Democratic Chairman Dick Durbin Claims There’s No Interest in Subpoenaing Jeffrey Epstein’s Flight Logs

Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, declined to pledge to subpoena the flight records of convicted child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

He indicated that, as of now, there hasn’t been a request for such action, responding to Fox News correspondent Hillary Vaughn’s inquiries on Capitol Hill following Senator Marsha Blackburn’s (R-TN) push to subpoena the flight records.

“Chairman Durbin, can I ask you a quick question?” Vaughn asked. “Why won’t you subpoena Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs?”

“I don’t know anything about his flight logs,” Durbin claimed.

“But why don’t you subpoena them?” she pressed. “Why don’t you want to know?”

“I don’t know the issue,” he said. “I know who Epstein was, but I certainly don’t know anything about the issue.”

“Well, he was charged with sex trafficking,” Vaughn responded. “So why don’t you want to know who was utilizing his private plane?”

“This has never been raised by anyone,” he claimed.

“Well Senator Blackburn has wanted to subpoena them and there hasn’t been a vote in your committee,” Vaughn noted.

“She hasn’t said a word to me,” he claimed. “Not a word.”

“But aren’t you curious like what high profile or powerful people might be closeted predators and pedophiles? Doesn’t that concern you?” she asked. “Why won’t you subpoena them if you can?”

“It’s the first time anyone has raised it,” he claimed. “Thank you, Fox.”