Congressman spells out ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ with first letter of 23 tweets during Trump impeachment hearing – The Sun

A CONGRESSMAN has shared a bizarre series of tweets – 23 in all – using the first letters to spell out that paedo Jeffrey Epstein "didn't kill himself".

Arizona Republican Paul Gosar appeared to be showing support for a conspiracy theory that the pervert met with foul play while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

He was tweeting yesterday during President Donald Trump's impeachment hearing, calling the probe a "circus and sham" as "Trump has done absolutely nothing wrong".

Gosar's sharp-eyed followers noted, however, that the first letter of each of the 23 tweets spelled out that Epstein didn't kill himself.

The 60-year-old's first message began with the word 'Evidence'.

The following tweets started with 'President', 'Schiff', 'The', 'Every', 'It's' and 'No' – to spell out Epstein.

Then: 'Democrats', 'It', 'Donald', 'Neither' and 'The' for "didn't", followed by 'Kent', 'In', 'Let' and 'Lying' to spell "kill".

Gosar ended the odd messages to spell "himself" – when combining the first letters of 'Hillary', 'It's', 'Maxine', 'Schiff', 'Even', 'Let's' and 'Finally'.

Followers quickly picked up on the not-so-subtle message – and one tweeted Gosar, calling for more "fun puzzles".

Convicted child sex offender Epstein was found dead in his Manhattan prison cell after committing suicide on August 9 while awaiting trial for child sex trafficking.

The wealthy financier, 66, socialised with high profile celebrities, including Prince Andrew, Donald Trump and the Clintons.

A New York medical examiner ruled Epstein's jailhouse death a suicide.


But conspiracy theories have persisted, fuelled by the pervert's links to princes, politicians and other famous and powerful people.

Various conspiracy theories touted in the press and on social media speculate that Epstein was attacked so he couldn't go on trial for allegedly running a global child sex ring.

News agency, the Associated Press, asked Gosar's spokesman Ben Goldey whether the congressman sent the tweets himself.

Goldey's emailed response used the first letter of each sentence to spell Area 51.

While the spokesman did not answer AP's question, he said the tweets were "substantive".

Who is Paul Gosar?

Arizona congressman Paul Gosar, 60, is a four-term conservative politician.

He made headlines in September 2018 when six of the Republican’s nine siblings endorsed his Democratic opponent.

Gosar's three brothers and three sisters urged voters to elect Democrat David Brill.

Grace Gosar, a doctor, said: “Paul Gosar, the congressman, isn’t doing anything to help rural America.”

Some of his other siblings — Jennifer, Joan, Tim and Gaston — said they were backing Brill, also a physician, because their brother had lost the values they grew up with in Wyoming.

They said he was not fighting to strengthen Social Security retirement, nor to improve access to health care in his rural district.

Congressman Gosar, a dentist before he went into politics and a strong supporter of President Donald Trump, was quick to fire back, calling his siblings Trump-hating liberal Democrats.

He attacked them on Twitter, saying: “These disgruntled Hillary (Clinton) supporters are related by blood to me but like leftists everywhere, they put political ideology before family.

“Stalin would be proud.”

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