Jeffrey Epstein “Suicide” Uniting the Left and the Right in Conspiracy Theories

It happened. It’s one of those rare events that is so unacceptable that the right and the left are united. Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide has absolutely no one in this country convinced. People on both sides of the aisle were predicting his death, and it happened exactly as everyone predicted.

There’s so much wrong with this whole situation that it’s hard to know where to start.

Perhaps we could begin by discussing the scope of people threatened by a potential Epstein testimony. Supposedly, he could have brought down the Clintons, British royalty, a Supreme Court justice, and a ridiculous list of wealthy elites around the world. There’s no shortage of people who are benefiting from Epstein’s death.

We could also talk about the overwhelmingly shady set of circumstances that was necessary to get here. Epstein was taken off of suicide watch just days after attempting suicide. His cellmate was relocated. The cameras watching him mysteriously stopped showing footage of his cell. Wellness checks were cancelled. And, so far, an actual cause of death cannot be determined.

It takes a lot to get the right and left to agree on something these days. When everyone says that this was foul play, then maybe it’s not right to call it a conspiracy theory. Maybe, this is a cover up we all expected, and now we have to figure out where to go next. This video can help with that.

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