By Dr. Eowyn | 4 February 2017
DC CLOTHESLINE — “Pizzagate” is the term given to speculations and assertions that there is a pedophile network connecting Democratic Party élites and two Washington, D.C. pizzerias, Besta Pizza and Comet Ping Pong. The latter is a Disneyish pizzeria owned by a homosexual named James Alefantis, who is a former boyfriend of David Brock, a Democratic Party operative and Clinton loyalist.
The word “pizza” in Pizzagate isn’t just a reference to Comet Ping Pong pizzeria but stems from the many cryptic references to “pizza” and other food items (“hotdogs”; “pasta”; “tempting” “cheeses”; “yummy” “sauces”) in a collection of curious emails sent by and to John Podesta, a longtime Democratic Party operative who was White House chief of staff in Bill Clinton’s administration, White House counselor in the Obama administration and, most recently, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Some say the references to “pizza” and “hotdogs” are code words used by pedophiles; others dismiss the claim and would have us instead believe that powerful and very busy D.C. élites spend their time incessantly chatting about pizzas in emails. One of the parties in those Podesta emails is James Alefantis who, though the “lowly” owner of a D.C. pizza joint, is considered the 49th most powerful person in Washington, D.C.
That there are pedophiles in Washington, D.C. is not far fetched given the Franklin child sex-ring scandal of 1988-1991, which involved GOP élites in Washington, D.C. and Nebraska’s Boys Town and assorted prominent citizens. The scandal is documented in two books:
- The Franklin Cover-up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska, by attorney John W. DeCamp.
- The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse & Betrayal, by Nick Bryant.
Then there is the more recent case of former Congressman and House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Illinois) who, in April 2016 at his sentencing hearing, admitted under pressure from the judge that he had sexually abused boys. The judge in the case called Hastert a “serial child molester” and imposed a sentence of 15 months in prison, two years’ supervised release, and a $250,000 fine.
You would think that claims as incendiary as Pizzagate would warrant investigation by the D.C. police and the supposed “investigative” journalists of the MSM. Certainly, if the allegations were about Donald Trump or Republican élites, you can be sure WashingtonPost/NewYorkTimes/CNN/ABC/CBS/NBC would have reporters crawling over this story ad nauseum.
Even more curious is the fact that some big names in the Alternative Media treat Pizzagate like it’s a leprous contagion. […]