Greensboro Billboard Features Trump With Epstein

There is an electronic billboard located on Battleground Avenue in Greensboro near the southwestern corner of its intersection with Cone Blvd. The billboard flashes a set of images sequentially.

As I drove home from work this evening, I was stopped at this intersection. And I kept seeing an image that looked very much like this:

I did not see any verbiage. Just the image.

Obviously, someone is paying for this picture to be flashing on this billboard. Interestingly, this occurs on the eve of Trump visiting Greensboro for its rally. But it also necessarily occurs immediately before the North Carolina Republican primary.

This raises a few questions. First, what is the sponsor trying to achieve? Second, who is the sponsor? Third, how widespread is this activity? And fourth, is the sponsor local, or is it a larger out-of-town entity?

The sponsor is obviously confident that the general public will take some not-so-subliminal message from the image.

Trump had an unsavory past as a younger man. Of the men known to have been acquaintances of Epstein, he is one of those least suspected of having visited his pedophile island.

It was fairly striking to view this image on a local billboard, and to consider which socialist– or which establishment Republican– might be the instigator.


4 thoughts on “Greensboro Billboard Features Trump With Epstein

  1. Makes me realize someone or ones desperately does not want Trump elected. I feel he knows where the bodies are buried and will root out the massive corruption in America.

    Makes me even more inclined to vote for Trump.

    1. Thanks, MWH. In the bottom right corner of the ad, there is a “paid for” statement but I couldn’t see the details because of small print. But I saw another electronic billboard today, on Wendover at Battleground. My suspicion is that this is an establishment GOP ploy for various reasons.

  2. Who knows the entity that is paying for this billboard.

    Fact is that flight logs for Epstein’s Lolita Express showed Bill Clinton took at least 26 flights, not 11 as first believed, aboard the Boeing 727 jet between 2001 and 2003, the first two years he was out of office. The former president took at least five of those flights without his Secret Service detail.

    Memo to those responsible for billboard: You have got the wrong guy pictured with Epstein.

    There is no evidence that Trump visited Epstein’s notorious Little St. James island, where the late financier is alleged to have trafficked and sexually abused young women and girls. Trump has also never been implicated in the offenses committed by Epstein or Maxwell.

    1. Fred, you are absolutely right that Clinton and others on the left are much more culpable with regard to nefarious associations with Epstein.

      It is a very odd ad, though Fred. It almost seems like an attempt an imprinting this image on people’s minds.

      One other factor: overall, Republicans tend to see more reporting about Epstein than the Democratic left. For the left, he is almost a non-entity.

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