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“PizzaGate” is now being picked up by major media outlets. There is no denying it now that The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Fox News affiliates in the nation’s capital have filed reports. That is the good news. The bad news is that they are liars and deceivers of the highest magnitude.

For those who are new to the story surrounding Comet Ping Pong, WikiLeaks, Washington’s 49th “Most Powerful” man and the Podesta brothers, here is the quick run-down:

  • WikiLeaks revealed roughly 50,000 stolen emails belonging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta. Some of those emails revealed that he had very bizarre friends and often seemed to really, really, really like “pizza.”
  • Individuals on Reddit, 4chan, YouTube, and other websites started looking into John and Tony Podesta’s connections (Tony is one of the biggest lobbyists in D.C. and has an art collection that features nude teenagers). One of those indiviuals was No. 49 on the GQ’s “Most Powerful” individuals, James Alefantis.
  • Mr. Alefantis (former boyfriend of Correct the Record’s David Brock) owns Comet Ping Pong in Washington, D.C. The establishment next to his business is another pizza place called Besta Pizza, which until the past few weeks had a pizza logo that was a dead-ringer for a symbol that law-enforcement agencies warn is favored by pedophiles. The guy who owns Besta Pizza worked under Bill Clinton in the Department of Justice investigating human trafficking, sex crimes, etc.
  • Mr. Alefantis’ Comet Pizza Instagram account and the accounts of his employees featured highly troubling images for a “kid-friendly” and “family friendly” establishment. (That is how the company bills itself. That is not my opinion.)
  • Comet Ping Pong features entertainers who are weirdly obsessed with sex. It has commissioned promotional work to a woman whose portfolio includes blatant imagery of sex abuse of children.
  • Those investigating this on the internet say this is clear evidence that warrants an investigation. They have been accused of creating “Fake News” by every major media outlet that has covered the story.

Read the following articles and then ask yourself why all of them either completely avoided linking to publicly available images, or weirdly tried to make it sound like this was all a partisan thing started by Donald Trump fans.

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This is not about Donald Trump. This is about innocent children. This is about teenagers who are lured into an establishment with grown men who make it crystal clear what kind of “pizza” is on the menu.

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Honest reporters do not shout “Fake! Fake! Fake! Fake! Fake!” That is not how it’s done.

James Alefantis and his employees do not get to post sexually explicit material all over the internet and then play the victim when people start talking about it, sharing the images, and wondering what the heck goes on at these late-night events featuring “Sex Stains.”

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Americans who are revolted by YouTube videos of Comet Ping Pong performers making comments about pedophilia (i.e., “We all have … preferences.”) are not “fevered.” Their outrage is healthy because normal people don’t take little kids to that kind of “performance.”

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What is going on between the media and those who are taking down publicly available material is insidious. This needs to be clearly explained so there is no mistaking what is happening.

  • There is a systematic effort to cast anyone who is upset about this as a weirdo or a “conspiracy theorist.”
  • By making it impossible or near-impossible to actually find the evidence, the media shrinks the pool of people who know the truth. When that happens, righteous anger sounds like the ranting and raving of lunatics.
  • When the rest of the population cannot see the evidence, they are inclined to believe the media because to do otherwise would require confronting evil.
  • The practical effect of all this is that anyone with integrity within the media is discouraged from doing the right thing because they do not want to lose their jobs, be seen as kooks, audited by the IRS, confronted by corrupt law enforcement officials, or wind up dead.

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You are being manipulated, and the manipulation is not being done by your fellow Americans on Reddit. It is being done by powerful people in the nation’s capital and their friends in places like The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg News, and Fortune magazine.

The mainstream media is corrupt.

Do not take anything they tell you at face value.

“Fact Checkers” are partisan hacks and “Fake News” is a euphemism for “Opinions or Facts We In The Mainstream Media Do Not Like or Want to Cover.

If you do not realize and accept this, then you will continue to live in a world where “kid-friendly” pizza places can promote “Shut up N F*ck Men” without repercussions. That is not just unacceptable — it is evil.

Exit Question: Would you bring your child to a “Sex Stains” show? The reporters at The New York Times and The Washington Times apparently would, since this is all one big “Fake News” story.

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About the Author Douglas Ernst

I'm a former Army guy who believes success comes through hard work, honesty, optimism, and perseverance. I believe seeing yourself as a victim creates a self-fulfilling prophecy. I believe in God. I'm a USC Trojan with an MA in Political Science from American University.

40 comments

  1. Okay, I’m sure I’m the last person you want to hear from right now, but, in regards to the following claim and it’s related statements:

    “The mainstream media is corrupt.”

    Can you back that up with evidence outside the “Pizzagate” controversy that we users can verify for ourselves?

    1. Cmon man. Think i went to bat for you before…

      Theres wikileaks…and the fact that various mainstream journalists checked with the clinton campaign on a per question basis, before publishing stories or interviews, an unbelievable conflict of interest for any journalist. Before wikileaks was the obvious hiring of mainstream journalists into the white house PR system and vice versa of former WH PR people working at cbs,nbc, abc for example. George Stephanopoulus being the most well known example, but also a web of intermarried and related media and WH officials, im sure Doug has list lol. This is corruption by even the yellow journalism standards of american history.

    2. “Theres wikileaks…and the fact that various mainstream journalists checked with the clinton campaign on a per question basis, before publishing stories or interviews, an unbelievable conflict of interest for any journalist. Before wikileaks was the obvious hiring of mainstream journalists into the white house PR system and vice versa of former WH PR people working at cbs,nbc, abc for example. George Stephanopoulus being the most well known example, but also a web of intermarried and related media and WH officials, im sure Doug has list lol.”

      BINGO. And I have no desire to give WebLurker a personalized portfolio since a.) he doesn’t know any of this stuff despite reading my blog and just coming off election-cycle news coverage where this was exposed for all the world to see, and b.) the guy wants to come right out and say that he doesn’t trust me and MY “sphere of influence.”

      Yes, that’s right, the guy who literally left Washington, D.C., after nearly ten years BECAUSE he didn’t like the sick and slimy and corrupt networks … cannot be trusted, but the George Stephanopoulus’ of the world are swell guys with WebLurker. Remember when Chelsea Clinton was paid $600,000 by NBC as a “special correspondent” despite having no experience and just reading from a teleprompter once in awhile. Yeah. Interesting. But Weblurker will believe NBC News over me.

      “Special” defined: “We want access to the Clintons when Hillary runs for present.”

      Totally not compromised at all. Right, Weblurker?

    3. Can you back that up with evidence outside the “Pizzagate” controversy that we users can verify for ourselves?

      WikiLeaks demonstrated this beyond a reasonable doubt. Reporters asking the Clinton campaign for ways to nail Republicans. The Clinton campaign admitting that reporters were “friendly” and could be manipulated. Donna Brazille was fired for sending the Clinton campaign debate questions. It’s all there in 50,000 documents. Just because you are too lazy to go through the publicly available information, that’s not my fault.

      What a shocker that the New York Times and others would not want to report that they are corrupt hacks.

      “We put out on background to one or two VERY friendly and maleable reporters that what HRC decided to do in the end in terms of what will be a tremendous disclosure was in large part because of the new team’s strong advice and feeling that she tell it all, for better or for worse. That after several initial days of not having our footing, they injected refreshing advice that HRC wholeheartedly agreed with. A sign that while the campaign team is still coming together and gelling, they already are having an impact on the way we do business, showing that even if it’s a little bumpy to start, things WILL be different this time.” — Philippe Reines

      I’m not going to spend my weekends compiling countless WikiLeaks from you because you can’t be bothered to do your own homework. And why should I even engage you when you said you already don’t trust me or my “sphere of influence”? I have better things to do.

      I don’t really trust you on politics and other social events that much; I’ve seen many articles were I haven’t agreed with the thesis or didn’t think the logic or arguments presented followed. To be fair, association with alt-right people […] over the years and my own left leanings do create some bias, but still, I’ve come to the conclusion not to take everything I read here at face value. […] Of course, I’m going to want a second opinion from another source outside of your sphere of influence.” — WebLurker.

      I don’t waste my time with people who impugn my character or come to my blog and insult my “sphere of influence.” If you don’t like this “sphere of influence,” then I’m not going to go the extra mile to give you information. Why should I when you have shown that you will just dismiss it because of your own blind allegiance to an ideology? No thanks.

    4. How about when a few journalists/reporters announced the collapse of Building 7 during g the 9-11 attacks BEFORE the building collapsed?!! One reporter from the UK was reporting in front of a live cam showing Building 7 intact and not collapsed as she announced it; it crumbled a full 20 minutes later. Why on earth, in this day & age, would you think the media is NOT corrupt?

    5. https://www.amazon.com/Into-Buzzsaw-LEADING-JOURNALISTS-EXPOSE/dp/1591022304
      there is an hour long survey of the book on youtube look for Gerard Colby
      ProjectCensored.org keeps track of these, there are many (and that’s just the left-wing critics)
      MRC.org looks at things from the “right”.

      from the “good old days”:
      http://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/operation-mockingbird/#
      and the new:
      http://www.activistpost.com/2016/09/us-govt-just-legalized-operation-mockingbird-fbi-can-now-impersonate-media.html

      there hasn’t been a political assassination or terror attack where the “official” version of the story holds up. Warren Commission? When Jack Ruby said on film “the world will never know”? 9/11 commission? See Peter Lances “Cover Up” and “Triple Cross”.
      OKC bombing? Maybe significant as the last gasp of investigative work by the networks as ABC did show video of the ATF looking for the bomb on the morning of the attack. DVD “A Noble Lie” claims planned follow-up was killed after FBI visited. The FBI also visited the prime witness in the Boston Marathon bombing case and killed him.

      You can go to KPFA.org and listen online to the program “Guns and Butter” which is a rare uncensored, pretty much take-no-prisoners look at these issues. News is not good as a great deal of what is presented on the MSM really is fake, or more precisely a lie of omission. Which is what most of 20th century textbook history is–see the writings of Antony Sutton (available on line) regarding the investment bankers and their relationships with Hitler and Stalin.

      The MSM runs a number of interference and disinformation campaigns for their corporate masters. Evidence regarding outright suppression of dangers of GMO products, among other scandals, can be found in”Into the Buzzsaw”. Evidence regarding the connection between mass shooting episodes and over-use of SSRI drugs is at SSRIstories.com this evidence is systematically shut out due to the advertising revenue from the big pharmas.

      There was a good particular instance of faked news recently leave it to the infamous Alex Jones to catch it:

      http://www.infowars.com/fake-news-site-cnn-completely-misrepresents-quote-rest-of-lying-media-runs-with-it/

  2. Sadly, im on this ipad, but I must comment. Im reminded of the epstein saga and the amazing web of deciet, uncertainty and obstacles of the case. The details are now well known, so I wont repeat them here…but the way things went caused unreal speculation on my part.

    There seemed to be a type of ‘noise’ intelligence operation around it, such as using uncredible accusers to dilute the story of possible truthful accusers. A media operation that preemptively cast doubt on the guilt of obvious friends of epstein to protect very powerful people. And a push and pull where a right media would attack and the left media would resist.

    Your a smart guy, and im sure the connection wasnt lost on you. But there are so many red flags here. Bill Clinton had a nearly unsatiable sexual appetite, and with great power, is likely prone to making a variety of fantasies come true…of course thats speculation, but the flights to the ‘island’ did happen…and no questions were asked. We also know that people of this type tend to congregate and protect each other…though this operation seemed to be taking a lot of risks…perhaps the culture reduced their fear…or the knowledge…as we have seen…that they would be protected.

    Its sad to see right media fail on this, Katie Plavich and heat street. I wonder if they have a dog in this. If I were a powerful pedophile, I would be an octupus to every potential media outlet. We already know that the entire democrat party used a variety of dirty tricks and unfair practices…whos to say they did not have a way to hide their most dangerous secrets?

    Getting 4chan and reddit to take down posts about the subject may have been a mistake however. These outlets are known for their ‘anything you want to post’ nature…where theres smoke…in a place like 4chan…theres a an inferno

    1. “Your a smart guy, and im sure the connection wasnt lost on you. But there are so many red flags here.”

      Exactly. And the mainstream media does not want to cover the red flags that all truth-seekers see. As you said, even reporting on the Epstein case was weird. It’s like pulling teeth to get people to do their job. It’s because they are scared. What happens if you take on Epstein in the press and then he gets off? Then you just pissed off a billionaire who flies the former president to his personal “Orgy Island” on his “Lolita Express” jet. Are you afraid? I would be. Fear is understandable in that situation.

      Likewise, what do you do if you’re the media and John Podesta’s emails are given to WikiLeaks? What do you do if you report on them and then Hillary Clinton is elected president? You have just pissed off one of the most powerful men in the world who just so happens to be the right hand man of “Madam President.” It did not happen, obviously, but media organizations were terrified that such a scenario would unfold. So they did NOT do their jobs and give people the information they needed prior to the election.

