Big League Politics: The Latest Swivel-Eyed Conspiracy Loon Site
The group is fueled in part by a website called Big League Politics, a far-right media outlet that often publishes conspiracy content and has been used to raise funds for prominent Republican politicians. Some of the website’s stories appear to be sourced from a secret message board created by a Big League Politics staffer, in which members concoct elaborate, pedophilia-based conspiracy theories they hope will be published to a wider audience.
They’re following in the footsteps of Pizzagate and QAnon - accusing innocent businesses and people just going about their lives as being seekrit kiddie-poking cannibal satanic freaks!!1eleventy!11!
the group, whose members are also largely followers of the Qanon conspiracy theory, has flooded Voodoo’s Instagram and Facebook posts and left Yelp reviews accusing the owners of child sex trafficking. Last week, the chain’s original Portland outpost received more calls from conspiracy theorists than customers ordering doughnuts, Monaghan said.
Welp. I guess the one silver lining is that all we have to do to prepare ourselves for Drunk Uncle belligerant ranting at Thanksgiving dinner is to log onto BLP and check out whatever batshit insane idiocy they’re shoveling at the gullible rubes, and then spend .01 second on Snopes & Google to prepare to debunk.