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Fox News In Hot Water After Airing This Controversial Epstein Conspiracy Theory

by x82hPEs

Convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein has been deceased for several months now. But while the Deep State believes he’s now silenced forever, they overestimated society’s quest for the truth.

Epstein was full of secrets that would have brought down some of the most influential and powerful people in the world, so his untimely death didn’t catch many by surprise.

However, it is surprising that Fox News was in hot water for airing this controversial, but credible, conspiracy theory about his death.

Fox News’s reputation for “fair and balanced” reporting doesn’t necessarily mean they’re willing to air conspiracy theories live on their network.

Recently, Fox commentator Jesse Watters had Navy SEAL Mike Ritland on his show, “Watter’s World,” to talk about Conan the K9 Warrior, the dog who helped bring down one of the most infamous terrorists on the planet, Al-Baghdadi.

All had gone well until Ritland asked if he could make a public service announcement on the air.

Ritland first expressed his concern that since people were now fascinated with military-trained German shepherds, too many would try and house them on their own.

But then Ritland dropped a massive bomb out of nowhere saying, “… And, Jeffery Epstein didn’t kill himself.”

And now, those words – “Epstein didn’t kill himself” – have become a very popular meme shared by those who also don’t believe Epstein’s death was a suicide.

Fortunately for Ritland, his words are backed up by some hard-hitting truths.

Epstein’s brother doesn’t believe his billionaire brother committed suicide either, so he hired his own forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden.

The world famous Dr. Michael Baden was a chief medical examiner for New York City and is known for his investigations into the deaths of famous people like JFK and O.J. Simpson.

And according to Dr. Baden’s examination of Epstein’s body, there’s no way he committed suicide.

During a recent appearance on Fox & Friends, Dr. Baden let all America know that the injuries Epstein sustained could not have been self-inflicted.

Epstein experienced a number of injuries — among them a broken bone in his neck — that are extremely unusual in suicidal hangings and could occur much more commonly in homicidal strangulation,” Dr. Baden explained.

I think that the evidence points to homicide rather than suicide.”

If a well-known and respected pathologist is making such an assessment, then perhaps Fox News is choosing to let these conspiracy theories make headlines so Epstein’s killers are brought to justice.

Furthermore, maybe Fox doesn’t want to be like ABC and NBC and cover up news stories about sexual predators.