Conspiracy Theory Causes Gunman To Loose Control In D.C. Pizzeria – “He Had a Big Gun.”


Conspiracy Theory Causes Gunman To Loose Control In D.C. Pizzeria – “He Had a Big Gun.”



Washington Post


We’ve all heard about the fake news in the news recently.  Conspiracy theories are as rampant as the truth these days.  It’s hard to decipher what is real and what is fake.  The only possible solution is research.  We owe it to ourselves to search for the truth, but we have to do it in the right manner.

Entrepreneur stated: “Many of these stories originate from overseas “companies,” whose members cite “income” as the primary motivating factor.”

How likely would it be that money is the root problem?  It usually is.

The story below is proof of how real, fake news can be perceived.

What’s wrong with telling the truth?  There’s no money in it that’s what.

People would rather watch news about calamity over charity.

Take notice tonight when you’re watching the evening news… How many times will you see negative trump positive reporting?

Car crashes, robberies, police chases, fires, shootings, court issues, propaganda… The list goes on and on…


From AP:

The AP has reported that a man fired a rifle inside a pizza parlor in Washington, D.C.

28-year-old, Edgar Maddison Welch of Salisbury, North Carolina said he came to “self-investigate” a conspiracy theory concerning Clinton and her campaign chief running a child sex ring out of the restaurant.

Customers started to panic after Welch walked in and pointed his gun at an employee and walked to the back of the restaurant; the employee called the police.

Bartender Lee Elmore said. “His demeanor was bizarre, in that if you come in to a place to eat, you ask for a host or grab a seat at the bar,” Elmore said. “Didn’t make any eye contact, didn’t talk with anybody.”

Welch was arrested Sunday after possibly hitting the door, computer and walls. No injuries have been reported.

Police recovered an AR-15 rifle, a Colt .38 handgun, a shotgun and a folding knife.

Restaurant owner James Alefantis said in a statement. “Let me state unequivocally: These stories are completely and entirely false, and there is no basis in fact to any of them.”


We’ve been conditioned to seek out the exciting.  We’ve been conditioned to see the world in a specific light.  We’ve been conditioned to allow media to report to us what’s important. 

The truth hurts, it’s not that interesting, but it does hurt.

Watch what you’re doing out there.  Pay attention to the details and be sure to do your research.  If we hold ourselves accountable we can make a difference.


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