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Minecraft Creator Tweets 'Pizzagate Is Real' To 4M Followers

Markus Notch Persson causes pedogate meltdown with tweet

By: Daniel Newton  |@NeonNettle
 on 26th August 2017 @ 12.35pm
creator of minecraft  markus notch persson tweeted  pizzgate is real  to 4 million of his loyal followers © press
Creator of Minecraft, Markus Notch Persson Tweeted 'Pizzgate is real' to 4 Million of his loyal followers.

The creator of Minecraft, Markus "Notch" Persson, the founder of the most successful 3D building on the planet has just Tweeted "Pizzgate is real' to 4 Million of his loyal followers.

The tweet (below) doesn't provide any explanation as to why the Minecraft founder believes Pizzagate is real, but judging by a number of replies and retweets from Notch's followers, he's certainly caused a bit of confusion. 

The controversial Tweet was removed from Reddit, which suggests Notch has already begun to ruffle feathers. 


Pizzagate began when the email account of Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, John Podesta was hacked in a spear phishing attack before being made public by whistle-blowing agency Wikileaks.

The emails seemed to reveal code words referring to child trafficking and pedophilia, which led researchers to the Pizza restaurant near which also had alleged symbols in its menus primarily used within pedophile rings 

Markus "Notch" Persson wasn't the only high profile figure to Tweet about pizza-gate though, American actress and comedian Rossane Barr also tweeted about the controversial subject.

Barr even went as far to defend the independent journalist who was researching the subject: Pizzagate Journalists Being Attacked by MMFA & ThinkProgress!!!

Investigative journalist, Liz Crokin, also claims she was targeted and had her life threatened because of the "explosive" evidence" she has uncovered on the Pedogate and Pizzagte Washington D.C.

Pushing things even further, an organization called 'Pizzagate.com' offered a $25,000 reward for anyone who could successfully debunk every single Pizzgate accusation and prove that the Washington D.C pedophile ring claims were nothing more than a crazy conspiracy theory. Nobody won the prize.

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