      And now we have a case where the media did NOT do its job on WikiLeaks, but people like WebLurker STILL think I’m the one who is untrustworthy. It’s insane. I’m was going through WikiLeaks AFTER WORK on my own. I spent hours digging through information that the mainstream media refused to ignore because powerful (liberal) friends were involved. Why expose the Clinton campaign’s corruption when there is that black tie event in Georgetown on Thursday night?

      I lived in that world. For years. I went to black tie events. I shook hands with powerful people. I ate dinner with millionaire donors to political campaigns. I heard the gossip that doesn’t make it onto the news. I heard “the news” that doesn’t make it onto the news. I met people who literally told me to get rid of my principles if I wanted to go somewhere in the political world. And then I walked away from it all. On purpose. I moved hundreds of miles away, and then my wife said she was happy because it seemed as if my “soul was fading.” We both laughed at that line, but it was the truth.

      But hey, WebLurker is worried about MY “spheres of influence.” Unreal.

  3. I think we need to be really careful and not get into witch hunts here, but sadly pedophilia rings involving the halls of power are quite common. So investigate, make use of all these investigators on the internet. Maybe they’re all full of coconut candy, or maybe they are not.

    By the way, happy thanksgiving to you and yours.:-)

    1. “I think we need to be really careful and not get into witch hunts here, but sadly pedophilia rings involving the halls of power are quite common. So investigate, make use of all these investigators on the internet. Maybe they’re all full of coconut candy, or maybe they are not.”

      This would not be a problem if law enforcement agencies would do their job, but they are NOT. Your statement actually highlights WHY there is a systematic operation underway to push all this public information to the fringes of the internet. They only do that for powerful people. They would never do that for you or me or any of my readers.

      They want you to say everyone investigating this is “full of coconut candy.” So someone like me will present evidence of a “kid-friendly” place with social media accounts encouraging children to have sex with men, and then suddenly I’m accused of being on a “witch hunt.” Then I’m lumped in with people who are reckless.

      Yes, I agree with you that one should be prudent. I have demonstrated an ability to do that for years. But now, because powerful people are scrubbing this off Twitter and Reddit and YouTube and Facebook and a whole hosts of other places, my attempts to get the information to you are being sullied by media charges of “fake news.” It’s Orwellian, and most people do not want to admit it. This is 1984-type stuff.

      “By the way, happy thanksgiving to you and yours.:-)”

      Happy Thanksgiving.

    2. Just so you know, I actually wrote about fake news a few days ago, in a very generic way, but my mind was on pizzagate and also on the huge pedophile ring recently busted in Canada.

      https://insanitybytes2.wordpress.com/2016/11/21/fake-news/

      So, if nothing else, know that you are not alone and some of us have our eyes peeled on what is going on.

      Nothing would make me happier than seeing some honest to goodness justice, especially against the rich and powerful. Pedophile organized crime is a horrific thing and like I said, sadly quite common.

  4. I can only speak for myself, but as someone who’s silently followed you for at least three years, I’ve seen that you’re not a partisan journalist. I’ll trust your judgment more than I’ll ever trust anyone from the mainstream press at either side of the political spectrum.

    Of course, anyone who actually knows their shady histories (like the aforementioned Epstein case) and have a savvy enough mindset should at least be able to tell that something IS amiss, what with the alarmingly rapid attempts to sweep all this under the rug, martial law-style. Hell, I could probably talk for days about how achingly familiar this feels to my folks who’ve lived during the height of Marcos’ Orwellian reign. Quelling discerning views through his tightly-controlled mainstream was one-half of the man’s bread & butter.

    Sigh… I almost wish I could just pretend to be ignorant and give these men the benefit of the doubt like any other good sheep, but my gut instinct says otherwise. It’s all quite depressing, how some monsters remain untouchable from the hand of justice…

    1. “I can only speak for myself, but as someone who’s silently followed you for at least three years, I’ve seen that you’re not a partisan journalist. I’ll trust your judgment more than I’ll ever trust anyone from the mainstream press at either side of the political spectrum.”

      Thank you, Tristan. I really appreciate it.

      It really bothers me when someone comes here for years and then questions my integrity. It’s one thing to disagree with my conclusions, but it’s something else entirely to say that I am not trustworthy. I take my reputation very seriously. I care about the truth. I have zero allegiance to a political party or a movement because my allegiance is to truth — wherever it takes me.

