Note that Soros donated more than $11000 to Comet Ping Ping Pizza:
Note that the New York Times is in the Clinton Foundation’s pocket.
June 10, 2015 5:00 am
Even as the New York Times reports extensively and critically on the Clinton Foundation and its activities during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, as with other news outlets, multiple high-dollar donors to the foundation are associated with the paper, including the Times’ top shareholder, Carlos Slim.
The New York Times wrote:
John Podesta’s email account was hacked and his emails were published by WikiLeaks during the presidential campaign. Days before the election, users on the online message board 4Chan noticed that one of Mr. Podesta’s leaked emails contained communications with Mr. Alefantis discussing a fund-raiser for Mrs. Clinton.
Pizzagate thinks the NYT is scared:
Update: Reddit’s owners banned Pizzagate’s subreddit a few hours after this post was first posted.
Twitter is suspending people who talk about it:
Earlier this week, we reported some happenings regarding #Pizzagate. Now, we have something that is being referred to as #Twittergate.
The two ‘gates’ have something in common: they both involve the alleged sexual abuse of children and child pornography. Whatever happened to the days when “sex scandal” meant sleeping with someone who isn’t your wife?
Yesterday, a twitter user by the name Molly tweeted that she had found a huge ring of child-porn accounts. She began tweeting out the names of the accounts and asking her followers to report them to Twitter.
Soon, she had enough for a massive google doc of 23,000 accounts, including over 500 with their exact geographical location. She was offered financial bribes to remove information from her master list, but declined.
In a Reddit AMA, Molly insists that she has properly vetted the information and that she only included accounts she was sure were involved in her database.
And then, Twitter suspended her account. According to an email from Twitter, she was suspended for tweeting content that included child exploitation, “regardless of intent”.