Prior the alleged shooting at Comet Pizza in Washington DC on dec 5th 2016, the mainstream media was doing everything it could to avoid any mention of the so-called “fake news” scandal that Wikileaks released a few weeks before called Pizzagate. In fact, if you went on to CNN’s website and performed a search for the term “Pizzagate,” you would only come up with some obscure and asinine articles about how the mayor of New York once ate pizza with a fork.
However, if you were to search social media or YouTube, especially prior to Facebook and Reddit censoring the results, you would find that there is a disturbing conspiracy theory about a child sex ring involving high-level members of the Democratic party centering around Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, former Chief of Staff to Bill Clinton, and councelor to Barak Obama, Mr. John Podesta, President Obama himself, and a pizza parlor in Washington DC called Comet Ping Pong Pizza. I say “disturbing” not only because it involves child sex slaves, but also because there is an overwhelming about of circumstantial evidence to support this conspiracy theory.
However naturally, this is not according to the mainstream media.
So, let’s take a look at this in reverse. What happened on Sunday the 4th of December at Comet Pizza in DC, and what is the media saying about it?
Allegedly, and I say “allegedly” not only cause the accused gunman hasn’t been convicted yet, but because the mainstream media loves to use the word “allegedly” whenever they deny the validity of a claim, on Sunday the 4th, Edgar Maddison Welch, a man from North Carolina, went into Comet Pizza and pointed a rifle at an employee. He (allegedly) said that he was there to conduct an investigation. He (allegedly) fired multiple shots into the ground, no one was hurt. Twenty eight-year-old Welch surrendered to law enforcement and was charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
Why did Welch do this, according to the mainstream narrative? Because of “right-wing” blogs spreading “groundless theories” about a child sex trade ring that involved, among others, the restaurant owner of Comet Ping Pong Pizza, James Alefantis.
No word on the results of Welch’s investigation. Just that the right-wing conspiracy theory that caused all of this is totally without merit and spread by white supremacists.
So, is it this supposedly completely groundless right-wing conspiracy theory that caused Welch to storm the pizza parlor with a semi-automatic weapon? Where did it all come from in the first place?
Depending on who you get your information from, the theory can get rather complicated. It is after all, whether you believe it to have any merit or not, definitely still just a theory.
The basic theory is this: that DC power players like Alefantis, the Podesta brothers, and even president Obama are involved, to various degrees, in the kidnapping, trafficking, molestation, rape, and possible killing of children. There are more complexities (including some that are so unbelievable I’m only going to briefly touch on them later), but that’s the basic accusation.
So, where did it come from?
Most of it comes from the cryptic and creepy content of John Podesta’s emails that were obtained, then released by Wikileaks.org. As I mentioned, Podesta is the former chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. He previously served as chief of staff to President Bill Clinton (an accused rapist himself) and counselor to President Barack Obama. After tens of thousands of his emails were made public, people on the web began pouring over them looking for evidence of political corruption. They found that of course, but what they also found was what seemed to be a code involving food. Before we look at the emails themselves, the code is theorized to go something like this…
Pizza = Girl
Hotdog = Boy
Cheese = Little girl
Pasta = Little boy
Map = semen
Dominos = BDSM sex
There is more, but that is enough to get us started. Now let’s take a look at a just a few of the suspicious emails.
On Thursday, December 24, 2015, Sandler, Herbert <[email protected]> wrote:
Mary and John
I think you should give notice when changing strategies which have been long in place. I immediately realized something was different by the shape of the box and I contemplated who would be sending me something in the square shaped box. Lo and behold, instead of pasta and wonderful sauces, it was a lovely, tempting assortment of cheeses, Yummy. I am awaiting the return of my children and grandchildren from their holiday travels so that we can demolish them. Thank you so much. I hope you and your gang are well. I miss you both Best wishes fro a merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Ps. Do you think I’ll do better playing dominos on cheese than on pasta?
It doesn’t make much sense that someone would want “notice” about the shape of the box food was sent to them in. If we look at this email with the alleged code in mind, if you can stomach it, we notice that the email takes on a whole new meaning, especially the post script section which doesn’t make any sense the way it is written.
So that’s Podesta, now on to Obama himself.
From: Fred Burton [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2009 2:39 PM
To: ‘Don Kuykendall’
Cc: ‘Aaric Eisenstein’; ‘Darryl O’Connor’; ‘Copeland Susan’
Subject: RE: Get ready for “Chicago Hot Dog Friday”
I think Obama spent about $65,000 of the tax-payers money flying in
pizza/dogs from Chicago for a private party at the White House not long
ago, assume we are using the same channels?
$65,000 for pizza and hotdogs? Forget the misuse of tax dollars for a second and just think about how many hotdogs and pizzas that would be, why on earth they would come from Chicago, and why wouldn’t they eat something a little more refined if you are going to throw that kind of cash around? And I don’t know about you, but when I order pizza with my friends I don’t ask them if they want to “use the same channels”, that’s not really pizza ordering language that I’m familiar with. Once again, the meaning of the email takes on more significance when read with the suspected code.
There are more of these emails, some of which have reasonable explanations, others are equally creepy when looked at through the lens of the alleged code, and make no sense what so ever the way they are written. But is that it? Those emails are certainly weird, but not exactly reason to storm a pizza place with a deadly weapon, right? So, what else are these right-wing, white supremacists spreading around the internet in regards to these fine upstanding Democrats?
Well, it is more circumstantial evidence, but the potential implications definitely don’t get any less creepy.
I’m not exactly sure who first noticed this, but John Podesta and his brother Tony Podesta (an American lobbyist best known for founding the Podesta Group and being totally creepy) look just like the police sketches of the suspects in the disappearance of Madeleine McCain. Remember, back in May of 2007 a little girl from the UK went missing while on holiday with her family in Portugal? It was all over the news in the States.
