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Pizza map[edit]

Why can't anyone explain what a pizza-related map is? — Unsigned, by: 2601:584:300:FDF0:5D8E:C7AF:B811:D002 / talk

because "rational" wiki isn't about critical thought or reason, it's about deferring to centralized authority and ridiculing anyone who questions official narratives. "truth" is the legal property of the establishment hierarchy and mere peasants must bow down like good little sheep and accept what they're told. this page mainly focuses on random bits of noise while ignoring critical details such as the blatant pedo comments on Comet's IG, the Podestas' art collection depicting child abuse/torture and cannibalism, Alefantis's statement in a published interview that he stores canned tomatoes "in the basement", and the puzzling fact that GQ magazine named a pizza shop owner as one of the most powerful men in DC. but Podesta says he's innocent, and an actor fired a gun at no one, so there's clearly no need for an investigation. — Unsigned, by: 2605:a601:ab36:db00:4dff:88ab:ec93:acd / talk
I have a brain so maybe I'm just being controlled by it, but I would assume that a 'pizza map' is a map of a city, town, or portion of a city or town, that depicts the locations of restaurants where one could purchase pizza.FairDinkum (talk) 09:12, 13 October 2022 (UTC)

requesting original basement quotes[edit]

I have seen a lot of articles reporting on how QANON made reference to a basement under Comet Ping Pong so as to dispute the claim... but all I can seem to find is paraphrasing.

Would someone happen to have records of when QANON first actually mentioned a basement, and the exact dates/quotes which referred to it then and subsequently? (talk) 05:48, 17 March 2020 (UTC)

Maybe Qanon doesn't refer to a basement specifically, but to have the conspiracy of a sex ring to work, it involves a basement for operations to work? It seems like a logical place to carry out nefrarious stuff, out of public eye, while public space can still be used as a gathering spot. --It's-a me, Lgm sigpic.png 🎄LeftyGreenMario!🎄(Mod) 07:28, 17 March 2020 (UTC) is confused about the allegation and response. The allegation was that there were 'underground tunnels' below Comet Pizza that led to 'killing rooms'. The response by debunkers was that Comet Pizza doesn't even have a basement.FairDinkum (talk) 09:32, 13 October 2022 (UTC)

A lot is missed when we don’t talk about the actual emails[edit]

Condescension? Check. Shaming? Check. I can see the golden opportunity to dunk on right-wingers with this topic, but the tone really shuts down any dissenting opinions. Coming from very far left, did anyone read these emails? It’s not just a few mentions of cheese pizza. It’s hundreds of mentions of pizza, hotdogs, walnuts, sauce. And literally none of it makes sense in full context, nor are they in conversations about food. They are code words without a shadow of a doubt. The argument should be about what. A handkerchief with a “pizza-related map” on it? “Walnut sauce?ing”? “I’m dreaming of your hotdog stand in Hawaii”? There’s been pedophilia found everywhere (religion, sports, politics several times over). Huge systemic operations that are above the law. Why would Hillary Clinton, who is close personal friends with Trump, Harvey Weinstein, Jeffrey Epstein, and other sexual predators, be exempt from that? Look into this for real, y’all. Especially if Weinstein ends up hanging himself with a paper shirt while the video footage magically disappears. PS, please rethink the part about Wikileaks being the cause of this “mess”. The world would be a much darker place without Wikileaks. Anyone who claims a Russia connection is lying to your face. — Unsigned, by: Randman21 / talk / contribs

Walnut sauce turns up in search results as a less-used Italian-style dressing. Outside of some garbage conspiracy sites with "truth" in the url. Aside from the beckoning cliché "look into this, sleepers", this ridiculous "conspiracy" has been long discredited for the nonsense it is, and I doubt the emails have anything worthwhile aside from context-erased quirky texts you call "code" that probably are way more benign and mundane than you think. --It's-a me, Lgm sigpic.png 🎄LeftyGreenMario!🎄(Mod) 08:23, 10 April 2020 (UTC)
@Randman21 So you believe there's a vast pedophile conspiracy but don't believe multiple powerful people met with Russian representatives to try to get inside information to win an election? Just to be clear, since the former requires more assumptions than the latter. ☭Comrade GC☭Ministry of Praise 12:30, 10 April 2020 (UTC)
P.S. the world would be a much better place without WikiLeaks and with a watchdog group with actual journalistic standards. ☭Comrade GC☭Ministry of Praise 14:40, 10 April 2020 (UTC)
P.P.S. Wikileaks did not state that there was a secret DNC pedo ring, they merely released a fuck ton of emails amongst a highly turbulent election where multiple third party sources of dubious quality released misinformation and lies. They knew this, and did not seek to make editorial notes to combat misinformation. They failed to have basic standards and were selective in their releases. These are red flags of a source suffering in terms of credibility. ☭Comrade GC☭Ministry of Praise 14:54, 10 April 2020 (UTC)

Another 'proof'[edit]

'Pizzagate' is an anagram of 'Gaze at zip' - what evidence more do you need. Anna Livia (talk) 15:50, 14 July 2021 (UTC)

John Podesta. What Italian-American eats cheese pizza? No pepperoni? No mushrooms? No onions or olives? Something is fishy here and it's not anchovies![edit]

John Podesta is an Italian-American.

What Italian-American eats cheese pizza? No pepperoni? No mushrooms? No onions or olives?

Something is fishy here and it's not anchovies! Pizza389 (talk) 21:23, 16 July 2021 (UTC)

LOL. Speaking as an American, you must be an American troll. Most pizza I had in Italy, where it was available (it's more regional over there) was more like Pizza MargheritaWikipedia and certainly far from the toppings-pileup of American pizza (not necessarily a bad thing, but definitely American). I personally preferred the French-meats-Italy vibe of northern Italian cuisine, but that's just me. PanGalacticGargleBlaster (talk) 21:31, 16 July 2021 (UTC)
Just more evidence that believing incredibly stupid crap requires incredibly stupid ignorance. All the pizza restaurants in my city that brag about having 'authentic' Italian pizza serve ONLY cheese pizza. The 'New York Style' ones will 'crumble pepperoni sausage' on it if you want, but there are no other toppings available. They also all use special water-based mozzarella rather than the usual oil-based mozzarella FairDinkum (talk) 09:39, 13 October 2022 (UTC)