By Jeff Childers
Happy Friday C&C! In today’s hard-to-believe roundup: Hurricane Ian persists in infesting Florida’s EAST coast; updates from the bizarre satanist/cannibal pedophile ring in Utah; another outlandish story featuring a treasonous cross-dressing Army doctor and his treacherous Johns Hopkins wife; a jab-injured Canadian actress smuggles the truth out right under the guards’ noses; another Canadian actor has a SADS death; media outdoes itself in weather reporting; and the matrix glitched, badly, on The View.
🗞 *THE C&C ARMY POST* 🗞
🪖 ERRATA: Yesterday I mistook Hurricane Michael for Hurricane Irma, unfortunately undermining my otherwise excellent point about how memorable these storms are, but at the same time, if you think about it, totally supporting my point about how memorable these storms are.
🗞*WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
🌪️ After disintegrating into a tropical storm and exiting Florida’s east coast into the Atlantic Ocean yesterday, Ian got its second wind — literally — and whirled up into a Category 1 hurricane again, giving Jacksonville and Fernandina Beach a hard time and heading for South Carolina’s coast. Meanwhile 2.6 million Floridians remain without power, and an unknown number are stranded in dire circumstances. I am researching a reliable relief operation that we can multiply, stand by.
🍗 Wednesday, police arrested hypnosis/peyote ‘therapist’ David Hamblin in the bizarre Utah case that first clued me into corporate media’s infatuation with cannibalism.
Adam Herbets @AdamHerbetsBREAKING – @UCSO just arrested a suspect in ritualistic sex abuse case. This is David Hamblin’s previous mugshot. He’s a former therapist who lost his license. He previously confessed to rape but had all charges dropped. THREAD BELOW ⬇️ September 28th 2022240 Retweets590 Likes
In case you joined late, C&C reported back in July about a woke Utah County Attorney, David Leavitt, who’d called an impromptu press conference and made a, well, startling announcement, leading to this surreal headline:
Leavitt indignantly announced he’d found out he was the target of a “political hit job” by the Utah County Sheriff. Since April 2021, the Sheriff had been quietly investigating a large, three-decades-old pedophile ring, featuring cannibalism and occult (satanic) ritualistic worship. So the Sheriff’s Office issued a public statement calling for witnesses in three Utah counties.
It gets even murkier. News surfaced that Biden’s DOJ had abruptly pulled the plug on an ongoing federal investigation into alleged child cannibal Leavitt for pedophilic sex trafficking and abuse, and it looks like the Homeland Security investigator on the case, perhaps outraged at being suddenly and unexpectedly reassigned, may have ‘accidentally’ turned some of his files over to the Utah County Sheriff. Or maybe he’d been working with the Sheriff all along. Who knows?
As if the potential for deep-state involvement in the case weren’t crazy enough, Leavitt has also described himself as close friends and business associates with former Ukrainian president Victor Yuschenko, Zelensky’s hapless predecessor. What are the odds? Leavitt and Yuschenko were cooking up a deal to buy live buffaloes from the Nations at bulk rates and sell them to Ukraine, for some reason. That scheme connected County Attorney Leavitt with Chief Killsback of the Northern Cheyenne tribe, who — just before going to prison on unrelated fraud charges — helped Leavitt adopt an 8-year-old native girl. Leavitt allegedly gave the tribe an old car to cover his adoption fee.
I’m quite sure you guys think I make all this stuff up. But I couldn’t possibly make it up. Don’t be silly. This isn’t even the first time.
Several books down on my reading list is “The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse & Betrayal,” about a similar investigation in Nebraska back in the 90’s, that proponents claim was ultimately squashed by powerful political forces. In the book’s introduction, the author says he made a short DVD to pitch the story to editors. In his words: “The DVD told the tale of a national pedophile network that pandered children to America’s power elite and also of its cover-up by state and federal law enforcement. The story was shocking and surreal, and it ran counter to everything that the editor had been taught to believe about America.”
