During a recent episode of Joe Rogan’s podcast, the podcast host suggested that the late Jeffrey Epstein might have been working with either the CIA or Mossad to ‘compromise’ various targets and high-level assets.
While speaking with guest Whitney Cummings during the July 29th podcast, the conversation wound up landing on the topic of Epstein and his unusual connection to Harvard University in terms of donating money to the institution for various research efforts.
Rogan made mention of previous conversations he’s had on the topic, telling Cummings, “Well, he definitely donated some money to science. You know, but I had a conversation with a scientist who didn’t buy into that Epstein stuff and wouldn’t go to the meetings and stuff like that. And he said he was really shocked at how little money he actually donated.”
The podcast further delved into the matter regarding Epstein and Harvard University, where he alluded that this connection to Harvard was some sort of a broader intelligence effort led by the CIA or Israeli Mossad to gather potentially damaging information on high-profile individuals.
“He goes, ‘It wasn’t that much money.’ He goes, it was really like, ‘He was more than that.’ He was bringing them to parties. Like it was an intelligence operation. Whoever was running it, whether it was the Mossad or whether it was a CIA or whether it was a combination of both, it was an intelligence operation. They were bringing in people and compromising them.”
Rogan speculated that once these targets were compromised, then whoever was running the show would leverage whatever damaging intel was collected in order to have these figures spout off preferred narratives or talking points.
“And then when they would compromise them, they would use, you know, whatever they had on them to influence their opinions and the way they expressed those opinions.”
However, Rogan admitted that he couldn’t ascertain why scientists would be the target of such an endeavor, saying, “And I don’t know why they would want to do that with scientists, which is really strange to me.”
Cummings joked that perhaps Epstein was trying to fund studies “about how 15-year-old girls are adults,” which was an obvious allusion to Epstein’s exploits involving the trafficking and exploitation of young girls. Following her quip, Cummings then seriously asked Rogan, “if a rich person donates to a scientist, do they have any ability to weigh in, or they’re just like I get no decisions about how this money spent?”
The podcast admitted that he wasn’t sure on that front but noted that he doubted any “legitimate scientists would adhere to” being instructed by donors on how donated funds are spent.
Speaking from her personal experience, Cummings explained that when she worked on films where foreign investors were involved in the project, cast members were apparently obligated in a sense to pal around with said foreign investors.
“I know that just my, you know if you’re shooting an independent movie that has investors, Russian investors, Saudi investors, like you have to hang out with them… They’re at video village. Like it’s kind of the — it’s like you have to flirt with them.”