”

In 2010, Gates reportedly met Mila Antonova, a Russian bridge player in her 20s, during a bridge tournament where they competed against each other. Antonova later moved to the US and worked as a software engineer in Silicon Valley.

During a recent appearance on the Benny Johnson podcast, Darren Beattie raised an interesting point. While this incident may not involve elements of “sex trafficking” or “underage girls,” it sheds light on Epstein’s “modus operandi” and his use of blackmail to manipulate individuals to get what he wants. This story adds a lot of weight to theories claiming Epstein was an alleged intelligence asset, and used his island to gather compromising information on very powerful people for leverage down the road.

Darren really nailed it with that juicy tidbit, providing a deeper insight into this bigger story. This incident confirms what so many of us have suspected about that eerie island. While this specific blackmail attempt may not have hit the mark, it begs the question: how many other successful schemes has Epstein orchestrated with influential figures? That’s precisely why the Epstein list holds immense significance – it enables us to identify those who may be compromised… and that’s exactly why they’ll never let us see it.