|Liz Crokin has some, um, interesting theories about|
the Democratic National Committee.
And they're winning the competition to come up with the most far-fetched theories possible.
Pizzagate was the theory early this year that to the wackos, indicated by John Podesta e-mails, that the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton were running a child sex ring out of the basement of a Washington DC pizzeria.
Among the other nonsensical parts of this story, the pizzeria doesn't even have a basement.
Now, they've gone further with their theory of the evils of the Democratic party.
Here's the scoop, as Right Wing Watch tells us:
"Right-wing columinst, commentator and conspiracy theorist Liz Crokin is fully committed to the conspiracy theory that there is a massive global satanic pedophile ring run by high-ranking government officials, powerful business executives and celebrities which regularly engages in the ritual sexual abuse and murder of children."
Right Wing Watch goes on:
"Crokin said that the average person simply cannot comprehend the fact that 'one third of the government' is part of a satanic Illuminati cult that sexually abuses, kills and eats children, but 'that's what these people do.'"
She said all this does seem unbelievable, but the John Podesta emails prove that it's happening. Crokin does not explain how those Podesta emails prove it, but whatever.
It's actually hard to follow how all this grew into Pizzagate and beyond, but this how Crokin's "logic" apparently works.
The Democratic National Committee emails were hacked during the 2016 campaign, and this included emails to and from Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta.
Many of the emails were innocuous and referred to dinner plans, sometimes involving pizza.
Somehow, Crokin and the other right wing wackos decided the word "pizza," particularly the phrase "cheese pizza" was code for "child pornography" since both phrases have the same first letters in their words.
Podesta also communicated with the owner of that Washington DC pizzeria, so the conspiracy was born.
Yeah, I don't get it either.
A lot of other people apparently "get" it, though, as YouTube videos of this theory and social media posts got lots of followers who apparently believe this shit. A guy even traveled up from South Carolilna and opened fire on the pizzeria to stop the child sex ring.
If that many people are that stupid and that gullible, God save us.