RFK Jr. Admits Flying on Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ Private Jet

RFK Jr. Admits Flying on Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ Private Jet  Candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr

Left-wing 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., has admitted that he flew on Jeffrey Epstein on his private jet, dubbed the “Lolita Express.”

Kennedy revealed what he saw when he flew with the deceased billionaire pedophile on his private jet.

One of the prospective president’s rides on Epstein’s jet was revisited in a Newsweek exclusive this week, where an RFK spokesperson explained the candidate’s loose connections to Epstein via his former wife and Ghislaine Maxwell.

From Newsweek:

Amid mounting curiosity over Kennedy being listed as one of the passengers, a spokesperson for the former Democrat exclusively told Newsweek that he had “flown one time on Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane. It was in 1993 from [New York City] to Palm Beach [Florida] to visit RFK Jr.’s mom for Easter.”

The spokesperson added that the private jet trip was made possible by Kennedy’s then-wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, who was friendly with Epstein’s partner at the time, Ghislaine Maxwell. Richardson Kennedy passed away in 2012. Kennedy has been married to Curb Your Enthusiasm star Cheryl Hines since 2014.

“Mary, Kennedy’s wife, and two of their kids were on the flight,” the representative said. “Mary knew Epstein’s girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, who learned that they were going to Palm Beach for Easter and offered their family a ride.”

Newsweek notes the people who rode on the jet aren’t necessarily implicated in participating in any of Epstein’s crimes, as is purportedly the case with RFK Jr.

RFK Jr. had also discussed taking another trip on the private jet in an interview that appeared in journalist Whitney Webb’s 2022 book “One Nation Under Blackmail Vol. 2.”

Here’s the passage from the book where RFK addressed the plane trips, which reportedly did not travel to Epstein’s private island, Little St. James.

Renewed discussions over RFK’s plane trips come as he’s making headway in the presidential race, threatening to take as much as 22 percent of votes from President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.

Despite his death in August 2019, Epstein’s name continues to make headlines, including recently after activist Alex Rosen stormed a Hillary Clinton event asking about her husband’s trips to “Epstein Island.”

Will RFK’s trips on the “Lolita Express” be his campaign’s undoing?

Or do his explanations sufficiently allay concerns about his association with the billionaire pedophile?