Wendy Davis at Media Post Seems To Not Understand 'Pizzagate'

In an article for MediaPost, journalist Wendy Davis summarizes our founder’s federal lawsuit filing against Google and YouTube on civil rights grounds, as well as on perceived material VCPA violations.

Davis’ article goes wildly astray in only its third paragraph, by asserting “Like some other right-wing conspiracy theorists, Seaman promoted the false theory that Hillary Clinton was running a fictitious child sex ring from a Washington, D.C. pizza shop.”

  • David Seaman voted, both times, for Barack Obama. (He voted for Donald J. Trump as he supported Trump’s populist views, and saw Hillary Clinton was and is essentially corrupt.)

  • Seaman was never a promoter of conspiracy theories, and has a long track record of publication at mostly left-leaning outlets, including Huffington Post and Business Insider (source).

  • Seaman was a leading journalist on the NDAA indefinite detention fiasco recognized by the liberal ACLU as a grave threat to liberty, and NSA warrantless wiretapping. Far from conspiracy theory - his coverage was featured on the Joe Rogan Experience, The Young Turks, BBC, HuffPost LIVE and elsewhere at the time.

  • Pizzagate has nothing to do with the erroneous claim that Hillary Clinton maims or kills children in the basement of a Washington, DC pizza shop - a claim surfaced almost entirely by the “mainstream” media itself, and not by reputable researchers (some former law enforcement) close to the widening Pizzagate scandal.

  • Pizzagate is, instead, the demonstrably true claim that Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, was using a food-based code language in his emails which were leaked and published on WikiLeaks just weeks before the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

  • This food-based code language, in which “pizza” is believed to represent a young female child, is known to federal and state law enforcement investigators as similar - if not identical to - a code set used by wealthy first world child traffickers.

  • We covered these emails and their purported meanings in-depth in our 8 minute documentary on the subject, which has since been scrubbed from YouTube and banned from being surfaced by Siri in the Safari search bar. A censorship-proof backup of the video on Bitchute has already been viewed approximately 211,000 times.

Wendy Davis’ daft coverage of Seaman and his lawsuit against YouTube is part of an ongoing, accelerating behavior set from journalists at large online media outlets. Months ago, as FULCRUM readers may remember, freshman The Hill writer Emily Birnbaum (from the purported Birnbaum DC lobbying family!) accused Seaman (who is Jewish) of being a possible white supremacist, with no basis for her claims. She also attacked his character and mental composure for believing in the Pizzagate scandal.

Within hours of her hit piece on The Hill being published, private researchers located a variety of disturbing posts in Emily Birnbaum’s social media past, including a baby (with no known biological or caretaker relationship to Birnbaum) with a terrified expression on its face, wrapped only in a soft taco or similar dough shell, in some kind of prep kitchen. Another photo in the same photo set from Birnbaum’s now locked down Facebook account showed a pet guinea pig, wrapped in aluminum foil, and with butter on its back - as if about to be placed in an oven of some kind. In a caption, Birnbaum expressed that the guinea pig’s situation made her “happy.”

FULCRUM’s founder David Seaman’s legal counsel has been notified of Wendy Davis’ erroneous reporting, and if necessary formal action will be forthcoming. Thank you all for your continued support.

For additional information:

  • Seaman v. YouTube, LLC et al (Court: Virginia Eastern Nature of Suit: 440(Civil Rights: Other) Judge: District Judge Henry E. Hudson)

  • Pizzagate is real, and implicates Democratic Party-linked lobbyists still in positions of great power in our society. According to DHS/ICE, child trafficking is a leading activity of transnational criminal organizations, and shortly before his death the conservative investigative journalist Andrew Breitbart via Twitter called out John Podesta as connected to underage human trafficking cover-up efforts.

The Art of the Deal: Mexico

One of Trump's infamous campaign promises was to curb illegal immigration and the flow of drugs by focusing on having a wall built between Mexico and the United States.....with Mexico paying for it. 

Liberal pundits everywhere have always scoffed at the idea that Trump would ever be able to convince Mexico to pay for it. Even as the border crisis becomes the primary focus on the news cycle and a looming budget deadline set for December, many think Trump will not win this promise. 

But is it really that far fetched? 

Trump is a man who doesn't let obstacles stop him. Even while Congress stalls at his request to fund the border wall, there are multiple ways the wall would be indirectly paid for by Mexico, and they know it.

To start with, even if Congress funded the wall, Mexico would indirectly end up paying for the wall via remittance fees and through the new trade agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada. 

Trump also hints Mexico would be wise to cooperate with his administration in efforts to deal with the border crisis.

