Jillian Epperly Promotes Gun Ownership to Followers

Jillian Epperly Promotes Gun Ownership to Followers December 17, 2018

Crazy cabbage lady, Jillian Epperly, is entering a new level of dangerous. Recently, Epperly has taken to her favorite platform, Facebook, to share her new found hobby of target shooting. In photos and posts, Epperly has become fascinated with target shooting and gun ownership. In addition to her strange obsession with guns, Epperly used a recent murder in Indiana as a way to promote her protocol. Jillian Epperly’s trajectory as a cult leader of destruction has officially commenced.

Earlier this month a teen in Indiana murdered his pregnant girlfriend. Aaron Trejo viciously stabbed and threw Breana Rouhselang’s lifeless body in a dumpster.

Trejo told police that he murdered Rouhselang because she waited too long to tell him about the pregnancy. By the time Trejo learned of her pregnancy, Rouhselang could not legally obtain an abortion in Indiana. Because Trejo wanted the baby dead, he decided to kill both the baby and Rouhselang.

Within days of the murder, the story became a national headline. As individuals around the country struggled to comprehend the cruel and hateful crime, Epperly decided to use the death for her gain.

On December 13, Epperly posted on her Facebook timeline. In her update, Epperly shared a link to an article on the murder of Breana Rouhselang.

Instead of offering condolences to the family, she used the murder as a way to sell her protocol. The status said,

“When b0ys are out of control at a young age, they trigger the system with either CPS, child support or the judicial system. Babies are expensive and mutated people make emotional decisions not logical decisions because raising a child is a lifetime commitment”

After the non-sensical and insensitive comment, Epperly dropped a link to her website and said,

“Get our b0ys and girls under control”

By dropping the link and statement, Epperly implied to her followers that her juice would solve these problems. Epperly believes that if parents make their children drink the salty cabbage drink, their children will not have unprotected sex.

In the wild mind of Epperly, she believes that people only have sex because they are on a “death trajectory.” She thinks that sex is a symptom of a dying individual. When people have sex, they are looking to spread their seed and genes.

For Epperly, only people that are dying would want to spread their seed. Reproduction means death to Epperly. Epperly teaches her followers that healthy individuals do not need to have sex.

Additionally, she says that when people start taking her protocol, they have the possibility of living infinitely. When a person can live for hundreds of years, they do not need to produce offspring.

Using her twisted logic, she used a senseless and horrific crime against an innocent teenage girl to sell her protocol.

Following her post about the murder, Jillian upped the ante later by sharing a new found hobby. Epperly appears to have a new found love for guns. Her new love of firearms seems to be a way for Epperly to protect her cult “empire” she has created.

Over the past two years, Jillian has written two books filled with non-scientific word salad to push her cabbage protocol. Her books are self-published via lulu.com. After the release of her second book, critics of Epperly uploaded the book online for anyone to read.

When Jillian learned about the website featuring the book, she told her followers not to obtain the book for free. She insisted the website housing her ebook had distorted and changed her book. Despite her assertations that the text is not authentic, the website and her physical book are identical.

Jillian is smart and knows she will lose revenue from book purchases due to the piracy of her text. For months, she has told followers not to believe what is on the website.

After posting about the murder of Breana Rouhselang, Jillian shared a message to her followers about the book.

A few days later, Epperly posted a warning to her trolls. Epperly uploaded a photo of her results from target practice. Despite the fact her aim appears incredibly sloppy, Epperly proclaimed to her followers that she qualified for a concealed carry weapons permit (CCW).

According to Epperly, she qualified using a semi-automatic Ruger LC9 pistol. On the Ruger website, the gun is touted as a personal protection weapon. The gun is compact, lightweight, and easy to use. Due to their small size, the pistols are easy to conceal from others.

Epperly’s message to critics and “trolls” is clear. By earning her conceal and carry permit, Epperly will always be armed. Posting her target practice photo is a direct threat to anyone critical or her. Epperly wants everyone to know that if you try to mess with her or her business, she will defend herself.

Then she posted a photo of her conceal permit along with a status to discuss why gun ownership is necessary.

