Psyop Article by David Brock of Media Matters and Pizzagate, Attempts to Smear Alex Jones
David Brock, of Media Matters (FAKE NEWS) is currently a suspected Pedophile under public investigation, tied to the Pizzagate scandal.
The following “FAKE NEWS” article was written to smear Alex Jones of Prison Planet. As any intelligent reader can plainly see in this article, the beginning of every sentence begins with the proposition that Pizzagate is not real. The obvious giveaway that the mainstream media is in collusion to coverup the Pizzagate Pedophile scandal, is the mere fact that it’s never even investigated or refuted AT ALL! – The idea is always dismissed with no evidence given of the supposed lies or stretches of truth.
Alex Jones Scrubs Pizzagate Content; Complaint Reveals New Tie Connecting Shooter To Jones
Blog ››› December 13, 2016 3:07 PM EST ››› ERIC HANANOKI
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is scrubbing online content pushing the false and dangerous conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton’s campaign trafficked children through a D.C. pizzeria. A man who recently entered the pizzeria with a rifle and fired shots reportedly shared a piece of Jones’ content before the shooting; the video he shared is still on the website.
Jones is a radio host who has claimed that the government perpetrated the 9/11 attacks and the tragedies at Columbine, Oklahoma City, Sandy Hook, and the Boston Marathon. Jones has also repeatedly accused the Clintons of murder. He has been elevated from the fringes to the mainstream by President-elect Donald Trump, who appeared on his show and praised his “amazing” reputation. Trump adviser Roger Stone is also a regular Jones guest and contributor.
Jones and his Infowars website have promoted the false conspiracy theory dubbed “pizzagate,” which alleges that top Clinton associates such as campaign manager John Podesta are trafficking children through the Comet Ping Pong restaurant.
The false claims took a dangerous turn when Edgar Maddison Welch fired an assault rifle inside the pizzeria because he was trying to “self-investigate” the conspiracy theory. FBI special agent Justin Holgate stated in a criminal complaint that Welch said he sent a video on the night of December 1 with the message “Watch PIZZAGATE: The Bigger Picture on YouTube” to a friend before the shooting: