Monday, December 5, 2016

Phony Abuse Ring stories not limited to Sanhedria Murchevet

Man opens fire in restaurant targeted by anti-Clinton "PizzaGate" fake news conspiracy

A man who said he was investigating a conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton running a child sex ring out of a pizza place fired an assault rifle inside the Washington, D.C., restaurant on Sunday injuring no one, police and news reports said.[...]

The suspect entered the location and pointed a firearm in the direction of an employee of the restaurant, the MPD said in a statement. The victim was able to flee and notify police. The suspect fired an undetermined number of shots inside of the restaurant, according to the MPD.

During a post arrest interview, the suspect also revealed that he came to the establishment to self-investigate “Pizza Gate,” the MPD said in a statement.

As CBS affiliate WUSA reported previously, using the hashtag #PizzaGate, an imaginary story about the popular pizza shop was spread across social media and websites associated with the “alt-right” movement, accusing its proprietors of allowing Bill and Hillary Clinton and her former campaign manager to run a child sex slave ring from the business.

As a result, the pizza place has been hammered by thousands of threats and bizarre, unsubstantiated tales about child sex trafficking online for weeks.

WUSA reported that they found two women, who declined to give their names, banging on the patio at the pizza place in late November. The women were looking for the alleged tunnels used to traffic children.

“All of this is an underground tunnel that helps take the kids and transport them back and forth so they can can do these rituals,” said one of them. “They are putting a lot of curses and spells over the city. They are kidnapping the children who are missing. They were never missing because D.C. know where they are.”[...]


  1. No relation, but very interesting and important

  2. It would be funny, if it wasn't so sad. With 50% of Americans demanding this stuff, and a President that supports it, its no msurprise. As te saying goes: where there is demand, there is supply. There is also big mony int it for anyone looking for non-thical investment opportunity:

  3. There is a kind of humor, if we consider the entire context of American culture. But it is a dark humor.

    I am referring to the wild beliefs that are so thoroughly propagated that it becomes almost impossible to discuss them.

    Here is one for starters: "The U.S. Constitution guarantees a man the right to marry a man."

    Once a society buys into that thought process, how can it criticize those who believe that pizza shops harbor criminal enterprises of politicians?

  4. Don't see the comparison - one is simply a question of interpretation while the other is based on clear lies

  5. It is one thing when the media is regarding it as an imaginary story. Quite another when the media and supposedly intelligent people, not to mention respected Rabbis are claiming it is real.

  6. There has been a lot of talk in the alternative media regarding pizzagate and I do not think it should be dismissed. Although there is no hard evidence implicating anyone of a crime, there is a great deal of circumstantial evidence (see Wikileaks Podesta emails) that should lead to a formal investigation.

  7. That is total nonsense. Please provide one shred of "circumstantial evidence." The fact that there is a lot of talk in the "alternative media" means absolutely nothing. As someone once said about "alternative medicine": The reason they call it "alternative medicine" is because if they could prove that it works, they would just call it "medicine." The same applies here, in spades.

  8. I see that elsewhere you have linked to other such nonsense, such as wild 9/11 conspiracy theories, so "pizzagate" is probably one of the more reasonable things that you believe in.

  9. I think it's a clear lie that the Constitution was written as an amoral document and/or is to be treated as an amoral social contract.

  10. Yehoshua - Calling something nonsense doesn't make it so. The US just voted for a President who said that "conspiracy theorist" Alex Jones' "reputation is amazing".

    I don't think any of these rabbis had a problem with that:

    I guess you would consider R' Kamenetzky a conspiracy theorist as well.

    As for the circumstantial evidence, just Google 'wikileaks podesta pizza emails' to draw your own conclusions:

    as information has been banned (see this link):

    and whistle-blowers are 'suicided' by the Clinton's as referenced by R' Mizrachi at 45 minute mark:


    Medical Definition of alternative medicine. : any of various systems of healing or treating disease (as homeopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, Ayurveda, or faith healing) that are not included in the traditional curricula taught in medical schools of the United States and Britain
    You seem to be implying that alternative medicine is unproven and bogus and that is why it is called alternative. Not really a good comparison to 'alternative media' which I think is also being wrongly defined here. ie a conservative news channel could be considered alternative. Or are you saying that alternative implies bugus and nonsense and since you think alternative medicine is nonsense, therefore you think it a good comparison to media that spouts outrageous claims. ie both are dealing in spades.

  12. Citing nonsense in support of nonsense does not help much. And I am not going to get into a pointless discussion with someone who apparently believes that Osama Bin Laden really died in 2001 under U.S. medical treatment, and who knows what else.

  13. The reason why they don't teach it in the curricula is because there have been no scientific studies proving its efficacy. Once a remedy is proven according to scientific standards, they start teaching it in medical schools.
    The "alternative" media cited by the other commentator is not Fox News or the like.

  14. Trump aide Michael Flynn Jnr loses his job after fanning a conspiracy theory with 'Pizzagate' tweets that climaxed at the weekend in gunfire at a pizzeria

  15. Phony? There is so much evidence for this. Have you seen the pictures Podesta keeps in his house? You are either a complete fool or are part of the evil cabal.

  16. There is plenty of evidence. Explain those bizarre emails to me. Is ISIS fake too? You see what people are capable of.

  17. Whenever I hear that word 'nonsense' i know I'm dealing with a yeshiva trained moron who knows nothing about the world and thinks in simplistic, binary, black and white fashion. The word
    'nonsense' is just your way of closing your brain.


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