#ClintonBodyCount Trends After Epstein’s “Suicide”

After Jeffrey Epstein was found hanging in his jail cell, history might show that the use of “scare quotes” reached an all-time high on August 10, 2019, as it relates to the word “suicide” in news articles across the country. Today, the hashtag #ClintonBodyCount is trending in social media, and powerful leftists are trying their hardest to get the Technocrats to ban the hashtag or employ algorithms to keep it from trending.

Few if any were surprised that Epstein, long rumored to have set up Bill Clinton and other Washington insiders with underaged victims (he was in jail for investigations related to his Lolita Express, of which Clinton definitely took part), was found dead in his jail cell. If people wanted to bet that Epstein would wind up “suicided,” the problem for bookies is that no one would bet against it.

Epstein’s death while under suicide watch was perfectly predictable—in fact, it was predicted millions of times on social media, podcasts, and news shows around the country. Whether or not somebody with dirt on the Clintons dies mysteriously is as predictable as the weather on the Fourth of July. In fact, #ClintonBodyCount began to trend on July 27 after Epstein’s imprisonment, in anticipation of when he would be “suicided” by the Clintons.

Linda Thompson was the first one to compile a list of mysteriously killed or “suicided” Clinton associates in the 1993 document, The Clinton Body Count: Coincidence or the Kiss of Death?. The counting began with the Ives/Henry Double Homicide, when seven witnesses or suspects in the case died violently or under ominous circumstances. Today, the list has grown extensively (see below, tap to expand or click here).

The current conspiratorial list includes:

  • Donald Joe Adams
  • John Ashe
  • William S. Barkley
  • Robert Bates
  • Gandy Baugh
  • Sabrina Bittencourt
  • Ron Brown
  • James Bunch
  • Anthony Bourdain
  • Eric Butera
  • Berta Caceres
  • Danny Casolaro
  • William Colby
  • Suzanne Coleman
  • Gregory Collins
  • Keith Coney
  • John Crawford
  • William Densberger
  • Steve Dickson
  • David Drye
  • Daniel Dutko
  • Klaus Eberwein
  • Dennis Eisman
  • Jeffrey Epstein
  • Emory Evans
  • Kathy Ferguson
  • Vince Foster
  • Eric S. Fox
  • Hershell Friday
  • Duane Garrett
  • Carlos Ghigliotti
  • Judi Gibbs
  • Aaron Goodrich
  • Larry Guerrin
  • Brian Hanley
  • Michael Hastings
  • Stanley Heard
  • Don Henry
  • Lance Herndon
  • John Hillyer
  • Stanley Huggins
  • Kevin Ives
  • Niko Jerkuic
  • Gary Johnson
  • John Jones
  • John F. Kennedy Jr
  • Robert Kelly
  • Shelly Kelly
  • Jordan Kettleson
  • Alan Krueger
  • Johnny Lawhorn Jr.
  • Conway LeBleu
  • Shawn Lucas
  • Todd Madison
  • Mary Caitrin Mahoney
  • Florence Martin
  • Todd McKeehan
  • Keith McMaskle
  • Charles Meissner
  • James Milam
  • Charles Wilbourne Miller
  • Ron Miller
  • Carolyn Moffet
  • Jenny Moore
  • Paul Olson
  • Jerry Luther Parks
  • Job W. Price
  • Montgomery Raiser
  • Victor Raiser
  • Scott J. Reynolds
  • Jeff Rhodes
  • Gary Rhodes
  • Seth Rich (1989–2016)
  • William Robertson
  • Ronald Rogers
  • Tim Sabel
  • Captain Schic
  • Barry Seal
  • Bill Shelton
  • Peter W. Smith
  • Ian Spiro
  • Alan Standorf
  • Victor Thorn
  • Paul Tulley
  • Jon Parnell Walker
  • Calvin Walraven
  • Russell Welch
  • Paul Wilcher
  • Jim Wilhite
  • Ed Willey
  • Gareth Williams
  • Robert Williams
  • Steve Willis
  • John Augustus Wilson
  • Richard Winters
  • Barbara Alice Wise
  • Terrance Yeakey

Whether or not the Clintons are responsible for every death on this list—or any of them—one thing is sure: the masses believe it’s not coincidental.

It certainly hasn’t helped that a Trump Administration official tweeted out that the Clintons were responsible for Epstein’s “suicide” within minutes of his death.

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