"The longer this circus continues the clearer it becomes that @realDonaldTrump has done fully nothing inferior".
Paul Gosar - who has been at the center of a number of controversies over the years and even faced an opposition ad made by six of his siblings - plunked out 23 tweets over the course of Wednesday, all related to the first day of public impeachment hearings.
"President @realDonaldTrump voluntarily chose to release the transcript of his phone call which clearly shows he did nothing wrong".
"Lastly, Adam Schiff's sham impeachment inquiry comes out of the shadows".
He added: "Schiff's star witness is crumbling under pressure". He did not answer whether the tweets were sent by Gosar or whether the Epstein message was intentional. "Epstein didn't kill himself?"
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From the "f" in "sooner or later", Gosar then seemingly worked his blueprint attend, ending with "e" for Epstein, spelling the message about the gradual billionaire intercourse perv's demise backwards.
"All of the tweets pertained to testimony from today's hearing".
Rest assured, they are substantive. All of them. 5 were fair correct. "1 was okay", he wrote.
A NY medical examiner ruled Epstein's jailhouse death a suicide. Goldey's emailed response used the first letter of each sentence to spell "Area 51". Even Trump himself suggested that foul play might have been involved.
The morbid acrostic, coincidental or not, reflects a repeated conspiracy theory-turned-meme over the death of the financier Jeffrey Epstein. Rumors that Epstein may have been killed to prevent him from incriminating famous political and media figures in his orbit were further fueled by the recent revelation that ABC spiked a story about him in 2016.