by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: Here is the “fake news” site shutting down operation in it’s own words (from police report):
“S-1 (crisis actor Welsh) stated that he had an AR-15 laying on the …. inside the restaurant along with a .38 caliber handgun that he had sitting on a table. Sgt. Firehack (?) further asked S-1 what his motive was entering the establishment armed. S-1 stated that he had read online that the Comet restaurant was harboring child sex slaves and that he wanted to see for himself if they were there. S-1 stated he was armed to help rescue them. S-1 surrendered peacefully when he found no evidence that underage children were being harbored in the restaurant. S-1 was placed inside transport”
Ah, the “fake news” “conspiracy theorists” are setting off the armed unhinged from the fringes and they are quite literally taking aim at the innocent civilians. Hmm. Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah… Conspiracy Theories and Other Dangerous Ideas by Cass Sunstein. Seems a bit custom made now doesn’t it?
UPDATE: hmm. James Corbett (big on privatizing Dept. of Education by the way) reported on the “pizzagate” story as “the biggest pedophile scandal in the highest ranks of government”
Edgar Welch reprising his role as “Sovereign Citizen Cain!” an art-fag’s interpretation of what a militia man must look like (notice the earplugs?)
(Notice how he keeps his finger off the trigger? That’s because the gun wrangler who they hired for the photo-shoot told him to do that. Wouldn’t want it to go off while he’s holding it with his skinny little arm.)
The obviously phony “pizzagate” disinformation distraction has ended with Edgar M. Welch, 28, of Salisbury, N.C. heading up to D.C. to hold his own “investigation” into the matter which consisted of him showing up on a slow business day and firing a round from his “assault rifle” into the air after he told everyone to leave the building… and getting arrested in the store.
In a statement, Comet Ping Pong’s owner, James Alefantis, condemned the people who had been spreading the bogus stories about child abuse.
“What happened today demonstrates that promoting false and reckless conspiracy theories comes with consequences,” he said. “I hope that those involved in fanning these flames will take a moment to contemplate what happened here today and stop promoting these falsehoods right away.”
Bradley Graham, co-owner of Politics and Prose, said the incident was a worrisome event during an uneasy time for the neighborhood. “This is one of the things we feared,” Mr. Graham said as the police surrounded his bookstore with rifles and weapons drawn. “That this could go from a social media attack to something much more dangerous and physical.” New York Times
Mr. Welch is a “crisis actor” whose daddy is a former cop and firearms instructor… and actor.
The entire “pizzagate” story was the dumbest fake “conspiracy theory” out there since “ray beams from space”. It centered on the idea that Hillary Clinton and John Podesta were ordering up babies to rape with their cheese pizza. I even saw a Tweet from Cynthia McKinney buying into that stupid shit.
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