Credit for this post goes to @Vindicator. I'm just posting his findings.
As most of you know by now, there is a demonstration scheduled to happen in Washington, D.C. on March 25th, titled the Investigate Pizzagate march, the flyer of which you can see in the subverse sidebar.
What you may not know is that a less popular demonstration has also been scheduled to take place in Washington, D.C. on March 18th, called the Stand up for the Children march (a.k.a. the Million Lost Children March).
Please take the following with a grain of salt, but I think this latter might be a false flag.
The March 25th Investigate Pizzagate event was registered on Facebook on January 29th.
The March 18th Stand up for the Children event was registered on Facebook on February 24th.
What are the chances that, without any precedent, two Pizzagate demonstrations are organized in the same city exactly one week apart, with the one scheduled for earlier being announced a month after the other one, without any coordination between the two?
The March 18th Stand up for the Children demonstration also seems to advertise itself with imagery of violence and vigilante justice, in line with the temperament demonstrated by the organizer on Twitter.
I'm concerned of this one being orchestrated to involve some sort of violence along the lines of the CPP shooting incident that will serve as grounds for the media to smear the investigation again. But even if that doesn't happen, this division between the two marches will dilute the size and impact of both protests for sure.
I may be wrong, but be very careful, and vet the event that you attend thoroughly.
Edit: To those who demand an apology for this post: none is warranted. I shared my thoughts about the protest. I was careful to say possible false flag, warned to take it with a grain of salt, and explicitly stated I may be wrong. With that said, my concerns still haven't been addressed. Obviously neither this being a false flag, nor the opposite can be verified, nonetheless the details I've shared in the post were and still are a reason for caution. The post is a mere warning that draws attention to the circumstances that could be a result of an uninformed coincidence, or could be the result of malicious intent. I don't know which one is the case, and my point is that none of you know either. In hopes of helping everyone planning on attending make an informed decision, I provided some potentially important information (and my own interpretation of it) about the event. With regards to the flair, I'm removing it because the community did not find this important. My opinion still stands nevertheless.
Edit 2: Becki Percy is no longer scheduled to speak at this event.