The network of helpers

It’s interesting to see how the media keeps inching closer and closer to admitting that Pizzagate is real in all but name:

Former Palm Beach police chief Michael Reiter revealed during an interview with NBC News’ Dateline that convicted sex offender and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was always one step ahead of investigators. He suggested that the disgraced financier had a mole within the force that helped him evade Palm Beach police who began investigating his alleged sex trafficking in 2005.

The Miami Herald reports that Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking ring was also supported by a network of helpers from professions, such as hairdressers, immigration lawyers, dentists, and psychiatrists. Epstein also reportedly had connections to doctors that screened his victims for sexually transmitted diseases and prescribed them birth control.

I’ve known “the network of helpers” was real since the moment I saw the “Pizzagate is debunked” meme appear simultaneously in nearly every mainstream media organ despite there being no factual information in any of the purported debunkings. Now, I know literally nothing about the sexual and dietary habits of the globalist elite – I keep my distance from them and I’ve never even seen Eyes Wide Shut – but as a GamerGater, I know a coordinated media campaign when I see one.

And nothing, not even the “Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction” meme, has ever been as aggressively coordinated and propagated as the “Pizzagate is debunked” meme. Once you understand that the Bible is legit and Satan rules the world, it’s not that hard to recognize who is actively on his side.


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