Clinton election hack was 'inside job' NOT Russia and former British ambassador Craig Murray makes unveiled quip about Pizzagate!


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    An ally of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
    has said the hack of the Democratic Party in the run up to the US elections was
    not Russia but instead an ‘inside job’.
    And he also delivered an unveiled quip
    about her ‘hanging around with some very weird and troubling people’ a remark
    aimed at connecting her with the #Pizzagate affair linking her, the Podesta
    brothers and Anthony Weiner to an alleged pedophile ring.
    Former British ambassador Craig Murray said
    he has met the person who handed over the e-mails and they WERE from the
    Democratic National Committee (DNC).
    The e-mails were released by Mr. Assange’s
    site and caused damage to Hillary Clinton’s reputation with a number of shock
    revelations among tens of thousands of e-mails.

    In the Daily Express report today he said:
    “And it should be said again and again, that if Hillary Clinton had not
    connived with the DNC to fix the primary schedule to disadvantage Bernie, if
    she had not received advance notice of live debate questions to use against
    Bernie, if she had not accepted massive donations to the Clinton foundation and
    family members in return for foreign policy influence, if she had not failed to
    distance herself from some very weird and troubling people, then none of this
    would have happened.”

    What is #Pizzagate?

    Pizzagate is a conspiracy theory which
    emerged during the 2016 United States presidential election cycle, alleging
    that John Podesta’s emails, which were leaked by WikiLeaks, contain coded
    messages referring to human trafficking, and connecting a number of pizzerias
    in Washington D.C and members of the Democratic Party to a child-sex ring. The
    theory has been discredited by a wide array of sources across the political
    spectrum, described as a “fictitious conspiracy theory” by the
    District of Columbia Police Department and determined to be false by multiple
    left-wing media organizations including, The New York Times, BBC
    Washington Post and Fox News.
    Reports of this conspiracy theory emerged
    during the 2016 United States presidential election cycle. The theory was
    started by Internet users reading John Podesta’s emails released by WikiLeaks
    in early November 2016. Users speculated that some words in Podesta’s emails
    were code words for pedophilia and human trafficking. The theory also proposed
    that the ring was a meeting ground for satanic ritual abuse. Other claims that
    the theory proposed include the use of handkerchief codes (interpreted from a
    widely-cited email with a “Pizza-related” handkerchief), the alleged
    use of pedophile symbols in the logos of various organizations, and John
    Podesta and his brother Tony Podesta’s alleged connection to the disappearance
    of Madeleine McCann.
    The theory was then posted on the message
    board, Godlike Productions, and the following day, Sean Adl-Tabatabai (a former
    associate of professional conspiracy theorist David Icke), repeated the story
    on Your Newswire, citing a 4chan post from earlier that year. Adl-Tabatabai’s
    story was then spread by and elaborated on by other fake news websites,
    including SubjectPolitics, which falsely claimed the New York Police Department
    had raided Hillary Clinton’s property. The website Conservative Daily Post ran
    a headline falsely stating that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had
    “confirmed” this story.
    Around this time, Twitter and 4chan users
    started searching the leaked emails of John Podesta for food-related “code
    words” that supposedly revealed the existence of a sex trafficking
    operation. For example, The New York Times reported that the phrase “cheese
    pizza” was thought by a poster to 4chan to be a code word for child
    pornography since they had the same initials. The allegations spread to
    “the mainstream internet” following a post on the website Reddit
    several days before the United States presidential election, 2016. The post,
    since removed by the site, alleged the involvement of Washington, D.C. business
    Comet Ping Pong:
    Everyone associated with the business is
    making semi-overt, semi-tongue-in-cheek, and semi-sarcastic inferences towards
    sex with minors. The artists that work for and with the business also generate
    nothing but cultish imagery of disembodiment, blood, beheadings, sex, and of
    course pizza.
    The story was picked up by “so called” fake
    news websites such as, Planet Free Will and the Vigilant Citizen,
    and has been promoted by alt-right activists such as Mike Cernovich and
    Brittany Pettibone.
    Redditors from /r/The Donald created the
    /r/pizzagate subreddit to further develop the conspiracy theory. This subreddit
    was banned on November 23, 2016 for violating Reddit’s policy against doxing,
    as users had posted personal details of people connected to the alleged
    A message displayed to users who attempted
    to access the subreddit read:
    This subreddit was banned due to violation
    of our content policy. Specifically, the proliferation of personal and
    confidential information. We don’t want witch-hunts on our site.
    After the ban on Reddit, the discussion was
    moved to the v/pizzagate sub on Voat, a website similar to Reddit, where
    discussion continues WikiLeaks

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