Hammer Hoax: Democrat Operatives Fabricated ‘Far-Right’ Websites Attributed to David DePape

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Dem operatives behind fake 'far-right' website attributed to David DePape

The mainstream media immediately attributed two fake ‘far-right’ websites to David DePape – the man arrested for allegedly attacking Paul Pelosi with a hammer on Friday. However, this all appears to be yet another Democrat hate hoax.

Both David DePape and Paul Pelosi were both found naked early Friday morning by police at Paul and Nancy’s home in San Francisco.  The mainstream media immediately tried to cover-up the odd circumstances surrounding DePape’s arrest, ignoring the fact that they were both high and naked, and instead trying to reframe the incident as some kind of hate crime. But their reports were all lies.

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: There are numerous questions related to this case already.

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In addition, the media tried to frame DePape as a conservative based on websites that were reportedly his.  DePape was homeless and a drug addict but the media insisted he was running a conservative website?  Makes perfect sense.

FOX News reported on the websites reportedly connected to DePape:

Facebook disabled DePape’s profile early Friday and declined to answer questions. At least two online blogs under DePape’s name are stocked with posts from the years of 2007 and 2022 speaking of “censorship,” “Big Brother,” and pedophiles. One contained calls for violence and antisemitic content. It was not immediately clear that he was responsible for the posts, and San Francisco police did not immediately respond to questions about DePape’s online presence.

The LA Times also reported as well on the websites.

In the months before police accused him of attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Friday morning, David DePape had been drifting further into the world of far-right conspiracies, antisemitism and hate, according to a Times review of his online accounts.

In a personal blog that DePape maintained, posts include such topics as “Manipulation of History,” “Holohoax” and “It’s OK to be white.” He mentioned 4chan, a favorite message board of the far right. He posted videos about conspiracies involving COVID-19 vaccines and the war in Ukraine being a ploy for Jewish people to buy land.

DePape’s screeds included posts about QAnon, an unfounded theory that former President Trump is at war with a cabal of Satan-worshipping elites who run a child sex ring and control the world. In an Aug. 23 entry titled “Q,” DePape wrote: “Either Q is Trump himself or Q is the deepstate moles within Trumps inner circle.”

The Times went on to say:

DePape followed a number of conservative creators online, including Tim Pool, Glenn Beck, DailyWire+ and the Epoch Times. He also followed an account on YouTube called Black Pilled and reposted several of its videos on his blog. “Blackpilling” is internet slang for coming to believe supposedly unacceptable facts about society, and the reposted videos include accusations such as the FBI covering up child rape.

The problem is the websites cited by the mainstream media that were supposedly aligned with DePape were created on Friday and they are no longer active today, Saturday.

The site Godisloving.wordpress.com was opened on Friday and shut down on Saturday.

If you try to link to it now, you will find it has been shut down.

The other site listed, www.frenlyfrens.com/blog is no longer active as well.  It too was created on Friday and shut down on Saturday.  The only activity on this site as well was in the last two days.

It looks like this is all another far-left conjured-up lie.  The websites reportedly connected to Paul Pelosi’s “friend” in his underwear are totally fake.  They were created on Friday and deleted on Saturday and the only activity in them was over the past few days. 

The Pelosis must be scared for people to know the truth about what was happening in their mansion in San Francisco early on Friday morning.  

So who created these websites?