Pizzagate is a hoax

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In the mainstream community Pizzagate barely receives any support. This page is dedicated to take skepticism regarding Pizzagate into account.

Pizzagate denial is the act of denying the involvement in child-trafficking and satanic practices by the members in question. Pizzagate denial often includes the following claimsand allegations: that the Podesta emails are literal, that it is merely a series of coincidences, the Washington Post and other major media outlets claim that it is fake news therefore it is wrong, that Pizzagate is a politically motivated movement.


Efforts to conceal the evidence

example of satirical commentary on the developments

Legal efforts

Bill H.R. 6393

On November 30, 2016, bill H.R. 6393[1] passed, which deals with a number of intelligence-related issues, including Russian propaganda, or what the government calls propaganda, and hints at a potential crackdown on “offenders". “Title V—Matters relating to foreign countries”, whose Section 501 calls for the government to “counter active measures by Russia to exert covert influence … carried out in coordination with, or at the behest of, political leaders or the security services of the Russian Federation and the role of the Russian Federation has been hidden or not acknowledged publicly.”

The section lists the following definitions of media manipulation:

   Establishment or funding of a front group.
   Covert broadcasting.
   Media manipulation.
   Disinformation and forgeries.
   Funding agents of influence.
   Incitement and offensive counterintelligence.
   Assassinations.
   Terrorist acts.

The bill, that may soon proclaim much of the internet to be criminal “Russian propaganda”, was introduced on November 22, before the Washington Post published its article citing “experts” who claim Russian propaganda helped Donald Trump get elected. [2] Although not necessarily directed against the Pizzagate movement, ours might as well arbitrarily and falsely be labeled as such and suffer consequences.

Illegal efforts

Threats, harassment

  • Reality Calls receives death threats over their article [3]
  • Youtubers receive death threats and harassment [4]
  • Milo Yiannopoulos coaxed not to speak on pizzagate "yet" [5] Update: he chooses sides with pedofiles [6]

Mainstream media efforts

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Mainstream media made organized efforts to make "fake news" a buzzword and used Pizzagate as its primary target, with no supported arguments.

Mainstream media published articles which misrepresented Pizzagate as being a baseless conspiracy theory.

Fake News Onslaught Targets Pizzeria as Nest of Child-Trafficking New York Times, Cecilia Kang, Nov. 21, 2016

The New York Times misrepresented an article from The Vigilant Citizen entitled How 4Chan Uncovered the Sick World of Washington’s Occult Elite., reporting that it was about Hillary Clinton kidnapping, molesting and trafficking children in the restaurant’s back rooms, when in fact the the article only makes a passing reference to Clinton in connection to Podesta and Alefantis.

The saga of 'Pizzagate': The fake story that shows how conspiracy theories spread, BBC Trending, Dec. 2, 2016

The BBC falsely claimed that there was no investigation into PizzaGate when in fact people posting at Reddit, 4chan, and voat.co had been investigating the connections between Comet Ping Pong, the Podestas, and paedophilia during the previous weeks. The BBC did not mention in the codewords that were found in the WikiLeaks emails, which received significant attention from the alternative media, even being reported by Russia Today (France).

Washington Pizza Place Flooded With Threats Over False Hillary Clinton Conspiracy, Fortune, Nov. 22, 2016

This article makes the valid argument about the death threats received by James Achilles Alefantis. He and his business have been flooded with "endless" threats by more irresponsible and outraged members of the Internet community.

Then the article takes a more opinionated direction, claiming the spread of "fake news" "might have helped Donald Trump win the presidential election".

It finally tells us, once again, about Alefantis's claim to have never met Hillary Clinton.

Mainstream media covers up Norwegian pedofile ring bust

Norwegian police recover 150tB data of child pornography from politicians, lawyers, officials. Mainstream media editors delete articles from reporters that attempted to bring this news.

http://worldtruth.tv/mainstream-media-ignore-largest-child-porn-bust-in-history/

Youtube efforts

Published videos discussing Pizzagate will get banned and the youtuber will receive a "final warning" strike at risk of their channel being banned. The reason: "harassment". [7][8]

Wikipedia efforts

Wikipedia articles referring to Pizzagate falsely state that it's a debunked conspiracy theory.

Reddit efforts

In order to put an end to the spread of Pizzagate on the website, Reddit decided to impose a ban on the subreddit and suspend multiple users involved in the investigations. Following the ban, Reddit CEO Spez received an avalanche of complaints, which he resorted to handle by editing the comments of the users. They're siding against the ongoing investigation. [9]

Twitter efforts

Twitter responded immediately by banning the users that were exposing the mountain of child-porn accounts used its website. There are spambots active. [10] [11] [12] Some can be seen to have randomly computer generated icons. [13]

Facebook efforts

Facebook implemented a plug-in to warn users of websites exposing Pizzagate with "fake news" labels.

Correct the Record

Correct the Record, or CTR, is consistently using paid trolls to misdirect, misrepresent and disrupt the investigations of Pizzagate. For example vote manipulation on voat in attempts to spin the narrative or distract to petty discourse.[14][15]

Reverse intelligence

In order to fake Pizzagate, someone had to:


See also