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Snopes Says “False” and Wayfair Denies Allegations of Illegal Child Trafficking


Ok folks, this rabbit hole goes deep!

Buckle up.

I'll just say right up front as I mentioned in the headline that Snopes has already labeled it as "Fake" and the company has denied all allegations…..but what ARE the allegations?

Let's discuss.

By the way, I find it very interesting that Snopes has already labeled this as "False".  

What kind of researchers do they have over there?  


With super knowledge?

How can they investigate so quickly and come to such a decisive conclusion?

Of course the speculation is they can't.  

And so instead of labeling it as "unknown" or "inconclusive" or something along those lines, they have labeled it False with a big red "X" and here's their rationale:

The claim that Wayfair is trafficking children is based almost entirely on one person’s confusion over an expensive cabinet. This conspiracy theory, like so many conspiracy theories, started with a wild and unfounded assumption that would be sickening if it were actually true. As of this writing, absolutely no credible evidence has been offered to back up this accusation.

Almost feels to me like they should not be the final arbiters of truth, huh?

But what do I know. 

Ok, so what exactly IS the allegation?

This guy does a fantastic job of breaking it down, please check this out to learn the full scoop:



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