An instant red-flag that I keep an eye out for as I look through news articles are stories that the approved media dismiss outright.
A `new conspiracy theory surrounding products advertised by the home goods and furniture seller Wayfair now joins previous unsubstantiated allegations like Pizzagate regarding worldwide pedophilic sex trafficking among the economic elite.
The Wayfair conspiracy theory that became a social media sensation on Friday began with a post to the Conspiracy subreddit, which promotes user-submitted conspiracy theories, many thinly evidenced or unevidenced, to more than a million subscribers.
At this point in 2020 when I see a news source label a story a conpeerwacy teerie I immediately think “damage control.” These media outlets have long been the propaganda arm of the ruling elite. When you’re still smearing Pizzagate in the wake of Jeffrey Epstein, you have lost all credence in journalism.
Other mainstream outlets proved even less curious.
Wayfair said there was nothing nefarious about the cabinets, however.
“There is, of course, no truth to these claims,” a Wayfair spokesperson said in a statement to Business Insider. “The products in question are industrial grade cabinets that are accurately priced. Recognizing that the photos and descriptions provided by the supplier did not adequately explain the high price point, we have temporarily removed the products from site to rename them and to provide a more in-depth description and photos that accurately depict the product to clarify the price point.”
Typical Journalist: “That’s good. I’m glad that Wayfair denies any wrongdoing. Man, I am just so glad that they told us that. For a second I thought something bad might be happening. But, I totally asked Wayfair about it and they denied it. So, we’re good.”
Of course, I cannot prove that Wayfair is actually a part of the global pedophile ring, but the fact that the likes of Newsweek and Business Insider are shilling for them is a haunting sign. Additionally, in the above statement, notice that Wayfair is not even denying the very odd prices. Here are some examples.
“Nothing weird here, guise. It’s just $14K storage cabinets and $10k throw pillows that are named after missing children and are cringely themed with zodiac signs. Totally normal. You guise just don’t understand furniture prices. We can totally explain those price points. We took them down from the website, just so, uh, people aren’t confused or whatever.”
As my wife and I were looking through the conspeerwacy posts last night, we also noticed $17K dining room and end tables. People were buying them with hopes of exposing Wayfair. Good for them. Early investigators into this matter were also claiming that when you typed in these product numbers to certain database search engines that photos of scantily dressed children would appear. I cannot substantiate that, but I do not doubt it to be true.
Also alleged to be involved in this scheme (to no one’s surprise) are Amazon and Ebay. Possibly, I’ll have more on that later.
For now, let’s talk about how it only gets worse of Wayfair. After all, it never looks good when George Soros has a huge financial stake in your company.
And lastly, it’s also questionable when Hollywood celebs are peddling products through your venue, especially when one of those celebrities has been a visitor of pedophile island and is on Anon “suicide” watch.
ED by Ellen DeGeneres Crafted by Royal Doulton is now available to purchase on Wayfair, too. The television host doesn’t currently sell furniture, though. Instead, the line is made of beautiful dishware.
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Well looky here. We have Bill Hutcherson, President of Operations at Wayfair, associating with none other than Ghislaine Maxwell. It’s becoming even more interesting. And as always, we find the cabal being incestuous.
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