Alex Jones apologizes for Pizzagate ‘fake news’ on eve of March on D.C.

Alex Jones didn’t submit a public statement before abandoning serious investigation of Sandy Hook. But yesterday, he issued a statement of apology and retraction to James Alefantis regarding Infowars’ truncated investigation into the “pizzagate” issue. Curious, indeed. FOTM provides such facts as can be discerned at present.

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“Pizzagate” is the term given to speculations and assertions that there is a pedophile network connecting powerful Democratic Party élites and two Washington, D.C. pizzerias, Besta Pizza and Comet Ping Pong. The latter is owned by James Alefantis, listed by GQ as the 49th most powerful person in D.C. and a former boyfriend of Clinton crony and Democratic Party operative David Brock of Media Matters.

Below is a picture that Alefantis posted to his Instagram account (source: The Tap Blog). After this and other pictures were uncovered by 4chan, his account is no longer accessible to the public:

Given the gravity of the accusations and the many compelling circumstantial evidence, it is curious that no official investigation has been made by either law enforcement or the MSM. See “Failure of American Journalism: Pizzagate and the muzzling of Ben Swann”.

Today, March 25, beginning at 11 a.m…

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2 thoughts on “Alex Jones apologizes for Pizzagate ‘fake news’ on eve of March on D.C.

  1. Thank you, Cinderella’s Broom, for reminding us about Alex Jones’ behavior on Sandy Hook. InfoWars first published a post on’s removal of James Fetzer, et. al.’s book, Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, then deleted the post from both InfoWars and the Internet archives.

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    1. Yes. It’s very disturbing. One can speculate forever as to what’s really going on at Infowars. But until Alex Jones himself comes forward with the back story, we’re left with rumors that aren’t helpful to the truth movement. Thank you for coming forward with the facts on this new development so forthrightly.

      I strongly suggest that interested readers watch this video by Christopher Greene on the subject:


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