Hartbart (AKA Willis V. Hart) is a blogger obsessed with the debunked PizzaGate conspiracy theory. The following "alternative fact" comes (I presume) from one of the internet messageboards (4Chan?) where fellow alternative-fact-loving conspiracy theory nuts spin their bullshit.
|Willis Hart: On the Fact that this Was One of the Images on Display at Comet Ping Pong [see pic below]. Oh yeah, that's "family friendly" for sure (with the red public hair being an extra special touch). Sick freaks. (2/1/2017 at 8:57pm).|
Wrong. The piece of artwork above is from the "Lovers and Dragons" book of paintings by Olympia WA artist Arrington de Dionyso (also an album). It is not now, nor was it ever on display at Comet Ping Pong. It is true that Arrington de Dionyso painted a mural that was on one of the walls of Comet Ping Pong, but it was PG (no bare breasts or pubic hair).
Here is a photo of the artist standing in front of the ACTUAL mural he painted and was displayed at Planet Ping Pong (2010).
I don't know how long this mural existed at the Washington DC pizzeria, but a 12/23/2016 article titled "Artist Targeted by #Pizzagate Conspiracy Theory Speaks", says it was "painted over nearly six years ago". So... wrong artwork. Also, it isn't there anymore.
Anyway, talking about images of nude women, Hartbart has some on his blog. For example, this photo from a 4/2/2016 post titled "On the Brilliance and Versatility of Berkshire Photographer, Denise B. Chandler" (the last nude the pervert posted to his blog, although I remember seeing others).
So nudes are "brilliant" when they don't show red pubic hair, apparently (the decapitated heads are more of a WTF for me, but Hartbart doesn't mention them). Also note that his image of boobies is a photograph, while the one NOT displayed at Comet Ping Pong (but from an art book) is a painting (and not that realistic looking).
Clearly the Hartster's blog is NOT "family friendly". What a sick freak! Not for posting nudes, but for his sick hypocrisy and sick gullibility. Oh, and for his sick objectivization of women and sick misogyny (although that's another matter).