With the Inauguration just days away, "PizzaGate" has been thrust back into the spotlight for the first time since the election thanks to reporter Ben Swann of CBS46 in Atlanta - only this time, it's not a puff piece labeling it a conspiracy theory, or another New York Times article going out of it's way to defend Comet Ping Pong. Swann lays out the players, including Comet Ping Pong owner James Alefantis (who was in a relationship with CTR-mastermind David Brock), as well as pedophile terminology, logos, and some of the pedo-friendly musical acts featured at the restaurant. Swann even mentions John Podesta's close relationship with convicted pedophile Dennis Hastert, as well as the creepy Podesta art.
Take a look :
Within hours of it's airing, Wikileaks tweeted a link to the broadcast, along with the FBI's 2007 "pedphile symbols" guide.
While the CBS segment doesn't show any Pizzagate evidence due to the sensitive nature of the case, you can take a look at the massive ongoing repository of #Pizzagate material compiled by a Voat.co user - obviously NSFW (4.4gb zip file from megaupload, has been downloaded and checked for viruses per this post)
Is this the opening salvo in the next phase of #PizzaGate from emboldened journalists who no longer fear John Podesta's wrath? The answer is anyone's guess, however, even if Ben Swann isn't taken out with a Polonium pellet - he will forever be encumbered by his gigantic balls.
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