Conspiracy Nutjob Alex Jones Apologizes for Spreading Pizzagate Fake News…

Date: March 26, 2017

01) Conspiracy Nutjob Alex Jones Apologizes for Spreading Pizzagate Fake News

“It was a rare sight. A media personality who has made his name by spreading patently false information and crackpot conspiracy theories, apologized for one of his favorite fake news items. Alex Jones of Infowars posted a surprising six-minute video on his website in which he read a legal-sounding document apologizing for his role in spreading claims that a Washington pizzeria was home to a child sex-trafficking ring run by Hillary Clinton and her campaign manager, John Podesta. Jones specifically addressed his apology to James Alefantis, the owner of Comet Ping Pong—which was thrust into the spotlight last year with what became the most stark example of how fake news spread during the presidential campaign.”

02) The video

Why are people going on about PizzaGate, still?

It’s never been on solid ground…and it’s been debunked so badly…

At his point in time…you have got to have something seriously wrong with you, psychologically, if you are still holding onto the notion that PizzaGate is real.

2 thoughts on “Conspiracy Nutjob Alex Jones Apologizes for Spreading Pizzagate Fake News…

  1. Jonathan

    Well you know, pizza slices are shaped like triangles – so there you go – Alex Jones is on absolutely solid ground – he has always been on solid ground.

    1. eqfoundation Post author

      It’s like the other pizza place sign [how the second place ties into this, is anybody’s guess]…The triangle obviously represents a slice of pizza…But they claim it must be the BLogo.

      The general design of the BLogo has sporadically surfaced in all sorts of places, over the years…like on plates at Red Lobster…or in Mexican restaurants.

      The BLogo design is not commonly on display…but it’s not so far outside the borders of being common, that you can’t find it in various places.

      It makes no sense to me, to presume that everybody using the design is promoting Boy Love.


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