Noam Chomsky, a well-known researcher, met with the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein on many occasions, according to newly disclosed records regarding Epstein’s case. Reportedly, one of the encounters consisted of an evening spent with Epstein and Woody Allen, who has been accused of committing sexual assault on his stepdaughter.
On Sunday, the Wall Street Journal said that it had gotten Epstein’s private calendar and that it chronicled multiple meetings with VIPs, including Chomsky. The journal also stated that it had obtained the calendar. Chomsky responded to the Journal’s request for a remark by stating that their meetings were about art and culture and that it was none of their concern. This came after the Journal had contacted Chomsky.
Chomsky, on the other hand, has been completely upfront about his interactions with Jeffrey Epstein, in contrast to the many corporate executives and officials who have been unwilling to acknowledge their links to Epstein. According to what he said, the topics of politics and academics predominated in their conversations.
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Epstein committed suicide in 2019 as he was waiting to be tried on allegations that he had trafficked minor females for sexual exploitation. His personal calendar reveals further information about some of his connections, such as meetings he had with William Burns, the current director of the CIA, and Kathryn Ruemmler, a prominent lawyer at Goldman Sachs and a former White House counsel under President Barack Obama.
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It would appear that Epstein met with Chomsky sometime between 2015 and 2016. According to the Journal, Epstein arranged to meet with Chomsky and a lecturer from Harvard University in March 2015. Chomsky has stated that they participated in many meetings, during which they addressed a wide range of themes.
A few months later, Epstein made plans for Chomsky, his wife, and themselves to fly to meet Woody Allen and his wife, Soon-Yi Previn, for a meal that had been prepared in advance. Chomsky, on the other hand, downplayed the significance of the journey and emphasized that the evening was spent in the company of a brilliant artist.
Between the years 2002 and 2017, Epstein made a donation of at least $850,000 to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where Chomsky was a professor for many years.
According to Chomsky, Epstein had completed his term and been convicted of a crime, both of which resulted in a clean slate in accordance with the rules and conventions of the United States.