☕️ SECRET EPIDEMICS ☙ Friday, September 1, 2023 ☙ C&C NEWS 🦠
Pedophile boomerang strikes again; child porn epidemic; two news studies and other evidence of quiet epidemic of jab-induced infections; SADS wrestler; SADS fitness gal; great school board news; more.
Good morning, C&C family, it is finally Friday! And your extended roundup today includes: award-winning ABC producer who “debunked” pedophilia conspiracy theories pleads guilty to being a grotesque pedophile; I discover the first secret epidemic and you aren’t going to believe it; April study proves longevity and ubiquity of mRNA spike in the body; Michigan teen’s controversial 2021 post-jab death back in the news; new study claims jabs depress the immune system, especially dangerously for kids; CDC stealthily implementing programs across the country to deal with a new, real epidemic, as common as cancer, as fatal as a heart attack; more evidence of rising rates and severity of garden-variety infections; SADS wrestler heart attack; SADS fitness enthusiast DOUBLE heart attack; and more good news from the counter-revolution in Florida.
🗞 THE C&C ARMY POST 🗞
🪖 Yesterday I broke my normal rule and engaged in a little speculation about the Obama chef’s untimely paddleboarding fatality. First, I was wrong to assume the élites of Martha’s Vineyard object to public nudity. There are at least two nude beaches there and at least one famous chronic nudist. Noted. Second, I’m obviously not a night swimmer myself, but C&C nightswimmers were quick to inform me that it’s common practice, if not de rigeuer, to wear two sets of clothes for night swimming, an outer traveling layer and an inside bathing layer, so the discovery of Tafari Campbell’s garments did not necessarily mean he was naked.
It might have just been Tafari’s outer layer.
I’m still uncertain about some of the particulars — like, when you’re done, do you put the dry clothes back on over your wet swimming clothes? Or strip and put the dry ones onto your wet body? — but nevertheless, I humbly accept the correction. I’m a lawyer, not a nocturnal aquanaut.
Anyway, in the future, with sincere apologies for the momentary lapse in reason, I promise to do my level best to refrain from any more scurrilous speculation about night swimming.
🗞💬 WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY 💬🗞
🔥 Late last month, NBC News ran a rather shocking story headlined, “Former ABC investigative journalist pleads guilty to child pornography charges.”
ABC’s senior, Washington DC-based investigative reporter, James Gordon Meek, 53, used to cover national security issues for the network until he resigned last year after his arrest. Meeks notably won an Emmy for his 2017 reporting on the Pulse gay nightclub shooting. Late last month, he pleaded guilty to illegal possession and transportation of child pornography.
Most ironically, and most relevant for the bigger story, Mr. Meek was the reporter who captained the charge to “debunk” the so-called Pizzagate ‘conspiracy theory,’ which arose out of leaked emails from Clinton-advisor John Pederast, I mean Podesta, and claimed that high-ranking democrat officials, including members of Hillary Clinton's campaign, were involved in a child sex trafficking ring operating out of a highly-sketchy pizzeria called Comet Ping Pong located in Washington, D.C.
In Washington, D.C. — coincidentally right where debunking reporter and chronic pedophile Meeks lived.
I made a horrible mistake by pulling up Meek’s case in PACER (the federal court system database), in order to read the arresting FBI agent’s original affidavit. I won’t subject you to the pure, unadulterated evil described in that appalling document, except to say I pray for the FBI agent who had to review the evidence and draft it.
But to give you a general sense of what we’re talking about, among many other awful things, Mr. Meek’s personal iPhone contained a video of the forcible sodomy of a screaming and crying infant girl, along with the reporter’s unbelievable descriptions of his extreme sexual arousal and grotesque, infuriating rape fantasies of repeating the same act himself.
It also included screenshots of reporter Meek’s chats on kids’ social media platforms, where he was coercing children into sending him naked photos. And that’s probably enough to brief you in.
Significantly, FBI agents found child sexual abuse images and videos going back to at least 2014 — well before Meeks “debunked” the Comet Ping Pong story. In other words, he was doing exactly what he debunked at the time he was debunking it.
(On an aside, in his upcoming sentencing, Meeks faces less prison time than does President Trump.)
I was on the fence about whether to include this story at all, when I did a routine cross-reference search for “ABC child charges.”
I found an epidemic.
