GOP Congressman Cryptically Hides 'Epstein Didn't Kill Himself,' 'Area 51' Message in Tweets About Trump Impeachment

Hours after the first two Trump impeachment inquiry witnesses testified publically, Republican congressman Paul Gosar hid a cryptic message in a series of tweets on Wednesday that spelt out "Epstein didn't kill himself."

The first letter of 23 tweets posted on Gosar's Twitter account earlier today spelt out "Epstein didn't kill himself." The contents of all the tweets were related to the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump and came during and after the first round of public impeachment hearings, which featured witnesses reinforcing allegations and highlighting new evidence of a quid pro quo made by the president in pressuring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to probe the family of former Vice President Joe Biden.

"Evidence of a link between foreign aid and political investigations simply does not exist," one of Gosar's tweets said. "The longer this circus continues the clearer it becomes that @realDonaldTrump has done absolutely nothing wrong."

"President @realDonaldTrump voluntarily chose to release the transcript of his phone call which clearly shows he did nothing wrong. This impeachment circus is a total sham, and Adam Schiff is the clown at the center of it all," he continued in another.

He added: "Schiff's star witness is crumbling under pressure. He wasn't listening to the phone call and he has never even met President Trump."

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Representative Paul Gosar (R-AZ) speaks at a news conference to discuss legislation to revoke comedian Bill CosbyÕs Presidental Medal Of Freedom at the Cannon House Office Building on January 7, 2016 in Washington DC. Paul Morigi/Getty

It is unclear whether Gosar believes the hidden Epstein message or tweeted it to indicate his views that the impeachment proceedings against Trump are grounded on conspiracy theories. After the Daily Caller reported on the message, he retweeted the story, writing: "What? Epstein didn't kill himself?"

Later Gosar tweeted another hidden message, this time about aliens. "All of the tweets pertained to today's hearing. Rest assured, they are substantive. very one of them. All of them. 5 were brilliant. 1 was okay," he wrote. The first letter from each sentence spelled out: "Area 51."

Epstein was found dead in a Manhattan jail cell in August while he was awaiting his federal trial for sex trafficking minors. Although the New York medical examiner ruled that his death had been caused by suicide, it did not stop conspiracy theories from emerging across America. Even Trump himself suggested that foul play might have been involved.

Months after his death, the hashtags #EpsteinSuicideCoverUp and #EpsteinDidNotKillHimself began trending on Twitter after former Navy Seal Mike Ritland appeared on Fox News' Watters World and told host Jesse Watters "Epstein didn't kill himself."

Even, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has fuelled the conspiracy theory surrounding Epstein's death by saying in October that "something doesn't fit."

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