Skip to comments.About the Wayfair Child Trafficking Conspiracy...
Posted on 07/10/2020 5:45:29 PM PDT by BenLurkin
Yesterday, redditor PrincessPeach1987 posted a screenshot of four creepy, poorly-photographed cabinets by asking:
Is it possible Wayfair involved in Human trafficking with their WFX Utility collection? Or are these just extremely overpriced cabinets? (Note the names of the cabinets) this makes me sick to my stomach if its true :
The cabinets, named Neriah, Yaritza, Samiyah, and Alyvia, cost an average of roughly $13,000 each and come from the Wayfair-trademarked WFX Utility store, where a professionally-photographed nine-piece full kitchen cabinet set is going for $1,430. According to Redditor Forsaken-Clock, who claims to have been onto the conspiracy earlier, the cabinets disappeared from Wayfair.com shortly after they reported them to the human trafficking hotline. (They still appear in Google cache.)
The Wayfair cabinets only show up under the Wayfair-trademarked store WFX Utility. We dont know whos selling them, basically. And Wayfair did not respond to a request for comment.
Twitter users ran with the conspiracy. Various accounts, including Q the Wake Up found that names of missing children match up with cabinets as well as a $9,999 zodiac pillow (now removed from the site). Another person claimed to have screengrabbed the pillow on sale with a significantly reduced price seconds after refreshing the page. A $10,000 cactus (which was online this afternoon and now appears to be removed) is pictured next to books about the Kennedys and the Clintons!!
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Hat tip to Rummy Chick for breaking this story on another thread.
If I’m paying $10,000 for a storage cabinet, it better be made of gold and can transform into a Playboy bunny.
Might have been mistyped, added zeros.
I do understand that they over price out of stock items to just keep a place, but also provide an incentive to get that item if somebody really wants to pay such a price.
Having said that, it is odd that those items having the same names as missing children and we also know how the elites seem to be operating so openly.
Yes. Was shopping for Fred Reinfeld’s “Chess in a Nutshell” on Amazon and saw one seller had it listed for $847.
Figured that must have been $8.47, because there is no way that book it worth that much. Even in hardback, which it was. Even if First edition which it didn’t say. (Though if it was autographed by the author it might be, but it didnt say it was.
If Anons find a seller that links up to Maxwell I will flip my lid. She is everywhere...
There are other links where the merchandise has the name of where a teen disappeared so all someone has to do is google it to see the face of the abducted child.
NOT a coincidence.
They need to break wayfair wide open and find where all these teens were shipped.
If I were one of the parents, I would burn the town down. How they must suffer knowing the possible fate of their child!!!
I just watched a YouTube video on this. This is disgusting. How can they think theyd get away with it?
Never got an answer.
Talked with a contact and they said that my book was worth about fifteen bucks.
Never thought it might be child selling.
Dummy is an amazing PI.
Rummy. Damned auto!!!
Got a link?
These are the Wayfair attachments:
Alice Down The Rabbit Hole
Found on twitter. First video by Tommy G. on Twitter.
Do you have the other thread link?
Still don’t know what all the pictures are about. If it’s the same conspiracy theory or something completely different.
There are about a hundred videos up already. Just search wayfair trafficking in YouTube and a bunch will come up.
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