Wendy Rogers Wonders Where is the ‘Live Stream’ of the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial: ‘So Important!’

Jury selection has begun for the trial of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell and many are wondering if that trial will get the same attention as Kyle Rittenhouse’s did.

Opening statements are scheduled for Nov. 29 and Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to six counts of sex trafficking as well as other crimes.

After the Rittenhouse verdict was announced, GOP Arizona State Sen Wendy Rogers shared a picture of Epstein and Maxwell together and wondered, “Where is the live stream of this trial?”

Rogers declared, “So important!”

It was reported yesterday that by late morning Thursday, U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan had questioned more than 80 jurors about their lives, personal views, and knowledge of Maxwell and Epstein.

Nathan has narrowed the pool down to 58 people and will choose 12 jurors and six alternates.

In a tweet, conservative activist McKayla J said, “I want sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial televised. Put her crimes against humanity on blast for the whole world to see.”

Comedian Tim Young asked as well in a tweet, “Sooo… we’re gonna have wall-to-wall coverage and cameras in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial too, right?”

“Yes, I know we wont have the cameras in because it’s federal court…. but there wont be wall-to-wall coverage like Rittenhouse and this is an exponentially worse scenario,” Young added in a follow-up tweet.