Over the weekend a man took a rifle into a Washington Pizza restaurant in search of the Clinton sex trafficking operations which he thought were taking place on the premise, because, you know, he read about it on the internet. Unfortunately, this is just one of many popular right wing fake news stories. Pizzagate as this particular fake news story is referred to is popular even with Trump's national security adviser. Now that should be of concern. Trump's national security adviser is getting his news from fake news sites. That's deeply disturbing. "Lt. Gen. Flynn himself tweeted a link to a story that helped fuel and generate the theories about the Clintons, which again contained no credible evidence, days before the election. According to Buzzfeed, that discredited story was part of what spurred the invention of the pizza restaurant theory. http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/05/politics/mike-flynn-jr-son-pizza-gate-conspiracy-theory-donald-trump/ How far does this go and what can be done about it? This is a very real and present danger, not only to the US but to the world at large. When the guys who advise the POTUS get their information from fake news sources, that should deeply disturb everyone.