The meme "Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself" has reached the Beltway.
Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., Became one of the newest characters to accept the bizarre viral insanity this week, after observers noticed it. In a series of tweets he witnessed on the first day of public hearings in the impeachment investigation against President Trump published, it said: "Epstein did not kill himself."
The meme has spread like wildfire since the condemned pedophile died in the city. August: The New York coroner found that he had committed suicide in his federal jail cell in Manhattan, but vociferous skeptics were killed during random outbreaks in the city Television and other signs suggested something else.
In Gosar's use of the memo, he posted a tweet for the first time, claiming that "a connection between foreign aid and political investigations simply does not exist."
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Before that, he wrote: "President @realDonaldTrump has voluntarily decided to publish the minutes of his telephone call, which clearly shows he has done nothing wrong." This impeachment circus is a complete bluff and Adam Schiff is the clown in the center. "
And before that, ship's starter is crumbling under pressure. He did not answer the call and has never met President Trump.
News agencies and Twitter users then remarked as readers unrolled Gosar's profile, spelling out the first few letters of each tweet: "Epstein did not kill himself."
In a statement to Fox News, Gosar emphasized that his tweets were all "substantial" but seemed to have a little more fun.
The meme was also recently aired in a MSNBC broadcast by a participant of last weekend's football match at the University of Alabama-Louisiana State University.
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When Monica Alba of MSNBC asked students about President Trump's decision to attend the event, she asked a person he liked about the President – but not the expected answer
"I would say, mainly just the no-nonsense policy and especially because Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself has, "said a student d, as Parker said on live television.
The incident occurred after a guest in Fox News & # 39; "Watters World" said in early November that "Epstein did not kill himself," causing the program's host, Jesse Watters, to laugh.
The mantra was also discovered on shirts at ESPN College Day and even printed on the bottom of beer cans while the social media is filled with the message.
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And on Friday, a person claimed by the Associated Press that she calls herself Rod Epstein, does not kill herself, Webber, a request for inclusion in the However, the presidential election in New Hampshire – was rejected by state officials because he did not use his legal name.