MMA fighter criticizes Justice Department for charging Trump 'before anyone on Epstein's client list'

Fighter Joel Bauman made the complaint before entering the ring against Curtis Millender.

An MMA fighter strongly criticized the Department of Justice for charging former President Donald Trump before clients of the deceased sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein.

The statement was made by Joel 'King Bau' Bauman before entering the ring against Curtis Millender in a fight that he lost by a split decision of the judges.

The fighter had a black t-shirt with a strong message: "Trump was indicted before anyone on Epstein's client list."

Currently, former President Trump faces various legal battles in different states for charges such as alleged hush payments, taking classified documents from the White House and trying to overturn the 2020 elections.

However, even though Trump is under a lot of pressure from the DOJ in the midst of a very close electoral campaign ahead of the 2024 general elections, Epstein's client list remains untouched.

Marsha Blackburn, a Republican senator from Tennessee, is one of the politicians who is pressing the Senate Judiciary Committee to issue a subpoena over Epstein flight records to identify the possible perpetrators who participated in the child sex trafficking network of the deceased magnate and sexual predator.

Epstein's plane was used to transport minors to his private island in the Caribbean and other parts of the world. Various actors, politicians and public figures in general were passengers on the plane at some point, although their involvement in the sex trafficking network is nothing more than speculation.

Epstein ultimately died in a prison cell in August 2019 under mysterious circumstances while waiting to face sex trafficking charges.

His main accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, is serving a 20-year sentence at FCI Tallahassee for sex trafficking of minors.