David Seaman was fired from the liberal Huffington Post for writing the truth, having dared to question the anointed one, Hillary Clinton’s health. He has a few noteworthy observations on PIzzaGate, the possible pedophile ring exposed by WikiLeaks in Podesta emails and elsewhere. He observes that Dan Pfeiffer, a VP of Communications and Policy for GoFundMe and a former Senior Adviser to Hussein Obama who is also a current CNN contributor, sent out a tweet promoting a crowd funding campaign for Comet Pizza. Seaman recognizes an odd public relations campaign when he sees one.
At a minimum the level of engagement, the sentiment and behavioral evidence indicates that there is just too much involvement by rich and powerful people in defending and covering up for what they would have us believe is just a simple pizza parlor that has been falsely accused. Seaman believes it is a diversion and, although Comet Pizza is likely involved in some very despicable actions, the focus should be directed towards John Podesta. His emails involved the use of terms that are known to be code for pedophilia, such as pizza and cheese pizza, used in a manner that is clearly not associated with an actual food product.
Seaman points out that John Podesta isn’t offering any explanations as he has basically fallen off the map since the Clinton loss. His last tweet was November 7th and “He has been seen nowhere, nobody has any idea where he is, he’s MIA. Eric Braverman, (outed as a mole by Podesta in this email) the former CEO of the Clinton Foundation is also a ghost. Nobody knows where he is, he hasn’t tweeted. There are some rumors that he’s either dead or in the witness protection program, involved with pending federal suits against the Clinton Foundation of some kind. We don’t know.” If anybody needs the witness protection program, it’s someone targeted by the Clintons.
Seaman finds some curious aspects to the campaign to make Comet Pizza appear sympathetic and the victim of online trolls. He reminds the viewers that the owner, James Alefantis, is the former domestic partner of David Brock. Brock is a Soros tool responsible for Media Matters and Correct the Record, and a close Clinton insider. David Brock paid another of his homosexual partners $850,000 in what many believe to have been hush money, an indicator of the level of wealth of the people in this circle.
He says, “This is the DC politico lobbyist class, they have a lot of money.” He notes that James Alefantis “has also hung out with ‘lady’ Rothschild and David Brock together. Lady Rothschild, being one of the most wealthy people on the planet, I think it’s obscene for someone in James Alefantis’ economic social circle, somebody that wealthy, I think it’s obscene that he is resorting to crowd funding to pay for his security costs.” He believes that while they could have easily gotten the money from his friends if that were the issue, the objective of crowd funding is to use it as a promotional tool to influence public opinion. “It’s all PR to make them seem like the victims,” says Seaman.
Seaman also asks why did this man with a perverted, broken mind, as evidenced by the child pornographic nature of his postings on his Instagram account, visit the White House five times and meet personally with Hussein Obama on at least one of those occasions. He asks, “What business does the ‘president’ have with a perverted, ‘random’ pizza shop owner?”
Seaman notes, “At a certain point, those in the beltway, those in Washington DC, and those in the media who continue to push the fake news narrative or continue to push the insane ‘feel sorry for James Alefantis’ narrative, those who continue to push this, we need to begin to think of as suspect. Either they are very ignorant or they are aware of something and covering, because PizzaGate is very real.” Seaman says, “I went back through all the emails for a third time, with an open mind, and still came to the same conclusion. These are very wealthy, busy, powerful men excitedly talking about cheese pizza and hot dogs. It does not make sense.”
He adds, “And since Dan Pfeiffer was a former adviser to ‘president’ Obama, Dan, if you’re watching this, maybe you can call Obama and ask him why in the WikiLeaks emails is it stated that Obama spent about $65,000 of the taxpayer money on hot dogs and pizza for a small, private party at the White House. Now either option ‘A’ is that hot dogs and pizza are code for something, because I’ve heard that White House policy does not allow food to be brought in, it has to be cooked on site, in the White House kitchen, for security reasons, which makes a lot of sense to me.”
“So either these are not literal hot dogs and pizza,” says Seaman, “in which case what is going on here, or these are literal hot dogs and pizza, in which case it appears the ‘president’ has been misusing taxpayer money.” He does the math, calculating that amount of money would have bought roughly 3,500 pizzas or 60,000 hot dogs. For a small gathering of men at the White House that seems like a lot of food, a ridiculous amount and beyond credible.
Seaman challenges Pfeiffer to, instead of pushing the ridiculous campaign, provide answers and takes a shot at the mainstream media, the ones who are helping the criminal elites vilify those doing their jobs for them, reporting on the truth, even when it’s as disgusting as this.
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