‘Pizzagate’ debunked point by point

By Timothy Fitzpatrick
June 2, 2019 Anno Domini

Dislcaimer: The following is a graphical illustration debunking several of the main claims of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory. The purpose in debunking this theory is not to exhonerate any of the accused (they could be guilty of crimes; I don’t know) but to shed light on the many inconsistencies and outright lies in the narrative and to point out the entire inogranic way the theory suddenly appeared and evolved, which is characteristic of a psyop—in this case, it seems, a KGB active measure operation, which tends to take bits of truth and turn them into seemingly plausible narratives for the purpose of anti-Western psyops. Of course, we now know about all the KGB-Chabad-Mossad manoeuvrings to help Trump win the election, so it’s not far fetched to consider that some of the October Surprises and dirty tricks used during the runup to the previous U.S. federal election were KGB ops. The pizzagate psyop not only helped Trump defeat Hillary but it has also diverted the energy and attention of those interested in conspiracies and populists in general. Instead of investigating the Soviet conspiracy against the West to install one of their puppets, everyone is focused on this psyop and other paralell psyops like Flat Earth, Jade Helm, and others. This expose is not meant to be exhaustive, as the psyop runs deep, so I will just deal with the most important inconsistencies that prop up the entire narrative. For example, without the supposed pedophile code, that alone  demolishes the entire narrative.

I will add more graphics as I make them.