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"It was unbelievable what we had. Clinton, we had everything," she said. "I tried for three years to get it on to no avail. And now it's all coming out, and it's like these new revelations, and I freaking had all of it."
She said in the video that Buckingham Palace had pressured her and ABC over allegations, alongside pressure from Epstein’s network of influential friends.
“She told me everything. She had pictures. She had everything,” Ms Robach said of Virginia Roberts, describing an interview that was not aired three years ago.
Ms Roberts has claimed she had sex with Prince Andrew three times at the age of 17, once in a London townhouse belonging to Epstein’s British-born associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, and once on Epstein's private island. Ms Roberts is also one of several women to have accused Epstein of sexually abusing and trafficking them.
Bianco then claimed she was told that Robach knew her remarks could be heard, not only by employees in the studio but by anyone with access to the broadcast, saying, "The assistant said to us that Amy knew she was on a mic and that she knew she was being broadcast to all the affiliates."
When asked whether Bianco realized the weight of what she was hearing, the 25-year-old responded, "Everyone in the office was freaked out by what she was saying."
“ABC News has been fawning grotesquely over the royal family for years, desperate for an interview with Kate [Middleton] they will never, ever get. All journalism is greatly subordinate,” the ABC News insider told Fox News.
ABC News president James Goldston recently dined with members of the royal family, including Prince Charles, according to Page Six. In the leaked footage, Robach complained that ABC would not air her sit down with Giuffre – who has claimed Epstein paid her to have sex with Prince Andrew, although the prince denies the allegations.
originally posted by: roadgravel
The 21st century, a time when the news service no longer covers the news.
The actions by the service seem to point to it being the real deal.
originally posted by: SallieSunshine
a reply to: shawmanfromny
Ashley Bianco is in the news business and has never heard of Veritas? Wow that's hard to believe. If it's true then I think she belongs in some profession other than news.
If you have not realized it yet - they are actively programming their viewers to whatever viewpoint their management wants conveyed. Sometimes that is for profit, sometimes it is because they are being ordered to do so for political reasons.