Was there a conspiracy to kill Jeffrey Epstein? Over the past 24 hours, the mainstream media has been full of stories about the various “conspiracy theories” that have sprung up around Jeffrey Epstein’s death. And of course the term “conspiracy theory” has essentially become a shorthand way for the mainstream media to dismiss any explanation that does not fit with the “official” interpretation of a particular news event.
Whenever a tragic act of violence makes national headlines, the calls to give up more of our freedoms and liberties in exchange for the promise of increased security become deafening. But if we take another step toward becoming an authoritarian society every time something horrible happens, eventually we won’t have any of the basic liberties and freedoms that previous generations of Americans fought so hard to secure for us.
In the new age of censorship, bias, manipulation, and propaganda, Americans have somewhat started to fall for it all a little less. Now, average Americans think of the media as more destructive than banks and corporations – and that trend isn’t likely to reverse anytime soon, as the government continues to use the media to push their agenda.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s daughter is warning that Jeffrey Epstein’s sudden arrest for sex trafficking could implicate some of their “faves.” Christine Pelosi, a Democratic National Committee official said Saturday that it is “quite likely that some of our faves are implicated” in the “horrific” sex-trafficking case against politically connected financier and billionaire Epstein.
For years, scientists have been warning us that the San Andreas fault is “locked and loaded” and could potentially “unzip all at once”. Of course, the two large earthquakes that we just witnessed in southern California were not along the San Andreas fault, and we should be extremely thankful for that.
The New York Times has publicly acknowledged that it sends some of its stories to the US government for approval from “national security officials” before publication. This confirms what veteran New York Times correspondents like James Risen have said: The American newspaper of record regularly collaborates with the US government, suppressing reporting that top officials don’t want made public.