by Mac Slavo
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: