• A strange conspiracy began in 2017 that claims James Comey has sex with young boys while dressed as Howdy Doody
  • The conspiracy is one of many offshoots of the Pizzagate conspiracy that began after John Podesta’s emails were hacked
  • As of now, no evidence has been provided that shows the allegations against Comey to be true

For years there has been an online conspiracy that claims an international pedophile group exists made up of the world’s most elite and prominent figures. Subtle details of the Pizzagate conspiracy change depending on who you talk to. From child sex parties to satanic elites drinking the blood of children, Pizzagate can get pretty strange pretty fast. Along with the Pizzagate conspiracy comes bizarre offshoots, such as the claim James Comey enjoys dressing up as Howdy Doody and had sex with young boys.

What Is Pizzagate

The claims against Comey are one of the many offshoots of the Pizzagate conspiracy. Pizzagate started after Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign manager John Podesta’s emails were hacked and leaked through Wikileaks in 2016. The leak included emails between Podesta and James Alefantis, the owner of Comet Ping Pong pizzeria located in Washington DC. The messages discussed Alefantis hosting a possible fundraiser for Clinton.

The emails quickly blossomed into a full-blown conspiracy on 4Chan that speculated a pedophile ring with direct connection between Comet Ping Pong and leaders of the Democratic party. Pizzagate then moved from 4Chan to an alt-right fringe section of Reddit where a long document of “evidence” pushed the conspiracy even further. By mid-November a pro-government media outlet in Turkey was tweeting about the conspiracy with the hashtag #pizzagate. Pro-government media in Turkey used the conspiracyas a diversion from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who was in the middle of an actual child abuse scandal linked to the Turkish government at the time. Erdogan’s supporters used Pizzagate to try and divert attention from the child abuse scandal by asking why people were not outraged by this instead.

The Pizzagate conspiracy continued to the point that 28-year-old Edgar Maddison Welch, of Salisbury, North Carolina, walked into Comet Ping Pong armed with an assault rifle. Welch had gone to the restaurant to “self-investigate” after reading into the Pizzagate claims that the restaurant was hosting child trafficking parties in secret rooms. Nobody was injured during Welch’s “investigation,” but he did fire his rifle inside the restaurant. Employees and customers fled from the restaurant, and Welch surrendered to police about 45 minutes later after he gave up on trying to find what he was looking for.

Conspiracies such as Pizzagate have recently gained some steam again after billionaire Jeffrey Epstein actually was taking part in what appears to be an international pedophile ring. Epstein’s case and, social connections, and questionable death has caused a given many the validation needed to once again push the Pizzagate conspiracy and their offshoots. Which leads to the claim that Comey has sex with young boys while dressed as Howdy Doody.

James Comey And His Howdy Doody Fetish

The conspiracy is currently making rounds on the Internet, but it is not new. The claim appears to have first started circulating online in 2017 and spawned the hashtag #HowdyDoodyComey. Following the hashtag leads to YouTube videos that are no longer available and blog posts that provide accusations with no supporting evidence. On a website called Four Winds 10, an alleged “Secret Unpaid and Unappreciated FBI Investigator” named Nina Sidorova posted a letter about her “investigation” into the “World’s largest Satanic Pedophile Syndicate and Israeli Mossad agents who murdered a few people in Mountain View, California.”

Sidorova goes on to claim Comey made trips to Epstein’s island and that “He loves little boys” and “likes to dress up as Howdy Doody” while having sex with 12-year-old boys. The letter goes on to claim that Comey “had sex with Prince Andrew, who was dressed up as Howdy Doody!” Sidorova claims Bill Clinton watched Comey have sex with boys and Prince Andrew. The post links to a video on YouTube that makes the same allegations but goes on to say there is video of Comey having sex with Prince Andrew and Hillary has seen it. The video then claims Comey’s Howdy Doody fetish played a key role in his termination. Despite there being alleged videos of these acts, the video from YouTube channel Pastor Jerone Tv produces no evidence and claims to have received all related information from anonymous sources.

Howdy Doody Comey

Two articles on steemit published in 2017 act as Sidorova’s other examples of “proof” of Comey’s Howdy Doody fetish. In one article titled “HOWDY DO, COMEY,an author by the name of “savetip” claims Comey had “active involvement” with the cover-up of Pizzagate. The author claims Comey’s role in Pizzagate is why he was abruptly fired. So where is this author receiving his information? From a podcast called “Truth Unsealed,” who also did not provide any evidence behind their claims. The article claims the podcast also spoke of Comey’s Howdy Doody fetish at Epstein island. In this version of the conspiracy, Comey made the children dress up as Howdy Doody instead of him dressing up. “The podcast was well-executed and projected credibility despite of the bizarre activities and unnamed sources,” the article reads.

The article then trails off to talk about the Order of Chaerona, a secret homosexual society founded by George Cecil Ives in 1897. The order has been deemed by some as the first gay-rights group formed in Britain which played a role in the modern gay political organizing in the twentieth century. The international order was thought to have been extinct until the late 90s saw a semi-successful revival of the Order of Chaerone. Moorish Orthodox Church’s Bishop of New Jersey, Rt Rev. Sotemohk A. Beeyayelel was appointed as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the Sovereign Military Order of Chaerona which has affiliates in New Jersey, Kentucky, Missouri, the United Kingdom, France, the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, and South Africa.

Despite not being able to spell the order’s name correctly, the author makes an unclear connection to the Order of Chaerona and the masonic rituals of alleged elite pedophile groups. The article goes on to claim the FBI posted some “signs & symbols” used by the “pedophilia networks.” It then goes on to make allegations that these pedophile groups use Giphy because there are images of pizza and hot dogs. Overall, the article seems to do the same as others pushing the Howdy Doody Comey conspiracy, which is repeating claims without any evidence.

Howdy Doody Time Part II

In another article on steemit titled “Howdy Doody Time Part II, author richq11 also claims Comey actively covered up the investigation into Pizzagate. He references a video by E.T. Williams who also claimed Comey’s bizarre Howdy Doody fetish without any supporting evidence. The article embedded a video that is no longer available from David Zublick. The article claims that Zublick’s “sources” say Comey was fired for not investigating Pizzagate or the Clinton emails. It goes on to say that Zublick’s video “implies” that President Donald Trump may have a video of Comey’s behavior on Epstein’s island. The claim feeds into the QAnon conspiracy theorists who believe Trump is on a mission from God to rid the world of these international pedophile rings, among other claims.

As of now, there is no evidence that has been presented that confirms these incredibly serious and bizarre allegations against Comey.

1 COMMENT

  1. This article strikes me as a slightly lazy effort to discredit a large, ongoing, persistently ignored theory of wrongdoing that deserves much more rigorous treatment when written about- regardless of the direction such an investigation leads. Any writer who has taken the time to cite all these ostensibly debunked and no longer valid sources has also had ample time to reflect on the why’s and wherefore’s of the existence of such a wild claim in the first place. Perhaps we could have been shared some figures on how many people go missing in the US every year. Or, the author might have acknowledged that there is sadly ample precedent (Boy’s Town, Former Former Speaker of The House Dennis Hastert, The Catholic Church in Boston, NY, many other parts of the country, NXIVM Cult, etc) to suggest there is a bit of a widespread problem with abuse of this sort in our country, how these might correlate to such a modern phenomenon as a unifying theory promulgated on the internet in a viral fashion. Finally, and perhaps unrelated but interesting- the author’s Bio touts their “Boots on the ground” experience in Ferguson, etc. I find this turn of phrase interesting and somewhat ominous in that it smacks of paramilitarism. All that said- interesting article.

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