Andrew Breitbart knew about the sex-trafficking ring in Washington D.C
It seems that Andrew Breitbart, the controversial media personality is controversial even in his death. The tweet below is from 2011, in which he accuses “prog-guru” John Podesta of unspeakable acts. However, it’s still unclear if he was accusing Podesta of being a part of a child sex trafficking ring or helping someone escape justice.
In 2009, Acorn came down when leaders were charged with fraud. Podesta appointed Steve Kest on his position later, who covered up the fraud and kept them clean.
Here’s a report on the controversial tweet from washingtontimes:
“Andrew Breitbart is making news even in death.
Social media speculation of a sex-trafficking ring in the nation’s capital has burned up social media sites for weeks. Complicating matters is Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s decision not to comment on anything WikiLeaks-related for months.
Explosive claims by Internet sleuths, which were prompted after reading stolen documents belonging to Mr. Podesta, have been derided as “viciously phony” by Fox News’ Howard Kurtz. A tweet by Mr. Breitbart shortly before his March 1, 2012, death is now being cited by online researchers as proof that they are onto something big.
“How prog-guru John Podesta isn’t household name as world class underage sex slave op cover-upperer defending unspeakable dregs escapes me,” Breitbart tweeted on Feb. 4, 2011. The conservative icon’s death at age 43 was attributed to “heart failure.” Knowledge of the late conservative’s tweet sent Google searches for “Andrew Breitbart” skyrocketing Sunday night as news spread to members of Twitter, Reddit, GAB, Voat and other social media platforms.”