Poll: Only 29% of Americans Believe Jeffrey Epstein Committed Suicide

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 18, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein has created a kind of fake news apocalypse. This story remains the number one news item, and no one believes what the media is claiming here.

I have a cynical friend who I was talking to about this issue, and I said to him “this is a major blow to the credibility of the mainstream media, and I don’t really think they’re going to be able to use this ‘conspiracy theory’ label so effectively anymore.”

He told me that no, they would be able to do that, because the masses will always just believe whatever they are told to believe.

However, what we are seeing is that people do not believe it.

Rasmussen Reports:

Americans aren’t buying that disgraced financier and convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in jail last weekend.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 29% of American Adults believe Epstein actually committed suicide while in jail. Forty-two percent (42%) think Epstein was murdered to prevent him from testifying against powerful people with whom he associated. A sizable 29% are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Sixty-seven percent (67%) say they have closely followed news reports about Epstein, with 25% who have followed Very Closely.

Among Americans who have been following the story Very Closely, 56% say Epstein was murdered.

The survey of 1,000 American Adults was conducted on August 12-13, 2019 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.

Please note that this is a poll taken on August 12-13 – meaning before it was released that he had broken bones in his neck. That fact was released sometime afternoon on the 14th, and most people wouldn’t have heard it until the 15th.

The claim that both of the guards were alleged to be asleep at the same time was released sometime on the 13th, though a lot of people wouldn’t have heard that yet when taking this poll.

Those are probably the two most damning points.

I don’t think those reveals will affect the 29% who believed the official claim of suicide. That 29% is just very good goyim, who feel safety in believing whatever the media tells them to believe.

“Anyone Who Doesn’t Believe This is a Terrorism Supporter Who Must be Censored”

The Jewish outlet Vox literally printed an article saying that people who do not believe in this story are potential terrorists and the social media companies have to shut them down. The article, by staff columnist Brian Resnick, was printed on August 13, while people were taking this poll.

The article uses the word “conspiracy” 25 times.

Here are some excerpts:

After convicted sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide in jail this past weekend, conspiracy theories surrounding his death almost immediately jumped to the top of Twitter’s trending recommendation page. #ClintonBodyCount and tweets mentioning the Clintons — and the baseless conspiracy theories that the Clintons have orchestrated many murders over decades — were widely circulated on Twitter, a major gathering place when news breaks.

The FBI now even considers conspiracy theories to be a domestic terrorism threat, as more people are driven to violence by them. It doesn’t take spreading misinformation to a lot of people to cause a lot of damage. Most people vaccinate their kids, for instance. But the ones who don’t are fueling a worldwide resurgence of measles.

Platforms are under more and more pressure to potentially censor, and regulate dangerous misinformation. Earlier this year, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube took some small steps to crack down on anti-vaccination info.

But it’s still the case that these platforms exist to serve people engaging information. And it’s still the case are engaged with conspiracy theories, like #ClintonBodyCount. Is censoring the spread of breaking misinformation even possible for these platforms? It remains to be seen.

So, he is saying that believing anything other than exactly what the media tells you to believe, in any situation, puts you under suspicion of terrorism, and that the goal of the social media companies is to silence anyone who doesn’t believe the mainstream media – even if it is 71% of the population on a specific issue.

It’s a staggering admission. The New York Times is attacking people who don’t believe the story, calling them “conspiracy theorists” and saying they don’t have any evidence, but taking this 71% of the population and calling people terrorists and saying that it is the responsibility of social media to silence them is really going full rabbinical.

I assume Brian Resnick is Jewish. Resnick is generally a Jewish last name, though not always.

He is certainly a “soyboy” caricature. I’m a little bit sick of the soyboy meme, but I mean – look at this guy.

It doesn’t matter if he’s Jewish or not, Vox is Jewish, and what we are seeing tacitly admitted here is a very Jewish concept: about 3/4ths of the goyim are considered to be dangerous and in need of being shut down.

I think if you asked a rabbi, they would give you this same number.

“There is No Evidence for This Conspiracy Theory”

Even the articles that printed the claim by the coroner that Jeffrey Epstein had broken bones in his neck said that the idea that this was anything other than a suicide was a “conspiracy theory” and that there was “no evidence for the claim.”

Of course, there is no evidence for the claim that it was a suicide.

Because that is a positive claim being made – they are saying “Jeffrey Epstein choked himself to death with a bedsheet.” This isn’t an established fact, and it isn’t a “theory” to say “I don’t believe that.” Some of the stuff being presented about the Clintons or other parties being responsible for it would be theories, but those theories are no more credible than the theory that he killed himself until some form of evidence is produced.

This is the same thing that the media did with the Russian conspiracy theory. They made a positive claim – “Russia hacked the 2016 election,” and then claimed that anyone who didn’t believe in that story was a “conspiracy theorist.”

What the media does is claim that an official source making a claim is to be considered a fact until it is disproved by other evidence. That is how Jews think: that they are the voice of God, and they determine what reality is. Something is a fact because they said it was a fact, and the burden of proof falls on anyone who disagrees with them.

But they don’t really allow you to disprove their claims.

The fact that Jeffrey Epstein had broken bones in his neck means that he did not choke himself with a sheet. It is physically impossible that this claim is true. But it doesn’t matter.

I do think that this is a major step in the further discrediting of the media and the government. Moreover, it is further evidence that the media is simply an official voice of the state.

In this sense, it’s a big win.

People are not going to forget this, and it is a wrench in the gears of this massive campaign by the government, the media and the tech monopolies to lock down all information and create a matrix-like control grid where all information is regulated by the rabbinical authorities.