Is Pizzagate for real or just a crazy conspiracy?

Is Pizzagate for real or just a crazy conspiracy?
Pizzagate started with an incredibly suspicious Podesta email leaked by Wikileaks, which had skeptics suggesting they weren’t actually talking about pizza, but rather in code. Pedophile code.

But despite circumstantial evidence almost spitting in our face, it was dismissed as a crazy conspiracy and quickly debunked by mainstream media, with no further action or any investigation conducted whatsoever. After all, it sounds far out that high ranking officials, rich people and politicians could be involved in something so disgusting as trafficking of children and child pornography.

A pizza joint called “Comet Ping Pong Pizza” soon became the center of the topic and is referenced multiple times in the Wikileaks emails. Confirmation can be found at Wikileaks Podesta search = Comet. The place is owned by James Alefantis. Alefantis was rated by GQ as one of the “50 Most Powerful People in Washington,” so selling pizza apparently must be the key to success there?

Some people have gathered information about the "conspiracy" for others to read and watch, to make up your mind on your own. Here is such a site (opens in a new window) - or watch the videos below.

Real or not, it's up to you to decide:

At least US President Donald Trump is convinced it's a huge problem:

Give your opinion.

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