Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Arizona) spelled out a cryptic message in a seemingly innocuous series of 23 tweets on Tuesday, which referenced a popular meme about the death of convicted pedophile and foreign information broker Jeffrey Epstein.
A few sharp-eyed message board users were able to connect the dots in Gosar’s tweet chain by reading the first letter of every tweet.
What they found was a message that spelled out “EPSTEIN DIDN’T KILL HIMSELF.”
Each message in the tweet chain seemed completely normal for a Congressman’s official Twitter account, and provided factual information surrounding the impeachment hysteria on Capitol Hill.
𝐀ll of the tweets pertained to today’s hearing.
𝐑est assured, they are substantive.
𝐄very one of them.
𝐀ll of them.
𝟓 were brilliant.
𝟏 was okay.
— Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS (@RepGosar) November 13, 2019
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The “Epstein didn’t kill himself meme,” based on strong inconsistencies in the government and media narrative surrounding the infamous pedophile’s supposed suicide, has gone mainstream after being referenced by a guest on FOX News, popular podcaster Joe Rogan, and YouTube superstar Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg.
“That’s an awfully hot coffee pot☕♨️
Did Jeffrey Epstein kill himself?
Probably not” pic.twitter.com/hkR58PLeTr
— ƿ૯ωძɿ૯ƿɿ૯ (@pewdiepie) November 9, 2019
National File recently reported on a brewing company which capitalized on the viral meme:
Since the death of Epstein, there have been no other convictions made or information provided about any of the other people tied to this elite ring of pedophiles and sex traffickers, but his memory is kept alive and well on the internet, and now on the bottom of 54 cans of Tactical Ops Brewing’s own Basher Oatmeal Stout.
When asked what motivated him, manager of Tactical Ops Brewing Carlos Tovar reported to Fox26 that the idea came to him because the question behind the cause of Jeffrey Epstein’s death is “a big thing right now.”
The brewery wanted to jump on the most recent meme storm.
Despite attempts by the media to brand anyone questioning the official narrative as a “conspiracy theorist,” the meme continues to gain traction in real life and on social media.