More Evidence Pizzagate Shooter is a Psyop Actor Playing a False Flag Role
More Evidence #PizzaGate Shooting Is a Psy-op: Shooter Has An IMDB Page, Is Literally An Actor
avatar by Danny F. Quest | Dec 6, 2016
Earlier today, just after a video surfaced about how Pizzagate might involve a government run psy-op to shut down free speech -including a prediction that some type of false flag event might be coming to Comet Ping Pong Pizza — a man walked into Comet Ping Pong armed with an AR15 and, silently, walked to the back where the ping pong tables are and shot off one round into the floor.
The blame for the incident is not mostly falling on the guy with the gun. It’s mostly falling on the “alt right” and alternative media “conspiracy theorists” for spreading “fake news” surrounding Pizzagate which “influenced” the guy with the gun.
This is how Pizzagate gets reported on in the mainstream media, as if it is a hate crime perpetrated by a horde of cyberbullies online. What happened today falls squarely, no, perfectly into the same narrative WUSA9 reported on November 24th, “Fake news can have real victims”:
A popular Northwest, D.C. neighborhood pizza joint is trying to figure out how to fight back after what it suspects is a massive coordinated on-line attack suggesting the restaurant is involved in the worst kind of conspiracy.
The pizza shop owner suspects thousands of online bullies have set out to destroy him, maybe simply because he and a friend supported the Clinton campaign.
Now stop for a second and ask yourself, why would thousands of online bullies just randomly target anyone for being a Clinton supporter? That doesn’t really make any sense… There are lots of Clinton supporters who don’t end up the target of worldwide online conspiracies about high level political pedophile rings.
What makes more sense after looking into this is that a very carefully constructed psyop has taken place with the goal of targeting and shutting down so-called “fake news” alternative media sites to coincide with a media campaign against “fake news” as a bastion of hate speech and cyberbullying that can have “real life victims,” while at the same time sending a large portion of the independent and alternative media down a conspiracy rabbit hole filled with speculation, allegations, and, while disturbing, what is offered comes with little real proof… unlike some of the obviously much more damaging Wikileaks which are proof of hardcore corruption on the part of the Clinton campaign which have been dumped or overlooked because of Pizzagate.
So let’s look into this a bit further, shall we?
First, take the restaurant owner James Alefantis. He’s a pizza shop owner who also happens to have once been listed by GQ as one of the top 50 most influential people in DC, a town known for having lots and lots of influential people, and he’s sending out stuff on his personal Instagram account that no one who is a small business owner of a business frequented by children and who cares about public perception would send out in a million years.
Things like this
and this (black square added over a man penetrating what appears to be a very small female’s vagina):
and this, where he asks “cumpanda?”:
and this where he says “#pandacumhole”:
That last one says “#chickenlovers” which is well-known to be slang for a grown male who is sexually attracted to young boys, but he added the hashtag to a picture with a baby in it. Not exactly the type of thing that would make most people want to take their kids to his restaurant, right? Or, again, something the owner of a “family friendly” restaurant where kids play ping pong or that hosts kid sleepovers would ever normally share publicly on the Internet if they wanted to stay in business.
Of course, if you point this out, then he rails against horrible people who would dare share his Instagram pictures of innocent children and say horrible, conspiratorial stuff like that in an evil, online bullying way… Even though he’s the guy who sent out a picture of a baby with the hashtag #chickenlovers on it in the first place.
But moreover, look at his avatar and let’s discuss its significance. Someone traced that picture to where it was taken – Prado Museum Madrid.