According to an Indian media outlet, a few years ago, a strange deep-fake film portraying former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her advisor/Senior Aide Huma Abedin emerged on “the dark web,” a portion of the internet that is overlooked by search engines.
The alarming assertion made in the “snuff video” was that Clinton and Abedin tortured a young child. Some of these recordings, which are part of a conspiracy theory dubbed “Frazzledrip,” keep popping up throughout the years without any context or explanation. Some writing that has been manually posted is helping it acquire popularity once again.
The CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, testified before the House Committee on Judiciary in 2018 because of the prevalence of conspiracy videos on YouTube that encourage extreme viewpoints.
The Network Contagion Research Institute, and Data and Society, two organizations that study the transmission of hate speech, were cited by the news organizations to state that these individuals distribute various problematic videos and “conspiracy theories,” stating that a considerable number of prominent politicians and celebrities assaulted children.
Several media sources reported that dozens of videos asserting and discussing allegations remain online, even though these videos had been deleted.
But the Clinton-Abedin insanity does not stop there.
Reports show that in May 2017, after being caught ‘sexting’ with a fifteen-year-old North Carolina girl, former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D), Huma Abedin’s husband, pled guilty to distributing obscene material to a child.
While married to Hillary Clinton’s senior assistant, Huma Abedin, Anthony Weiner, AKA “Carlos Danger,” exchanged thousands of sexually graphic text messages and images with an underaged high school girl and hundreds of women.
FBI Director James Comey reopened the investigation into the controversy of Hillary Clinton’s emails and Anthony Weiner’s scandal two weeks ahead of the 2016 election when technicians discovered 340,000 emails between Clinton and her senior assistant, Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin, on a laptop shared by both Weiner and Abedin.
Anthony Weiner was sent to a re-entry home after his release from jail in February 2019.