The apparent suicide of Jeffery Epstein marks yet another occasion that someone who potentially had incriminating information on the Clintons suddenly turned up dead.
Following Epstein’s death, the internet went into a frenzy coming up with conspiracies linking Epstein’s death to Bill and Hillary Clinton. Most of the conspiracies floating around the web regarding Epstein’s death were meant more as a joke than they were a serious discussion – including a post that President Trump shared on Twitter about the “Bill Clinton body count”. However, that didn’t stop the media from taking Trump and his supporters to task for supposedly promoting the conspiracy.
Make no mistake – the mainstream media is a huge fan of conspiracy theories. Every day, the media creates some new conspiracy theory about President Trump. When these theories are proven false, it doesn’t take long at all for the media to pivot to the next one. “Conspiracies for me and not for thee”, though, seems to be the media’s prevailing stance when it comes to conspiracy theories.
Those in the media are allowed to create as many conspiracy theories about Trump as they like, but the moment Trump or his supporters question a very strange string of coincidences, the media is up in arms.
Here’s Andrew Klavan with more.