‘Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?’ Prime Time Conspiracy Theory Edition

By PJ Media. Good evening and welcome everyone to another exciting episode of “Who Killed Jefferey Epstein?” Tonight’s special Prime Time Conspiracy Theory Edition of the hit series is brought to you by Victoria’s Secret and our broadcast is made possible by a generous grant from the Clinton Foundation.

Tonight we will sum up the various conspiracy theories that have fascinated millions of Americans. How could a scumbag in a prison full of guards take his own life? Well, the answer is, of course, he didn’t. Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire investor with the sexual appetites of a satyr, was murdered.

Whodunnit? The list is long, which is why this series will run for five years. Dozens and dozens of rich and powerful men took advantage of Epstein’s gracious invitation to visit various hideaways, including “pedophilia island,” where kids would put out for cash (that’s another game show on another network). But tonight’s special contestant, Donald Trump, has some thoughts on the question of the hour. The nation’s chief executive retweeted one of the most popular theories trending on Twitter:

Daily Beast:

It’s not surprising that Epstein’s death would be such rich fodder for conspiracy theories; he had documented connections with the wealthy and powerful on both sides of the political aisle. Court filings by his accusers allege a plot in which Epstein and his associates recruited underage girls and forced them to have sex with Epstein’s associates. Reports of the alleged crime ring fed into other, more speculative theories, including those with a strong partisan bias that only implicate Epstein associates from one side of the political spectrum.

(Read more from “‘Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?’ Prime Time Conspiracy Theory Edition” HERE)
_________________________________________________

Trump Shares Epstein Death Conspiracy Theory–So Did All These Democrats

By The Blaze. Conspiracy theorizing hasn’t had this big a day in the mainstream since Aunt May won best actress for My Cousin Vinny, but if you were to go by the “well I never” response in the media for a Trump retweet of a #ClintonBodyCount conspiracy theory following the death of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, you’d think his was the first and only example. . .

Photo credit: The Blaze

The tweet hit all the big hashtags of the day, including #TrumpBodyCount, interestingly. But the “we know who did this” formula here is hardly out of the ordinary for Saturday’s festival of finger pointing. In fact, the text was downright average.

The tweet from Terrence Williams did, though, include video, which included lines like, “now for some odd reason, people that have information on the Clintons end up dead. And they usually die from suicide. Come on, now.” He also said never to tell him anything about the Clintons because he doesn’t want to “end up dead.” . . .

The Clinton conspiracy theory raged all day on Twitter, from thousands of accounts, both blue check and not, though aside from President Trump it didn’t get many takers in what you’d call the mainstream. But it wasn’t the only conspiracy theory floating around. There was another one, and it had exactly what you’d call mainstream takers. . .

NBC News tweeted their article about the Trump retweet. It had the promising-for-the-MSM tagline “President Trump contributes to the rampant promotion of conspiracy theories after Jeffrey Epstein’s death.” That might lead you to believe that NBC News covered the wide swatch of conspiracy theorizing overtaking social media for hours on end. (Read more from “Trump Shares Epstein Death Conspiracy Theory–So Did All These Democrats” HERE)

Follow Joe Miller on Twitter HERE and Facebook HERE