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Ih8leftists 34 points ago +34 / -0

Out of the loop, what's going on here?

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GoGoGadgetGringo 52 points ago +54 / -2

Basically the title says it all from my brief research but certain Wayfair SKUs in a google image search result in all types of pictures of young children and there are certain items that are priced for 10s of thousands. People are stating it’s Pedo related and Wayfair is child trafficking.

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BasedMedicalDoctor 48 points ago +54 / -6

Anyone can sell anything on wayfair. The sellers are using wayfair and would love nothing more than for people to keep their eye and blame on wayfair and not look for them.

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Gobberwarts 36 points ago +43 / -7

You're the first one I've seen mention this.

As long as people's detailed explanations include Wayfair as a guilty party, you know they haven't done any serious research and the rest of the story is likely to also be bullshit.

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VoterIDMatters 39 points ago +40 / -1

There have been a hundred or more posts on this. If you haven’t seen it you’re not paying attention or you’re pretending. Immediately after, Wayfair deleted all the postings and a bunch of news media “debunked” it. Shortly thereafter it was discovered that Soros owns like 7 billion of Wayfair stock.

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Gobberwarts -9 points ago +6 / -15

Anyone can sell anything on wayfair

Just like Amazon and Walmart. The "racist" t-shirts.. the $500 bottles of hand sanitizer.. I'd even be willing to bet someone posted the cabinets for sale, took a screenshot, posted it on the innerweb, and then removed the sale.

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breathe_rhcp 24 points ago +24 / -0

The brand selling the items was literally a Wayfair brand. Wayfair owns the WFX Utility trademark.

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cook_does 18 points ago +19 / -1

It’s not just wayfair, it’s eBay with beanie babies priced from 5000-12000 as well. GMax tipped someone off

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Quarantined 12 points ago +12 / -0

I heard that the sellers in question are owned by Wayfair itself.

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DonaldTrump45 6 points ago +7 / -1

anyone can sell anything on wayfair

No, that is against the law. It is wayfairs platform and their responsibility to enforce their site rules and federal laws.

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VoterIDMatters 32 points ago +32 / -0

They are named after missing children

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GoGoGadgetGringo 11 points ago +11 / -0

Forgot that part.

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0bama -15 points ago +4 / -19

This is the part that makes me think its a prank. If you are a trafficer, why would you use the actual names? Makes no sense to me.

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VoterIDMatters 30 points ago +30 / -0

Because nobody is looking

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BestTimeToBAlive 9 points ago +9 / -0

There’s video out there of someone recording his laptop, on the Wayfair site to prove that it’s tied in w names...

The pillow is shown at $46.99 and if you type in the drop down bar under style “any name” it immediately changes to higher than $10K.

Either a hacker doing a nice prank, or some sickos trafficking or money laundering at best

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tigerz 6 points ago +7 / -1

Because as a customer you have to know what you’re buying. (ie you search up the name you figure out if you’re getting a girl, boy and what race)

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BestTimeToBAlive 3 points ago +3 / -0

Just like the onion sites. Hard to find if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for from the start

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flashersenpai -16 points ago +1 / -17

PROVE it is named AFTER someone rather than having the same name.

Produce a person's name that ISN'T the same as a recently missing person.

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VoterIDMatters 5 points ago +7 / -2

That’s a non-proof

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flashersenpai 0 points ago +1 / -1

You have to prove the intent for it to be named after the specific person missing rather than the name just being the same.

Otherwise it's coming to a conclusion without any evidence.

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VoterIDMatters 2 points ago +2 / -0

No one said anything about a proof, dipshit.

Evidence is not proof

But if you can compile enough evidence you can prove a case

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TRUMP420KUSH 20 points ago +21 / -1

Tom Hanks tweeted a picture with the “code” you need to put in front of the UPC to get them to work as well.

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Bucktooth34 13 points ago +13 / -0

Here is the video that explains this https://youtu.be/SvAUa1FcvDk

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The_Litehaus_Abides 5 points ago +5 / -0

Part 1 is linked in the pinned comment on YouTube. It's a re-upload because apparently YouTube deleted Mouthy Buddha's original.

Exactly why I saved it offline the first time I saw it, btw.

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MrWinMan 5 points ago +5 / -0

Holy fuck I was not ready for all that. Literally felt sick towards the end

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IKEEPMUHFREEDOMTHX 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah thank you but no thank you.

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RagnarD 13 points ago +13 / -0

What GoGoGadgetGringo failed to mention is that the high-priced ($10K for a file cabinet) items had the same product names as children who have recently gone missing.

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cowboyghostcat 10 points ago +10 / -0

Search wayfair in community search and you'll get gist of it in 2 mins...

Basically wayfair has several products (steel storage cabinets and throw pillows from what I've seen so far) that are priced from 10K - 15K all from the same mfr. The names of the products match the names of missing kids. Names like Yaritza, and other random ass names not john and sara. Also sku searches apparently bring up pictures of missing children also (haven't verified).

