Thursday, February 16, 2017

Pizzagate


Pizzagate. You've heard of it, but do you know what it is? The establishment media is ignoring it but they may be helping to hide the largest paedophile network in America.

Comet Pizza is a pizza place in Washington, DC, owned by James Alefantis, who is the former gay boyfriend of David Brock, the CEO of Correct The Record. It has been the venue for dozens of events for the Hillary campaign staff. John Podesta has had campaign fundraisers there for both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. John’s brother and business partner Tony Podesta has his birthday party there every year.

Symbol of paedophilia.
It’s also a dive that according to reviews and photos has hidden bathroom doors and creepy murals. The bathrooms in particular have murals exclusively of nude women, as well as a great deal of graffiti relating to sex. Reviews of the restaurant are bizarrely polarized. Websites describing it positively note that there are regularly “unsupervised children running around”. Their menu includes a pedophilic symbol, as do the signs and decorations of other neighboring businesses.

The music acts and the posters promoting same acts are bizarre in their presentation, content, and lyrical focus, but are still promoted as being “for all ages”. The overtly sexual content would suggest otherwise.

The same has taken place in reference to videos recorded inside Comet Ping Pong by people that frequent their establishment as well as video referencing Comet Ping Pong positively from the exterior.

John Podesta
While initially not the central focus of the investigation at the onset, Comet Ping Pong is a much more overt and much more disturbing hub of coincidences. Everyone associated with the business is making semi-overt, semi-tongue-in-cheek, and semi-sarcastic inferences towards sex with minors. The artists that work for and with the business also generate nothing but cultish imagery of disembodiment, blood, beheadings, sex, and of course pizza.

Snopes.com says the story is fake news but Snopes.com is known for taking the establishment line. Can't trust Snopes. The thing is, after looking at the evidence, would you order a cheese pizza from Comet Pizza in Washington? I wouldn't. As a side note, my brother-in-law, the car dealer, adopts laser sensitivity when it comes to stuff like this. I wonder why.

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