Rumors of high-profile politicians – even in the White House – being involved with child sex trafficking, child pornography, child rape, and everything else related have been circulating for decades.
In fact, the Washington Times almost blew the lid on what was called the “call boy scandal” that spanned the Carter, Reagan, and Bush, Sr. administrations.
Apparently, within an hour or so, these papers were quickly recalled, and snatched up from the newspaper stands. The story was immediately discredited/covered up by officials and other media outlets at the time. The U.S. Secret Service also helped to quash it. You can read more about it here.
It’s hard to know if this was really going on in the White House. The implications of the scandal were simply far too egregious and widespread that it they were true, that would explain the immediate reaction to immediately recall the story to the point of getting as many copies as possible off the streets.
Similar rumors continued with the Clinton and even the Obama administrations. It’s a matter of public record that Bill and Hillary Clinton were close friends with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. They’ve both on separate occasions flown on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” to what people call “Orgy Island,” unaccompanied by Secret Service.
Did the Clintons go to Epstein’s island just to hang out on the beach? Well, maybe. We don’t know, because those details have been kept secret. It simply raises questions. The Clintons know well how to lie, and have always been careful to cover their tracks.
Now, the rumors are that Anthony Weiner has blackmail information on the Clintons on his laptop. Does this supposed blackmail information include details about the Clintons’ relationship with Epstein, their involvement in other possible criminal enterprises like child sex trafficking?
WikiLeaks might have given us further clues into these rumors. But analyzing internal emails requires going out on a limb. It requires deciphering possible “code words.” Several emails released thus far throw around terms like “cheese pizza” – a known code phrase for “child porn” – “hotdogs,” “map,” and others that seem randomly inserted and nonsensical, unless they were code words. I admit, it’s a little weird. Here are some examples:
From: Don Kuykendall [email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2009 1:59 PM
Subject: Get ready for “Chicago Hot Dog Friday”
To celebrate all you hot dogs out there. Aaric, you can participate as well!
From: Fred Burton [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2009 2:39 PM
To: ‘Don Kuykendall’
Cc: ‘Aaric Eisenstein’; ‘Darryl O’Connor’; ‘Copeland Susan’
Subject: RE: Get ready for “Chicago Hot Dog Friday”
I think Obama spent about $65,000 of the tax-payers money flying in pizza/dogs from Chicago for a private party at the White House not long ago, assume we are using the same channels?
From Aaric S. Eisenstein
Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2009 9:50 PM
RE: Get ready for “Chicago Hot Dog Friday”
If we get the same “waitresses,” I’m all for it!!!
Really, the only way this email exchange makes sense is if “pizza” and “hotdogs” don’t actually mean what most people think they mean. Why would Obama spend $65,000 just to fly actual pizza and hotdogs from Chicago? And what “channels” do you need for this kind of party? And why is “waitresses” in quotes? What kind of exclusive White House party serves pizza and hotdogs? Just wondering. Here’s another:
From: Sullivan, Jacob J [mailto:SullivanJJ@state.gov]
Sent: Friday, October 28, 2011 07:29 AM
Subject: My whereabouts
today I am out of the office today, en route now to New Haven. I’m giving a talk at the Law School, seeing my old profs and President Levin, and eating some pizza. Will be on my blackberry and generally available, save for flying time this am (730-850).
I’ll be back in the office tomorrow and Sun – so much to do!
From: H <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, October 28, 2011 7:33 AM
To: ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ Subject:
Re: My whereabouts today
Have a slice for me!
The pizza reference just seems kind of thrown in there. Maybe we’ll let that one pass. Here’s another:
From: Kathryn Tate [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2014 10:04 AM
To: Sandler, Susan
Cc: Sandler, Herbert
Subject: You left something at the Field house
Susan & Herb
I just came from checking the Field house and I have a square cloth handkerchief (white w/ black) that was left on the kitchen island. Happy to send it via the mail if you let me know where I should send it.
