REPORT: “Anti-Pizzagate Attorneys” Met With DOJ To Crack Down On Podesta Critics
This isn’t freedom and equally applied swift justice for all, is it? Researchers have noted that Kim Picazio, a vocal anti-Pizzagate attorney who has filed against “Pedogate” truthers in the past and who appears to be a media favorite (we wonder why that is?), met with US DOJ officials in Washington, DC on or around August 21st, to discuss a “crack down” on those continuing to scrutinize John Podesta’s possibly pedophilic emails, released by WikiLeaks in late 2016.
(Here’s our walkthrough of the Pizzagate scandal, which our D.C.-based research team still stands behind 100 percent.)
In the past, Picazio has described Pizzagate as “debunked” and a “false flag,” when neither appears to be the case. Pizzagate is very real — here’s our legally vetted evidence which has been viewed by nearly 250,000 people — and it also came to our attention that Picazio has blocked FULCRUM News’ company Twitter account, although we have never interacted with her, nor did we even know about her anti-Pizzagate advocacy until today.
Picazio describes the claims about John Podesta’s “walnut sauce” and “pizza” emails as debunked and a false flag.It is worth noting here that former top DOJ official Peter Kadzik appears throughout the Podesta Emails, as other media outlets including Zerohedge have already noted. In one Podesta email, Kadzik is included on the list of those invited to what is only described as a “pizza extravaganza.”
In one Podesta email, Kadzik is included on the list of those invited to what is only described as a “pizza extravaganza.”
Here’s Kadzik pictured with Tony Podesta, John’s brother, and Tony’s wife.
Some in local and state law enforcement are scratching their heads as to why deceased billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s New Mexico ranch was not immediately raided by authorities—the amount of time which has been allowed for Epstein’s possible accomplices to clear any evidence from the sprawling property is almost unheard of in modern law enforcement.
Similarly, why on Earth is the DOJ meeting with partisan anti-Pizzagate attorneys in private practice like Picazio, and not meeting with the Podestas—this time, to investigate them, not to wine and dine them.
Kindly clean that DOJ house, Mr. Barr. This stinks to high heaven! Incidentally, Peter Kadzik is still a prominent member of the D.C. legal community—researchers say he is currently employed at Washington powerhouse law firm Venable LLP, where he commands “significant” compensation for his work.