BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Numerous Anomalies Identified in David DePape Connected Websites Indicate He Did Not Create the Articles in These Websites Nor Did He Work Alone

The number of anomalies related to the websites reportedly connected to David DePape increases. 

There are many unanswered questions related to the man found in the Pelosi home with Paul Pelosi early Friday morning.  This list keeps growing.  One area of concern is related to the websites allegedly tied to DePape, a man who lived in a bus parked in Berkley for the past couple of years.

FOX News reported on the websites reportedly connected to DePape on Friday.

Facebook disabled DePape’s profile early Friday and declined to answer questions. At least two online blogs under DePape’s name are stocked with posts from the years of 2007 and 2022 speaking of “censorship,” “Big Brother,” and pedophiles. One contained calls for violence and antisemitic content. It was not immediately clear that he was responsible for the posts, and San Francisco police did not immediately respond to questions about DePape’s online presence.

We reported on Saturday that the websites cited by the mainstream media that were supposedly aligned with DePape were scraped on Friday, and they were no longer active Saturday per a review of these sites on the Wayback machine.

The site was shut down on Saturday as reported on the Wayback Machine.  The other site, is no longer active as well.  It too was shut down on Saturday.  The only activity reported on the Wayback Machine on this site was on Friday and Saturday as well.

But this is not all about these websites.   There is more.

Per a review of the domain, was created in 2000 and was updated on January 30, 2022.

The website is registered via MarkMonitor.

Per a review of the web archive for, there are multiple articles or posts that were added to the site back in June 24, 2007.  Then there was no activity on the site until August 24, 2022.

Per a review of the sitemap for the site, the articles posted on the site were posted between August 24, 2022, and August 27th.  Many of these articles were posted within minutes of each other.  This indicates that the articles were preproduced, written, and put together before they were ever posted.  It takes an enormous amount of time to put together articles on websites and this is not done in minutes.  It’s as if someone was trying to upload a bunch of articles on the site at one time to build a narrative. 

In addition, The SSL Certificate was recently issued on October 21, 2022.  This is the S in HTTPS: – it’s like a padlock that says your site is secure. This means that the site was an HTTP site before October 21, 2022. Someone had to go in and physically install a valid SSL certificate. They would have had to purchase it and then go log into the hosting site (wordpress) and install/activate their SSL certificate.  This may be why an individual would have had to sign in to the site between that date and when it was deactivated.

Per a review of the domain was created and updated on September 8, 2022.

The site is registered to David DePape out of Richmond, Alabama.

Per a review of the web archive for, the date of the posts is not provided.

The sitemap for says we’re unable to locate.  

Other Sites Connected to David DePape

The website we reported on was created in 2007 under David DePape’s name.  It is still available and has a home page but the other website pages have not been updated.  It looks like a driveway service. It’s unknown if this is associated with the same David DePape from California.

The site shows it was created in 2017 out of Scottsdale, Arizona but it is not active and was last seen in 2017.  It’s unknown if this is associated with the same David Depape from California.

Images in the Sites

The images on the Frenzyfrenz site are creepy and we were unable to locate them elsewhere on the Internet.  This indicates that they were created by the individual or group who updated the website.

The language in the websites has errors which indicates that the individual creating the article has poor English and it may be the writers’ second language.

In Summary:

  1. There is no information to date that David DePape had any interest or any affiliation with QAnon-related content.
  2. From the textual analysis, it is clear that David DePape didn’t write the content of the content.
  3. There is no information to date that David Depape actively maintained and published online in recent years.
  4. Other than these websites, there is no information to date that David DePape was a conservative. All of the evidence from his writing, network, neighbor testimony and political affiliations shows a militant progressive association.
  5. There is no information that David DePape logged into any of these sites over the past two years.
  6. The websites connected to David DePape were recently resurrected or created and the articles posted were within uploaded minutes and even seconds of each other at times, which indicates the articles were prepared before being loaded on these websites.
  7. Many of the pictures in the articles are custom-made and are subversive in nature. They cannot be located elsewhere on the Internet indicating that they were created by the individual(s) who created these articles. This indicates that a lot of work was put into these articles.
  8. The language used in the websites has many errors which indicates the creators of the articles have problems with English or English may not be their first language.
  9. Based on David DePape’s profile to date, it is hard to believe that he was behind the creation of the articles posted to the websites associated with David DePape.  He likely did not create the articles in these websites and if he did, he was given the content by someone else.  

Who really was behind the websites connected with David DePape?

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