In His First Tweet Since Election, Accused Kiddy-Fiddler Podesta Endorses Fake News Conspiracy Theory

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 13, 2016

In a bizarre twist in the eternal drama of global kikery, accused kiddy-fiddler and former Clinton campaign chief John Podesta has come out and endorsed the fake news conspiracy theory that Russia won the election for Donald Trump.

The fake news story has been heating up over the last few days, with known Jewish-backed propaganda sites such as The New York Times and The Washington Post propagating the fictitious hoax. Over the weekend, conspiracy buffs at the CIA announced that they believe in the discredited theory.

The theorists propose that Russia was responsible for the Wikileaks emails which were released during the election, and had a negative effect on Clinton’s campaign, as they demonstrated that she is involved in an onion-like layered criminal corruption racket. Podesta himself is under scrutiny for using coded language in his emails in such a way that he appears to be talking about having sex with kids.

Though they have been given ample opportunity, those promoting the fake news hoax have failed to present any evidence to support their false, delusional theory.

Only the most demented, Jew-loving figures in the government have dared come out in support of the theory. One such figure was the traitor John McCain, who was also a key promoter of the theory that Saddam Hussein had nukes and was planning a preemptive attack on the United States. This false theory led to a war which cost trillions of dollars and resulted in the loss of thousands of American lives.

The Russian-hacker conspiracy believer McCain, who has been dismissed as insane by the majority of people, has been touring the talk shows, attempting to discredit the election.

Jews are running around stating that the theory is a “fact,” despite the fact that absolutely zero evidence has been produced.

The intention of the hoax being promoted by Podesta, McCain and the Jews is to try and sway electors before they cast their ballots next Monday.

Podesta is no doubt worried that when Donald Trump is officially President, he will open an investigation into his alleged baby-rape ring. John McCain is probably also a baby-rapist.


A group of electors for Clinton — a minority among the 538 men and women who will officially vote for Trump as president later this month — called for a briefing ahead of the vote in an open letter to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.

The ten electors from five states asked Clapper for information on “whether there are ongoing investigations into ties between Donald Trump, his campaign or associates, and Russian government interference in the election, the scope of those investigations, how far those investigations may have reached, and who was involved in those investigations.”

They also asked for “all investigative findings” from the intelligence community on Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election.

The list of electors includes Christine Pelosi, a daughter of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Rep.-elect Carol Shea-Porter and Terie Norelli, a former speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives.

Clay Pell IV, a Democratic politician from Rhode Island, has also signed onto the latter. Pell is married to Michelle Kwan, the Olympic figure skater who worked on Clinton’s campaign.

Clearly, these people have their own interests, all being tied to the Clinton campaign. On top of this, the Asiatic Michelle Kwan lost the Olympics twice to Russia’s Maria Butyrskaya, which presumably resulted in some bitterness.

Donald Trump has correctly pointed out that the entire situation is insane.

This story shows the damage that can be done through the promotion of fake news.

Lives are at risk.