      I don’t appreciate it when people say they do not trust me and then have the nerve to call me “buddy.” No. Do not do that. My “buddies” do not question my character because they know I place a high value on honesty and integrity. Am I a conservative man? Yes. I believe in limited government and the principles enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and codified into law via the U.S. Constitution. But that has no bearing on my ability to be honest with my readers. That is why I always link to evidence and ask readers to view it for themselves. If I give you a partial quote, then I will try to link to the whole thing. I want you to read it and then compare it with my take.

      I am not a crazy person. I am not a conspiracy theorist. Everything I found over the past few months on WikiLeaks and other sites was publicly available. Now, through a systemic campaign no-doubt launched by a bunch of lawyers, lobbyists and politicians, everything I (and many others) found is being pushed to conspiracy websites so that we can be called conspiracy theorists. The people who are yelling about fake news are the ones who are liars — not me. The people who claim to be “fact checkers” are partisan hacks — not me.

      Again, I really appreciate your words. It means a lot to me, Tristan.

    2. Speaking of revolution, I fear that sparks may already be underway in the western hemisphere. With the mainstream now trying to re-adjust themselves to combat an enemy they’ve underestimated for far too long, we can only expect things to get even more Orwellian as the years go by. Comments sections, especially, are in danger of disappearing everywhere that the mainstream press has a substantial foothold on (e.g. YouTube, Google, Yahoo), and no doubt their excuse is gonna fall somewhere along the lines of “anti-bullying” and all that PC hubbub. I would really rather prefer that such a reality doesn’t come to pass, because as history has proven time & time again, you can only abuse and routinely insult the people’s intelligence for far too long until they scream, “Enough is enough!”

    3. “Speaking of revolution, I fear that sparks may already be underway in the western hemisphere. With the mainstream now trying to re-adjust themselves to combat an enemy they’ve underestimated for far too long, we can only expect things to get even more Orwellian as the years go by.”

      This was all discussed in the WikiLeaks emails. This is what Bill Ivey wrote John Podesta on March 13, 2016:

      “And as I’ve mentioned, we’ve all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly. This problem demands some serious, serious thinking – and not just poll driven, demographically-inspired messaging.”

      This is how these people talk behind closed doors. Guys like me have said it about them for years — they want human gerbils — but we were mocked. It is actually quite amazing that despite the best efforts of leftist ideologues in politics, academia, and Hollywood that tens-of-millions of Americans still resist. It’s inspirational, really. But this election has scared the crap out of the people who want a “compliant” citizenry. That’s why you’re now hearing about “fake news” from American newsrooms and world leaders like German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

      This may end very badly because these people are determined to assert their control over the entire population. It’s baked into their ideology. If they start going after free speech on the internet in ways previously thought unimaginable, then I think the American powder-keg will blow. There is a reason why Free Speech is in The First Amendment, and if a small group of elites push it too far then things will get ugly.

      Heck, we can even get into why President Obama was so obsessed with relinquishing U.S. control over the internet’s domain name system (DNS), etc.

      A U.S. president could only go so far in terms of limiting free speech before Americans demolished his political party, but he could get away with it if an international body took control of the internet and we were just one of many nation’s using the tool. The United Nations is filled with a slew of totalitarian thug states, but yet it still has a weird halo effect on it with millions of Americans with diplomacy blinders on. They cannot comprehend how an international body could possibly be anything other than something good and wholesome (even if Iran heads up committees on women’s rights).

      The next four years are going to be very important. I did not want Donald Trump to be the Republican nominee, but now that he’s the president I really do wish him the best and I will pray for the guy. He’s going to need all the prayers he can get.

    4. “The United Nations is filled with a slew of totalitarian thug states, but yet it still has a weird halo effect on it with millions of Americans with diplomacy blinders on. They cannot comprehend how an international body could possibly be anything other than something good and wholesome (even if Iran heads up committees on women’s rights).”

      Yep, everywhere I went through that’s not even remotely related to politics were in full “doom & gloom” panic mode when Brexit occurred, mostly due to petty, selfish reasons like higher import taxes for their “favorite imported shows” and whatnot. Not one individual seemed to be capable of sparing a few seconds to ponder that maybe, just maybe, there’s a very real danger in continuing to be enveloped by the EU in these times.

