Monday, March 27, 2017

Pizzagate protests prove that you really can fool some of the people all of the time.

And look they actually brought their children!
Courtesy of WaPo: 

Several dozen people assembled outside the White House Saturday to demand an investigation into the unfounded Internet rumor known as “Pizzagate.” 

Wearing T-shirts and holding banners defending the conspiracy theory — which falsely linked Hillary Clinton to an alleged child-sex-trafficking ring operating out of a D.C. pizza parlor — protesters took turns climbing onto an elevated stage in Lafayette Square to demand politicians and mainstream news media take their claims seriously. 

“I don’t have any doubt that Pizzagate is real,” said Kori Hayes, a corrections officer who drove with his wife and three kids to Washington from Middleburg, Fla., on Friday night for the event. “But nothing is being said about it.”

This of course comes after the Pizzagate shooter, Edgar Welch, agreed that he was motivated by  "unfounded rumors about a child sex-trafficking ring."

And after Alex Jones, one of the biggest promoters of this conspiracy theory,  said this: 

"I want our viewers and listeners to know that we regret any negative impact our commentaries may have had on Mr. Alefantis, Comet Ping Pong, or its employees. We apologize to the extent our commentaries could be construed as negative statements about Mr. Alefantis or Comet Ping Pong, and we hope that anyone else involved in commenting on Pizzagate will do the same thing."

God there are SO MANY dumb people in this country. 

Is it any wonder that the Russians were able to get Donald Trump elected president?


  1. Anonymous2:25 AM

    Alex Jones is the president of Dumbfuckistan and these are his constituents. If we could only pass a law that they can only vote in their elections and not in ours, we might find our way out of this mess.

  2. Anonymous2:51 AM

    All Alex Jones has to do is mention it once and it's gospel to these idjits. They never hear the apology.

  3. Anonymous3:08 AM

    Yeah, there are dumb people in the world. These are the same bunch of knuckledraggers that thought Sarah Palin was qualified to be vice-president and even president!!!

  4. Anonymous3:46 AM

    He's only saying this to try to avoid a lawsuit, and even these morons know that. I hope it doesn't work and he gets hauled into court and must pay millions for his lies.
    He's not at all contrite, and, if he could get away with it, he'd double down on this or another crazy conspiracy.

    1. Anonymous6:58 AM

      yeah, there was some damage done to that restaurant. If it were my business that got damaged due to somebody's stupid lie, I'd sue!

    2. Anonymous4:04 PM

      $570 in damages.

  5. abbafan3:48 AM

    Remember when trump proudly proclaimed "I like stupid people"! No fuckin' wonder the whole world is laughing AT Americans right now! This is trump's and palin's "base" - white, uneducated, and stupid! Trailer trash at its finest; hump like rabbits, breed morons like rats!

  6. Anonymous3:54 AM

    I have a feeling this has more to do with their hatred of Hillary than whether they believe or care about a child sex trafficking ring.

  7. Anonymous7:34 AM

    ryan>“We were a 10-year opposition party, where being against things was easy to do,” he acknowledged at the same press conference. “You just had to be against it. And now in three months’ time we tried to go to a governing party where we actually had to get 216 people to agree with each other on how we do things and we weren’t just quite there today. We will get there.”The depiction of Obamacare as a many-tendriled monster strangling human liberty was not the GOP’s instinctive, ideological reaction to the bill, but an outgrowth of a strategic choice the party made to deny Obama any claim to having forged consensus."Trump in particular embodies the real but temporary political advantages of SHAMElessness. Politicians who win by saying anything will be expected to deliver everything."

    Then add this:

  8. Anonymous7:45 AM

    This was Fucking creepy to watch last night..

    1. Anonymous11:50 AM

    2. Anonymous4:10 PM

      Hmmm sound familiar -T.Rump and the birther conspiracy. And no matter what is done to show the conspiracy isn't true, nothing will persuade them - it has become their religion. And religions have poison pills in place for rational doubt.

      Like the birth certificate - here it s - we want the long form.
      Here's the birth announcement from 44 years ago - it's a plant!
      Ok, OK, Here's the long form - it's a fake!

      Imagine that there is an investigation (remember logically, you really can't prove a negative- see green swan)
      OK, we'll investigate
      No tunnels found - you didn't dig deep enough.
      No victims found - they were really small, you didn't look hard enough or use a microscope.

  9. Anonymous7:47 AM

    Hey kids, get in the car, we are going on a road trip. Yay! Disney world? A national park? No. Washington DC. YAY! The Smithsonian? White house tour? Washi grown monument? No, we are frock g 'll that way to protest a non-ezistant conspiracy. Wait, what?

  10. Anonymous8:07 AM


  11. Anonymous1:38 PM

    And look they actually brought their children!
    And they wasted money to have the matching t-shirts made!!!

    But I bet they don't have money for health insurance.

  12. Anonymous3:19 PM

    Florida over-breeders, can't even believe they had a car or the gas money to get to DC, just look at 'em...can't you hear the banjos a playin' in the background?


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