Her parents were suspects for a short period of time, then cleared, and the police released two sketches of the suspects based on descriptions given by witnesses.
But what else do we know about either of these two that might give cause for suspicion? To being with, Tony Podesta has a sick taste in “art,” that includes decapitated statues posed in positions that bare an eerie similarity to pictures that Jeffery Dommer (a pedophile cannibal serial killer) took of the mutilated corpses of some of his victims, as well as paintings of dead looking children laying in shallow water, and for reasons unknown, he has stuffed animals and toys throughout his creepy home despite his not having any children.
Could you imagine if Trump had something like this in the lobby of the Trump Tower, what would the leftist media say about it? How on earth could you possibly justify having any of these in your home? This is absolutely sick.
Evidence like this, as circumstantial as it is, is disgusting and maddening. To think of someone victimizing an innocent child evokes a response of either sickness or rage in any morally healthy person. Unfortunately, it also leads to overenthusiastic acceptance of other, not so verifiable evidence that supports the theory, a sort of chain reaction in the mind. When you are able to connect the dots between what seem to be coded emails, police sketches, and pedophilia “art”, the understandable anger it arouses in you makes it a little too easy to start accepting as fact other claims and accusations made against these people.
So unwittingly, many people are spreading what is quite possibly “fake news” about Pizzagate all over the internet. This isn’t making it any easier to draw critical attention to the issue or have an intelligent conversation about it. Most of the dubious information comes from what is allegedly James Alefantis’ formerly public Instagram account, which has now gone private.
It includes pictures of children taped to a table, pictures of children with sexually suggestive or even sexually overt hashtags, and disturbing “art” that graphically depicts what is unquestionably child rape. The problem is, there is absolutely no way of verifying whether any of these images were actually from Alefantis’ Instagram. Casting further doubt on this information is that many who spread the images of the pedophile “art” attribute it to being in Comet Ping Pong, for which there is no evidence.
The result of such dubious information being associated with Pizzagate is that it clouds that waters, so that when you research “Pizzagate pedophile art”, along with the creepy art done by people who have performed at Comet Ping Pong and the horrors that hang on the wall of the Podesta home, you will find images of paintings done by Ria Pratt.
But as far as I can tell, there is no connection that can be reasonably drawn between Pratt (Pratt is not the artist’s real name, she suffers from Disassociate Identity Disorder from childhood trauma, the paintings depict what she was subjected to) and Pizzagate. All of this gives fuel to the “fake news” accusations leveled towards those that spread information about pizza gate to raise awareness about the legitimate crimes that may have been committed.
So, does the mainstream media address this in the way I just did, drawing a distinction between the evidence that can be found in the verifiable Podesta emails versus the alleged former Instagram images? Not as far as I can tell. All I have seen is a general “nothing to see here folks” or even the “you’re not a retard or racist, are you? Then you must agree that Pizzagate is fake news”.
The media is behaving as though it is completely unreasonable to even suggest that people like the Podesta brothers and Obama, along with the rest of those incriminated in the emails, could ever do such a thing. And for many people out there, that doesn’t raise an alarm. But for those that don’t know, this isn’t the first time accusations like this have come out against people in high places.
In June of 1989, the Washington Times reported that aides in the Carter, Raegan, and Bush administration were under investigation for using a “call boy” service. Some of the “boys” were given mid-night tours of the White House. Nothing serious resulted from the investigation.
The “Boy’s Town incident” or the “Franklin child sex ring allegations” took place between 1988 and 1991. Prominent politicians and celebrities were named as those that paid for the service of forced underage prostitutes. There were no convictions, unless you count the perjury convictions for those that brought the accusations.
The McMartin preschool trial was the longest and most costly trial in American history. It centered around a family run day care facility in California were children alleged that they were forced into prostitution for celebrities and politicians. The incident went on from 1983 to 1990 and ended in no convictions. This despite three-time regional FBI director Ted Gunderson stating that he found the tunnels under the day care, tunnels that the children said they were taken out through, this was independently confirmed by professional geologists and archeologists. Once again, no convictions.
Other than the blanket label of “fake” applied to all these incidents, the high profile of the alleged perpetrators, and the lack of convictions, can you guess what commonality they all share? Accusations of Satan worship. That’s right, if it wasn’t weird enough already, these people have all been accused not only of raping children, but sacrificing them to the devil.
So while it would not be unreasonable to say that belief in the child sex trafficking accusations brought up by the Franklin child sex ring allegations, the McMartin preschool allegations, and now Pizzagate, would qualify as a conspiracy theory, since it is a theory that multiple people conspired to victimize these children and to cover the evidence there of, it would be just as true to say that it is a conspiracy theory to suggest that multiple people who have no relation to each other, often then alleged victims including preschool aged children but also including former federal agents and professionals, have concocted fallacious stories about child sex rings and Satanic sacrifice involving politicians. But which one of those seems more far-fetched?
Sure, small children do make some things up sometimes, but do most three-year-olds come home from school with stories of scoring a questionable number of goals during soccer, or do they come home with stories of being taken out in tunnels and flown to an airstrip in the mountains to be prostituted to the politicians they should only know through the TV while being forced to take part in Satanic rituals involving child sacrifice? That does not sound like your run-of-the-mill exaggerated child’s story.
Sometimes we don’t have all the facts, sometimes theories and circumstantial evidence is all we have. But we have to choose the most reasonable of those theories to belief if we want to consider ourselves rational people. So, when you look at the evidence of pizza gate, bring along your skepticism, for the validity of the evidence, and for those that dismiss it, and come to your own conclusions based on reason and all the facts that you do have.
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