I already wrote extensively about how this entire Pizzagate thing is looking more and more like a psyop; please read this article here if you aren’t familiar with the details or want to familiarize yourself with the evidence to back up my claim.
As you have probably heard, there was a highly publicized shooting at Comet Ping Pong yesterday, the restaurant at the center of the Pizzagate scandal.
The shooter has now been identified as Edgar Maddison Welch, a 28-year-old North Carolina man who brought an assault rifle into Comet Ping Pong and fired off a single round into the floor after he claims he went to the restaurant to “self-investigate” Pizzagate and was “armed to save children” according to numerous mainstream reports.
The mainstream media has gone into overdrive decrying the “fake news hoax” of Pizzagate leading to this terrifying violence, further justifying arguments to clamp down on alternative media who have reported on it.
If you take a step back and look at the totally of the information in the article linked above and now at this event, you will start to see that everything about it fits perfectly into the narrative of a false flag Hegelian dialectic problem-reaction-solution event.
Look at this photo of Welch’s arrest that’s been splashed everywhere in the media today… it sure looks like a movie to me:
(Pic source: Sathi Soma via AP/Washington Times)
Well, now it turns out that Edgar Maddison Welch is literally an actor.
Crisis actor much?
This very scenario — a suspicious false flag event at Comet Ping Pong — got called in the hours just before this even happened by YouTuber Barry Soetoro in this video:
This new development makes Comet Ping Pong’s funding ties to George Soros, ties to the Podestas, and previous ties to the likes of Media Matters’ David Brock much more interesting…
(H/T: Joe Joseph and Scott Lopez)
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