I haven’t been tracking this, but MM assures me that this summarizes the common sentiment (H/T Vox):
Me before Epstein’s death: Conspiracy theories are facile misdirections favored by people who crave simplistic explanations to soothe their own feelings of powerlessness.
Me now: The Illuminati whacked Epstein.
Everything’s on the table.
We could analyze this to death (and have done) but it’s probably more constructive to make a prediction. Presuming that this is not somehow a 4D chess move (call that a 10:1 plausible but long-shot bet for now), it’s bad for the NWO project to have so much attention on this. Therefore, we’d expect they need to fill up the news cycle with something more flashy and distracting. Traditionally that means launching cruise missiles at somebody, getting the US entangled in some ethnic conflict in the middle of nowhere, or Muslims shooting up a couple hundred civilians.
On the other hand, maybe they’re worried this would give the game away now that everybody’s in Alex Jones mode. I suppose it depends how smart you think the psychopaths who call the shots are. Personally, I’d say extremely smart based on their historical pattern of winning, though still human. There’s also the supernatural element to consider at that level too, on both sides. So I can’t say this is a strong prediction on my part.