Profile overview for Zorrilla.
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7 submissions to pizzagate

4 submissions to pizzagatewhatever

This user has so far shared a total of 2 links, started a total of 9 discussions and submitted a total of 228 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 201 and downvoted 21 submissions.

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MSM is suddenly attacking InfoWars and demanding it be taken down. Mentioning Pizzagate. submitted by gamepwn to pizzagate

Zorrilla 1 points 21 points (+22|-1) ago

I think Alex Jones is controlled opposition, but he is not 100% controlled. He seems to be able to talk about things until someone in the CIA or something tells him to stop talking about that thing, e.g. Pizzagate. In spite of being controlled, he still gets a lot of true information out to a lot of people.

There is an election coming up in a few months, and Alex Jones, with his large following, might have enough influence to threaten the Democrats, so they want to shut him down well in advance. Also, there might be some damning information set to be released which they don't want Jones talking about.

I think they are bringing up Pizzagate and Sandy Hook because they assume that their readers think that those two "conspiracy theories" are some of the most shameful, disgusting, poisonous, irresponsible and socially dangerous ideas Jones has ever promoted. They probably think that bringing these up will foment public outrage against Alex Jones and contribute to him being shut out of the sphere of public discourse for good. This is just my opinion.

Bronfman and Salzman arrested for NXIVM sex trafficking submitted by Matt_Helm to pizzagate

Zorrilla 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago

From the Times-Union article:

"The seven-count superseding indictment charges the six defendants with identity theft, harboring of aliens for financial gain, extortion, forced labor, sex trafficking, money laundering, wire fraud and obstruction of justice."

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NWO question submitted by fogdryer to pizzagatewhatever

Zorrilla 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

I don' t have an explanation, but a suggestion - study the Georgia Guidestones.

Ask questions from a guy who made the pegasus museum video! (link in comments) submitted by kobold to pizzagate

Zorrilla 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I'm a little late to this discussion, but the only thing that confused me about your videos was how you made the connection between the room that looks like a walk-in refrigerator that was called a "kill room" by werkinonmahnightcheese (not sure if I spelled that correctly) and the room with the brick walls and the channels being dug in the concrete floor. It's obvious that the second one is in the Pegasus museum, as you proved very clearly in your video, but how is it known that the walk-in refrigerator room (the Kill Room) is at the same place?

Ask questions from a guy who made the pegasus museum video! (link in comments) submitted by kobold to pizzagate

Zorrilla 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Thanks very much for the reply - that question had actually been on my mind for a year and a half. I remember reading somewhere, I think in one of the MSM articles, that Alefantis said that the walk in cooler was at another location (that is, not at Comet) but didn't specify where, or if it was at a property he owned. I wonder where it actually is?

I remember seeing a video in the early days of Pizzagate which showed Alefantis being questioned on the street outside Comet by a couple of guys who had enlarged prints of his Instagram posts. They had the Kill Room picture, and when they confronted him with it he kind of grimaced and turned away, and walked up the street without saying anything. When he came back the subject was changed and he never addressed the Kill Room question, though he did calmly answer questions about the girl with the tape and other things. This is the only time I can think of where Alefantis looked nervous or uncomfortable when being publicly questioned about Pizzagate. Segments of this video still exist, but the part where he responds to the Kill Room picture seems to have been scrubbed from YouTube, and I haven't seen it since 2016.

For instance, in this video at 2.38, it sounds like they're just about to ask him about the Kill Room but the video cuts to another segment before the question is finished.