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Pizzagate conspiracy regards a child-sex ring that was revealed by WikiLeaks in November 2016.

Damages to the investigation was hindered by snopes.com in 2016, for publicly announcing that it was a "hoax".[1]

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Elections[]

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Because we are one year away from the 2020 US elections, The Left wants to spin this thing towards Trump, just as The Right spun it towards Hillary and friends during the 2016 elections (i.e. Pizzagate). God is a DJ, and The Left and The Right are spinning on the turn table. Party at Comet Ping Pong.

Human trafficking[]

During the 2016 US elections, WikiLeaks leaked the Podesta emails[2][3][1][4][5] which revealed a sex-trafficking ring. The posting went viral in early November 2016. BuzzFeed traced the start of the conspiracy to a Tweet written by an alt-right account that claimed that emails found on Anthony Weiner's laptop purportedly revealed the existence of a pedophilia ring and an initially unrelated forum post on a conspiracy theorist website citing a post on 4chan. These claims were then spread by and elaborated on by fake news websites, one going so far as to claim that the NYPD had raided Hillary Clinton's property.[6]

Redditors from /r/The_Donald created the "Pizzagate" subreddit to further develop the conspiracy theory.[2] This subreddit was banned on November 23, 2016 for violating Reddit's policy against doxing, as users would post the personal details of people imagined to connected to this conspiracy.[5] PolitiFact investigated these claims and found no evidence for them.[3] Around this time, some Twitter and 4chan users started searching through the Podesta emails to find code words about sex trafficking.[6]

With Anthony Weiner on the rise (no pun intended) at that time, rumors quickly flared into a downward spiral claiming that the Democratic Party was involved in a pedophilia scandal. The WikiLeaks emails do reveal that John Podesta corresponded with Comet Ping Pong owner, James Alefantis, who had connections to Democratic representives. This led to rumors snowballing out of control about Comet Ping Pong, in Washington DC, as being headquarters of the sex-ring.

On Dec. 4, 2016, Edgar M. Welch, a 28-year-old from North Carolina, arrived at Comet with a military-style rifle and a handgun. The police said he fired the rifle inside the pizzeria, hurting no one, and surrendered after finding no evidence to support any claims of child slaves being held there.[7]

Some Pizzagate believers sent death threats to the owner of Comet Ping Pong.[2][8] Additionally, some followers of the conspiracy, claim that Kanye West's hospitalization had to with allegedly having evidence on Pizzagate.[9] The conspiracy theory became popular on Turkish social media and in Turkish publications after it was spread through pro-government newspapers. The Daily Dot concluded this was likely an attempt to draw attention away from actual child abuse problems within Turkey at the time.[10]

An “East Coast axis of elites”[11] sex trafficking ring has been confirmed from the apprehending of Jeffrey Epstein, who was charged with "Conspiracy", and following his "suicide". This secret sex ring has gotten away with murder, seeped in political witch huntings. The conspiracy trail first came to light by Wikileaks in November 2016 from the leaked Podesta emails.

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What Really Happened to Jeffrey Epstein? Joe Rogan and Tom Papa

"Pizzagate" got its name from the 2016 Wikileak that names the owner of a pizzeria called Comet Ping Pong in Washington DC. As soon as the spotlight flashed on the Pizzeria, it had become collateral damage among this ongoing sex ring scandal of power elites. Ties to the Pizzeria cannot totally be ruled out yet, until after the Epstein scandal comes to bed.

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Snopes.com [1]
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Kang, Cecilia. "This Pizzeria Is Not a Child-Trafficking Site". The New York Times. November 21, 2016
  3. 3.0 3.1 Emery Jr., C. Eugene. "Evidence ridiculously thin for sensational claim of huge underground Clinton sex network". November 4, 2016. PolitiFact.
  4. Washington City Paper [2]
  5. 5.0 5.1 Ohlheiser, Abby Fearing yet another witch hunt, Reddit bans 'Pizzagate', November 24, 2016, Washington Post
  6. 6.0 6.1 Silverman, Craig. "How A Completely False Claim About Hillary Clinton Went From A Conspiracy Message Board To Big Right Wing Blogs". BuzzFeed News. November 4, 2016.
  7. NY Times, Dissecting the #PizzaGate Conspiracy Theories, By GREGOR AISCH, JON HUANG and CECILIA KANG DEC. 10, 2016
  8. Cavanaugh, Darien. 'Pizzagate' Emails, Conspiracy Theory Continue To Draw Attention". November 27, 2016. Inquisitr
  9. Ewart, Alan. ""What is 'Pizzagate' and 'Twittergate' and Why is Kanye West Involved?" Inquisitr. November 22, 2016.
  10. Sozeri, Efe Kerem. "Alt-Right PizzaGate Conspiracy Fuels Anti-Americanism in Turkey". The Daily Dot.
  11. Epstein's friends are a stunning array of the rich, powerful and famous by Michael D'Antonio, Updated 11:18 AM ET, Thu July 11, 2019

Resources[]

Jeffrey Epstein's “East Coast axis of elites” sex trafficking ring’ “East Coast elitest sex trafficking” ‘allegations against Jeffrey Epstein and his inner circle’ ‘Epstein was reportedly left alone and not monitored before “he killed himself” in Manhattan jail cell’ ‘Jeffrey Epstein's powerful friends, associates and possible co-conspirators. The ongoing investigation includes notable figures connected to Epstein who have been named in sworn testimony, as well as major political figures with ties to him.

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