Every fall, the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos, takes a gang of writers out on a retreat called Campfire. The retreat is incredibly secretive, but what we do know is that the writers love it. However, not all is perfect in writer paradise. Last year, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell attended the retreat. This raises interesting questions about connections between wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
From the moment my phone told me that Jeffrey Epstein had committed suicide, I knew something was up. People like this have information. If they engaged in wrongdoing with friends, and those friends are powerful enough, there’s a means and motive to take that kind of person out. It seems that the whole of the American public thinks the wealthy financier was murdered, too.
Despite everyone realizing that this is probably the truth, nothing will happen.
Since the media broke the story that multi-millionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein had committed suicide before going to trial, many Americans questioned the official story. Some accused political elites of murdering him, while others believe that Epstein is still alive somewhere. The latter group cites a photo that the New York Post took of the man being wheeled into a hospital in NYC. In the photo, his nose and ear shape appear to be different than other pictures of the man. Suspicion has also arisen around the facts that the guards at his prison were on heavy overtime, that Epstein was not on suicide watch despite attempting to take his life shortly prior, and that cameras all pointed outside of his cell. Now, renowned forensic pathologist Michael Baden is involving himself in Epstein’s autopsy.
I’m not much of a conspiracy theorist. As it turns out, many people aren’t. But in the wake of Epstein’s absurd death, all of America has donned the tinfoil hat. The official story of Epstein’s suicide is riddled with holes; it’s a conspiracy theorists dream. The mere fact that a billionaire such as Epstein is engaged in human trafficking in the first place is already a big deal when it comes to conspiracy theories. The problem, though, is that the FBI is now going after conspiracy theories just in time for Epstein’s demise.