Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) dropped an extraordinary coded message in a series of impeachment-related tweets during Wednesday’s impeachment inquiry, they each started with letters spelling out the phrase “Epstein didn’t kill himself.”

In recent weeks, the phrase has become a phenomenon of social media, with countless users inserting the phrase into memes and dropping the line in apparently unrelated conversations.

Taking the first letter from each tweet from top to bottom on Gosar’s Twitter (as it stood on Wednesday evening) it reads, “Epstein didn’t kill himself”:

E-vidence
P-resident
S-chiff’s
T-he
E-very
I-t’s
N-o
D-emocrats
I-t
D-onald
N-either
T-he
K-ent
I-n
L-et
L-ying
H-illary
I-t’s
M-axine
S-chiff
E-ven
L-et’s
F-inally

The thread is as follows:

Since the mysterious death in August of alleged billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, new evidence has led some to suspect that what was initially considered suicide was foul play.

Gosar’s tweets come a few days after Project Veritas released an explosive video of ABC reporter Amy Robach claiming the news organization refused to run her Epstein story, and she believes that he was killed by “a hundred percent.”

“What? Epstein didn’t kill himself?” Gosar added in a follow-up tweet on his personal Twitter account following social media’s discovery.