#ClintonBodyCount Trends on Twitter Following Jeffrey Epstein’s Mysterious ‘Suicide Attempt’

A day after Democratic Party-affiliated predator Jeffrey Epstein was found battered in his cell, called a suicide attempt by authorities, social media is buzzing with speculation with about the Clintons played a role.

#ClintonBodyCount has been trending on Twitter most of the day, reviving a popular topic that initially gained popularity in the 1990s as a troubling number of individuals with close ties to the Clintons have died under suspicious circumstances.

As of 3:00 PM ET, there had been almost 80,000 tweets in the United States alone according to Twitter trends.

A video summarizing some of the major claims regarding the Clinton Body Count can be seen here:

Democrats are blaming the hoopla, of course, on the Russians:

While there is no evidence that the Clintons had anything to do with Epstein’s alleged suicide attempt, a new report released today by the Daily Beast showed just how deep the two men are connected, going back to the early 1990s. Epstein was a frequent visitor at the Clinton White House as soon as he was elected President.

As early as 1993, records show, Epstein donated $10,000 to the White House Historical Association and attended a donors’ reception hosted by Bill and Hillary Clinton. Around the same time, according to a source familiar with the connection, Epstein visited presidential aide Mark Middleton several times at the White House. Two years later, businesswoman Lynn Forester de Rothschild wrote a personal letter to Clinton thanking him for their talk about the financier…

In late September of 1993, Bill and Hillary Clinton hosted a reception for supporters who had contributed to recent White House renovations. The nearly $400,000 overhaul—which included new gold draperies and a 13-color woven rug for the Oval Office—was funded entirely by donations to the White House Historical Association, a private organization that helps preserve and promote the White House as a historical monument…

Guests for the event, according to the invitation list, included the journalist and philanthropist Barbara Goldsmith, heiress Jane Engelhard, political consultant Cynthia Friedman, and “Mr Jeffrey Epstein and Ms. Ghislaine Maxwell.” Epstein and Maxwell do not appear on the ‘regret list,’ and there is a letter ‘A’ next to both of their names, indicating they planned to attend. A press release from the event, put out by Hillary Clinton’s office, lists Epstein as a White House Historical Association donor.

We may never understand the circumstances behind Epstein’s mysterious suicide attempt, but few individuals out there have a bigger incentive to silence the convicted sex criminal than the Clintons.

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