I did my own research, thanks. And yes, it is responsible as someone seeking to determine the truth to refute 50 or 100 accusations when they are all vacuous, lies, and exaggerations. It is irresponsible to suggest people who are presumed innocent are guilty of heinous crimes based on the flimsy “evidence” presented by pizzagate sleuths and propagandists. I have seen similar cases built by people convinced they are correct and cherry-picking innocuous material to fit their preconceptions. This is nothing new. It is only new in the virulence it can acquire by armchair detectives who lack a basic grasp of logic and discernment.