If you’re reading this, you may want to get your tinfoil hat ready. What we’re about to talk about is going to go a little outside the realm of our regular FreedomWire content…but stay with me.
These aren’t our ideas. FreedomWire didn’t propose these theories, and even now our team members retain varying degrees of skepticism…
But these are theories that were trending. People all over various platforms have been discussing them for weeks, and they paint a shocking picture of what’s been going on behind-the-scenes.
We’re going to delve deep and discuss these conspiracies, analyzing how they’re tied back to Jeffrey Epstein and the evil that he and his cohorts were perpetrating all over the world.
But ultimately, it’s up to you to decide whether you give them any credence.
Is Wayfair.com Selling Kidnapped Kids?
Right out of the gate, we’re going to jump into one of the biggest conspiracies put forth over the past few weeks.
Wayfair, the online affordable home goods site, may be helping child traffickers from around the world, facilitating the evils they commit. Eagle-eyed shoppers picked up on something VERY peculiar popping up on the site.
The normally-affordable goods offered by Wayfair—specifically a cabinet and a set of decorative pillows—were astronomically expensive.
The cabinet, which normally retails for around $400, showed prices up to $12,999, and the pillow, which normally retails for about $40, was listed at $10,999.
But that wasn’t the most peculiar aspect of it.
No, what REALLY had people freaked out was the fact each item had a name in the item description that corresponded with the name of a child that has disappeared within the last six months.
There were TONS of videos flooding the internet showing this very thing, and people were absolutely stunned.
Of course, Wayfair denied the whole thing – saying this, “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.”
Does this seem accurate to you? Is that a believable explanation from the company?
And, if Wayfair is involved in child trafficking, is it outside the realm of possibility that Epstein and his associated were involved?
Adrenochrome: Drug Of Choice For The Rich And Famous
Adrenochrome has been another one of the terms trending on the internet lately. Multiple cultural stars have openly talked about how good the compound is for helping them retain their youthful vitality.
Adrenochrome is a naturally-occurring compound in the human body—and the most potent form of it can only be taken from a live human donor that has been terrified to the point that their adrenaline is pumping overtime.
The most sought-after adrenochrome comes from children, and a lot of the rich and famous pay BIG time to get this “drug” in order to retain their youthful appearances.
The stories are absolutely disgusting. In fact, they’re too disturbing to share here—but if you’re inclined to learn more, be careful. The rabbit hole is both deep and dark on this one.
So, is it real?
Multiple different celebrities have talked about using the compound, but does it really come from nefarious sources?
If so, child trafficking would be one of the ONLY ways that they could make this happen – and seeing as Epstein was deeply intertwined with both Hollywood and DC, is it crazy to think that he was one of the top providers?
Red Shoes: What Are They Made From?
This is by far the most far-fetched of the three conspiracy theories presented…
But there is a rumor that, once the traffickers are done with the children (after torturing them for adrenochrome), some like to take “mementos.”
It’s too disgusting to even think about what those mementos could be…
But some theorists point to the peculiar shoes and belts that some bigtime Hollywood hotshots and DC politicians wear…and they make allegations about what exactly those accessories could be made of.
Is this true?
Of the three we talked about today, this is the least likely to hold any credence…
But if somebody is sick enough to engage in the other two, is it outside of their scope to take a memento of their victim?
When you’re as prolific a child trafficker as Epstein was, you have to ask yourself: why did he need to recruit so many girls?
He was ONE man…
He couldn’t have possibly needed to recruit so many children.
Who was he working with?
Who was he working for?
And more importantly, who were the victims and will they ever see justice in this life or the next?
Time will tell – and what’s clear is that this Epstein tale is FAR from over.
And whether these theories are true or not, what matters is that you find the truth for yourself.
“I’m not a conspiracy theorist – I’m a conspiracy analyst.” – Gore Vidal