Very strange things took place at the online retailer, Wayfair in recent days. The “fact-checkers” have already made sure to classify this “conspiracy theory” as “false” though, so don’t think about it, and go back to sleep.
The newest “news” that mainstream media is desperately trying to get you to ignore, involves child trafficking. It’s not a complete shock, but when the media distracts and the “fact-checkers” go into overdrive for something they claim is “false,” we should probably take a closer look at what’s going on.
Social media users shared screenshots of the cabinets, which cost upward of $14,000, and speculated that the items were in fact missing children who could be purchased through Wayfair’s website, according to a report by Business Insider. The odd thing that they won’t explain, however, is how the overpriced cabinets and throw pillows came with the names of missing children:
Don’t worry though! Wayfair investigated themselves and found that they have done nothing wrong and the mainstream media agrees. “There is, of course, no truth to these claims,” a Wayfair spokesperson said in a statement to Business Insider. “The products in question are industrial grade cabinets that are accurately priced.” What about the $9,999.00 for a personalized throw pillow named after missing children? Were those priced accurately? Who do these people think they are trying to fool?
There is also a long list of ties to Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and Wayfair. Probably just a coincidence, right? The mainstream media also conversely ignored the fact that Wayfair’s CEO, Niraj Shah, also serves on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
As Josh Sigurdson says in the video below “there are huge child trafficking rings and the government is involved.” He says Wayfair provides beds for ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) and a lot of children mysteriously go missing from their custody. Mainstream media sources will back up those claims, but they did not connect the dots, as alternative media has been doing. Listen at 8:00 for Sigurdson’s explanation and the “dot-connecting” you will not hear about on Fox News or CNN. MSM, all of them, are covering this up:
“All I know, is with Walmart, Amazon, and Wayfair getting caught with all these high priced items with names of missing people, tied to codes and order numbers that if you search on Yandex come up with children, it could be a huge 4Chan hoax, but something really weird is happening,” says Sigurdson.
— Darrian (@darrianperdue) July 10, 2020
Those are fairly uncommon names, but it’s probably a coincidence, right? Some social media users said the names of the cabinets — Neriah, Yaritza, Samiyah, and Alyvia all appeared to match the names of missing children. And oddly, since Wayfair said they did nothing wrong after the posts picked up steam on social media, the cabinet listings suddenly disappeared from the company’s website. This obviously generated even more suspicion. If the cabinets were accurately priced, why remove them? Why not just take the names off?
WAYFAIR literally deleted the cabinets that were up for more than 10k to hide their sex trafficking scandal!! The internet busted a front line tracking operation right in front of our eyes
SHARE SHARE SHARE, open you eyes people!!! This is bigger than yall even know. #pizzagate pic.twitter.com/Nye8eKJl5O
— Melissa Perez: (@NooRemorse) July 10, 2020
“There is, of course, no truth to these claims,” a Wayfair spokesperson said in a statement to Business Insider. “The products in question are industrial grade cabinets that are accurately priced. Recognizing that the photos and descriptions provided by the supplier did not adequately explain the high price point, we have temporarily removed the products from site to rename them and to provide a more in-depth description and photos that accurately depict the product to clarify the price point.”
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States — that’s roughly 2,000 per day. Of those, there are 115 child “stranger abduction” cases each year, which means the child was taken by an unknown person. –ABC News
It could all be a coincidence. Maybe, but what we do know is pretty disturbing, and the mainstream media isn’t even looking just a little bit into this. They immediately did damage control for Wayfair instead of investigating it. “I think there is some form of legitimacy to this, I just don’t know what it is yet,” Sigurdson added.