As the creep factor for the Podesta brothers continues to rise following a slew of disturbing Wikileaks revelations, this picture is now making it’s way around social media in various forms.
One is a picture of Hillary campaign chair John with his brother Tony Podesta, one of the top lobbyists in DC; the other is of a police sketch made of men wanted in the 2007 abduction of Madeleine McCann.
Here’s another. Notice anything?
Well the internet has.
— Michelle (@michelle4trump) November 7, 2016
And then it just gets creepier:
And more damning:
If you research the Podesta's they also knew Clement Freud who owned home next to Hotel where McCann abducted fr
— Karen (@km2141961) November 11, 2016
Little Madeleine McCann disappeared out of her bed while her family was vacationing in Portugal in 2007, a place the Podesta family is known to vacation to according to other Wikileaks emails like this one.
Media coverage of the case was dramatic and global. Podesta’s emails are completely missing from the Wikileaks thread during the time just a few days before to weeks after McCann disappeared.
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This video goes over some of the evidence that’s been amassed by social media sleuths thus far:
— Cocked & Loaded General Deplorable 🐻 (@HouseCracka) November 11, 2016
Others have pointed out the police sketches above were really of just one suspect initially, not two… but it is also two sketches from two different witnesses, so that doesn’t prove anything about how many perpetrators there actually were.
Still, the portraits side-by-side are uncanny, and on top of the mountain of other disturbing evidence, for some people this is just one too many coincidences.
— QArmy 🌐 (@pryerlee) November 13, 2016
Not only that, but a DDoS attack was reportedly initiated against sleuths on 4Chan at the same time new information on the McCann case was being released.
— meme 🐸 (@refutal) November 7, 2016
To top it all off, We Are Change is reporting that Twitter actually went offline for 20 minutes after Tweets about these pictures went viral.
As WRC’s Cassandra Fairbanks wrote, “While it is extremely far-fetched that the Podestas would be involved in this extremely high-profile missing persons case, the fact that thousands of people are having serious discussions about it on a Sunday evening speaks volumes about the trust people have in Hillary Clinton’s inner circle.”
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