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A billionaire investor linked to both former President Bill Clinton and deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has reportedly twice donated to Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe this election season.

Ron Burkle, a businessman who reportedly owns a private jet nicknamed “Air F–k One” and the “f–k jet,” donated $100,000 to McAuliffe’s campaign late last year and then another $100,000 in September, according to financial records reviewed by Fox News.

The Virginia Democrat has reportedly collected a total of $450,000 from the billionaire investor since 2013, despite the investor’s disturbing links to both Clinton and Epstein.

Epstein allegedly committed suicide by hanging in a jail cell two years ago after being imprisoned on charges of sex trafficking of minors.

According to Fox News, Burkle was named in both Epstein’s “black book” and his private jet travel log.

“Additionally, it has also been reported that his custom-outfitted Boeing 757 with a bed chamber is known amongst his aides as the ‘f— jet‘ and has taken both Burkle and Clinton around the world,” Fox News reported.

The earliest report appears to be from 2008, when Vanity Fair magazine reported that “Burkle’s usual means of transport is the custom-converted Boeing 757 that Clinton calls ‘Ron Air’ and that Burkle’s own circle of young aides privately refer to as ‘Air F–k One.'”

About a decade later in 2016, the Los Angeles Times wrote an extensive profile about Burkle that also mentioned his jet — in addition to his fundraising efforts for the Clintons.

“After Bill Clinton left the White House, he and Burkle jetted around the world in an unconventional partnership that netted the former president about $15 million and Burkle entree into the palaces and offices of world dignitaries,” the Times reported.

“For years, when Clinton dropped into Los Angeles, he would only stay at ‘Ronnie’s’ place, Greenacres, once owned by silent film star Harold Lloyd. Clinton was fond of the home and its history,” the left-wing paper added.

However, the Boeing 757 reportedly used by both Clinton and Burkle is separate from Epstein’s notorious Boeing 727 — the “Lolita Express” — that was used for his sexual escapades.

That being said, New York magazine confirmed in 2019 that Burkle also sometimes used Epstein’s jet to take “what were described as humanitarian trips to Africa with Bill Clinton.”

Indeed, Clinton was photographed with Epstein’s madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, during such a trip to Africa in 2002. It’s assumed Burkle was aboard this particular flight:

In fact, much to his credit, following a 2002 flight to Africa with Epstein (it’s not clear whether it’s the same one with Clinton), Burkle allegedly described Epstein’s behavior as “creepy,” according to Fox News.

Four years later, reports emerged that he “detests” Epstein. However, this animosity was attributed to him being angry over Epstein “horning in on Burkle’s most preciously personnel acquisition, that perpetual charm machine known as William Jefferson Clinton,” as reported at the time by Gawker.

“Epstein also recognized Clinton’s asset value, taking the ex-prez for rides on his jet (like Burkle did and does) and organizing a dinner in Clinton’s honor at Epstein’s East Side townhouse. Burkle probably didn’t appreciate all these overtures, even if Clinton maintained there was plenty Bill to go around,” the gossip outlet reported.

These newly discovered links between McAuliffe, Burkle, Clinton, and Epstein come as the Democrat candidate is facing possible defeat in a state that voted overwhelmingly for Democrats during the 2020 election.

His primary problem appears to be that he keeps doubling down on his war against dissenting Americans.

And now that he’s been linked to a man who’s linked to a pedophile who took advantage of and sexually assaulted young girls, parents are apt to probably dislike him even further.

As of Friday morning, polling averages maintained by RealClearPolitics showed him ahead of his Republican opponent, Glenn Youngkin, by only 1.8 percentage points — a vast drop from the 6.6 percentage point lead he’d enjoyed just two months ago.

It seems that the more he runs his mouth, the worse things get for him, which might explain why conservatives are busy on Twitter pressuring him to issue a statement about this latest controversy (*Language warning):

Vivek Saxena

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