May 26, 2017 Pizzagate is Real

Hillary Clinton Jokes About Pizzagate

Hillary Clinton made jokes about Pizzagate, fake news, and Donald Trump in a commencement speech delivered at Wellesley College.

Speaking at her Alma Mater, Clinton said:

You are graduating at a time when there is a full-fledged assault on truth and reason. Just log onto social media for ten seconds and it will hit you right in the face. People denying science, concocting elaborate, hurtful conspiracy theories about child abuse rings running out of pizza parlors.

Some are even denying things we see with our own eyes – like the size of crowds. And then defending themselves by talking about “alternative facts.”

Delivered in her standard soulless deadpan, the “jokes” could hardly be considered funny. Even Clinton forgot to smile. But Wellesley is home turf for Clinton and her audience of liberal millennial females responded with generous laughter.

Pizzagate is RealPizzagate is an open source investigation into global child trafficking rings involving elites at the highest levels of business and government. The Clintons are alleged to be star players among those sick elites.

The name “Pizzagate” comes mainly from the slang term cheese pizza, which means child pornography.  It is used both in certain non-criminal online communities and also as code among actual child abusers.

Clinton’s reference to “pizza parlors” is a reference to Comet Ping Pong, a pizza parlor operated by her close friend James Alefantis. There is a huge body of evidence suggesting Alefantis operated a child abuse scheme out of the restaurant. The evidence also ties the Clintons to many other child traffickers and suggests that Comet Ping Pong is the tip of an iceberg of Clinton child trafficking and pornography connections around the world.

It may just be a sick inside joke that Alefantis decided to operate it out of a pizza restaurant.

Of course, all jokes aside, the Pizzagate allegations against the Clintons and the evidence supporting them are no laughing matter. Here is quick rundown courtesy of David Seaman:

 

 

 

 

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