Pizzagate has fired the curiosity of people across the world. If you haven't been following the Pizzagate story, you would be forgiven for thinking that it is a story about bad pizza, but the truth is much more weird and disturbing.
Pizzagate began when WikiLeaks started to release emails that showed Hillary Clinton's links to a Washington Pizza joint called Comet Ping Pong. The emails proved that Comet Ping Pong owner James Alefantis had links to Clinton through her long-term friend and advisor John Podesta.
After WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange released emails showing the links between Podesta and Comet Ping Pong, a group of internet sleuths began to look into what they saw as some very worrying links. As reported by the Inquisitr last week, matters soon took a very odd turn.
The Guardian reported that the Ecuadorian Embassy had cut off Assange's internet access over what it claimed was WikiLeaks interference in the U.S. election. It has been widely claimed that Assange has either been assassinated or taken into custody, and many believe that Pizzagate is the reason behind his disappearance from the public eye. It has even been suggested that WikiLeaks has been taken over by government agents who are trying to hide Assange's lack of visibility.