Debunking more #pizzagate nonsense
I see absolutely nothing there at all except a grandmother (I presume that’s her relation to the children) bragging about her grandchildren, who genuinely enjoys watching them play in a swimming pool (because grandmothers like that stuff), and who overestimates how much anyone else cares.
That people think she’s acting as pimp to her own grandchildren so that HRC’s top staff can sexually abuse them is the most unhinged thing I’ve ever heard. Get real.
When people believe stuff like that, it’s hard to take anything else they believe seriously.
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Seth Largo has the following comment that I agree with:
The Lolitas on the Lolita Express were, as far as I’ve read, in the 14-18 range. Young women of misfortune, sure enough, and rich men have always taken advantage of such young women. It’s tragic and, in some jurisdictions, illegal, but it’s not abnormal. If Epstein’s documented use of young whores is the glue that holds this theory together, then there is absolutely nothing to suggest that anyone is keeping 8 year olds locked up in pedophile dungeons
Although to clarify “not abnormal,” I think he means that prostitution is found just about everywhere (even though it’s illegal in most places) and wherever there are prostitutes you will find that some of them are under the age of 18. And I would hazard a guess that the younger prostitutes are more popular with a large-enough percentage of the clientele.
In contrast, a grandmother (or maybe great aunt) offering up her pre-adolescent girls for sexual abuse is extremely abnormal, and it’s really impossible to believe that a successful SWPL-type woman in the United States would do something like that.