POLL: Plurality of Americans Believe Jeffrey Epstein Was Murdered
New polling shows a majority of the American people don’t believe the official story of Jeffrey Epstein’s death.
Ramussen conducted a survey of 1,000 American adults on their beliefs related to the disgraced financier’s death last weekend. 42% of those who responded indicated that they believe Epstein was actually murdered in prison.
Many speculate that the sex trafficking billionaire was taken out to prevent him from becoming a federal informant, cluing in the government on the network of elite pedophiles he provided underage girls to.
29% of survey-takers believe the official story of Epstein’s death, which maintains he committed suicide in his Manhattan jail cell. Numerous discrepancies have emerged raising questions about such a narrative, and new forensic evidence has revealed Epstein sustained broken bones frequent in strangulation homicides.
Another 29% percent are undecided on the matter. Among those who claim to have been following the story ‘very closely,’ a majority (56%) believe he was murdered.
Attorney General Bill Barr has pledged a thorough investigation of the suspicious circumstances that led to Epstein’s death, but it appears unlikely the government will provide any real answers.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Americans believe “conspiracy theories” about an incident in which the most high-profile inmate in the federal jail system, who is credibly dangerous to an entire network of wealthy sex criminals, ends up dead.
It’s been revealed that jail staff tasked with securing the facility housing Epstein weren’t normal corrections officers. They didn’t follow standard procedures related to regular checks of cells, which should’ve been a no-brainer who an inmate like Epstein who had supposedly attempted suicide before.
The poll was conducted on August 12-13th with a 3% margin of error.