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Trump also threatened to shut down the government if Congress doesn't fund the wall, something that would directly affect Mexico in the process, as export revenue is the economic lifeblood for Mexico. 

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With the recent migrant caravan crisis, it seems as if the new political stunt funded by globalists may backfire on them, as Mexico agreed to deport the violent migrants involved in throwing rocks at border patrol during a border rush. 

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Mexico also recently granted Jared Kushner the highest honor it offers, the order of the Aztec Eagle, for his role in negotiating the new trade agreement between Mexico and the United States. 

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In the end, Trump is always two steps ahead.  A President who wrote the Art Of The Deal, may just prove once more on the heels of his historic summit with North Korea, that the 45th President is the man who always finds a way to win. 

Written By FULCRUM Contributor @PinkAboutIt


Midterms: A Democrat's Demise?

Ahead of midterms, Trump posted a warning on Twitter that any occurrence of election fraud would be countered with full maximum penalty by law. 

A warning, or setting the stage? 

One would imagine Trump anticipated that Democrats would cheat. 

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Shortly after the midterms concluded, Broward County in Florida became the epicenter of scrutiny as they "magically" found ballots that kicked off a vote recount. 

A judge also found Broward County violated constitutional law

President Trump himself brought attention to the obvious fraud, by asking a question we all wonder…How is it they never find Republican votes? 

Federal agencies may now also be involved in investigating election fraud within Broward County.  

A Twitter user shared a photo of a ballot mailed to her in Minnesota. The woman had moved from Broward County over five years ago, and was still mailed a ballot. 

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Another discovery during the recount was the use of altered ballots to be used in recount after election deadlines. Fraud? Why were the ballots ever altered in the first place?

Broward County raised more questions than answers as the entire country was fixated on the ballot recount. 

Marco Rubio called out the disparity in vote totals himself, questioning the integrity of the entire recount. 

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While Democrats laughed at Trump when he once said voter fraud was a rampant problem, Democrats and the media have always insisted that there was no such thing as fraud. It turns out, once again Trump is proven to be correct. 

Ever humorous, Trump tweeted that the world should demand an immediate apology from President Putin after what transpired in Florida and Georgia in the aftermath of midterm elections. The tweet was a reminder to the world that Democrats demanded an investigation into election interference...while using fraudulent ballots to fix the results of an election. 

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While it was a desperate gamble by Democrats with the attempt to save Senate seats by cheating their way through an election, it may become the deciding factor in securing Voter ID into law. In the end, it would effectively hand Trump another huge win, as voter ID is one of Trump's platform promises. 


Written By FULCRUM Contributor @PinkAboutIt

Farewell

Read the brand new ebook to understand why FULCRUM was founded during the Inauguration—what we accomplished in secret and in public—and why we were driven under by censorship. The scandal we helped break, the most politically contentious of all time, won’t go away. Others will lead!

It has been an amazing two years and we want to thank you all! FULCRUM will continue with a reduced operating budget as a subscriber-only service: the monthly podcast and weekly research newsletter, subscriber features, will remain indefinitely. All other FULCRUM operations and services have been terminated; we cannot compete economically in Censored USA. The Internet is completely broken.

You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Some asked where to send a final donation in appreciation of FULCRUM. Please use this page. If that page doesn’t work, you can also still use PayPal.

God bless you all,

-David Seaman, Missy, and FULCRUM DC.

Fauxahontas Warren: A Splendid Backfire

After Trump offered three months ago to give one million dollars to the charity of Elizabeth Warren's choice if she took a DNA test, the results were finally published

It turns out, Warren was not even close to her claims, which led to a day of some of the funniest headlines and tweets. As reported from Boston globe, it was actually 1,204. 

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Twitter responded hilariously with some classics of their own: 

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On top of Twitter hilarity, Cherokee Nation responded with a statement saying the stunt was undermining tribal interests with her continued claims. 

If Elizabeth Warren was using the stunt to show boldness and use a DNA test to be the start of a presidential campaign for 2020, well it seems it may have backfired faster than Cory Booker's Spartacus stunt during Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.  

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Even among all of this, the DNA test unarguably proves that Elizabeth Warren is whiter than most Americans, as the average European American has some native heritage. 

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Senator Orrin Hatch even got in on the fun with his own tweet:

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Lindsey Graham piled on as well, and pledged he would do a DNA test and see if he has a higher percentage of native roots than Warren.

In the end, the reality that Trump trolled Elizabeth Warren into owning herself over the whole debacle, is proof that the man who wrote the Art of the Deal, is still in charge. 


Written By FULCRUM Contributor @PinkAboutIt