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REVEALED: Epstein island’s Reid Hoffman, megadonor to E. Jean Carroll, Nikki Haley funds MeidasTouch group behind ‘bloodbath’ hoax
By News Editors // Mar 29, 2024

LinkedIn billionaire and Epstein island visitor Reid Hoffman, a megadonor to the Democrats, Nimarata ‘Nikki’ Haley, E. Jean Carroll, and the legal defense of Russia hoaxers FusionGPS, has also donated in large sums to the MeidasTouch Network. Founded by the three Meiselas brothers — Ben, Brett, and Jordy — the far-left media organization helped popularize the “bloodbath hoax” against Donald Trump over recent days.

(Article by Raheem J. Kassam republished from TheNationalPulse.com)

MeidasTouch intentionally omitted that Trump was referring to an economic bloodbath for the auto industry in his speech in Ohio on Saturday. Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, alongside the corporate media, took up the theme, alleging the former president was threatening “political violence.”

The group has the support of many high-profile celebrities and political figures. The brothers Meisalas have employed a team of hardline ‘Never Trump’ activists to masquerade as journalists for their website, which began its life as a Democratic PAC.

Now, The National Pulse can reveal that one of the men who helped them get it off the ground was none other than Epstein-linked billionaire Hoffman, who also bankrolled the E. Jean Carroll case against Donald Trump, and threw cash at Nikki Haley prior to the abortion of her failed political campaign.

Hoffman has now been outed for visiting Epstein’s island in 2014 – long after Epstein’s conviction for procuring a girl below age 18 for prostitution – and even arranged to stay at the Manhattan townhouse where the financier abused many of his victims.

Hoffman admitted to The Wall Street Journal that “by lending my association, I helped [Epstein’s] reputation, and thus delayed justice for his survivors.” He claimed his last interaction with the convicted sex offender was in 2015.

Hoffman also “contributed more than $600,000 to the legal defense fund of Bean LLC — otherwise known as Fusion GPS, the company responsible for the creation of the Steele Dossier,” which spread various false accusations of links between Trump and Russia.

Read more at: TheNationalPulse.com

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