By Olivia Murray
June 28, 2021
(2 minute read)
In August 2019, billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell. According to the New York City medical examiner’s office, the official cause of death was “suicide from hanging;” however, the circumstances surrounding his “suicide” were so absurd, the tagline “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” quickly went viral.
Dr. Michael Baden, a forensic pathologist hired by Epstein’s brother, believed the autopsical evidence indicated murder instead of suicide. Baden was present during the four-hour pathological examination, noting “There were fractures of the left, the right thyroid cartilage and the left hyoid bone.” He said “Going over a thousand jail hangings, suicides in the New York City state prisons over the past 40-50 years, no one had three fractures.”
Now, this week, the suspicious “suicide” of another high-profile inmate made headlines. John McAfee, a prominent and eccentric software tycoon and free-spoken advocate of cryptocurrency, was found dead in a Spanish prison. McAfee has been vocal in his criticism of the U.S. government, and in the wake of his death, a video of McAfee calling out the “Deep State” has been viewed almost a million times on Twitter alone.
McAfee defines the “Deep State” as unelected people within our government and military that effectually run national policy through the use of federal agencies and regulations. McAfee makes the claim that since 1975, these governmental bureaus have passed 200,000 regulations, “encompassing 800,000 pages of fine print.” Those numbers are so obscene they are near intolerable for any believer in the founding tenets of “limited government” and “individual responsibility.”
McAfee’s outspoken condemnation of the “Deep State” gives weight to the possibility his death may have involved foul play. Even more convincing, back in 2019, McAfee tweeted about veiled threats from US officials, even getting a tattoo to preemptively discredit any future claim he took his own life. As recently as October 2020, he said, “Know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine.”
Given these facts, the mystery around his death continues to grow. In an even stranger turn of events, rumors of a “dead man’s switch” are now circulating. Shortly after McAfee was reported dead, a final post was made to his Instagram account. The post had no accompanying context or caption; it was simply a large “Q.” Instagram promptly removed the post, and has since deleted his entire account, adding fuel to the roaring fire of Big Tech distrust.
The evidence strongly suggests the official story may be untrue. If that is the case, and McAfee was in fact murdered, a serious cover-up has been committed, and those involved have severely miscalculated. “Every lie we tell incurs a debt to the truth. Sooner or later, that debt is paid.” Soviet scientist Valery Legasov rightly acknowledged that in the end, the truth will always prevail.
“Suiciding” Epstein and McAfee may have temporarily stifled the exposure of incriminating information about powerful elites, but the implausible details of their deaths have become the tinder for a mass awakening. People across the world are questioning those in power and uniting against the global cabal of evildoers. Thankfully, the future is full of hope.