      “The next four years are going to be very important. I did not want Donald Trump to be the Republican nominee, but now that he’s the president I really do wish him the best and I will pray for the guy. He’s going to need all the prayers he can get.”

      I cannot see Trump as a hero or even an anti-hero, just another flawed man with his own moral failings. But it’s the position in which he willingly chose to be in that makes even a pessimist-leaning type like me to balk and wonder if he just might be able to do something, anything, to raise more human awareness against the seemingly untouchable club where the likes of Podesta and Merkel dwell in.

      And if all else fails… well, we can at least pray and hope that the spirit of the Founding Fathers still resonate strongly within the majority of the American people, and they refuse to go down without a hard fight.

  5. “Fake News” is nothing more than an attempt by the mainstream media to silence dissenting voices. It’s amazing how quickly Reddit and YouTube started taking down videos and pages about Pizzagate. To me, that’s an indication there’s something to this and really powerful people don’t want the public to know about it.

    I also find it ironic that the people who are whining about “fake news” are the same people who for years defended clowns like Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert as legitimate news sources. Those two frequently edited videos to make conservatives look bad.

    1. “It’s amazing how quickly Reddit and YouTube started taking down videos and pages about Pizzagate. To me, that’s an indication there’s something to this and really powerful people don’t want the public to know about it.”

      Watching it all unfold as it was happening was quite a surreal experience. What is interesting is that some of the best-researched videos and summaries were taken down. So what they do is three-fold: 1.) They make sure that sane, even-keeled, and intelligent people have their work censored while some of the more ridiculous and over-the-top stuff is left untouched. 2.) They force as much content as possible to the fringes of the internet, conspiracy sites, etc. 3.) Media allies write hit-pieces on those who are trying to get the story out.

      What you then have are outlandish people left standing on YouTube who immediately come across an unbelievable, and then the bulk of the remaining work moved to questionable platforms. Many people will just outright accept the mainstream media’s baseless accusations, and then the rest will look at the work that is left standing and say, “Hmmmm, not much to see here and I really don’t want to go to all the effort of looking into this if it’s for nothing.”

      Then what? If someone like me keeps writing about it, then I sound like a “conspiracy theorist.” If I shut up, then I’m doing exactly what they wanted and people who need to be investigated are off the hook to continue doing … what they do. It’s a no-win situation, and that’s putting it lightly.

  6. Exactly, they’re trying to make it out to be the ramblings of conspiracy theorists. The media has gone all-out in trying to dismiss this story, which like I said, is an indication that there’s something to it. I happened to be on Wikipedia about an hour ago and their editors are linking Pizzagate to the Satanic ritual abuse controversies of the 1980s and 1990s. Seriously. That’s how far they’re willing to go to protect powerful people who are involved in the bizarre, perverted goings-on at this pizza place.

    Now, I don’t have kids, but if I did, I sure as hell wouldn’t take them to a place like Comet Ping Pong. I wouldn’t put them in a position to be harmed.

    1. “Looks like Yelp is censoring negative reviews of this place.”

      That actually is something I’m okay with if it’s obvious people have never stepped foot inside the restaurant. It’s sort of like jerks on Amazon who leave one-star review for books because they don’t like something the author said on television.

      I think going after a Yelp page is unproductive. I just want the FBI or someone to investigate a place where about 10,000 red flags have gone up. I don’t want citizens taking the law into their own hands or doing anything like that. I just want there to be enough pressure placed on law enforcement agencies to do the right thing here.

    2. “That actually is something I’m okay with if it’s obvious people have never stepped foot inside the restaurant. It’s sort of like jerks on Amazon who leave one-star review for books because they don’t like something the author said on television.”

      “I think going after a Yelp page is unproductive. I just want the FBI or someone to investigate a place where about 10,000 red flags have gone up. I don’t want citizens taking the law into their own hands or doing anything like that. I just want there to be enough pressure placed on law enforcement agencies to do the right thing here.”

      I agree with you. It’s really no different from the people who went after the dentist who killed Cecil the Lion on Yelp last year. I also think there should be an FBI investigation, because this place is beyond shady, and that’s being charitable.

      Like I said, if I had kids, I’d NEVER take them to a place like Comet Ping Pong. I’d find a place where the owners don’t have creepy Instagram accounts and Satanic imagery and take them there, where I know they’d be safe.

  7. Doug, thank you for picking this up. I have been following this story on 8chan since the beginning. It’s important that someone with your integrity reports on this. You did a marvelous job presenting the info.

