I'm following up on this post by @alphabravo https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2205999 **Today you have an epic chance to tie literal cheese lingo to every creepy Podesta email sent/received AND IT WILL MAKE FACTUAL SENSE, instead of being just a forgotten headline about a dude shooting up a fucking family pizza place in DC.
Am I making sense?!****
Last night on Tucker Carlson he started his segment with information regarding a new informant from the Podesta Group who worked closely with Tony Podesta. @ the 5:00 minute mark or so he is talking about how the informant told him that Tony Podesta's finances were handled by Tony personally and the books HIGHLY SECRET. That there was 1 person alone that handled his ART COLLECTION...towards the end of the segment Carlson mentions a hypothetical situation in which he mentions CANNABALISM!
I think this is what MegaAnon was pointing to. Shit is breaking so fast, I can't keep up. Tucker says there is A LOT more coming...stay tuned, and meme it like Anon says.
EDIT: Sorry for typo in title can't change PODESTA
EDIT #2 Required reading for better understanding Tony Podesta and his ART COLLECTION:
Her husband, who looks less like an aesthete than a character from the Sopranos, became involved with collecting no less accidentally. He was helping Ted Kennedy in his failed bid to challenge Jimmy Carter for the 1980 Democratic nomination. When he ran short of cash, Kennedy laid off three-quarters of his staff.
"Those of us who remained were paid in donated art. Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein were all supporters," he recalls. "I ended up leaving the campaign with a treasure trove." Collecting became a "form of addiction".
Today, he reckons, he and his wife have the world's biggest collection of Anna Gaskell ("maybe second to Anna Gaskell"). Other contemporary favourites include Gillian Wearing, Marina Abramovic, Sam Taylor-Wood and Olafur Eliasson, whose work Podesta discovered 10 years ago, when the artist was still at the Royal Academy of Arts in Copenhagen.
EDIT#3 and this site actually lets you view some of his art: https://www.weblogr.com/scholar/podesta-art-collection