Bonus fact: There is Clinton foundation connection

These people are sick!

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Quarantined 6 points ago +6 / -0

Overpriced identical items (by 1000s of dollars so no one would buy it) named after children who went missing, they also have things named "Ghislain" "Epstein" "Clinton" etc. The sku# also supposedly return dicey shit. They have book in the item photo background that relate to trafficking and other sick shit. Probably more.

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Sum_devil 23 points ago +23 / -0

stainless still , industrial grade storage closets for 12,000? Get the fuck out of here.

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Gobberwarts 3 points ago +8 / -5

You've obviously never priced a professional grade Snap-On tool box.

Act Now! Buy a child on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/133457893536

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Wal_Mart_Security 9 points ago +9 / -0

That toolbox has a lot more going on than a steel storage cabinet lol

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Gobberwarts -9 points ago +2 / -11

Maybe. No one can find a page with a description of the cabinet. Is it fireproof? etc..

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Wal_Mart_Security 9 points ago +9 / -0

Seriously? A two door storage cabinet will have shelves inside and that’s likely it. Maybe a nice lock too.

That snap on tool box has 30+ drawers with ball bearing rollers, a few cabinets for large tool storage, a peg board, work bench, it’s on wheels so you can move it around, and it’s got a mini fridge. It might even have speakers and a radio as well.

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Gobberwarts -8 points ago +2 / -10

Maybe. No one can find a page with a description of the cabinet. Is it fireproof? etc..

That snap-on is also used.

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brimshae 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yeah, and a roll cabinet by itself is $13,000 new:https://shop.snapon.com/product/supplemental/38K-RC-YELLOW-BLK-TRM-BLT/KRL1023DPDO7

A similar model with pics is $11: https://shop.snapon.com/product/KRL1022-Series-Roll-Cabs/54%22-13-Drawer-Double-Bank-Masters-Series-Bed-Liner-PowerTop%E2%84%A2-Roll-Cab-(Ultra-Yellow)/KRL1022DPES8

The hutch is $4,300: https://shop.snapon.com/product/supplemental/WORKCENTER-72-FBLK-BRT/KRL7972APRA

Now add the right side cabinet for $2,500: https://shop.snapon.com/product/KRL1221-Series-Top-Cabinet/19-3-4%22-Five-Drawer-Masters-Series-Top-Cab-(Ultra-Yellow)/KRL1221PES

$2,700 for the overhead cabinet: https://shop.snapon.com/product/KRL7245-Series-Bulk-Overhead-Cabinets-(72%22)/72%22-Masters-Series-Bulk-Overhead-Cabinet%2C-Green-Mica/KRL7245APAW

$3,300 for one end cabinet: https://shop.snapon.com/product/KRL1011A-Series-End-Cab/19%22-Eight-Drawer-Single-Bank-Masters-Series-End-Cab-(Ultra-Yellow)/KRL1011APES

$4000 for the other side: https://shop.snapon.com/product/KRL1012B-Series-Locker/24%22-Four-Drawer-Masters-Series-Locker-(Ultra-Yellow)/KRL1012BPES

You're looking at $13,000+$4,300+$2,500+$2,700+3,300+$4,000 = $29,800 new. Selling that set for $12k used is not out of the question, especially if someone's retiring.

That tool set I can understand, as that's high-end shit for people that make a living with their hands and skills, someone who can take $30k in tools and make six figures.

The cheap-o cabinets named after missing kids? Not so much.

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bigdickhangsright 5 points ago +5 / -0

It comes with a short guy wearing a hat -- that's why it's 9 grand.

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FreshCovfefe3 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can confirm. My husband paid $15k for his 15 years ago. Snap On does make a quality box, though.

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Harambesbegottenson 3 points ago +4 / -1

I will start by saying that as someone who knows a lot about storage cabinets, the ones pictured on wayfair are nowhere near that price, but I sell all sorts of shelving and storage cabinets and you would be surprised how much professional grade equipment like that can cost.

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salvecitizen 12 points ago +13 / -1 (edited)

Nobody claims it's a coincidence or honest mistake. The tweet argues against a straw man. A more thoughtful question: Is it real malfeasance by someone, or a hoax?

Names of missing children are publicly known. Soros stake in the company is publicly known. So is that fact that many people would leap to a story like this.

It could be a Spirit-cooking play by conservative propagandists, or a bank shot to discredit conservative researchers. If it's any kind of hoax, it's cruel to the families of the named kids.

Spez: Or a stock play. I didn't know they were public. W stock is way up, more than double its pre-Covid level. Maybe somebody has a big bet on a quick drop.

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Awesome 7 points ago +7 / -0

I really hope it is just a hoax honestly, because the alternative is not good.

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27Sandino 10 points ago +11 / -1

The sku number stuff is nonsense, the pictures of kids has everything to do with adding ussrc to the query.

I tried with random numbers and letters and random non Wayfair SKU # and pictures of kids still appeared a lot of the time.

