Jewish New York Times Calls Trump a “Fringe Conspiracy Theorist” for Suggesting Epstein was Murdered

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 11, 2019

Just imagine the absolute nerve of these kikes.

Imagine using the words “unfounded” and “fringe.”

The idea that Epstein was murdered isn’t any more unfounded than the idea he committed suicide, because the fucking camera “malfunctioned.” In fact, it is more unfounded that he committed suicide, because what are the chances that the camera would malfunction coincidentally at the same time he was killing himself?

Statistically, what are the chances?

How often do prison camera systems malfunction? Can we get the data on that, NYT? Or are you not into doing that kind of investigation?

[UPDATE: Some people are questioning Michael Coudrey’s claim about the camera malfunction. However, he was a reporter on the scene at The Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) where Epstein died on Saturday afternoon, and he says he’s got more information coming. I see no reason to believe him any less than any other reporter, especially since he is there on the ground and presumably has a source he doesn’t want to name, but for the sake of objectivity in my reporting here, I do want to point out that many people are questioning this claim. Either way, we’re never going to see the footage, and we all know it.]

As far as fringe – I have not seen a single fucking individual, who is not a Jewish media personality, believing this suicide story. Not one.

New York Times:

President Trump used Twitter on Saturday to promote unfounded conspiracy theories about how Jeffrey Epstein, the financier accused of sex trafficking, died in a federal prison, even as the administration faced questions about why Mr. Epstein had not been more closely monitored.

For years Mr. Trump has brashly — and baselessly — promoted suspicion as fact and peddled secret plots by powerful interests as a way to broadcast his own version of reality. Those include the lie that former President Barack Obama was not born in the United States and that millions of votes were illegally cast for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

Hours after Mr. Epstein was found to have hanged himself in his Manhattan jail cell, Mr. Trump retweeted a post from the comedian Terrence Williams linking the Clintons to the death. Mr. Epstein “had information on Bill Clinton & now he’s dead,” wrote Mr. Williams, a Trump supporter. In an accompanying two-minute video, Mr. Williams noted that “for some odd reason, people that have information on the Clintons end up dead.”

There is no evidence to substantiate the claim, which derives from groundless speculation on the far right, dating to Mr. Clinton’s early days as president, that multiple deaths can be traced to the Clintons and explained by their supposed efforts to cover up wrongdoing.

Responding to Mr. Trump’s retweets, a spokesman for Mr. Clintonmockingly wrote, “Ridiculous, and of course not true — and Donald Trump knows it.” The spokesman, Angel Ureña, added, “Has he triggered the 25th Amendment yet?” The 25th Amendment contains a provision allowing for the removal of a president if he is unable to perform his duties, potentially in the event of mental instability.

Posting from his luxury golf club in Bedminster, N.J., Mr. Trump also shared another tweet, from an unverified account, which claimed that recently unsealed documents involving accusations of Mr. Epstein’s abuse had revealed that Mr. Clinton “took private trips to Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘pedophilia island.’”

A spokesman for Mr. Clinton has denied that Mr. Clinton traveled to Mr. Epstein’s private island in the Virgin Islands. The documents unsealed Friday also include an acknowledgment from one of Mr. Epstein’s accusers, Virginia Giuffre, that an earlier claim she made about Mr. Clinton visiting Mr. Epstein in the Caribbean was untrue.

Yeah sure.

But how many times is he on the flightlog for Epstein’s private jet – something that we can document as fact, NYT?

That number would be 26, NYT, you filthy fucking kikes.

Twenty-six times he was on the plane – that we know of.

And we don’t know that he wasn’t on the island, we just know a spokesman said he wasn’t.

And please, let’s just take a minute to attempt to wrap our heads around the fact that the NYT, the paper of record, which spent exactly three years promoting an insane Russian conspiracy theory that didn’t even make any sense – and in fact was the source of the “17 intelligence agencies agree” lie, which it was later proven that they simply made up, has the nerve to call ANYONE a believer in unfounded conspiracy theories.

This is just so sickening, I can’t even take it anyone.

I am considering quitting the New York Times.

I’ve already canceled my subscription, but that was mainly just because Brave Browser allows me to easily bypass their paywall.

But I’m really thinking of stopping reading it, because I literally just can’t take it anymore.

Imagine coming home to find a Jew squatting and taking a shit in your kitchen sink and then saying “oh hello goy, I was just doing your dishes for you – if you don’t believe that’s what I’m doing right now, you’re a fringe lunatic and an anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist, because anonymous sources say that’s what I’m doing right now. If you deny this, I will have you banned from your house.”

That is what it is like reading the New York Times.

Literally no one believes this story. Not even leftists are going along with the NYT “IT’S TOTALLY REALLY A SUICIDE, GOYIM” narrative.

Morning Joe is saying he was murdered (by the Russians, lol – but he still doesn’t believe the NYT narrative).

AOC is also saying it’s a hoax and calling for an investigation.

Literally, no one other than the NYT is saying this is a real suicide.