Joe Rogan shares his take on Jeffrey Epstein, says it reeks of intelligence work

According to Joe Rogan, Jeffrey Epstein may have been a CIA or Mossad operative working for a scheme to gather private data on the wealthy and powerful.

On last Friday’s edition of his well-known podcast, Rogan brought up Epstein and his relationship with Harvard University.

The guest on his podcast was comedian Whitney Cummings. The two started out by discussing Epstein.

Rogan said:

“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.”

“Interesting,” Cummings said.

Rogan continues, “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 CIA or whether it was a combination of both — it was an intelligence operation. They were bringing in people and compromising them.”

Rogan added:

“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. And I don’t know why they would want to do that with scientists, which is really strange to me.”

Cummings then joked. He said, “Epstein’s like, ‘I need you to do a study about how 15-year-old girls are adults. They’re more mature than we thought.’”

“But if a scientist donates, I’m sorry, 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,’” she said.

Rogan then replied:

“I don’t know. I mean, I would imagine the money goes — like if you have a research grant and say like, you’re working on a cure for leukemia or something like that, you know, you find established scientists that are working on this thing, and then you allocate money so that they can work on projects, whether or not the person who donates the money has any influence on how that money is spent — I doubt it.”

“I highly doubt … legitimate scientists would adhere to that.”

In 2019, Epstein ended his own life while awaiting a trial. He was accused of abusing a number of females, some of them were as young as 14 years old.

His madam, Ghislaine Maxwell was given a 20-year term in federal prison this month for recruiting underage girls. The Israeli spy agency Mossad was believed to have connections with Maxwell’s late father, news tycoon Robert Maxwell.

In 2020, Harvard discovered that the institution had taken more than $9 million from him in the ten years before. After his conviction, Epstein visited the Cambridge, Massachusetts, campus more than 40 times, including as late as 2018.

The university penalized Martin Nowak, a Harvard professor with strong links to Epstein. He was accused of giving him an office on campus. Epstein’s visits ceased when Nowak received complaints from other researchers regarding Epstein’s presence, according to the investigators.

According to the investigation, Harvard’s top administrators didn’t do anything illegal while dealing with Epstein. The majority of the Epstein funds had already been used by last year. However, the institution claimed to have given the remaining $200,000 to organizations that help victims.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and other colleges have come under investigation for their ties with Epstein.

Joi Ito, the former director of MIT’s renowned Media Lab, resigned in 2019 after controversy about his financial ties to Epstein.