Congressman Paul Gosar Embeds 'Epstein Didn't Kill Himself' Message in Tweets

Cheryl Sanders
November 14, 2019

Gosar took it to the next level in a string of impeachment-related tweets on Wednesday.

The almost eight-hour message was completed 22 tweets later when Gosar wrote: "Evidence of a link between foreign aid and political investigations simply does not exist. This impeachment circus is a total sham, and Adam Schiff is the clown at the center of it all".

Before that, "President @realDonaldTrump voluntarily chose to release the transcript of his phone call which clearly shows he did nothing wrong". Or at least, that seemed to be all that was going on, until some eagle-eyed Twitter users noticed what the first letter of each of Gosar's tweets spelled out. "He wasn't listening to the phone call and he has never even met President Trump". After the Daily Caller reported on the message, he retweeted the story, writing: "What?"

As the first public impeachment hearing got under way, it was unclear what prompted the timing of Gosar's message.

"All of the tweets pertained to today's hearing", he wrote. He also spelled out "Area 51," referring to the popular title of a secretive U.S. Air Force base in Nevada associated with UFO conspiracy theories. All of them. 5 were brilliant.

Shortly after on August 10, Epstein was found unresponsive at a NY detention centre, with medical staff at a local hospital pronouncing him dead later that morning. The New York City medical examiner determined he had taken his own life, but vocal sceptics have suggested otherwise during random blurt-outs on television and other signs.

The phrase has gone viral and sparked countless memes since Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire convicted sex offender on trial for sex trafficking, was found dead in his Manhattan prison cell in August. But conspiracy theories have persisted, fueled by Epstein's links to princes, politicians and other famous and powerful people.

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