Every connecting website to this pizzagate case is total shit. I'm a designer so I may be too judgmental but I couldn't make such a horribly designed site if I tried. Does anyone else find it odd? Every lead has a shitty website don't some of these folks have cash to invest in a site that doesn't appear to be made from 1995?
CluedIn » November 21st, 2016, 4:16 pm wrote:The thing that struck me with this video is the narrator refers to the missing girl as Madeline McCAIN but then pronounces her parents name the correct way McCann (pronounced McKahn). Even after he references the parents with the correct pronunciation, he still refers to the girl as McCAIN. Why?
I really don't think Podesta would be snatching kids himself either. Where is all that "confirmation" coming from about the Podesta brothers staying at Freud's villa or that they were even in the area at the time?
One thing I do find "funny" is that McCauley Culkin's band's name is Pizza Underground. Not sure how they picked the name, but it works right in with all of these allegations about kids.
starfish prime » November 22nd, 2016, 3:41 pm wrote:However, it occurred to me that Pizzagate may also be a type of honeypot designed to incriminate those who research it, by leading them to accidentally download child pornography. Before the presidential election, Anonymous was claiming that they had access to and would leak a video of Bill Clinton raping a 13-year-old girl. However, even if such a video were released, anyone who viewed it could then potentially be charged with possession of child porn.
And I thought I’d share a couple more notes: We plan to heat the pool, so a swim is a possibility. Bonnie will be Uber Service to transport Ruby, Emerson, and Maeve Luzzatto (11, 9, and almost 7) so you’ll have some further entertainment, and they will be in that pool for sure.
Luzzatto served as then-Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton’s chief of staff from 2001 to 2009. Prior to her service with Senator Clinton, Luzzatto was on the staff of West Virginia Senator John D. Rockefeller IV for nearly 15 years, serving as legislative director and chief of staff. She was Senator Rockefeller’s primary liaison to two major advisory panels which he chaired, the National Commission on Children and the Pepper Commission on Health Care.
Knapsack » Today, 03:28 wrote:Yes, nonho, that video is absurd. How does a camera glitch out the way it did as soon as it entered the building? I'm assuming we're supposed to believe that this was shot with a smartphone camera, but I for one have never seen and cannot imagine an iPhone camera, for example, glitching in that way when it was working just fine (albeit with low quality) outside. I think it's an obviously contrived video.
I actually had been totally oblivious to this whole Pizzagate investigation until you made this thread, nonho, but now I've spent most of the day looking into it.
I have found this website to be a good primer/overview for showing the circumstantial evidence that has been put together via the Podesta emails, Instagram accounts, and some other sources:
Also, although the Pizzagate subreddit was shut down, it has been moved/resurrected here:
I have to admit that I'm intrigued. Of course the evidence that elites are involved in pedophilia and child trafficking has been shared for decades, and there have been widely-known cases of people who are connected to very prominent elites being caught (Jimmy Savile, Jeffrey Epstein, etc.). This is nothing new, so this adds to the weight of the circumstantial evidence. However, this could certainly be a PSYOP. After all, if it's true that the globalist controllers want to create chaos within the US, well, this would be a fantastic way to do it, no?
It's worrying to see that the same old guard controlled opposition crowd is now heavily covering Pizzagate. Apparently Infowars is working on a big piece about this, and you already mentioned WeAreChange being involved. This can be read as a major sign that this whole thing is a PSYOP, however, I can't yet rule out that this isn't simply a case of a legitimate grassroots investigation being co-opted by the usual suspects in order to control the discussion and eventually stifle all progress.
But to accept that this is all legitimate seems to require one to accept that Wikileaks is a legitimate subversive organization and that Julian Assange is not only a real person but a genuine "freedom fighter" if you will. And if you accept Assange, then you have to accept Snowden. So now you've been routed into believing in an obvious fiction.
Remember, after all, that the Podesta email account that was allegedly hacked and released via Wikileaks was a Gmail account with p@ssw0rd as the password. Is that remotely believable? People keep saying that Podesta is stupid, but again, this is not believable. The person leading a presidential campaign cannot be some moron who uses Gmail and the least secure password imaginable to store highly sensitive communications. Therefore the whole Podesta hack has to be called into question, and therefore so does Pizzagate.
But as I say, I'm intrigued.
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