Mueller "Key Witness" Charged With Child Sex Trafficking — THIS IS PIZZAGATE, IT'S HAPPENING

If you see something, say something: even  The Atlantic  sees some truth in all the allegations.

If you see something, say something: even The Atlantic sees some truth in all the allegations.

How can anyone, even big liberal magazines who despise “conspiracy theories” and right-wing paranoia of all flavors, not see something here? In fact, even they admit there is something here! The Atlantic recently praised FULCRUM’s outspoken founder:

Just this morning, President Donald Trump told reporters that Alex Acosta was stepping down as Secretary of Labor amid mounting outrage over the sweetheart deal he gave Epstein years ago as a federal prosecutor. The resignation will surely draw more attention to what Epstein got away with over the years—and who helped him.

It should not come as a surprise that some of America’s most outspoken conspiracists have spent the days since Epstein’s arrest taking victory laps.

“I definitely see it as a moment of vindication,” David Seaman, a chief proponent of the so-called Pizzagate conspiracy theory, told me. “I think this is a turning point.”

Jeffrey Epstein, billionaire alleged child sex trafficker, is in lock-up on similar charges in the Southern District of New York as George Nader, the D.C. businessman “who served as a key witness in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation now faces a charge of child sex trafficking in addition to transporting child pornography,” according to the AP and Yahoo! News.

Nader was reportedly charged “with transporting a 14-year-old boy from Europe to Washington, D.C., in February 2000 and engaging in sex acts with him.”

Nader is not expected to be the only personality mentioned in the Mueller report to be charged with engaging in underage sex acts.

This is PizzaGate, or Pedogate as some have taken to calling it, and this is our community’s moment of vindication — we stood with the uncomfortable truth, which is what good researchers and trained journalists are supposed to do. We didn’t buckle under pressure, we didn’t take money to distract the public with QANON riddles or feel-good “hopeporn,” we stood by the big uncomfortable truth:

These people rape kids. The so-called elite lobbying class engages in underage sex acts, on a scale that many members of the public will have trouble accepting.

In our other areas of research lately, including CBD health and cryptocurrency markets, we stand even more vindicated — a research team here in Washington, DC with no evident equals.

Wild cryptocurrency rally in 2019, few were expecting it aside from FULCRUM — and our subscribers!

Wild cryptocurrency rally in 2019, few were expecting it aside from FULCRUM — and our subscribers!

Our book on cryptocurrency’s current state of affairs was released last year, when Ether was trading around $140 each. As of today, one Ether is worth $226.18, according to coincap.io. Aside from Ether, we have been most bullish on Bitcoin, which has done spectacularly this year — at a time when many in the truth community lost the faith, and asserted that Bitcoin’s brightest days were behind it.

Over the prior six months, one Bitcoin is up nearly 200% in US dollar value.

And major US merchants including Whole Foods, Starbucks, and Petco have begun accepting Bitcoin, Ether, and some other leading cryptos via the Flexa app.

Different world from a year ago, and we called it accurately, repeatedly, and in earnest.

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Bitcoin Averts Disaster, Thanks to Perianne Boring's Adept Lobbying, Others

Perianne Boring, founder & President, Chamber of Digital Commerce.

Perianne Boring, founder & President, Chamber of Digital Commerce.

With Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency project now the focus of both Presidential tweetstorm anger and Congressional scrutiny from the Financial Services Committee in the US House of Representatives, as well as possible national security implications being voiced by the Executive Branch itself, OG crypto wealth networks like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum could have seen a disastrous outcome. We came so close to a game over.

Rushed and headline hungry politicians here in the District could have gone full CCCP banhammer on beautiful decentralized crypto, at a time when the leading cryptos are finally flourishing — with Bitcoin, Ether, and Litecoin now all accepted at major US merchants, including Starbucks and Whole Foods, through the Flexa app. (The app works much like Google Pay or Apple Pay, and has received the support of the billionaire Winklevoss twins’ Gemini exchange.)

Instead of Bitcoin going the way of the 8-track, members of Congress showed a surprising level of blockchain competence, distinguishing in a number of televised interviews between decentralized, mineable Bitcoin — which they have no problem with — and the centralized, Geneva-based proposed Libra, which could centralize too much financial power in the hands of the few, namely Facebook and its partners.

Chamber of Digital Commerce, led by Boring, has done much to educate legislators about the merits of crypto, separating fact from fiction.

Chamber of Digital Commerce, led by Boring, has done much to educate legislators about the merits of crypto, separating fact from fiction.

This level of knowledge on the Hill is due, in large part, to unsung heroes like Perianne Boring. A former Miss District of Columbia pageant contestant with Congressional aide experience, Boring’s Chamber of Digital Commerce has been a key catalyst in keeping crypto misinformation from seeping into Congress’ way of thinking.

We’re pleased to report the official wrath here in DC is almost entirely focused on Facebook and other Big Tech players who have given the perception they are beyond the reach of federal overview. That probably won’t end well for Facebook and others of interest to the Financial Services Committee on the Hill.

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Congrats to Perianne Boring and other East Coast blockchain leaders, including Digital Currency Group’s Barry Silbert in New York, whose admirable thought leadership on Twitter has kept the crypto deniers at bay through this whole bizarre Libra news cycle.