Rep. Paul GosarPaul Anthony GosarRepublicans criticize Pelosi for gifting pens used to sign impeachment articles Overnight Energy: Republicans eye top spot on Natural Resources panel | GOP lawmakers push back on bill to make greener refrigerators, air conditioners | Green groups sue Trump over California fracking plans Republicans eye top spot on Natural Resources panel MORE (R-Ariz.) left a hidden message in his tweets Wednesday, spelling out “Epstein didn’t kill himself.”

The first letters in 23 tweets in a row from Gosar's account read “E-P-S-T-E-I-N-D-I-D-N-T-K-I-L-L-H-I-M-S-E-L-F.” 

The tweets, which were posted over the course of several hours, comment on the impeachment inquiry, as the first public testimony took place Wednesday. Throughout the tweets, Gosar condemns the House Democrats and their witnesses while defending the president.

The most recent tweet in the sequence says, “Evidence of a link between foreign aid and political investigations simply does not exist. The longer this circus continues the clearer it becomes that @realDonaldTrump has done absolutely nothing wrong.”

Gosar’s office declined to comment to the Daily Caller, but Gosar retweeted the story on his personal account saying, “What? Epstein didn’t kill himself?”

Gosar sent a statement to The Hill with the first letter of each line spelling "A-R-E-A-5-1."

"All of the tweets pertained to testimony from today’s hearing. Rest assured, they are substantive. Every one of them. All of them. 5 were brilliant. 1 was ok," he said. 

Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his cell in New York in August after he was arrested for sex trafficking crimes. A New York medical examiner ruled the death a suicide, but conspiracy theorists and other medical examiners have questioned that designation, saying it was likely a homicide.

Gosar’s tweets come a week after conservative site Project Veritas released a video showing anchor Amy Robach on hot mic complaining that ABC would not allow her to air her reporting on Epstein three years prior.