FBI starts targeting conspiracy theorists just in time for Epstein to die

FBI Goes After Conspiracy Theorists

An FBI document posted by Yahoo! News indicates that conspiracy theories are a new domestic terrorism threat. According to the FBI document, “conspiracy theory-driven domestic extremists” are a growing issue. Specifically, the document mentions QAnon, a group that thinks Trump is being targeted by the deep state.

One of the instances of violence stemming from conspiracy theories according to the FBI document is pizzagate. You know, the conspiracy theory that posited that billionaire elites engaged in sex trafficking and pedophilia. Who would believe that? Good job FBI, we wouldn’t want any of that wrongthink.

Epstein Dead

So Epstein is dead. That’s no surprise. What is surprising is the mass red-pill his death bestowed upon all of America. The people of the United States (and the world, for that matter) are wholly questioning the narrative regardless of their political beliefs. This is because the official story makes absolutely no sense. Here’s why.

Friends in High Places

Epstein was a pedophile sex trafficker with friends in high places. To think he’s the only one corrupted in this way by wealth and power would be foolish. As Vanity Fair explains:

Yeah, because they’re going to let the guy with these connections live. I presume whatever is on the record only scratches the surface of Epstein’s personal relationships. Epstein was rich, and he had rich friends. He even had an island where he took his rich friends. He was involved in some shady stuff with shady people. But a dead man tells no tales. The motive to silence Epstein is undoubtedly present. As James Sweet clearly explained:

Prison Gaffes

In addition, the way the prison handled Epstein is questionable at best. First, Epstein was taken off of suicide watch less than a week after attempting suicide. Next, the prison moved his roommate for an unknown reason. On top of that, the guards were working heavy overtime and skipped checking in on Epstein the night before he died.

There was a Twitter rumor that the camera in his cell malfunctioned, thus nobody can confirm that he actually killed himself via video evidence. This is not true. Rather, the cameras in the 9 South wing, where Epstein was held, only watched outside the cells.Thus, nobody can confirm that he actually killed himself via video evidence.

Furthermore, a former inmate of the 9 South wing claims there’s no way he killed himself:

With all of this evidence on the table, it’s hypothetically possible (and not unlikely) that a friend in a high place killed Epstein. However, there is no direct evidence to indicate this.

In Defense of Conspiracy Theories

In the aforementioned FBI document, another factor driving the intensity of this threat is “the uncovering of real conspiracies or cover-ups involving illegal, harmful, or unconstitutional activities by government officials or leading political figures.” Essentially, the FBI is saying that people might get violent if their government lies to them, and that’s a domestic terror threat.

I’m not saying that someone murdered Epstein and I’m not saying someone didn’t. What I am saying is that we need to be able to ask questions about the official narrative in media and government, because not every conspiracy theory is false. For example, it used to be a conspiracy theory that the government collects call data. Thanks to Edward Snowden, we know this to be true. It also used to be a conspiracy theory that the government could listen through phones and watch through webcams.

It used to be a conspiracy theory that our country’s elites traffic children. In the wake of Epstein, we know this to be true. However, we do not know how widespread the phenomena is.

Every American reserves the right to question via the First Amendment and the rights enumerated within. Yet, the FBI’s targeting of conspiracy theorists sets a dangerous precedent in the quest for truth in America.

So I leave you with this. Don’t get bullied into accepting the official narrative when it stinks of obvious BS. But don’t drink the conspiracy kool-aid either. Avoid blanket assumptions that all conspiracy theories are true/false, and think for yourself.

Source : https://71republic.com/2019/08/12/fbi-targeting-conspiracy-theorists-epstein/

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