Here are just a few of this week’s headlines that one single search returned:
There were more. Maybe a lot more. I don’t even know how many more, I had to stop scrolling due to running out of time.
In a sense, in hindsight, the Comet Ping Pong conspiracy hypothesis was undoubtedly right. Setting aside the fact it was only “debunked” by people like Meeks with obvious motives to bury the story, in a broader perspective, there clearly is a BIG problem. Is this epidemic of pedophilia the temptation created by (apparently) easily-available CSAM (child sexual abuse material) online? Is it naked trans men at the White House? Is it the legalization and acceptance of atypical sexual practices?
Or is it something else? Is the Nation possessed?
Finally — kudos, once again, to the FBI field agents who carefully planned and executed reporter Meeks’ investigation. FBI leadership has taken a lot of well-earned criticism lately, but there are plenty of good agents still working in the agency. Thank you.
💉 The Journal of Proteomics Clinical Applications quietly published a new Italian study back in April blandly titled, “Detection of recombinant Spike protein in the blood of individuals vaccinated against SARS‐CoV‐2: Possible molecular mechanisms.”
You’ll well remember, I’m sure, all the saccharine promises by federal government officials that the covid shots’ mRNA stayed at the injection site and fully degraded within a few days. It is worth noting that it wasn’t so much Pfizer and Moderna who were making those claims — both companies were super careful to avoid public representations — it was taxpayer-funded officials from captured public agencies like the CDC, FDA, and NIH.
An then all the medical establishment’s grant-groveling, white-coated sock-puppets echoed those same lies in a cascading crescendo of brown-nosing amplification. And then the fact-checkers and social media giants shut down any heterodox doctor asking any inconvenient questions.
The chickens were bound to get back to the roost at some point.
Instead of parroting the tired old “safe and effective” line, the new April study bravely and openly described its purpose as questioning about the wisdom of continued booster campaigns:
mRNA vaccines … may represent a new standard of vaccination. However, it is the duty of the scientist not to neglect controls. Herein lies the importance of monitoring vaccine-induced Spike protein “PP” after a time period after vaccination in human biological samples. The presented method allows to assess the half-life of the Spike “PP” protein molecule and to consider the risks or benefits in continuing further booster doses of the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine.
The researchers dubbed vaccine-induced spike protein as “PP”, based on the unique genetic characteristics distinguishing the jab version of spike from all the other natural types from the various viral variants. They created a test allowing other researchers to detect jab spikes in people (as distinct from any of the ‘natural’ spikes).
But the study’s secondary discoveries turned out to be the real story. First, the researchers found that some vaccinees had persistent jab-spike in their bodies — long after the original jabs.
In some cases, we found the PP-Spike marker in vaccinated individuals more than 30 days after the vaccine, indicating that it is possible to detect vaccine “Spike” protein even sometime after vaccination and in any organic tissue.
When the researchers said “more than 30 days,” they meant up to six months — the duration of the study. So they actually failed to detect the “half-life” of the mRNA spike, since there was no way to determine the upper limit. They also found PP in “any organic tissue.” Meaning — putting the lie to government guarantees — the mRNA spike does not stay after all in the injection site. It spreads throughout the body.
Nor, also contrary to what was promised, did the PP degrade within a few days.
It was beyond the scope of the study to figure out why the jab spike was hanging around so long. But the researchers offered three hypothesis, and their first idea was a doozy:
It is possible that the mRNA may be integrated or re-transcribed in some cells.
Wait, what? Of all the government’s many failed assurances and broken promises, the one that the government officials and their white-coated army of obsequious jab pushers have most grimly clung to was the often-repeated promise that there was no possible way that the mRNA could modify someone’s genes and get into human DNA.
But, as the researcher’s very first theory to explain PP persistence illustrated, this study provides evidence rebutting the government’s most critical and most important promise of all: that the jabs are perfectly innocuous and cannot possibly create permanent genetic modifications.
That essential promise is starting to look a lot like what we tell kids about the Tooth Fairy.
Here’s the link to the study: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/prca.202300048
💉 I have another study for you today, recently published, that follows neatly with yesterday’s evidence from Ethical Skeptic suggesting that the shots may be causing widespread autoimmune problems. But first, let’s look at an article from USA Today published this week, about a two-year old story, headlined “Michigan teen’s death fueled anti-vaccine rhetoric. We got CDC’s investigative report.”
