In the last twenty-four hours as of this writing, a GIGANTIC rabbit hole has opened up and is being thoroughly explored by anons everywhere. It’s now being called #Wayfairgate, and all evidence collected on Friday evening and through the night of the scheme – wildly overpricing items with all sorts of symbolism in the photographs of said items, and their being matched with the children on missing persons lists – is being systematically erased from view and “conspiracy theory” has now been slapped on the story, labeling it as a hoax and false by the usual suspects. (That evidence, though, is never really gone as the Internet, like a diamond, is forever.)
What this is all about can be explained pretty much by this video. Please watch to the end.
Also as of this writing, anons everywhere are finding the same sort of thing on other online retailers. So far Amazon, Etsy, E-Bay and a few others have been spotted. As new information comes available, please post it below. This topic was taking over the Saturday daily thread and some very valuable information was being buried.
In the meantime, here are some of the highlights so far:
“Caitlynne” is the name of a missing kid.
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Look what Nightshift on the Frog faceboard found
Former Execs w/ #BainAndCompany and #Mittens
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Do u believe in coincidences?
But there is moar!!
6:58 AM · Jul 11, 2020
Crazy. I don’t shop Wayfair much but for about the last month at Amazon I’ve seen the same thing. Checked out a random listing today.. a folding deck chair………..$28,972.43 & FREE Shipping
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If you think the Wayfair Child Trafficking scandal is just an honest mistake on pricing and that SKU #’s coincidentally bring up photos of underage kids…
You probably are also the kind of person that thinks masks protect you from the China virus.
God help, America.
This particular rabbit hole caught on so fast, in less than 24 hours Snopes has labeled it a hoax. That’s gotta be some kind of record.
What is interesting is that anons have now taken it upon themselves to look for additional online retailers whose prices are wildly out of line, and the dots are being connected.
If you see something out there that tells of more retailers being exposed, or is newsworthy on this topic, including memes, please add it to the comments below.