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GulagDweller 8 points ago +8 / -0

Wayfair, they got just what a pedo needs?

That puts a new take on the Wayfair commercials. Soros is always involved in everything illicit and vile.

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Meme_Too 3 points ago +3 / -0

This story stinks to high heaven. It's Pizzagate 2.

  1. Why would they name the cabinets the same name as missing children? It's not like they couldn't change the kid's name and then use that name for the cabinet.

  2. Wayfair is a huge company. Soros owns $3 Billion of its stock. Why would serious businesses and investors risk their reputations and investments by so being so careless and cavalier as to associate their products with missing children?

  3. Is the man in the picture with Ghislaine really the CEO of Wayfair? He looks too young to run a company that size.

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fablong 2 points ago +17 / -15

Searching for the SKU #s don't bring up images of children. FAKE NEWS.

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Awesome 13 points ago +13 / -0 (edited)

Here's what I gathered so far.

I searched the SKUs on Yandex as that was supposed to be the site. Nothing.

Then it was said that you had to start search with a certain string, which searched mostly a certain site that has weird kids pics on it. Just searching that prefix string alone will also bring up weird kids pics on Yandex.

So it is unclear if you have to enter the SKU directly on that weird source site. I didn't want to dig further beyond that.

Here's another post with links further tying Wayfair to the cabal as well. I haven't vetted info so judge for yourself.

https://thedonald.win/p/GIc4FKcb/evidence-that-ghislaine-maxwell-/

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fablong -16 points ago +4 / -20

So In other words, if you go to a site that hosts kiddie porn and enter a random string of numbers, you get more kiddie porn?

What does this have to do with Wayfair exactly?

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Awesome 5 points ago +6 / -1

I haven't dug deep enough, but it could be that those SKUs link to exact images. Wayfair is a platform for many sellers, like Amazon, so someone could be using it as a neutral location for their catalog without being traced by hosting it themselves.

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fablong -7 points ago +3 / -10

But you can't just make an anonymous vendor account on any of these platforms. You need a business address, contact phone number, tax ID number, verified bank account, etc.

On the other hand, you can host a website almost completely anonymously from a server in your basement. So the idea of using Wayfair or Amazon makes absolutely no sense.

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Awesome 4 points ago +5 / -1

That is correct, unless Wayfair is entangled at a deeper level, as is suggested by that other link I just added above. Something about hiding something in plain sight.

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fablong -12 points ago +4 / -16

Ah, so now you're changing the story... now the entire company is involved in this nefarious scheme. My God! How deep into the world of discount furniture does this conspiracy go?!

I'll never look at my ottoman the same way again.

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Awesome 4 points ago +7 / -3

Ok now you are being a shill or just an asshole. I am posting information to share as I find them, this is all breaking news.

Calling everything a conspiracy theory is exactly what suppressed a lot of crime until they are revealed many years later. I am not saying all wild things are true, but each case should be looked at carefully and separately with an open mind, because this is our world at stake.

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VoterIDMatters 1 point ago +9 / -8

Yeah, they do. You search for them on specific sites, not just anywhere.

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MsQleo 2 points ago +6 / -4

Link?

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VoterIDMatters -3 points ago +8 / -11

I’m not going to link that kind of shit, shill. Google it yourself

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MsQleo -1 points ago +2 / -3

Shill? You’re funny

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fablong -8 points ago +6 / -14

Proof?

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VoterIDMatters -5 points ago +9 / -14

Do your own research, faggot. There have been a hundred posts and I’m not going to try to help prove to you that there are well-known sites that you type in the sku and find sexually suggestive pics of children. It was all over Twitter and this site yesterday. Don’t deny it just because you don’t know.

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fablong -6 points ago +8 / -14

So .... no proof then? You can't post a single example? Gotcha. Real convincing.

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bigdickhangsright 7 points ago +9 / -2

Can you blame him though. If he's right why the hell would he share what amounts to cp with you?

I get that you want confirmation but that's not something we can go around posting.

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fablong -6 points ago +4 / -10

Yes, if someone makes a claim about something, but refuses to back it up with any evidence, why would I believe him?

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Joeret 5 points ago +6 / -1

This isn’t proving if Biden actually said Corn Pop was a bad dude. This is CP and pretty much no one wants that showing up in their search history. If you feel strongly in figuring it out then do your own research.

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VoterIDMatters -5 points ago +3 / -8

I’m not interested in convincing demons of anything. You will burn in hell for what you’ve done if you do not repent.

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fablong -3 points ago +7 / -10

Do you believe everything people tell you without evidence? Or do you have some special vendetta against furniture companies?

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Wrexxis780 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think it’s supposed to be more of a distraction from Maxwell. Funny how this comes up within a week of her being arrested.

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flashersenpai -8 points ago +3 / -11

If you're the person that believe Wayfair is child trafficking, then you're the type of person who believes Kavanaugh is a rapist.