"Dr Pizza" Arrest Vindicates Pizzagaters, Bitcoin Roars Above US $8,400 on China Trade Tensions, And More News

Well, well, well. As unlikely as it may sound to some, the Pizzagate truth community was handed a long overdue victory in the F.B.I. arrest and subsequent imprisonment without bail of Dr. Pizza, as he was known on Twitter.

Dr. Pizza, whose real name is Peter Bright, happens to be an outspoken Trump critic, and was one of the loudest critics of “Pizzagate” when it went viral about two years ago on the Internet. To recap, Pizzagate was the truthful claim that pedophiles use a code language, including the word “pizza,” to denote a young female child - in much the same way that cannabis users have, in the past, evaded detection by using code words such as “lettuce” or whatever else to disguise their discussions while in mixed company.

Pizzagate researchers also asserted that this odd code language was found throughout the WikiLeaks emails of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential campaign chairman, John Podesta. This claim is demonstrably true, and has been a frequent topic of FULCRUM’s news coverage.

Dr. Pizza took personal exception to our founder’s truthful groundbreaking coverage of Pizzagate, Pedogate, or whatever you want to call it.

Dr. Pizza took personal exception to our founder’s truthful groundbreaking coverage of Pizzagate, Pedogate, or whatever you want to call it.

Dr. Pizza’s downfall is another chink in the armor of people, especially those in media, attempting to deny the scope of this scandal. Peter Bright was a popular journalist on the left, and a loud Pizzagate denier, even going so far as to personally reply to some of our founder’s tweets about Pizzagate at the time.

"He got vindicated because of Dr. Pizza. It's fucking real, man, sorry,” the livestreamer Defango reportedly said on his show the other night.

And that does appear to be the case.

Bitcoin’s fantastic 2019 recovery so far.

Bitcoin’s fantastic 2019 recovery so far.

In less depressing news, cryptocurrency markets led by Bitcoin continued to gain on Friday, with Bitcoin up 3.4% or so over the last 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap.com. #2 cryptocurrency network by market capitalization, Ethereum, is down half a percent or so over the same time period, yet is still up substantially in US dollar value - up by about 26% - when you move out to the monthly chart.

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