Pizzagate

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Event.png "“Conspiracy theory”,  Fake news"
Pizzagate (Modified limited hangout,  VIPedophile)  ISGPRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Pizzagate.png
LocationComet Ping Pong
ParticipantsHillary Clinton, John Podesta, James Alefantis, Tony Podesta
Interest ofLiz Crokin, Ben Swann
InterestsStratfor
DescriptionImportant conspiracy in the US/2016 Presidential election campaign.

According to Wikipedia, Pizzagate is a "discredited and disproven" conspiracy theory that came to prominence during the 2016 United States presidential election.[1] It alleged that high ranking Democratic Party officials were affiliated with a human trafficking and child sex ring, that was run out of restaurants and retail businesses in the DC area.[2]

The theory was then "debunked" by Snopes[3] and the Washington, D.C. police said there is nothing to it.[4] ISGP painted the story as "disinformation" by hinting most pushers of the story were linked to the leaders of official opposition narrative-stories such as Alex Jones.[5]

A shooting at the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria a month after the election put Pizzagate in the headlines.[6][7]

Official narrative

Wikipedia writes: "In March 2016, the personal email account of John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chair, was hacked in a spear-phishing attack. WikiLeaks published his emails in November In 2016, proponents of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory falsely claimed the emails contained coded messages that connected several high-ranking Democratic Party officials and U.S. restaurants with an alleged human trafficking and child sex ring. One of the establishments allegedly involved was the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria in Washington, D.C".[8]

Shootout

On December 4, 2016, Edgar Maddison Welch, fired three shots from an AR-15 at Comet Ping Pong. He surrendered after officers surrounded the restaurant and told police that he had planned to "self-investigate". No one was injured, Welch sentenced to four years in prison. Some think the shooting was a staged attempt to discredit public discussion, Welch himself worked as an actor before.[9]

Cover-up

After the shootout, James Alefantis was invited to the Megan Kelly show mid December 2016,[10][11] after which the commercially-controlled media at large started to speak of a "debunked conspiracy".

Research

ISGP, a go-to source for deep politics, claimed the story to have little proof, calling the investigation "silly", pointing to that individuals such as Tony Podesta and Anthony Weiner already had a quite nefarious reputation for liking underage children. Most media pushing the story was linked to several previous disinformation campaigns. Noticeably, ISGP disproved the code language in Podesta's emails, where food items such as "pizza" and "hot dog" allegedly had a secret meaning.

However, the thorough ISGP article found a number of other truly bizarre connections that were not as easily dismissed. Joël van der Reijden pointed to some individuals such Marina Abramovic, Dennis Hastert and Christopher Kloman as particularly suspicious.[12]

Most research in the US media didn't focus on them after Donald Trump won the US 2016 Election.

People and organisations accused of involvement

The Finders

The general narrative of Pizzagate, especially around localities in Washington DC, has reminded some commentators of the Finders cult (which was also based in Washington DC).

Resources

Earth-Shattering Facts That Would Turn Washington Upside Down
Pizzagate:Disinfo,Truth,New Dutroux,X-Dossiers ties Long analysis of the event by Institute for the Study of Globalisation and Covert Politics


 

Event

EventDescription
PizzagateImportant conspiracy in the US/2016 Presidential election campaign.

 

Participants

ParticipantDescription
James AlefantisControversial owner of Comet Ping Pong.
Hillary Clinton“Too big to jail”
John Podesta
Tony Podesta


References