FBI Labels Q Anon and Pizzagate Researchers as ‘Domestic Extremism’

moving forward with the truth eraoflightdotcomIn a May 30th, 2019 FBI report, the bureau stated that “conspiracy theory-driven domestic extremists” are a growing threat. This comes at the heels of major moves by Big Tech to censor anything it labels “conspiracy theory,” such as anti-abortion videos on YouTube.

Given the fact that the Pizzagate and QAnon material has yet to be properly investigated, this move by the FBI is likely an attempt to downplay the significance of government corruption in preparation for the 2020 US presidential race.

Pizzagate Conspiracy

In 2016, Donald Trump was propelled forward partially due to the fact he openly stated Hillary Clinton should be sent to jail for her mishandling of government secrets through her private email server. Wikileaks released a series of scathing emails from John Podesta, the former Campaign Chair for Clinton during her 2016 bid for the presidency.

Those emails contained what many believe to be pedophile code words, such as hot dog, used to refer to certain types of children targeted for obscene sexual abuse. You can read more on the subject here.

Again, no official investigation was ever conducted, leaving many in the research community to think a Deep State cover-up took place.

To add to this cover-up theory, many regard the Comet Ping Pong shooter to be a patsy or Deep State stooge.

On December 4th, 2016, Edgar Maddison Welch walked into Comet Ping Pong demanding to see secret tunnels allegedly used for child trafficking purposes.

He was armed with a military-style assault rifle, discharging the firearm in an effort to intimidate those present to reveal the details of the pedophile conspiracy. The media quickly jumped to label this shooting “white-supremacist extremism” fueled by conspiracy theories that have a safe-haven online.

QAnon

QAnon is an alleged high-level government operative or group of operatives, allegedly working as part of a whitehat alliance to take down the Deep State and the criminals in power.

QAnon made several posts on 4chan, and later 8chan, claiming that many high-level actors in the geopolitical apparatus are involved in human and child trafficking. But this is just one of many damning indictments made against the global elite.

In the summer of 2018, the Deep State media began major efforts to smear the QAnon material, along with anyone researching the Pizzagate “conspiracy”.

Almost every article reads the same, citing the Comet Ping Pong shooter, Edgar Welch, as the emotional trigger to strike fear in the hearts of readers, who assume that the whole investigation is nothing more than conspiracy theory extremists.

QANON Interest soars after msm smear campaign

Propaganda analysts were quick to point out that the coverage of QAnon and Pizzagate wasn’t factual, employing false syllogistic comparisons to make readers believe it was fake news.

Media Matters, a George Soros funded media watchdog, has already taken the FBI report and made allusions to the fact Trump is complicit in inciting extremism.

Alexander: By the way, the founder of Media Matters is none other than David Brock, the former boyfriend of James “PizzaGate” Alefantis (the owner of Comet Ping Pong). David Brock was caught laundering taxpayer’s money to fund Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign. 

So the very people that are allegedly involved in the PizzaGate “conspiracy”, are the same ones that started the whole internet censorship insanity. What a “coincidence”!

The term “fake news” is just a psy-op that was first deployed to discredit and discourage any investigation into child trafficking and pedophilia at the highest levels of government.

The FBI report had this to say:

“The FBI assesses these conspiracy theories very likely will emerge, spread, and evolve in the modern information marketplace, occasionally driving both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts…”

You can read the full report here: FBI Conspiracy Theory Redacted by Kelli R. Grant on Scribd.

The FBI claims the thing driving “conspiracy theories” online is “the uncovering of real conspiracies or cover-ups involving illegal, harmful, or unconstitutional activities by government officials or leading political figures.”

This suggests that while the report claims adherents to conspiracy theories could be extremists, there is in fact a basis for concern.

In other words, there is a real reason to want to investigate criminal government activity — but regular people are apparently not allowed to do so.

Trump is mentioned briefly in the report, wherein the FBI states that Q Anon “posts classified information online to reveal a covert effort, led by President Trump, to dismantle a conspiracy involving ‘deep state’ actors and global elites allegedly engaged in an international child sex trafficking ring.”

The report makes a case for online extremism by citing several incidents wherein shooters or would-be bombers were posting conspiracy theory material on social media. But such a case by association is inherently fallacious. Just because some people go to extreme lengths doesn’t mean the thing they are investigating is false.

The report states that in the modern age “theories very likely will emerge, spread, and evolve in the modern information marketplace, occasionally driving both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts …”

Final Thoughts

For conspiracy researchers, the overarching message of the report may be taken as a warning: avoid researching any of this material yourself, and avoid taking justice into your own hands. This implication has merit.

As many honest researchers will note, there is enough evidence surrounding Deep State corruption to compel an investigation. But if such researchers resort to violence or illegality to further their aims, it puts the whole effort at risk.

Particularly, convincing the unaware public becomes more difficult when the propaganda media can cite examples of violence on the part of researchers.

The fact that this report does not make a compelling and evidence-based case for extremism through researching conspiracy theories, this report is likely a political move to cast aspersions on Deep State researchers in the lead up to the 2020 election.

The fact that such deceptive tactics need to be employed suggests the Deep State is indeed desperate, as many contend Trump was never meant to be elected.

In closing, researchers would do well to be very careful with how they discuss and work with the growing body of evidence surrounding Deep State corruption.

If QAnon and other researchers are correct, the magnitude of crimes against humanity to be revealed in the coming weeks, months, and years will leave many breathless. And no doubt the powers that be will do everything they can to destroy the reputation of researchers bringing such information to light.

P.S. Some claim that the Epstein case is a major domino in the explosive case known as Pedogate. Epstein was found with strange neck injuries in his Manhattan jail cell, leading some to suggest he is spilling Deep State secrets, and as such, is a target.

 

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One Reply to “FBI Labels Q Anon and Pizzagate Researchers as ‘Domestic Extremism’”

  1. Brenda Kuder

    I hope Epstein is spilling his guts and all of the truth comes out because I think Trump is just as likely to be involved as anyone else. It’s hard to believe he is draining the swamp when he is so busy filling it up.

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