While her gun ownership post seems innocent enough, Epperly has an unmistakable message to her followers that carrying a gun is necessary to protect themselves against the “mutated” people.

Since Epperly believes she and her followers are not “mutated,” she has created us versus them mentality. Her followers must protect Epperly and themselves from the harmful people not on the protocol.

Throughout two years, Epperly’s spiral into madness never seems to find a bottom. Anytime she makes a ridiculous claim such as her protocol will cure cancer, AIDS, or being gay; she finds ways to make bolder and more outlandish claims.

Her new claims that her protocol will stop murders associated with domestic violence has taken her to deeper lows. By capitalizing on murder, Epperly plays into the fear and paranoia many of her followers’ exhibit.

While her followers are feeling paranoid about murder, she reminds them that she is the only person that can be trusted. She lies to followers that her leaked ebook has been altered and changed.

By creating this lie, she reinforces to her members that she is the only source of knowledge for her protocol. She manipulates them to believe that anyone that leaks or shares her book without her consent is a liar.

Then when she has her followers feeling like everyone is out to get her, she promotes gun ownership and carrying a concealed weapon. Jillian is manipulating her followers to become gun owners by scaring them senseless.

She’s following the ranks of notorious leader David Koresh. Koresh made his followers believe the world was out to get them. He encouraged his followers to stock up on guns and ammunition, and he defended his belief system until the day the Waco compound went up in smoke.

 

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  • WallofSleep

    Wow. She’s every bit as ghoulish as an American evangelical.

  • igotbanned999

    In the wild mind of Epperly, she believes that people only have sex because they are on a “death trajectory.” She thinks that sex is a symptom of a dying individual. When people have sex, they are looking to spread their seed and genes.

    For Epperly, only people that are dying would want to spread their seed. Reproduction means death to Epperly. Epperly teaches her followers that healthy individuals do not need to have sex.

    Additionally, she says that when people start taking her protocol, they have the possibility of living infinitely. When a person can live for hundreds of years, they do not need to produce offspring.

    This is what happens when you rely on part 2 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure for your biology education.

  • yep!

  • yep. she is crazy

  • Raging Bee

    With even worse food choices!

  • Emma

    Ah, paranoia. She speaks often of other people’s fearmongering, but I have never seen anyone so afraid of imagined threats. The so-called trolls (people who disagree with her fake/harmful science crapola) she fears so much only want to shut down her business. Believe me, no one wants to go anywhere near this nutter.

  • amused

    At least she is encouraging her followers not to reproduce. Thereby doing for the gene pool what her laxative juice does for her follower’s colons.

  • Cozmo the Magician

    Hey Jilly? Guess what? YOU ARE A MUTANT. Unless you are a 100% clone of somebody, then your genes have mutations. Please feel free to shoot yourself now.

  • Tawreos

    I hate to say it, but putting someone’s book out there for free is not a good tactic. Yes, her book is full of shit and shouldn’t be read by anyone, but breaking the law is not the way to go about it. And instead of her cabbage swill, she should advise parents to get their kids condoms to help insure that they do not have any unwanted offspring to take care of.

  • TheBookOfDavid

    Looks like someone’s gone Zardoz on us. You never go full Zardoz, Jillian!

  • Raging Bee

    In this case, I’d call the unauthorized free release of her book an act of nonviolent civil disobedience. Hopefully, if the person responsible is caught, he/she will admit to it, as the rules of NVCD require.

  • Some guy

    It goes deeper than that. She is, in fact, the product of a four-billion-years-long chain of mutation after relentless mutation. (Well, OK, we all are, but you get my point.)

  • Some guy

    My concern is the potential backfire of further promoting her bullshit, even in the context of calling it bullshit.

  • Some guy

    Looking at that target, I’m not sure how scared I’d be to have her pull a real gun on me. A squirt gun, though, loaded with salty cabbage juice? [Cue theme from “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”.]

  • Oh my cats, did y’all see her on Dr. Phil?!

    Totally nuts.

  • That shot grouping is nothing to be proud of anyway. Unless she spends a LOT more time on the range, she’d be more of a danger to random bystanders than anyone she was actually trying to hit. Which is oddly appropiate…