    I hope law enforcement is doing there job behind the scenes. There is something going on and anyone who would deny that is a fool. It’s scary how widespread this may be.

    I implore people to spread this info in a sane manner, Doug’s article is excellent. We must protect our children and the children of this country.

    1. “Doug, thank you for picking this up. I have been following this story on 8chan since the beginning. It’s important that someone with your integrity reports on this. You did a marvelous job presenting the info.”

      Thanks, agp. I appreciate the kind words. This story is kind of difficult to cover because there is so much information out there…that anyone who is critic can cherry pick the weakest images/arguments to make it seem like a non-story. It doesn’t help that YouTube, Twitter and others seem to censor the best content.

      If nothing else, I hope people understand that media outlets that are overly concerned with “Fake News” are the ones who need to be watched the most closely for dishonest reporting. The traditional media outlets are livid that they do not have the kind of near-total control they enjoyed in the past. They are desperately trying to figure out of way to reestablish the status quo. The “Fake News” campaign is one attempt to make that happen.

    1. Hi AC,

      No need to call yourself a coward. It makes sense why people looking into this kind of stuff would not want to share their real name. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment. I appreciate it.

  8. Very good piece–with some pictures that I hadn’t seen before. My guess is that there is not a pedophilic ring operating here, but rather that these people are so caught up in bizarre sexuality (mostly homosexuality) that they have no idea how disturbing what they do and post and say appears to normal people.

    On the other hand, why would Besta Pizza recently change its logo if its similarly to pedophilic signs were merely a coincidence?

    But at the least let’s have them answer some questions and let them explain all these very strange images and other evidence.

    1. “Very good piece–with some pictures that I hadn’t seen before. My guess is that there is not a pedophilic ring operating here, but rather that these people are so caught up in bizarre sexuality (mostly homosexuality) that they have no idea how disturbing what they do and post and say appears to normal people.”

      Thanks for taking the time to read and comment, Percy. I appreciate it.

      I was just discussing with a friend that PizzaGate’s critics cannot seem to differentiate between someone who says, “Wow. The preponderance of the evidence here is rather stunning. Someone in the FBI needs to look into this,” and others who say the Podestas are wearing goat heads while naked in a pool of blood.

      If I were an FBI agent who was tasked with investigating sex crimes, my guess is that there would be plenty of red flags here to move forward in terms of looking at computers, etc. The problem PizzaGate researchers have is that they can only go so far before it must go into the hands of law enforcement. But what if the officials are corrupt? What if they don’t want to risk their careers (or more) to look into the most powerful people in D.C.?

      It’s a shame that the mainstream media is not doing its job on this story. It’s like they won’t consider anything unless they have video of James Alefantis doing a naked tap dance while admitting to [x,y,z]. My guess is that even then you would have pundits who called it “art.”

    1. I was debating whether to do up a blog post on this or not. Every single outlet reporting on this fails to show any of the images that might cause a reasonable person to believe the FBI should look into this (i.e., pictures of naked men, pedo hashtags, bands that make pedo comments during events in the establishment, etc.) How is that not relevant to the story? People keep saying it’s a “hoax,” but yet they never show Instagram pictures with “cum pandas” or babies next to the caption “Wat? Wat? In the butt.”

      It’s so annoying. It’s one thing to say, “I don’t believe this because of [insert reason here].” It’s a totally different situation to just say “fake news” and provide none of the data that is making people upset.

    2. Yeah, the lack of investigation and a hand waved saying “conspiracy” is suspicious. Sadly, a few years ago that would’ve worked but nobody trusts the media so it’s having the opposite effect.

  9. Apparently D.C. Police arrested some guy from North or South Carolina today because he entered Comet Ping-Pong with a gun and said that he was investigating Pizzagate. The media, of course, jumped on it as an example of how “fake news warps people,” and once again ignored the bizarre, perverted behavior of the people who run this pizzeria. There were also some web sleuths who Googled the gunman’s name and apparently he’s a failed actor.

    1. “Apparently D.C. Police arrested some guy from North or South Carolina today because he entered Comet Ping-Pong with a gun and said that he was investigating Pizzagate.”

      This story just got weirder and weirder, and now it’s for going nowhere with the mainstream media. Instead of asking, “Wow, do so many people want an official investigation into this place,” the few stories I’ve seen just continue saying, “Fake News … Hoax … Fake News … Hoax.”

