I’ve been hesitant to write about Pizzagate, primarily because the rest of the internet has already covered the story incredibly well. It felt like without something substantial to add, anything I said would just end up being a hodgepodge of links from other sources who did a better job of describing the saga than I ever could. After constant commentary from readers, all of whom were upset with the MSM burying the story, I finally deciding on a new perspective to share.
This story is never going away. No matter how hard the MSM, authorities, or establishment tries to bury it, it will never die.
A little background on Pizzagate is necessary, for those who aren’t familiar with the story. The contents of the personal Gmail account of John Podesta were breached (notably because Podesta fell for a common password phishing hoax), and the contents of his emails were leaked gradually in the subsequent months. The contents of the emails detailed debate questions shared by Donna Brazile to Hillary Clinton, doubts about Hillary’s Wall Street speech fees, rigging the DNC primary against Bernie Sanders, and the King of Morocco bribing the Clinton Foundation to get a defense deal with the United States, among thousands of others. Most Damaging Wikileaks has a list of what it believes to the top 100 most damaging leaks, and they almost entirely came from Podesta’s Gmail account.
Think about that for a second – the majority of the “Wikileaks” you are hearing about are all due to one highly-placed Democratic staffer being so brazen about his corrupt criminal conduct that he wasn’t afraid to openly discuss it using a Gmail account. And, we’re only hearing about it because he fell for a common password phishing scam that could have just as easily happened to you by a Nigerian “prince” or a desktop pop-up ad claiming “your system has been compromised, change password immediately!” If you would think someone like Podesta would be more concerned with hiding questionable conduct somewhere else besides a Gmail account, you would clearly be mistaken.
So, how did we get to “Pizzagate” from these emails? Well, allegedly there was something that was so awful, that while it was still discussed in the emails, it had to be spoken in code. Internet sleuths have hypothesized that Podesta and his brother Tony ran an underground child pedophilia sex ring with James Alefantis, who allegedly used pizzerias owned by Alefantis, notably Comet Ping-Pong, as locations for their clients’ conduct. Using food items as code words for their illicit conduct would be understandable; even though a Gmail account be easily subpoenaed as evidence were real charges to be filed, clearly Podesta was unafraid about conducting sketchy business via Gmail, and the “code” could easily be used as cover. If you don’t think its a code, read some of the emails for yourself, and let me know what you think it is, because none of the emails referenced make any sense at all.
With the help of a friend, I’ve compiled a list of links, pictures, theories, and explanations behind Pizzagate, in a separate page linked here. For the record, my opinion on Pizzagate is simple – there is so much smoke, there has to be at least some sort of fire behind it. I won’t go into too many details; the link I provided will fill you in on anything you want to know, and if you’re still interested, it will be up to you to fill yourself in on the rest. Allegedly, this conduct has occurred since at least the 1980s-1990s, and Podesta has been a power player in DC since the early 80s.
However, I have to bring up James Alefantis, because you might think he’s some nobody who just so happens to be friends with the Podestas and own a pizzeria. Previously known via the Instagram account he ran as “jimmycomet”, he is listed as the 49th most powerful person in DC. He’s posted personal thank you letters to him from Hillary Clinton, posted pictures of his boyfriend (Alefantis is gay, I’m not making a joke) David Brock, who is also director of Correct The Record (CTR). He has also posted pictures of children all over his Instagram, citing the Podestas in the comments, as well as being into some very creepy satanic art and objects. Also, he’s visited the White House at least five times, and posted pictures of Barack Obama playing ping-pong, incidentially with a child.
So it’s not as though Alefantis is just some schmuck who owns a few pizza places who just so happens to be friends with the Podestas. This guy is a serious DC power player.
I’ll leave it to you to go down the Pizzagate rabbit hole and make your own conclusions; be warned, we are talking about an underground child sex ring, with major satanic references and some truly disgusting allegations. Even though Wikipedia lists Pizzagate as a “debunked conspiracy theory”, there are thousands, if not millions, who think Pizzagate exposes a sinister, criminal element of politics in DC. And I’m certain that the voices demanding further investigation will only grow louder in the months and years to come; make no mistake about it, this story will never go away, no matter how much the authorities and/or powers that be want it to.
Why? Simple. What if it was your kid, who came to you and said they were abused by one of these people? Or, go a step further; what if it was your child who was a victim, and the truth had been covered up for years, because the criminal in question was a powerfully-placed individual?
I don’t have any children, so I don’t know how I’d react, and that honestly scares me to some degree. I’ll tell you this – if it was me, I’d never stop until my kid got justice. If the authorities wouldn’t do anything about it, I might be moved to take matters into my own hands. I don’t know; like I said, I don’t have kids, but if I did, I’m sure they would mean the world to me. If you have children, don’t your children mean everything to you?
