When Facebook signed a multi-million dollar deal with the “fact checking” website Snopes.com, many Americans were worried about its political bias.
The move thrust the company overnight into an incredibly powerful position with little outside oversight.
Snopes and its owners now had control over the newsfeed of the world’s biggest social media platform and could censor any journalism that went off the globalist corporate script.
These fears were confirmed by an investigative report by one of Great Britain’s most respected newspapers. That shocking exposé found that Snopes was secretly funneling money into illegal activities and had serious personnel issues. Snopes drew even more scorn when Tucker Carlson’s Daily Caller discovered that all of its “fact checkers” were actually Democratic activists.
It’s no surprise, then, that this leftwing corporate website has devoted an incredible amount of energy towards undermining the winning presidency of Donald J. Trump.
Now, a new report on Facebook’s censorship partner reveals an even darker truth.
According to a crowdsourced examination from 4chan.org, owner David Mikkelson is a card-carrying Atheist who has been using the site to promote his own anti-Christian agenda. Furthermore, research has shown that certain staff members are preventing leaks about extraterrestrials from going viral on Facebook.
It’s no coincidence that one of the biggest news stories skyrocketing across the alternative media this year has been the proven existence of human-alien hybrids. Some suspect they are evidence of ancient alien interaction with our species, while others believe it is part of a recruitment scheme plotted by Super Homosexuals at the highest levels of the Illuminati.
This means that Snopes’ anti-Trump agenda is just the tip of the iceberg.
A pattern-analytical reading of the web page encoding on Snopes’ “50 Hottest Urban Legends” list shows the curious repetition of the terms “div-class” and “form-wrapper.” These highly unusual phrases are known code words among the interspecies sex subculture meaning “basement bondage” and “extraterrestrial orifice penetration.”
All of this immediately makes sense when we review the hidden Atheist symbology of Snopes.com’s luxurious headquarters.
Located in a nondescript office park in Calabasas, California, Snopes’ building “666” has minimalistic tan ferrock cladding symbolic of the soulless nihilism of Militant Atheism itself. Vertical bands of gray are meant to mimic church steeples in a mocking, and slightly Satanic way. Five heavy columns at the portico represent the five pillars of this subversive ideology: Marx, Darwin, Dawkins, Nye and Gervais.
Most suspicious of all, the building has a heavy framing system that seems out of place for a two-story structure that claims to have no basement.
Further investigation of intercepted Tweets from the official account of Snopes.com proves that these headquarters do indeed sit on a complex series of subterranean chambers where ritualistic orgies take place between members of Mikkelson’s inner circle and extraterrestrial sex slaves who are traded among the global Rothschildian elite like a dose of herpes making the rounds in the parking lot of the Bonnaroo Festival.
The shocking truth about Snopes.com is already causing hysteria on UFO message boards where many sympathize with the plight of ancient aliens. They see this yet another example of the pathology of the Clinton Crime Family and want to mount an effort to rescue the abused.
Political analysts caution patience, however, and state that Donald J. Trump is likely aware of the criminal #Snopesgate allegations. They suspect the President is playing a game of 4-D chess with David Mikkelson in order to out the very Resistance fighters who have been secretly embedded in his White House by extraterrestrial slave trader James Comey.
As of press time, no one from Snopes.com nor its secret basement chamber abduction squad responded to this report.