One of the earliest mass media “debunkers” of the PizzaGate scandal was Stephen Colbert, host of The Late Show on CBS.
From his late night talk show perch, Colbert slammed PizzaGate as shameful and fake news. He derided it as an “alt-right fever dream,” yet did not discuss even one of the coded emails at the center of PizzaGate. Nor did he disclose to his viewers at the time that he has a longtime personal friendship with John Podesta, the man whose leaked emails singularly sparked PizzaGate.
That seems like relevant information to disclose, that the man whose emails are at the center of PizzaGate is actually close friends with the comedian on television late at night telling people not to look at his emails. That seems very relevant, in fact.
And what is PizzaGate? What could be debunked, or mocked, when the level of corruption revealed by PizzaGate is astounding.
In the weeks before the 2016 US Presidential election, WikiLeaks began publishing the leaked private emails of John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Chairman. Contrary to assertions made by deceivers in the press, PizzaGate has nothing to do with claims that Hillary Clinton slaughters children in a pizza shop for fun or something, and somehow doesn’t get caught. That is ridiculous, something which the media itself cooked up, to provide cover for this massive online scandal that simply won’t go away.
PizzaGate is, instead, the very truthful claim that when you search John Podesta’s WikiLeaks - a 69 year old busy Campaign manager and longtime Clinton insider - “pizza” comes up over and over again, and it’s clearly code language of some kind.
Another peculiar finding was the use of “walnut sauce” in his emails repeatedly:
PizzaGate is not complete without the fact that a man who owns a pizza shop in Washington, DC, and who was named by Washingtonian Magazine as one of the most powerful men in our city, and who visited the Obama White House at least 5 times as per publicly available visitor logs, and who hosted a private dinner/fundraiser for Hillary Clinton’s team… this strange man does appear in the Podesta WikiLeaks, and his Instagram account - which has been since investigated in-depth by many on the Internet - is a true horror show. Images so sick and deranged we cannot actually share them here, in the interest of the public well-being.
From the language used on his Instagram and connected accounts, researchers gathered that “pizza” and “walnut sauce” were indeed code words of some kind.
This is one deep rabbit hole, but if you want to understand the true nature of the very real occult deep state, the Podesta WikiLeaks are the skeleton key that will get you there. In the two years since we first covered his emails, the pushback I have received personally, and the pushback my startup FULCRUM has received, are simply unprecedented… in 12 years in corporate media, I have never seen anything remotely like this.
The media is supposed to love scandal, not destroy the people trying to get to the bottom of it.
To reconcile the amount of harassment, threats, and character attacks myself and others have endured for sticking with this very truthful story, I had to plumb the depths of my past to try to find any other time in my life where my journalism resulted in such ham-fisted attempts to destroy me. This is like trying to shoo away a gnat (FULCRUM) with a machine gun. Something is very off here. This is overkill, and it makes you wonder: overkill to protect what, or whom?
See, this has never happened before! About 7 years ago, when I began covering the N.S.A. surveillance programs heavily and also talking about Obama’s highly flawed drone targeting program, I never encountered anything like this. I was going hard in the paint for months. The N.S.A. were total gentlemen and I didn’t feel threatened as a journalist, much less censored.
Yet around PizzaGate, there has been only threats and carnage. My 10-year-old YouTube channel was deleted and banned by Google without notice or reason. All 505 videos, many of them about PizzaGate and John Podesta’s bizarre emails, were wiped irrecoverably. This action is now the subject of a Federal Complaint we filed against Google, YouTube’s owner. You can follow the court case, Seaman v. YouTube, on PACER.
And despite an excellent track record as a popular former columnist at Huffington Post, and before that at Business Insider, for covering Podesta’s emails I was derided as a lunatic, dangerous person, and a con man by The Daily Beast. This action is now the subject of a Federal Complaint we filed against The Daily Beast’s owner, IAC, last year. You can follow Seaman v. IAC on PACER as well.
Interestingly, IAC’s chairman is a longtime Clinton family friend, Chelsea Clinton serves on IAC’s Board of Directors, and The Daily Beast’s editor was corresponding with John Podesta as per the WikiLeaks, hoping to score some of that precious pasta and walnut sauce!
When you research this stuff for long enough, it becomes apparent it’s all one sad little club at the top of the world, and you and I were not invited! Pity! Or is it? These aren’t the people that I would want to call associates here in Washington - not at all. These people are monsters.
And we weren’t the only ones alarmed by the Podesta emails.
Four days before the 2016 Presidential election, Trump advisor (at the time) General Michael Flynn chose to tweet about them:
The vicious media attacks on him and his family began almost minutes later, and haven’t stopped.
This is all so real, they even needed to destroy patriotic Generals to protect their sad secret. Luckily for the planet, none of it is a secret any longer.
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