To those would say this can’t possibly happen, because of the scope, size and nature of the alleged crimes; really, is it so hard to believe? That some of the most powerful people in the nation wouldn’t be able to run a child sex trafficking ring and cover up their involvement in it? Or that they wouldn’t use evidence of participation in child sexual abuse as bribery against other DC power players, such as Dennis Hastert? Do you honestly believe that 1) the Podestas and Alefantis wouldn’t be able to do this, or 2) that they wouldn’t be able to cover the whole thing up?
The entire Pizzagate saga feels eerily similar to the Jerry Sandusky scandal. If you’ve somehow been living under a rock, in November of 2011, Sandusky was formally indicted by a grand jury of 40 counts of sex crimes against young boys. The former defensive coordinator of the Penn State football team, his illicit conduct is known to date back to at least the mid-1990s, perhaps as far back as 1976. Notably, his conduct was covered up by many within the organization, notably the University’s President Graham Spanier, Senior VP Gary Schultz, Athletic Director Tim Curley, and former assistant coach Mike McQueary (who testified to witnessing one of the alleged abuses in 2002).
Just to recap, this is a child sex abuse scandal involving a powerfully-placed individual, that was covered up at least 15, probably closer to 35 years. Sound familar?
Also, ask yourself; did you even have any idea who Jerry Sandusky was prior to the 2011 indictment? And did you have any idea who John Podesta was prior to the 2016 Wikileaks, and the allegations that he ran a child sex ring that have (finally) been acknowledged by the MSM?
When the Sandusky scandal broke, I made a few (probably tasteless) jokes about it, as I am known to do, and I also asked friends (some of whom are PSU alumni) what they thought. After making said jokes and asking questions about who knew what and how deep the problem went to one friend in particular, he said something that will forever be stuck in my head:
What if it was your kid? How would you react? Wouldn’t you want to know what really happened?
Of course, there have been so many allegations of complicit conduct and cover-up behavior in both Pizzagate and the Sandusky scandal, that all of it cannot possibly be true. Another source who attended PSU in the early-mid 2000s pointed out how some have connected the disappearance of District Attorney Ray Gricar to the Sandusky scandal, noting that he did not think the two were linked at all. He stated that Gricar was “a scumbag DA who had a lot of kids prosecuted for inconsequential crimes like underage drinking,” and “had his fair share of enemies in the criminal justice system, possibly people he had wrongfully imprisoned.”
Notably, Gricar tabled earlier investigations against Sandusky in 1998, and as my source notes, “he could easily have been paid off” to do so. Also, Gricar disappeared just two weeks after he indicted a drug dealer in “the largest heroin operation that we have ever seen in Centre County”. It sounds to me like Gricar is just another scumbag in the criminal justice system who had plenty of enemies, and who had of course already chosen not to prosecute Sandusky.
Like Pizzagate, there are probably many others like Gricar who are have been falsely tied to Pizzagate. However, like Spanier, Curley, Schwartz and Paterno, there are clearly those like the Podestas and Alefantis who are in the thick of the whole thing.
And, if Pizzagate is real, then comparing Sandusky to the Podestas and Alefantis would be like comparing a street pickpocket to the Gambino crime family. Its not like it is that far out of left field – not only is Sandusky a child pederast who got away with it for decades, plenty of highly-placed individuals in the university and in the criminal justice system were complicit in allowing him to remain free and continue abusing children, even though they had every reason not to allow his conduct to continue. In addition, child abuse has long been rumored to occur in Hollywood, most recently again brought to light with new focus on child abuse allegations against director Bryan Singer, with the perpetrators getting away with their conduct due to their status as Hollywood big-wigs.
For me, nothing short of a full investigation and criminal inquiry into Pizzagate that goes beyond local police, and actually brings someone to justice, will suffice. The MSM, who is known to peddle fake stories and not retract them, is complicit in this conduct by refusing to do any real reporting on it, and stating that Pizzagate is a “conspiracy theory” that is in no way rooted in fact. If you’ve read any of the Podesta emails in question, and you can tell me exactly what all the pizza references he is making are supposed to mean, if not some sketcky child trafficking ring with satanic surroundings, I’m all ears, and so is the rest of the internet.
Whether you choose to believe it or not, you’re going to have to live with one fact – Pizzagate is never going away. Even if years went by, with everyone telling you the whole thing was a conspiracy, and the authorities telling you that there was no evidence behind the allegations…
…what would you do or believe if it was your child, who came to you and said he/she had been sexually abused? Would you believe it then? Would you ever be able to look your child in the eye for the rest of their life, if you didn’t do everything in your power to bring the awful people responsible to justice, using any means necessary?