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#Pizzagate: Man Walks Into Comet Pizza with Assault Rifle, Shots Allegedly Fired
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#Pizzagate: Man Walks Into Comet Pizza with Assault Rifle, Shots Allegedly Fired


Editor's Note: This could very well be a false flag. However, we do not have enough information quite yet to reach that conclusion.

The #Pizzagate allegations have reached a whole new level, and rather than engaging with the public on the matter, the system is forcing people to take matters into their own hands.

Washington Post:

D.C. Police responding Sunday to a report of a gunman at a popular pizza restaurant in Northwest Washington detained a man armed with an assault rifle, according to a police spokeswoman.

Police Chief Peter Newsham said a lone suspect in his late-20s walked into the front door of Comet Ping Pong with an assault rifle. Newsham said it appeared as if the suspect may have fired one or multiple shots into the ground after the employees and patrons had left. The man, who police say was from Salisbury, North Carolina, has not yet been identified and his motives were not clear.

“We do have employees and guests of the restaurant who, of course, were extremely frightened by this incident,” Newsham said. “At this point we do not believe that it was terrorist related. And it’s unclear right now what the motive is.

But Comet Ping Pong, a pizza restaurant on Connecticut Avenue with ping-pong tables that is popular with families, has been caught up in a wave of conspiracy theories and fake-news stories that spread during the presidential campaign that have prompted death threats to the restaurant and nearby businesses.

“We’re aware of that and right now we have nothing to tie it into those concerns that have been raised on social media,” Newsham said.

Startled patrons rushed out of the restaurant onto Connecticut Avenue, taking shelter in nearby businesses and remaining locked down for more than an hour.

Vivek Jain, of Potomac, Maryland, was eating lunch inside Banana Leaf, a nearby indian restaurant, when Comet patrons came rushing inside. He said Banana Leaf was locked down for about an hour and a half.

“A bunch of people ran in from Comet and said a man walked in with a gun,” he said.

About 45 minutes later, he said, he saw a man walking backward on on the street with his hands in the air.

“He laid down on Connecticut Avenue and he was immediately picked up by the police and taken away,” he said.

Police said they recovered a handgun in addition to the rifle, and the man may have had an additional weapon in his car. Bomb-sniffing dogs and at least one armored vehicle were present at the scene.

Police received a call about a man with a weapon a just before 3 p.m., said Aquita Brown, a spokeswoman for the department.

It’s not clear what motivated the suspect in Sunday’s incident. The restaurant, however, was swept up in the onslaught of fake news that was prevalent during the presidential campaign.

The restaurant’s owner and employees were threatened on social media in the days before the election, the New York Times reported, after fake news stories circulated claiming that then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her campaign chief were running a child sex ring from the restaurant’s back rooms. Even Michael Flynn, a retired general who President-elect Trump has tapped to advise him on national security, shared the stories. None of them were true. But the fake stories and threats persisted, some even aimed at the employees’ children. The restaurant’s owner was forced to contact the FBI, local police, Facebook and other social media platforms in an effort to remove the articles.

Other nearby businesses have received threats as well, according to police. On Sunday, after spending more than an hour on lockdown with employees and customers, Matt Carr, the owner of the Little Red Fox market and coffee shop, said his business started getting threats last weekend. They got 30-40 calls before they stopped answering calls from blocked numbers, he said. “One person said he wanted to line us up in front of a firing squad.”

It was all tied to the Comet Ping Pong accusations online, he said. “There’s some old painted-over symbol on the marquee that they claim is an international symbol of pedophilia, and that there are underground tunnels….”

“There’s some video on YouTube that has almost 100,000 views and talks about me, the owner of the Little Red Fox, by name.

“This was our worst fear,” he said, “that someone would read all this and come to the block with a gun. And today it happened.”

James Alafantis released a statement last night after the happening. He says he didn’t do nothing.

He also claims he’s be addressing allegations soon.

Obviously, I do not condone this, not because I think it’s wrong to do such a thing if you believe children are in danger, but because while convincing, I think the evidence needs to be filtered by serious-minded people in order to make a compelling case (talking about illuminati, numerology and other Alex Jonesy stuff doesn’t help) and the movement is just not there yet.

The meme going around that John Podesta and his brother Tony personally kidnapped Madeleine McCann is absurd if you’ve done any reading into the modus operandi of elite pedophile rings. With that said, the Metropolitan police have reopened their investigation into the girl’s disappearance based on brand new evidence. I wrote back in June that Clement Freud, the grandson of the infamous Jew child sex aficionado, was probably involved in Madeleine’s abduction.

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