Deny, deny, deny!
That’s rule #1 for cheaters, crooks, liars, and politicians.
No wonder that it’s the new response of the entire D. C. Establishment as evidence for “Pizzagate” continues to mount. CNN, MSNBC, The Blaze, NPR, Stephen Colbert, Wikipedia, Pope Francis, and even the White House, among many other mainstream authorities, have all addressed the topic, even if they only try to mock it as crazy “fake news.”
Which was their first mistake.
Once the establishment stopped “denying, denying, denying,” and began “discussing, debating, and deriding,” they let the genie out of the lamp. And once a genie is out of the lamp, it doesn’t go back in unless you have some high-level magic up your sleeve.
What magic can the D.C. Swamp use to fight the truth about Pizzagate? They don’t have the facts on their side; they know that the worst thing they can do is try to openly discuss the dozens and dozens of pieces of evidence for the existence of a global ring of child sex abuse and sex trafficking.
This is why the entire media/political establishment is constantly using the mantra of “fake news” to discourage anyone from looking into Pizzagate for themselves. Consider the following graph of Google search activity:
Google Trends for ‘fake news’ since 2012.
Oddly enough, concerns over “fake news” are almost exactly one month old. The idea barely existed in popular discourse before that. Presumably fake news existed before that, but no one cared. Funny how Trump’s victory magically generated so much “fake news”–almost as if the masters of the MSM want to confuse the public so it only listens to them.
Alas, it’s not working. People continue to drift away from the MSM’s siren song, and interest in Pizzagate continues to grow.
Once they saw that the magic of MOCKERY failed, the next hex the D.C. puppet masters tried was FEAR.
If the people wouldn’t listen to the MSM and just ignore Pizzagate, then they’d have to learn the hard way. Telling us that Pizzagate is “crazy” no longer does the trick; now they’re trying to convince us it’s deadly.
That’s why James Alefantis, owner of Comet Ping Pong, which is apparently the hub of the D.C. branch of the child sex network, and his cohorts hired a professional but obscure actor, Edgar Welch (a white male, of course), to carry guns into the pizzeria on a Sunday afternoon. Welch told authorities that he came to “investigate” Pizzagate after reading about it online–which doesn’t explain why he would openly carry two guns if he was just looking around.
Clearly, he was assigned to pain all “Pizzagaters” as dangerous Internet psychos. Why have we not heard ANYTHING about him since he was “arrested”? He played his part–literally his role–and now he’s offstage. Clearly, staging a false flag like his “investigation” does not come cheap, which is why Alefantis (a restaurant owner who is for some reason ranked by GQ as the 49th most powerful person in Washington, D.C.) has started a Gofundme page to recoup $28,000 (supposedly) lost due to the “attack.”
Too bad for the perverts, the FEAR spell didn’t work. Now even more people are exploring Pizzagate. So the next hex would have to be even more impressive: LAW.
On November 30, one week after the Washington Post launched its witch hunt against “Russian propaganda fake news“, with 390 votes for, the House quietly passed H.R. 6393, a bill which deals with a number of intelligence-related issues, including … what the government calls [Russian] propaganda, and hints at a potential crackdown on “offenders.” …
While the bill passed the House with a sweeping majority, it is unknown if and when the bill will work its way through the Senate and be passed into law, although one would think that it has far higher chances of passing under president Obama than the President-Elect. It is also unclear if it will be used to shut down websites anonymously characterized as “useful idiots” or subversive elements used in disseminating supposed Russian propaganda.
This spell is more complex and will need more time, but there are many hands stirring the witch’s brew to give it power.
Zero Hedge, Breitbart, Wikileaks, The Drudge Report, and Conservative Daily Post itself (!) are just some of the sites being tarred as Russian propaganda.
Of all the things she could have talked about, Hillary Clinton came out of hiding to say that “fake news” and “malicious false propaganda” can have real impacts and threaten lives, clearly a reference to the Pizzagate false flag. She noted bipartisan legislation moving forward to combat “fake news sites”–i.e., any sites or investigations critical of the D.C. establishment.
Interestingly, she began her speech by saying, “This is not exactly the speech at the Capitol I hoped to be giving after the election,” almost as if she had been ordered to deliver a scripted message.
Not that Hillary is the only “big gun” being deployed to fight the Pizzagate genie. As Politico reports, Crazy Uncle Joe Biden told reporters in the Capitol on Wednesday that “he plans to eat at the Washington pizzeria targeted by fake news as a show of support,” and that he has already contacted the owners of Comet Ping Pong.
What’s wrong with Uncle Joe grabbing a few slices of pizza at a famous D.C. restaurant?
Well… Biden has a notoriously public affection for, well… just watch for yourself…
Decide for yourself what Biden says to this 13-year-old girl when he nuzzles her ear.
“Deny, deny, deny” may be the rule of thumb for criminals, but at some point, denying something so obsessively becomes a kind of proof. If Pizzagate really is an absurd conspiracy theory of lonely, alt-right basement dwellers, then why is the establishment feeling so much pressure to smother it? Just ignore it if it’s a delusion! “Don’t feed the trolls,” as they say on the Internet.
At the end of the day, you can talk about Obama being a lizard, about chemtrails, about pyramids on Mars, the Moon and in Antarctic, about secret underground military bases, about free energy, about 9/11 being a inside job, about how the moonlanding was fake and the Earth is hollow, but… for some reason… Pizzagate is “fake news” that needs to be removed from the Internet.