In the 31st episode of This Alt-Right Life, I talk to conservative author and journalist Brittany Pettibone on the PizzaGate scandal, the extensive network of pedophiles in American and Western governments, the media's attempts to cover up the Hillary Clinton-connected pedophile ring, and more.
On this episode of This Alt-Right Life, I talk to Brittany Pettibone. Brittany is a conservative writer and journalist and the co-author of the science fiction novel Hatred Day. She is also one of the leading authorities on PizzaGate, the investigation into the worldwide pedophile ring involving former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and other major Democrats. In the first segment, Brittany and I discuss how PizzaGate was first uncovered, Comet Ping Pong and the cluster of pedophile-related businesses in northwest Washington, D.C., how the media is trying to protect the pedophiles, and much more.
In the second segment, Brittany and I discuss the motivations of the PizzaGate pedophiles. We talk about what drives powerful politicians to want to molest children, the Left’s attempts to normalize pedophilia in Western culture, how the government is running disinfo campaigns against PizzaGate researchers, and more.
This Alt-Right Life is presented by Chloe Luv and Davis Aurini. Intro song “The World is Changing” by Winglord, second segment intro song “Shadilay” by P.E.P.E.
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Brittany and Nicole’s YouTube channel
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Brittany’s Twitter page
Brittany’s Gab page
“Spirit Cooking: Evil in Government”
“#PizzaGate: What We Know So Far”
“Podesta, Pizza, Pedophiles, and Discomfiting Coincidences”
“Thrown Out of Comet Pizza, Periscope Acting Possessed”
“#PizzaGate: The Elite are Involved with Pedophilia”
“Mike Cernovich Responds to Fake News Media Conspiracy Theories About #PizzaGate”
“Does the Hollywood Elite Use Rituals and Sexual Blackmail to Keep its Stars in Line?”
“5 People That National Review Hates More Than Admitted Pedophile Todd Nickerson”
“Breitbart Was Probing PizzaGate When He Mysteriously Died?”
Édith Piaf: “La Vie en rose (1950)”