WaPo Falsely Accuses Michael Flynn of Spreading #PIZZAGATE Conspiracy Leading to Pizzeria Attack – 3%
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WaPo Falsely Accuses Michael Flynn of Spreading #PIZZAGATE Conspiracy Leading to Pizzeria Attack

Contrary to reporting from many journalists and outlets, Republican president-elect Donald Trump‘s pick for national security advisor Michael Flynn did not spread or have anything to do with the #PizzaGate conspiracy that led a man to threaten a Washington D.C. pizzeria with a rifle Sunday. Just another perfect example of how liberal media will use a “fake” story when it serves them.

Of course The Washington Post just came out with a new article this morning retracting their claims but were quick to point back at Flynn’s son.

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Flynn absolutely has a history of pushing conspiracy theories, but not the “Pizzagate” theory. One big clue should have been the date on Flynn’s tweet: two days before the conspiracy even reared its head.

Clicking through the link in Flynn’s tweet brings up a story from TruePundit.com, a proprietor of unsubstantiated “news,” supposedly from the NYPD. The “sex crimes w/ children” in the title refers to Anthony Weiner, the husband of a Clinton advisor who actually is under investigation for soliciting minors.

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