THERE IS a spiritual sickness that runs through a certain segment of the upper class. Every now and then a story manages to break through, reporting dark deeds by wealthy and powerful people against young and helpless victims. This privileged class was referred to by the late investigative journalist David McGowan as The Pedophocracy.
We’re talking about organized pedophile rings where children are bought, sold, and traded like baseball cards. One of the hottest topics on social media in recent weeks involves evidence of an alleged pedophile ring based in Washington, D.C., around a popular pizza restaurant. The question is whether the evidence of Pizzagate rises to the level of plausibility.