Epstein Meme Makes It to Walmart and Even to a Museum Wall Where the Banana Was

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Here’s a little non-impeachment, non-IG report fun news for the day.

Polls have shown that many Americans don’t believe that Jeffrey Epstein killed himself, despite the fact that is the official finding of the Department of Justice.

There have been some unique trolling efforts based on the “Epstein didn’t kill himself” theme.

There were two more of note that surfaced over the past few days.

A man went into Walmart and played a little prank with a customer service employee there, asking if she would please page “Mr. Clinton Killdepstein” to meet his “party at the grocery entrance.”

From Daily Caller:

“Good afternoon, Walmart customers,” the worker was recorded saying. “If I may have your attention please. Will a Mr. Clinton KilldEpstein meet your party at the grocery entrance. Mr. Clinton KilldEpstein, please go to grocery entrance to meet with your party. Thank you.”

The man could be heard off-camera thanking the woman.

“Let me know if he doesn’t show up in like 5 minutes, OK, and come back and I’ll do it again,” she said.

Well done! And what a good employee letting him know if his party doesn’t show up, she’ll repeat it again.

Meanwhile, in Miami, you may have heard the story about the art exhibit of a banana duct-taped to a wall that sold for $120,000.

Then a man, claiming he was doing “performance art,” ripped the banana off the wall and ate it. He got booted but didn’t get arrested.

But then a third guy, Rod Webber, decided to do a little performance art of his own, scrawling “Epstien [sic] didn’t kill himself” on the wall where the banana had been in red lipstick.

From NY Post:

“My name is ‘Epstein didn’t kill himself’ Webber,” he told the crowd that gathered around him as he said he was “just doing a little art.”

“It wasn’t vandalism, it’s art,” he repeatedly told security as he was being kicked out, video he posted on Facebook showed. He also said the gallery “invited” such performance art by setting a “precedent” with the banana display.

“This is the gallery where anyone can do art, right?” he said, referring to New York-based performance artist David Datuna eating the original banana as true “art.”

He also groused to cops, “If someone can eat the $120,000 banana and not get arrested, why can’t I write on the wall?,” according to a police report obtained by the Miami Herald. [….]

“Stupid can only be fought with more stupid. In a world where the idea of a banana is worth $120k, it is our moral obligation to mock, ridicule and crank the nonsense up to a million,” he wrote on Facebook Monday with video of the stunt.

Despite his protestations, he was arrested and charged with criminal mischief.