Meet Michigan resident Jabob Clynick, 13, jab recipient, now deceased:
On June 16th, 2021, only three days after getting his second Pfizer injection, Jacob’s parents found their teenaged son dead in his bed. Jacob went to sleep the night before complaining about a stomach ache and never woke up.
Jacob’s father, Joseph Clynick, blames the jabs. He told reporters, "I think it had to have something to do with the vaccine. It doesn't make any sense that it wouldn’t.”
Joe Clynick wasn’t the only one.
Jacob’s medical examiner, Randy Tashjian, who conducted Jacob’s autopsy, formally concluded that Jacob died from “myocarditis of uncertain etiology.” Dr. Tashjian wound up publishing a journal case report including Jacob’s and another teen’s similar deaths — both of which died right after getting the jabs.
Dr. Tashjian wound up getting fired over that case report.
To its credit, here’s how USA Today’s article fairly described Dr. Tashjian’s journal case report:
Tashiian and the article's co-authors hypothesized that the first dose of the vaccine could have caused some inflammation and damage to their hearts, and when the teens got a second dose, their bodies reacted with "an excessive and uncontrolled inflammatory response."
The damage in the teen boys' hearts, the article says, appeared to be different than what is typically seen with myocarditis caused by a bacterial infection or a virus.
Here’s where Jacob’s tragically-common story intersects with today’s news. Remember the word, “sepsis.” Shortly after his death and the publication of Dr. Tashjian’s case report, the CDC got involved, reviewed the documentation (but not Jacob’s body) and issued a different official conclusion: that Jacob had died not from his vaccine-induced myocarditis, but instead from a separate and totally unrelated rare bacterial infection: Clostridium septicum sepsis. A doctor quoted by USA Today explained the syndrome:
Clostridium septicum sepsis is characteristically a fatal and fulminating infection that often presents with nonspecific signs and symptoms. The infection is lethal in approximately 60% to 70% of cases, and death typically occurs within 12 to 48 hours of symptom onset.
The CDC’s rebuttal led to a public back-and-forth between the CDC and Dr. Tashjian. The doctor said the presence of C. Septicum was a result of the death, not its cause, and said that the bacteria is commonly found in autopsy patients, because the germ spreads in the deceased body. The frustrated medical examiner pointed out that they even often use the amount of C. Septicum in a body to figure out when someone died.
But the story died an untimely death, with Dr. Tashjian getting fired, and his employer issuing an obsequious press release saying it supported the CDC’s version of Jacob’s cause of death.
But — what about that “sepsis?” Was the real story here just about the CDC’s sickening cover-up of yet another child’s jab death with its silly bacterial infection claim, so as not to cause parents to “hesitate?” Or was something more there?
With that said, let’s look at the next study in today’s roundup.
💉 Last Friday, Frontiers in Immunology published a new study titled, “BNT162b2 COVID-19 vaccination in children alters cytokine responses to heterologous pathogens and Toll-like receptor agonists.”
After studying a group of Melbourne children who’d gotten the Pfizer jab, as well as unvaccinated kids — both those who’d had covid and those who hadn’t — the researchers found the vaccinated kids had a depressed immune response to bacterial, fungal, and viral infections:
BNT162b2 vaccination is associated with a decrease in bacterial and viral stimulant-induced cytokine responses one month after vaccination … BNT162b2 vaccination is associated with a sustained decrease in cytokine responses to viral, but not bacterial, stimulants six months after vaccination.
The researchers concluded that the mRNA jabs act to depress immune responses to other “heterologous” infections, apart from covid, which is particularly dangerous to children because they are exposed to so many new germs at school, and because they are constantly being jabbed with other diseases as part of the normal vaccine schedule:
Our findings suggest SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination could alter the immune response to other pathogens, which cause both vaccine-preventable and non-vaccine-preventable diseases. This is particularly relevant in children as they: have extensive exposure to microbes at daycare, school, and social occasions; are often encountering these microbes for the first time; and receive multiple vaccines as part of routine childhood vaccination schedules. There are currently no data on the clinical effects of COVID-19 vaccination-related heterologous effects in children.
The researchers did not report any long-term recovery from the immune-suppressing effects of the jabs — six months was the extent of the study. They were just being conservative when they said the immune suppression lasted “up to six months after vaccination.” Six months was as far as they got. You have to stop and publish sometime.
