Jeffrey Epstein's suicide had the entire internet world going crazy with rumors and conspiracy theories. This is the one time I can't criticize the internet for being conspiracy nuts. In fact, I can argue that the internet is on point this time around.
Epstein's death not only keeps him from spending the rest of his life in jail, but it also helps his associates. For that reason alone, I am almost certain that this a cover-up for the elites who have been linked to Epstein.
According to multiple sources, the FBI investigation into Epsteins pedophilia ring will continue despite his shocking suicide.
Though Epstein himself is dead, his victims and multiple witnesses are still alive to tell their stories. More importantly,
Epstein has a diary full of information that can expose even more these elite pedophiles.
Adding to the conspiracy, President Trump retweeted a post that made the claim that Epstein's death was faked.
Sen. Mark Rubio responded to the retweet
"It's sad (and frightening) to see so many Americans on both sides of partisan unwittingly helping them. Putin has weaponized our polarization," Rubio tweeted.
Sen.Mark Rubio is not the only person lashing out at Trump for the retweet.
According to CBS News, Rachel Cohen, a spokesperson for Sen.Mark Warner, stated... "astonishingly irresponsible for the President to be echoing these charges."
It seems as if everybody that is somebody is weighing in on Jeffrey Epstein's suicide. The news of his death has led to much finger-pointing from both political parties. It is truly amazing to see so many people in positions of power throw each other under the bus in order to save their own careers. My prediction is whatever information is available will be searched out and buried by the powers that be. Too many bigwigs are caught up in this scandal and they have too much to lose.
Victor Jarome Morrow