The equally-bizarre Franklin story features a shady bank, Franklin Credit Union, a Catholic orphanage named Father Flanagan’s Boys Town, and a now-disgraced but then up-and-coming black Republican politician named Larry King, no relation to the famous pundit. The book describes a federal judge’s decision in a civil case against King, where after entering a one million dollar default judgment for the plaintiff, the judge wrote:
Between December 1980 and 1988, the complaint alleges, the defendant King continually subjected the plaintiff to repeated sexual assaults, false imprisonments, infliction of extreme emotional distress, organized and directed satanic rituals, forced the plaintiff to ‘scavenge’ for children to be a part of the defendant King’s sexual abuse and pornography ring, forced the plaintiff to engage in numerous sexual contacts with the defendant King and others and participate in deviate sexual games and masochistic orgies with other minor children. The defendant King’s default has made those allegations true as to him.
The issue now is the relief to be granted monetarily. The now uncontradicted evidence is that the plaintiff has suffered much. He has suffered burns, broken fingers, beatings of the head and face and other indignities by the wrongful actions of the defendant King. In addition to the misery of going through the experiences just related over a period of eight years, the plaintiff has suffered the lingering results to the present time.
He is a victim of multiple personality disorder, involving as many as fourteen distinct personalities aside from his primary personality. He has given up a desired military career and received threats on his life. He suffers from sleeplessness, has bad dreams, has difficulty in holding a job, is fearful that others are following him, fears getting killed, has depressing flashbacks, and is verbally violent on occasion, all in connection with the multiple personality disorder and caused by the wrongful activities of the defendant King.
Wikipedia says two of the alleged victims-turned-witnesses were ultimately convicted of perjury, after a government investigation by Nebraska’s Division of Family Services determined that there was no basis for ANY of the testimonies of scores of witnesses and tons of inexplicable and unexplained ‘coincidences,’ and concluded the entire thing was completely made up. Boys Town’s wikipedia page does not mention the Franklin Scandal, at all.
So. I hope the Utah Sheriff knows what he’s up against.
🔥 In another bizarre story I can’t make up, yesterday Fort Bragg doctor Jamie Lee Henry — the Army’s first openly transgender officer — was indicted for … wait for it … trying to give American soldiers’ private medical information to Russia. According to prosecutors, last month the couple met with an undercover FBI agent posing as a Russian diplomat, and they offered to turn over medical information from their base, Fort Bragg, home of the military’s elite Delta Force.
Greg Price @greg_price11The Army’s first openly transgender officer was just indicted for trying to sell soldiers’ medical information to the Russians. First Openly Transgender Army Officer Indicted for Trying to Give Soldiers’ Medical Info to Russia – Washington Free BeaconThe Army’s first openly transgender officer was indicted Thursday on charges of trying to provide American soldiers’ medical information to the Russian government. A federal grand jury in Baltimore indicted Jamie Lee Henry and his wife, Anna Gabrielian, on charges of conspiracy and wrongful disclosu…freebeacon.comSeptember 29th 20223,775 Retweets8,732 Likes
According to prosecutors, Henry told the undercover agent he offered to join the Russian military after it invaded Ukraine, but was rejected, due to lack of combat experience. Uh huh. In other words, the Russians, who according to corporate media are even hiring prisoners and mental patients as soldiers, didn’t want the unattractive cross-dresser. For some reason. Henry also allegedly told the agent that he thinks “the United States is using Ukrainians as a proxy for their own hatred toward Russia.”
Henry’s wife, Anna Gabrielian, a Johns Hopkins University anesthesiologist, told an undercover agent during an August 17th meeting that “she was motivated by patriotism toward Russia to provide any assistance she could to Russia, even if it meant being fired or going to jail,” according to the indictment. Gabrielian gave the undercover agent medical information about the spouse of someone working in the Office of Naval Intelligence, and “highlighted” a medical issue that “Russia could exploit.”
Ironically, Henry was a minor corporate media darling while he was transition, and became an advocate for MEDICAL PRIVACY. He didn’t like everybody knowing about HIS private medical information.
For some reason that I can’t figure out, the two have only been indicted on charges of conspiracy and wrongful disclosure of individually identifiable health information. Seems like treason should be in there somewhere. People used to say, “if you love Russia so much, why don’t you move there?” Looks like Henry and Gabrielian took that sentiment to heart. Unfortunately for them, they shouldn’t have tried to take confidential military records along, or give them to fake Russian diplomats.
This is a terrific story about the FBI doing some excellent, effective work at protecting the U.S., but for some reason it was easier to find references to the story in foreign media.