Here is the link to the study: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fimmu.2023.1242380/full
I’ll stop and mention that USA Today’s article — albeit safely ensconced behind a paywall — almost seemed like real investigative journalism that didn’t blindly accept the CDC’s position as the default truth. It was timid and inconclusive but it was progress.
Obviously, the study is yet more troubling news about the jabs. But, looking back to poor Jacob’s medical assassination, we can see the CDC loses either way. It appears that Jacob had myocarditis, probably fatal, which the CDC rejected. But even if, as the CDC claims, Jacob did die from turbo Clostridium septicum sepsis, which is highly debatable, it was also probably jab-induced, and this new study explained the mechanism.
I thought I’d done pretty well to the point, and had a nice roundup going, until I did my normal cross-checks. And I found another secret epidemic.
💉 What I found was, the CDC and the media are engaged in a stealthy, all-out educational campaign to combat sepsis. They are rapidly pushing out new programs, materials, and requirements on the whole country’s doctors and hospitals through a fire hose. But why?
From the New York Times, this week:
Let’s start by figuring out what ‘sepsis’ is.
The CDC’s web page explains sepsis (it was updated this week):
In other words, sepsis arises when a person gets some other kind of infection, and their body’s impaired immune system goes haywire, killing them within hours. Until very recently, sepsis was only found in very old people, very sick people with chronic diseases, and immunosuppressed people.
Science Daily ran a story published yesterday, headlined “Sepsis -- as common as cancer, as deadly as a heart attack.” Here’s the article’s summary:
A research team has found that more than four percent of all hospital admissions in southern Sweden are associated with sepsis. It is a significantly under-diagnosed condition that can be likened to an epidemic.
It can be likened to an epidemic! But not the kind of epidemic they love, which is why it’s not being run wall-to-wall on MSNBC. It’s an epidemic they’d rather broom under an antique rug.
It’s an epidemic that confirms Ethical Skeptic’s charts and graphs showing skyrocketing rates of infection deaths.
There is building evidence sepsis is related to jab injuries. Two days ago, the UK Sun ran a followup story headlined, “The 2 obscure signs of sepsis you must know as Strictly’s Amy Dowden shares terrifying update.”
Amy Dowden, 33, is the British star of Strictly Come Dancing, who we reported on a couple months ago, after she suddenly and unexpectedly got Stage 3 turbo breast cancer (and was jabbed). According to the Sun’s recent article, that wasn’t the only medical emergency Amy had to deal with. She also had a near-fatal “scary ordeal” with … sepsis.
Fortunately — unlike Jacob — Amy got immediate medical attention and recovered.
The Sun suggested, without evidence, that her chemotherapy suppressed Amy’s immune system, which created the conditions for the septic attack. But the new Frontiers study suggests a different possible cause: the jabs.
From what I can tell from loads of reports in secondary media, the narrative is trying to blur out the sepsis-jab connection, by running recent stories about famous people who got sepsis years ago, and by that claiming rates of sepsis have been increasing since 2017, without citing the figures so readers can see the real rates.
💉 I don’t have time to flesh this next story out, but multiple recent headlines seem to confirm rising rates of otherwise ordinary infections, like strep throat — but now in deadlier forms than what we’ve seen in prior years. For example:
I’ll continue to monitor and follow up on this developing story.
💉 Fox News ran a story yesterday headlined, “WWE star Bray Wyatt died of heart attack: report.”
After all my high-profile sudden deaths reporting, I’m starting to get the impression that healthy young people are dying more often from heart attacks and strokes than from car crashes or drug overdoses these days — the exact opposite of historical trends.
For some reason.
Well-loved WWE wrestler Bray Wyatt, 36, (real name Windham Rotunda), died in his sleep last Thursday the 24th, ironically even after seeing a cardiologist earlier in the day about his newly-developed heart problems.
Bray’s cardiologist failed to spot the imminent threat, but according to People, the doctor recommended Bray wear a portable defibrillator, which was sadly found unused in Bray’s car parked in the driveway. We’ll never know if it would have saved him.
I never heard of people wearing portable defibrillators before, I guess that’s a thing now.
Anyway, I am not a WWE follower, so I can’t comment, but People described Bray as pushing the “boundaries in the athletic artform, utilizing special effects, puppets and mysteriously layered characters that often left story arcs open-ended and speculative.”
Puppets? Is that a wrestling thing? I never knew.
