SHOCKING: New Report Claims To Know Why Andrew Breitbart Was Murdered


Andrew Breitbart

There have been many theories surrounding the death of Andrew Breitbart. He was dead after calling out John Podesta on twitter. Breitbart seemed determined to expose something sinister then suddenly he was dead. Podesta was one of Hillary Clinton’s closest staff members at the time.


Just in case you don’t know who Andrew was; he was born Andrew James Breitbart (February 1, 1969 – March 1, 2012) He was an American entrepreneur, conservative publisher, commentator for The Washington Times, media critic, journalist, author, and television and radio personality on various news programs, who served as an editor for the Drudge Report website. I met him in and sat with him at CPAC in Orlando, Florida in February of 2012. A month later I was shocked to learn he was dead.

Breitbart created the website Breitbart.com, a news and opinion website, along with multiple other “BIG” sites – BIGHollywood, BIGGovernment, BIGJournalism. He played a central role in the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal, the firing of Shirley Sherrod, and the ACORN 2009 undercover videos controversy.  That was the controversy which put an end to ACORN. Commenters such as Nick Gillespie and Conor Friedersdorf have credited Breitbart with changing how people wrote about politics.

Andrew might also be remembered for something else — something most of us missed until now. Andrew Breitbart tweeted about John Podesta and his child sex-slavery ring years ago. I know you are probably afraid to share this story for fear of being called a loon.  In the video below, you can see him calling out Podesta over the “skeletons in his closest.”

In a tweet from February 2011, Breitbart called out John Podesta as a “world class underage sex slave op cover-upper.” It was only a little

more than a year later, in March of 2012,  Breitbart died, supposedly of a “random heart attack” at the age of 43. He had just turned 43 the previous month. Is it merely a coincidence that Breitbart is dead after calling out one of Hillary Clinton’s closest staff members? If you think so, one fact may change your mind. The coroner was poisoned to death a couple weeks after Breitbart’s death. This is too convenient to be just another coincidence.

Breitbart didn’t only call out Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman once, he did it several times, eluding to the “pizzagate“scandal as it has been known to be called.

Andrew Breitbart certainly didn’t like John Podesta, and those of us who have read the depraved chairman’s leaked emails now know why. Breitbart knew all of this over five years ago, before the emails were leaked in the fall of 2016.

Connecting the dots:

Media Matters chief David Brock paid a former domestic partner $850,000 after being threatened with damaging information involving the organization’s donors. According to legal documents obtained by FoxNews.com; the deal that David Brock later characterized as a blackmail payment. When I googled David Brock former domestic partner the name William Grey popped up. Brock acussed Grey of making repeated threats to expose him to the “scorn or ridicule of his employees, donors and the press in demanding money and property.” All this because he wanted to maintain his relationship with James Alefantis

Who is James Alefantis? He is the one and only owner of Washington D.C’s Comet Ping Pong Pizza.

If you have doubts that references to pizza relate to sex, specifically sex that relates to the occult, see these links to images recovered from Instagram and social media accounts connected to Comet Ping Pong and Clinton and Podesta associates including James Alefantis (NSFW): linklinklinklinklinklinklinklink (with more to come in links below).

This one of the wall paintings in the basement where Comet Ping Pong has his ping pong games with certain guests.

 

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