LesÉtatsdesUnis @FrenchRicainLe major Jamie Lee Henry, sourire colgate et premier officier trans US Army, et son épouse, Dr Anna Gabrielian, accusés d’espionnage au profit de la Russie Ils ont tenté de vendre les dossiers médicaux des 52000 militaires de Fort Bragg, le QG des forces spéciales et delta ☠️ September 29th 20222 Retweets4 Likes
I don’t even know what to say about the trans angle, except that, if you put people with obvious mental illnesses in important jobs, bad things can happen. Don’t cancel me.
💉 Meet beautiful Canadian actress Jennifer Gibson:
Yesterday, Ms. Gibson, 45, posted a courageous but heartbreaking selfie video to her TikTok feed.
Like Justin Bieber, the actress now has partial facial paralysis from Bell’s Palsy, which according to Gibson started two weeks after she got her shot, which she says gave her a “rough go.”
Unfortunately people have focused on the latter part of her TikTok, wherein she shockingly claims that even if she’d known, she’d still have taken the vaccine because “this is what we have to do … to see people.” The Hot Takes see Gibson as a mindless drone, so jab happy that she doesn’t care if she loses her health and career over the chance to slurp up some more spike protein.
I can understand; people are shell-shocked and they aren’t looking closely. But Gibson ISN’T a mindless drone. She’s actually very clever. Her unimaginable statement that she’d take the shot again slipped her video past the censors, who just love that pioneering, stiff-upper-lip kind of spirit. But Jennifer won anyway. She beat them, she beat the censors. Badly.
The giveaway is in her brief explanation. You have to look at what she DIDN’T say. She did NOT follow the script. The script is, “I’m grateful for my shot’s protection, because I’m convinced it would have been worse.” Instead she said she would agree to take the shot and lose her career anyway because in Canada “this is what we have to do … to see people.”
THIS. “This” is what we have to do. To escape isolation. To escape solitary confinement.
“This” wasn’t referring to the shot. “This” referred to the blackmail. “This” referred to the coercion. “This” referred to having to make the Sophie’s Choice of destroying her health and career or getting out of government-imposed prison. In other words, “this” is what she was FORCED to do. Watch it again. You’ll see it.
For any sane person with a professional career in the media industry, where an attractive appearance is critical to their success — especially for women — going public with a video like this is incredibly brave. I am 100% convinced Gibson’s TikTok was a radical sneak attack on the vaccines; a cunning way to smuggle the truth out right under the noses of the prison guards.
I admire her greatly and pray she’ll have a full recovery.
💉 But Gibson’s Bells Palsy could have been worse. Last Friday, handsome Canadian “Heartland” and “American Gods” actor Robert Cormier, 33, died suddenly and unexpectedly. His obituary does not mention a cause of death.
Heartland @HeartlandOnCBCFor those of us who knew Robert Cormier and worked with him, he was a kind-hearted, talented actor. He was passionate about art and film. His legacy will live on in the upcoming season of CBC’s Heartland. We will be dedicating Heartland Season 16 in Robert’s honour. September 28th 2022109 Retweets891 Likes
Cormier’s obituary explained, “Robert was an athlete, an actor, and a great brother. He had a passion for helping others and was always looking to achieve more. He enjoyed movie nights with his family, and looked up greatly to his father.”
His sister told media that Cormier had died in the hospital after suffering injuries from “a fall.” She didn’t say what kind of fall. We note that falls can happen after heart attacks. Just saying.
In any event, Cormier’s passing is incredibly SADS.
🔥 The media continued its diligent project of destroying whatever credibility it has left in a variety of pitiful hurricane reports in the past couple days, like this pathetic nominee for worst actor:
🔥 Sometimes the matrix glitches and the stage-managed narrative backfires. When earlier this week, The View welcomed giant puppet “Little Amal” to generate sympathy for illegal immigrants, they probably didn’t expect that the imagery would showcase a lifeless puppet whose every move is controlled by a pack of nameless handlers, towering over a faceless crowd of obedient mask wearers:
Genius! More like this, please.
Have a fabulous Friday, and I’ll meet you back here tomorrow for more.
C&C is moving the needle and changing minds. If you can, I could use your help getting the truth out and spreading optimism and hope: https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/-learn-how-to-get-involved-
The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Citizens Journal Florida.