Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Traveled On Epstein’s Plane Twice

Independent presidential contender Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently appeared on Fox News, where he revealed that he had traveled on deceased pedophile Jefferey Epstein’s private plane twice.

Kennedy said that records on Epstein should be “open to the public.”

The independent presidential contender was interviewed by Fox News host Jesse Watters, where he discussed his thoughts on the government wielding too much power before Watters asked if he had ever boarded Epstein’s plane.

In response, Kennedy issued an alarming statement, revealing that he had traveled on the infamous financier’s jet on two separate occasions but had done so alongside his family.

“I was on Jeffrey Epstein’s jet two times. I was on it in 1993 and I went to Florida with my wife and two children to visit my mom over Easter,” Kennedy said during the interview. “My wife had some kind of relationship with Ghislaine Maxwell and they offered us a ride to Palm Beach, so I went then.”

Ghislaine Maxwell was Epstein’s ex-girlfriend. She was recently sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in human trafficking.

Kennedy continued by saying that he took a second flight on Epstein’s plane to South Dakota in 1993, emphasizing that once again, he had done so with his family.

“And on another occasion, I flew again with my family with, I think, four of my children and Mary, my wife to Rapid City, South Dakota, to go fossil hunting for a weekend,” the presidential hopeful said. “But otherwise I was never on his jet alone. I, you know, I’ve been very open about this from the beginning. This was in ’93 — so it was 30 years ago.”

Kennedy expressed his support for all information relating to Epstein’s flight logs to be released.

In July 2019, Epstein was awaiting trial for his gruesome crimes associated with trafficking minors. A month later, the infamous financier decided to commit suicide.

As information about Epstein’s flight logs slowly gets released, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) recently submitted a subpoena request for the full records to be available to the public.

Senate Democrats ultimately denied Blacburn’s plea. The Tennessee congresswoman recently criticized Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) for blocking her request.