Rep. Gosar Wins Internet Troll Award For His Secret Message on Twitter

I would be willing to bet money that if you've been on Facebook at all within the past month or so, that you've come across dozen of "Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself” memes. I know I can barely scroll through my feed for 30 seconds before seeing one pop up.

They have become very entertaining and it seems that with each passing day, they are getting better and better. People are really getting creative to make their own version of the meme.

It's not just us common folk that are going along with this trend, because last week, Rep. Paul Gosar from Arizona won the internet after posting a series of tweets with a hidden message in them.

Rep. Gosar was posting about some of the events from the impeachment hearings against President Trump when some Twitter users picked up on the hidden message.

Take a look:

According to Fox News,

In Gosar’s usage of the meme, he first posted a tweet claiming "evidence of a link between foreign aid and political investigations simply does not exist.”

Before that, he wrote "President @realDonaldTrump voluntarily chose to release the transcript of his phone call which clearly shows he did nothing wrong. This impeachment circus is a total sham, and Adam Schiff is the clown at the center of it all."

And, before that, "Schiff’s star witness is crumbling under pressure. He wasn’t listening to the phone call and he has never even met President Trump."

News outlets and Twitter users then noticed as readers scrolled down Gosar's profile, the first letters of each tweet spelled, "Epstein didn't kill himself."

I'm sure there are hundreds of different Epstein didn't kill himself memes today, but here are some of my favorites that I have seen lately.

Wait for it…

Posted by John Scafiddi on Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The phrase has even been uttered on live tv multiple times.

Even The Simpsons got in on the action with Bart writing "Epstein Didn't Kill Himself" on the blackboard.

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