From pre-death posts, Bray seems to have been a loving and giving person. He is survived by fellow WWE star and fiancée Joseann Offerman.
💉 The New York Post ran a story Wednesday headlined, “Fitness influencer Larissa Borges, 33, dies following double cardiac arrest.”
Brazilian fitness influencer Larissa Borges, 33, tragically died Monday after suffering a double cardiac arrest due to “unknown causes.” Larissa, called an Instagram “superstar,” routinely posted pics to over 30,000 followers of her exercise routines, toned physique, and idyllic vacations.
On August 20th, the workout star was traveling in Gramado when she had a sudden and unexpected heart attack. She was rushed to the hospital and fell into a coma, where she remained for a nerve-wracking week while her family provided live updates on her condition. But then Larissa, comatose, under minute-to-minute medical care, had a second cardiac arrest and fell completely off life’s treadmill right in front of her doctors.
All of Larissa’s social media was instantly locked down, for no reason at all, don’t ask questions. Who shut down her accounts? This seems obvious, but to explain it for Portland residents: dead people don’t need privacy. They’re dead.
🔥 Finally, to lift your spirits back up a little, how about some great news from the counter-revolution? The Washington Times ran a story yesterday headlined, “Explicit books removed from K-12 school libraries but only after a public reading at school board.”
After unsuccessfully waging a two-year war with the Indian River County School District Board, trying to get them to remove 156 pornographic books from district school libraries, a local chapter of Moms For Liberty strategically took advantage of a new Florida law at last Monday’s meeting.
Florida’s terrific House Bill 1609, passed earlier this year, contains lots of great stuff, such as requiring schools to teach that males and females are binary options, and these two genders are immutable biological characteristics. Which of course was a totally uncontroversial science fact until about ten minutes ago.
But deep in HB 1609 was this terrific, tiny little nugget of potentially-explosive power:
Parents shall have the right to read passages from any material that is subject to an objection. If the school board denies a parent the right to read passages due to content that meets the requirements under sub-sub-subparagraph b.(I), the school district shall discontinue the use of the material.
Now we’re talking.
So the local Moms for Liberty chapter organized 30 people to come to the school board meeting and, during public comment, read explicit passages from 30 different library books, all of which the school board voted to retain in February 2022. It was hard to listen to it in video clips. And the school board couldn’t take it either. All the readings were stopped by School Board Chair Peggy Jones after various amounts of time.
"We are adults and if there are children out there. I understand that. I understand that. But we don't want to be reading that aloud," Indian River County School Board Chairwoman Dr. Peggy Jones said. If you don’t want it read aloud at a School Board meeting, what on Earth is it doing in the library?
At one point, the School Board even cut off the microphone when Pastor John Amanchukwu refused to stop reading pornographic passages from the book, “Thirteen Reasons Why.” After they ordered him to stop, cut the mike, but Pastor Amanchukwu continued reading in a loud voice anyway, the school board finally ordered the police to haul him out.
Pastor Amanchukwu explained his passionate stance to the Times:
“I don’t think that any child should have access to pornographic material in a library, in particular this book which talks about . I can’t think of the educational benefit that a middle school student is going to gain by learning about being . I just don’t know how this is going to help us compete in a global market or global economy. I don’t know how it would help a student get into an Ivy League school,” he said. “I just don’t see the educational benefit for a student to have this kind of book or curriculum other than for the specific purpose of indoctrination and the sexualizing of children at a young age.”
After the meeting, and realizing that the new law required the books’ removal, the Board members unanimously agreed to remove all the books read during the meeting, overriding the district’s existing review procedures.
Now — after fighting with parents for two years — the school board is asking, hey, what was the big deal? Parents could’ve just quietly let them know about the obscene content and they would’ve promptly taken care of it, of course. "You could just pick up the phone and call the superintendent and say, 'Hey, here's an excerpt from this book. And let's get it taken care of that way because things have changed,'" Teri Barenborg, Vice Chair of the Indian River County School Board, lamely explained.
Hahaha! I haven’t laughed that hard in months, maybe not even since Bob Peters fell off his bike wearing his ridiculous helmet. They really should put training wheels on that thing.
I’d like to shake the hand of whoever put that section in HB 1609. Brilliant.
Have a fabulous Friday! And meet up right back here tomorrow morning for lots more in the gala Weekend Edition roundup.
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