After 19 Years, New York Times Turns on Clinton — “What if Ken Starr Was Right?”

You may remember Ken Starr. Starr was initially appointed to investigate the death of Deputy White House counsel Vince Foster and the Whitewater real estate investments. He later discovered and reported in his Starr Report that Clinton lied about his affair with Monica Lewinsky under a sworn deposition. That led to Bill Clinton’s impeachment as president.

In addition, you may be interested to know that in 2007, Starr joined the legal team of Palm Beach billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who was criminally accused of the statutory rape of numerous underage high school students. Epstein would later plea bargain to plead guilty to several charges of soliciting prostitutes and serve 13 months in a private wing of the Palm Beach jail.

On Saturday, Ross Douthat, an Op-Ed columnist penned an editorial piece titled “What if Ken Starr Was Right?” for the New York Times that seemed to indicate that the end of the Clinton empire could very well be a reality



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