Right-wing comedian’s attempt to debunk Epstein’s suicide backfires

Last night, Steven Crowder live streamed an attempt to recreate Jeffrey Epsteins suicide. The right-wing comedian, who has spent months promoting the conspiracy theory that Epstein was actually murdered, claimed he was going to prove whether it was possible for the billionaire sex offender to kill himself in the manner alleged. Crowder spent days hyping the episode, claiming that for his investigation, he was going to try to break my neck and was really sticking my neck out. He also said that his team had built a replica of the cell in which Epstein spent his final moments. Think Epstein killed himself? We investigate! Tune in for the live stream–Monday, 8P ET!https://t.co/3VUgO7BNPq pic.twitter.com/QX7TCCIIhs — Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 23, 2019 …

Prince Andrew denies seeing any suspicious Epstein behaviour

Duke of York issues statement distancing himself from deceased convicted sex offender killed himself in a New York jail earlier this month. This is particularly the case in relation to my former association or friendship with Mr Epstein, he said. Therefore I am eager to clarify the facts to avoid further speculation. Andrew said he met Epstein in 1999 and saw him once or twice a year during the time he knew him, and also stayed at several of his residences. At no stage during the limited time I spent with him did I see, witness or suspect any behaviour of the sort that subsequently led to his arrest and conviction, the duke said. I have said previously that it …

Why the Sexual Predator in the White House Needed to Get Rid of Acosta

Many of Donald Trumps best people have left in disgrace but none more so than Alexander Acosta, who showed no conscience or remorse in letting pedophile Jeffrey Epstein off the hook when he was a federal prosecutor. In a press conference ordered up by Trump to save his job, Acosta failed miserably. And on Friday morning, Trump perp-walked Acosta, wearing his now familiar smirk, out to face the press corps on the south lawn of the White House, to announce that Acosta had decided to investigation of Epsteins victims, exposing anew that Acosta looked evil in the eye and saw a deal to be cut. It definitely couldnt be because evangelicals or Senate Republicans suddenly remembered they had a modicum …