A scandal an order of magnitude bigger than Watergate a generation ago, and it strikes at the center of both political parties, and even reaches as high as the royal family in England — with Prince Andrew having been in Epstein’s company, years after his first conviction — so it’s important not to miss any key points along the way.
Especially as law enforcement friendly Gabe Podesta seems to not understand Pedogate, an extraordinary almost three years after his father’s disturbing WikiLeaks surfaced, he should make sure his contacts in law enforcement quiz his dad, John Podesta, on why he was using “pizza” and other terms used by child pornographers and child abusers, as veteran law enforcement sources have stated. They can also ask him why he was invited to a party where a six, nine, and eleven year old were being Ubered as “entertainment” for the attendees.
Sometimes, in society, an individual or a group of individuals will overstep the bounds in ways that boggle the imagination. The Podestas are possibly such people.
The “walnut sauce” and “walnut saucing” emails still make no sense, and John Podesta liking Italian cuisine seems like an incomplete after the fact coverup—or plausible deniability—for emails that are truly BIZARRE, at a minimum.
A bizarre hashtag used by Podesta associates on their private Instagram accounts has been used to link Podesta friend James Alefantis directly to Jeffrey Epstein and “the Island.”
Anti-Pedogate attorneys looking to stamp out what they perceive as “dangerous” conspiracy theories about their clients quietly met with the DOJ in late August, it was reported.