      I honestly do not care if a reporter thinks this story is a non-issue, but then they have to at least mention the hyper-sexual images in the businesses’ Instagram feed, etc. To not do that is a dereliction of duty.

      “The media, of course, jumped on it as an example of how ‘fake news warps people,’ and once again ignored the bizarre, perverted behavior of the people who run this pizzeria. There were also some web sleuths who Googled the gunman’s name and apparently he’s a failed actor.”

      The fact that this guy turned out to be an actor will not help put this story to rest. Haha! 😉

      It’s really a shame that people cannot separate the very real, very creepy elements of the Planet Ping Pong Instagram accounts with hyperbole and other junk that should just be ignored.

    2. “It’s really a shame that people cannot separate the very real, very creepy elements of the Planet Ping Pong Instagram accounts with hyperbole and other junk that should just be ignored.”

      Exactly. Like I told my dad this morning, the media sure is spending a lot of time defending a random pizza place in D.C. You don’t see them defending the local Domino’s or Pizza Hut or anything like that, which makes me think there really is something to this story. The fact that there are so many red flags (the creepy imagery on the Instagram accounts, for instance) should warrant an investigation of some kind.

      My local paper finally chimed in on it today, calling it “fake news” and “baseless conspiracy theories designed to smear innocent people.” Okay, people who have creepy imagery like that are hardly what I can call innocent. The word “pervert” comes to mind.

  10. Another thing I forgot to mention: doesn’t anyone else find it strange that the media is defending a creepy pizza place in D.C. but they went out of their away to attack Miracles Pizza in Indiana a few years ago? I think some people in the MSM encouraged their viewers to vandalize the place because the owners supported traditional marriage.

    1. “Doesn’t anyone else find it strange that the media is defending a creepy pizza place in D.C. but they went out of their away to attack Miracles Pizza in Indiana a few years ago?”

      Good point, Carl. In one instance we have the media being an active participant in an effort to demonize a family and ruin their livelihood. Behind Door #2 we have the media doing everything it can to help the “49th Most Powerful” man in GQ from the ramifications of posting sick sexual stuff on his public Instagram account.

      “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

  11. Just watched this. Alarming to say the least. Up to this point I bought the MSM version. This is getting a lot worse I ever would have imagined. This got Gen.Flynn’s son bounced from the Trump team. It looks far from groundless.

    The “fake news” issue is really quite simple. There have been in fact concocted stories “salted” around the web to generate clicks for cash. NPR did a surprisingly good job of tracking one of the key perps down

    http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2016/11/23/503146770/npr-finds-the-head-of-a-covert-fake-news-operation-in-the-suburbs

    It is critical to distinguish this from what the MSM is trying to do (has been doing) which is to overtly suppress facts; sometimes this means NOT reporting very newsworthy items that are real and reported locally–maybe the prime case this year was:

    http://ktla.com/2016/07/07/7-latino-gang-members-charged-in-boyle-heights-firebombing-of-black-families/

    so that’s Klan-style racial terror, against blacks–even the DOJ acted on it–but no national news. You know what they would do with this story if it had whites doing it.

    Related to this type of non-reporting, and even worse due to the systematic and large-scale nature of it, is crimes committed by criminal aliens–as in not just undocumented but convicts released is instead of deported. Hundreds of homicides and if sites like Brietbart, WND, etc dare link to them (often they are not even in the local newspapers) there are sites that specialize in casting a light on the issue like RemembranceProject.org or PredatoryAliens.com which are of course ignored by the media. Question popped up during RNC when Trump afforded the platform to the victims’ families…and CNN promptly cut away.

    There are book-length documents that got this treatment. “Bought and Paid For” was an expose of Obama’s sellout the the TBTF banksters, the author has a gig at Fox Business (he moved from CNBC when he wrote the book) but no one ever talks about the material. See synopsis here (ignored by MSM)

    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?271280-The-Creature-from-Johnny-s-Half-Shell

    Another case of MSM cover-up is the stunning historical expose “America’s Nazi Secret” by former DOJ attorney John Loftus. He exposes Nazi collaboration at the highest levels of investment banking and national security ops, and the cover-up within the DOJ for decades. Book got “spiked” though material was offered to all the bigs before publication. A breakthrough of sorts was achieved by David Talbot who wrote “The Devi’ls Chessboard” which at least got on CSpan BookTV. It uses material derived in part from Loftus.

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