As we reported earlier this week, a viral meme campaign has brought the Jeffrey Epstein story back into the mainstream consciousness after it prematurely disappeared from the news following the disgraced billionaire’s alleged suicide.
The circumstances surrounding Epstein’s death are extremely suspicious, leaving many people to believe that he was killed to prevent him from testifying against the very powerful people that he was connected with. This is why memes with the phrase “Epstein didn’t kill himself” have gone viral in the past few months.
The meme has taken on a life of its own, and is now even being featured in products.
Tactical Ops Brewing in Fresno California is now printing the message on the bottom of their cans.
Carlos Tovar, the manager of the brewery, says that he came up with the idea after seeing how popular the meme was online.
The cans with the “Epstein didn’t kill himself” will be a limited run, and will be featured in about 54 packs of “Basher Oatmeal Stout.”
Last month, expert pathologist Michael Baden published a report suggesting that that evidence leads him to believe that a homicide was more likely than a suicide, as the injuries are more associated with strangulation by a large margin. Then, last week, more evidence came to light, showing that major news sources intentionally suppressed the story, after threats from the royal family about Prince Andrew’s involvement in the scandal.
In footage released by the controversial Project Vertias last week, ABC News anchor Amy Robach can be seen complaining that executives at the network covered up the story because of pressure from the royal family. In the off the record interview, Robach said that she had evidence of Epstein’s crimes, including some of the first interviews with some of his victims, for over three years, but the network refused to broadcast her research on the case.