(Washington, D.C., United States of America)
(American Model & Television Personality)
Christine Diane Teigen (born November 30, 1985) is an American model, television personality, author, and entrepreneur. She made her professional modeling debut in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010 and later appeared on the 50th anniversary cover alongside Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge in 2014. She formerly appeared as a panelist on the syndicated daytime talk show FABLife (2015–2016). She co-hosts the musical competition series Lip Sync Battle (2015–present) with LL Cool J and serves as a judge on the comedy competition series Bring the Funny (2019–present). Teigen has also authored two cookbooks.
Liz M. Crokin (born February 8, 1977) is an American journalist and conspiracy theorist.
Crokin became a self-declared follower of QAnon, a conspiracy theory alleging liberals and elites are running secret sex-trafficking rings of children. QAnon is derived from a belief the 4chan imageboard has been used by members of the Trump administration to disseminate top secret information about the presidency. The QAnon source making “intel drops” on 4chan and 8chan, she believed, was Trump himself or Stephen Miller. Crokin is a believer in The Storm, derived from a comment Trump made on October 6, 2017, which theorized the Mueller Inquiry was a cover for a pedophile investigation.
According to Right Wing Watch, she predicted in March 2018 that the conspiracy theories suggesting “thousands of high-level political, business and entertainment figures are involved in cannibalistic satanic pedophilia” will be proven as true before President Trump leaves office.
She claimed on Twitter at the end of December 2017 that photographs posted on Snapchat by Chrissy Teigen, which showed the model with her one-year-old daughter, contained concealed messages suggesting Teigen was connected to Pizzagate, the discredited conspiracy theory. After Twitter removed her verification, Crokin went on to contend that Teigen might be under the CIA’s Project MKUltra (Project Monarch) mind control program (long since scrapped). Other people possibly under MKUltra, according to Crokin, include Harvey Weinstein and Jeff Bezos. Crokin continues to believe Pizzagate is true, as of 2020. She featured in ‘Out of Shadows’, a documentary uploaded to YouTube in April 2020. For her, Jeffrey Epstein and the NXIVM scandal demonstrated the continuing validity of Pizzagate.
Pizzagate Global spread
In 2020, Pizzagate became a pillar of the far-right QAnon conspiracy theory and less U.S.-centric in nature, with videos and posts on the topic in Italy, Brazil, Turkey and other countries worldwide each gaining millions of views.
It focuses on an alleged global elite of child sex-traffickers, ranging from politicians to powerful businesspeople and celebrities such as Bill Gates, Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey and Chrissy Teigen. Justin Bieber’s 2020 song “Yummy” was alleged to be about the conspiracy theory, and rekindled support for the theory during the year.
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