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Jon Miller: Good riddance, Jeffrey Epstein
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Jon Miller: Good riddance, Jeffrey Epstein

Will his victims ever see justice served?

Monday, "White House Brief" host Jon Miller discussed Jeffrey Epstein's suicide and why Epstein's death let him off far too easy. Later, the movie about global elitists hunting Trump supporters has been canceled.

"It is a little too convenient that Jeffrey Epstein died right as he was about to name names. His death opens up many questions. Will his victims ever see justice served," Jon asked rhetorically.

Jon gave his take on "The Hunt," the Universal Pictures film scheduled to hit theaters on Sept. 27, but was canceled shortly after the movie trailer was released and public outrage ensued. Jon explained the storyline of the film which featured a group of global elitists retreating for a hunting trip, but the game was not wildlife. The globalists retreated to hunt "deplorables" for sport because of their pro-life views.

According to Jon, the reason the film was canceled because corporate elitists would not stand for being exposed as the "violent murderers they are."

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