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Chelsea Clinton Tweets About 'Pizzagate'

Daughter Of Hillary Clinton reignites conspiracy theories on Twitter

 on 8th June 2018 @ 2.46pm
 twitter users quickly responded to the tweet © press
Twitter users quickly responded to the tweet

Daughter of the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has seemingly tweeted about ‘Pizzagate‘ - the conspiracy theory born out of the Wikileaks emails allegedly accusing politicians running pedophile rings - sparking renewed conspiracy theories on Twitter on Thursday.

In a strange rant, Chelsea Clinton Tweeted “of course there’s a #Pizzagate 2.0. Of course, there is,” in a sarcastic reference to the recent child trafficking bust in Arizona.

This is not the first time Clinton has posted strange tweets.

Back in January this year, she tweeted wishing the Church Of Satan a Happy New Year.

CORRECTION: An previous version of this article suggested that Clinton said "Pizzagate is real," when the actual quote was: "of course there’s a #Pizzagate 2.0." It also inaccurately stated that the National Human Trafficking Hotline is run by Hillary Clinton and that Chelsea previously stated that she supports sharia law. The article has been updated to reflect this correction.

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