The Media is Still Calling People Who Know Epstein Was a Pedophile (Who Didn't Kill Himself) "Conspiracy Theorists"
Can you believe they are still calling this a conspiracy theory?
The media pundits in America have absolutely no shame and will pull cover for any known pedophile. Newsweek released an article with the headline “Epstein Conspiracy Theorists Speculate Over Maxwell as Sentencing Looms,” today.
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Newsweek and many other mainstream media outlets are insinuating that if anyone believes Epstein was a psychotic pedophile, who was the head of one of the largest child kidnapping rings in world history, is a right-wing extremist.
The media is using the picture of Maxwell and Epstein together (above) at Mar-a-largo insinuating that Trump was best friends with both of these evil pedophiles. It’s all slick, and suggestive propaganda.
Ghislaine Maxwell's upcoming sentencing reignited conspiracy theories around the death of Jeffrey Epstein shortly before she was due in court. The British socialite was placed on suicide watch, despite her lawyers stating she was not suicidal after she reported a threat to her safety from prison staff. The revelation led to speculation on Twitter about whether Epstein really died by suicide, as the medical examiner recorded, or whether there was foul play. - Newsweek
Newsweek links to multiple tweets from prominent “right-wing” figures to make it seem that these people are fringe lunatics who spout conspiracy theories without any evidence. This is an attempt to link common sense statements to people that the left thinks are radicals to keep the leftists gaslighted with a false narrative.
They show tweets like these and then follow the tweet with statements like this: “Epstein's death was ruled a "suicide by hanging" by the medical examiner in 2019 but irregularities at the Metropolitan Correctional Center led to conspiracy theories. Epstein's own attorney David Schoen told Newsweek in February 2021 that his client appeared to be energized by the prospect of fighting the case, leading him to believe it could not have been a genuine suicide.”