I also meant to inquire yesterday about the pillows you purchased. I can send them as well, if you let me know where they are in the house.
Safe travels to all
Date: 2014-09-02 17:54
Subject: Did you leave a handkerchief
The realtor found a handkerchief (I think it has a map that seems pizza-related. Is it yorus? They can send it if you want. I know you’re busy, so feel free not to respond if it’s not yours or you don’t want it.
Okay, this is truly bizarre. John Podesta’s “handkerchief” has a “map” on it that seems “pizza-related?” Again, makes no sense, unless they are using some code words. For your information, a MAP is aminor-attracted person, a euphemism for a pedophile. Are they referencing that? Not sure. Here’s another:
Date: 2015-07-30 14:09
Georgetown Law Faculty and Staff,
My parents are visiting this weekend, and I need to sell my enormous collection of beanie babies! I’ve approximately 480 little creatures of joy, and I’m selling each one for $20.00. You must buy all 480, though. It is a collection (not an auction)… They are very respectful and amicable with one another, and they are (for the most part) cat and dog friendly. Some are sassier than others, naturally.
Please let me know! My parents can’t find out.
Okay, beanie babies were a fad when I was in middle school – a long time ago. There’s no way anyone – especially some lawyer from Georgetown University – would send out an email to faculty and staff (John Podesta’s on the list) saying he needs to sell 480 beanie babies before his parents come to visit him that weekend, for $20 each. They’re not valuable anymore. And he needs to sell all of them at once for just under $10,000 – a cash deposit/withdrawal of over $10,000 would be a red flag by the bank and warrant an IRS investigation.
On top of that, he calls his beanie babies “little creatures of joy,” “respectful and amicable with one another,” “for the most part cat and dog friendly,” “some sassier than others, naturally.” What’s hereally talking about here?
If you think about it, the only way to communicate – by email, text, phone, in person – details regarding something criminal is in code. There are countless code words for cocaine, marijuana, prostitutes, and anything else that’s illegal. It’s the only way to keep your involvement on the down-low. Here’s another:
Date: 2015-09-03 18:17
Subject: man, I miss you
The next three months are going to be rougher internally than in Beijing. Between 7th and 1600, no fun. Hope you’re doing ok. I’m dreaming about your hotdog stand in Hawaii…
No comment on that one. I think it speaks for itself.
Now, is this proof of anything nefarious? No, I don’t think so. Actual proof would have to be more than just possible – or even probable – innuendo.
But one thing is for certain. Either these people have a strange relationship with pizza, hotdogs, and beanie babies, or those words don’t mean what most people think they mean.
The individual in question is one Laura Silsby, former director of The New Life Children’s Refuge. She was caught trying to steal 33 children from the country, most of whom were not even orphans and had families.
Hillary has a LONG history of interest in Ms. Silsby. Wikileak emails dating back till at least 2001 have been found in her archives discussing Laura’s NGO. Laura had claimed she planned to build an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, but authorities in the country said she never submitted an application for this purpose. They instead located to Haiti.
Huma Abedin was constantly forwarding Hillary articles on this woman’s organization:
One of the first things Hillary did when she took over the scene in Haiti was to get Laura off the hook:
And the attorney who represented Laura Silsby? A man who was himself convicted as a sex trafficker:
Even more disturbing, we uncovered an email in Wikileaks where they are literally pricing how much it costs to transport children:
Again, this was the same group that got busted by Haitian Authorities trying to Traffic kids.
They’re in the Clinton Emails;
Pitch for funding or some sh*t, super sketchy.
This looks like Mills & co are drafting statements following extradition.
Help me research!!! There are surely more emails to be found in Wikileaks on this! If we can connect the Clintons to a child abductor their campaign is DONE!!!
EDIT: Wanted to add this email showing HRC contacting a lawyer regarding the 10 people who were arrested for their roles in this kidnapping case, thanks /u/Look_See_Think for bringing me this:
EDIT 2: More info on this story: