Senator Marco Rubio on Saturday criticized the “immediate rush to spread conspiracy theories” about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged accomplishes in the wake of his highly suspicious alleged suicide.
“Scrutiny of how #Epstein was able to commit suicide is warranted,” Rubio said, “But the immediate rush to spread conspiracy theories about someone on the ‘other side’ of partisan divide having him killed illustrates why our society is so vulnerable to foreign disinformation & influence efforts.”
Scrutiny of how #Epstein was able to commit suicide is warranted
But the immediate rush to spread conspiracy theories about someone on the “other side” of partisan divide having him killed illustrates why our society is so vulnerable to foreign disinformation & influence efforts
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) August 10, 2019
Translation: Let’s blame the Russians instead of our own obviously compromised government!
Had this “suicide” happened in Russia, you can bet your bottom dollar Rubio would report it as an indictment of the Russia’s entire system.
Joe Scarborough also tried to misdirect Epstein’s “suicide” to blame the Russians, though he was quickly exposed by Ann Coulter:
Yes, that makes sense. Everyone around Epstein was a HUGE Russia supporter – Dershowitz, Wexner, Maxwell, Barry Krischer and Epstein himself. Just look at their philanthropies. It screams RUSSIA! https://t.co/X8v3OD4M0L
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) August 10, 2019
[Image by Gage Skidmore.]
Here’s more of the latest on Epstein:
- Former MCC Inmate Says Epstein Suicide Was “Impossible”
- Prison worker’s 4Chan post 10 minutes before news of Jeffrey Epstein’s death hit media: “…guy in a green dress military outfit… switched him out”
- 10 Quotes From Big Names Across The Political Spectrum that are Suspicious About the Cause of Epstein’s Death
- Mr. Epstein, meet Mr. McDougal: Another Mysterious Clinton Associate Death