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Children Paraded In Gay Bar

Angela Stanton-King, TV personality and motivational speaker, says she stumbled upon a disgusting scene at the Palace Bar & Restaurant in Miami Beach, where she witnessed young girls paraded on stage before a late-night adult audience. The Palace is a well-known gay bar in southern Florida, popular for its drag queen entertainment.

Appearing on the Riss Flex blog, Stanton says the children, some as young as 6 and no older than 9, wore masks, were draped in purple hair and striking poses on stage, while accepting money from the adult audience. They were paraded around by a drag queen who had just finished his performance. When she confronted the bar owner about the situation, she was told everyone was welcome. Stanton, who ran and was defeated in Georgia’s 5th Congressional District, was also pardoned by President Trump earlier last year for her role in a stolen vehicle ring.

Flex added she’s stunned the story isn’t getting more media attention and urges those in the Miami area–particularly Spanish-speaking residents–to share the video, because she believes most of the victims are Spanish. Here’s more on this repulsive story with Flex.

Deleted From History

Riss Flex reports that elite liberal males, all connected to the Military Industrial Complex, have been exposed trying to manipulate the timeline of history and change it to benefit themselves by removing all people of color from the list of innovators. Sadly, Flex emphasizes, this has happened multiple times throughout our history, demonstrating that if these breakthrough innovators and investors didn’t fit the Military Industrial Complex academia paradigm required, they were deleted from history.

Perhaps the most high-profile case in recent generations surrounds Shiva Ayyadurai, who as a 14-year-old Indian-American in 1978, developed the concept of email. He went on to earn a doctorate degree from MIT in biological engineering. Despite the facts documenting and confirming Ayyadurai’s invention, confusion still emerged later on the internet over his accomplishment. Dozens of professional witnesses surrounding the young inventor–from doctors to engineers, to journalists and scientists–stated what they witnessed. Says Flex, “Where is all this confusion coming from? We narrowed it down and all these people come right back to the Military Industrial Complex.”

In the following presentation, she pares down her probe to the four most intense protagonists, who engaged in the smear campaign against Dr. Ayyadurai–Walter Isaacson, former CEO of CNN, David Crocker, of Rand Corporation who created email.net, Nick Denton, of Gawker Media, and Ray Tomlinson, of Raytheon. Here’s more on her investigation.

The Children Have Spoken

A recently passed Utah law is cracking down on the inhumane treatment in its behavior reform schools, a condition apparently prevalent across the nation. The bill marks the end of an era in the Beehive State, banning chemical sedation of children, mechanical restraint unless authorized and requires at least four unannounced inspections a year. The bill was lauded by socialite and media personality Paris Hilton and Caroline Lorson, an institution survivor.

Riss Flex reports that there were hundreds of behavioral facilities in Utah, all having their way with children for decades. She digs into the Salt Lake Tribune database to bring us more on the crackdown and Dr. Phil’s controversial interaction with one of the facilities.

Secret Underground Projects

Riss Flex reports that a lot of secret government underground programs are using taxpayer money to fund their clandestine operations under the guise of a nuclear threat. She says the public is completely in the dark about government’s construction of underground tunnels, which they are not privy to because the the projects are being covered up.

“From my experience and my research, the threat of a nuclear exchange is always a great excuse the White House can use to always be secretive about what they’re doing,” Flex says. She added that many whistleblowers over the years have come out and said that the White House many times before have used this excuse to cover up other projects.

In the following video, Col. Adelbert “Buz” Carpenter, who became famous as a  SR 71 pilot and oversaw a $6 billion budget for the Air Force, alleges improprieties in the Reagan Administration regarding underground projects. Here’s more on the story with Flex.

Clinton’s Role On Panel Absurd

The recently concluded Clinton Global Initiative, hosted by Kamala Harris and Bill Clinton, focused on how to empower women in light of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic. Wait a minute—Bill Clinton, who for decades was accused of harassing and sexually abusing women, on a panel for empowering women? You just can’t make this stuff up.

This sounds more like a production from the Theatre of the Absurd. Needless to say, the Twittersphere and other social media were set afire in criticism of Harris for her decision to take advice from a sexual predator. Clinton accuser Juanita Broderick blasted the conference, tweeting, “Inviting Bill Clinton to speak on empowering women is like asking Jeffrey Dahmer to host a cooking class.” Virginia Giuffre, one of the high-profile victims in the Jeffrey Epstein sex-trafficking scandal, also weighed in: “Wow! She’s asking Clinton to empower women? Wrong person, what she should be asking him is what the hell was Clinton doing on #EpsteinIsland and private jets 27 times!”

And speaking of Epstein, a little research reveals that he was in fact one of the co-founders of the Clinton Global Initiative, now in its 13th renewal. Like we said, folks, you can’t make this stuff up. Here’s more from Riss Flex.

The Politics Of Human Cloning

With the avalanche of lies and deception emanating from government and mainstream media, it’s no wonder the majority of the electorate believes in conspiracy theories. And with the recent admission by The Washington Post that it dropped the ball on the Trump-Georgia election story and President Biden’s green-screen manipulation, who can blame them.

Either way, they’ve broken our trust and, says Riss Flex, there is now irrefutable proof that the media is trying to be deceptive, rather than biased. There are topics that are seemingly true due to all the information we have on the subject from many different sources, yet we still find it hard to believe, such as human cloning. Flex says she believes it’s real.

Though animal cloning has been prevalent for years, the topic of cloning humans is obviously more sensitive and political. President Clinton pushed for a ban on human cloning for the public sector, but not for the private sector. To date, eight states prohibit cloning for any purpose, including Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Michigan, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Virginia.

Truth is, cloning humans is occurring for different reasons, such as to harvest organs, for experimental purposes or simply for destruction. There are no federal restrictions on cloning kill, which should send a chill down your spine! Here’s more on the topic with Flex and, as always, use your own judgment.

Deception At The White House

Was President Biden physically on the south lawn of the White House when allegedly meeting with reporters earlier this week, or was he using green-screen technology to make it appear that way? Fact checkers claim Biden was not edited, but a mountain of evidence to the contrary proves otherwise.

Says Riss Flex, “I don’t understand why fact checkers are trying to claim that what people are seeing in these videos are not true, to believe our own eyeballs. I think they should just own up to it and say, ‘We wanted to social distance and we didn’t want to get too close to the press.’ But they’re choosing to lie.”

The Biden Administration has not responded to the claim, but it’s incumbent on them to come clean.  Flex adds that the public is beginning to wise up and are getting pissed off at the deception. Here’s more with Flex.

Huge Wins For Patriots

Patriots continue to celebrate huge wins across the country, ranging from the elimination of mask mandates in several states to proposed state laws protecting women and children.

Perhaps the most unusual victory comes from South Carolina, where the Legislature is adding death by firing squad as an option to the death penalty. The previous choices were death by lethal injection or the electric chair. But for some crazed reason, the injection is off the table because it has expired! So naturally, those inmates scheduled to be executed are opting for injection. Crazy! Says Riss Flex, “They’re adding the firing squad as an option to the execution method, because they can’t afford to buy more lethal injections. It makes sense, because both (the chair and firing squad) are cheap!”

Tune in as Flex also examines Arizona’s proposed House bill proposing strict punishment for child sex offenders and the Alabama Senate’s ban of treatment for transgenders, among other big wins.

5 ERCOT Board Members Resign

Five board members of Texas grid operator ERCOT abruptly and jointly resigned in the aftermath of last week’s massive power outages. In a joint letter to the board, the outgoing members said they were resigning, “to allow state leaders a free hand with future direction and to eliminate distractions.”

Translation: They want to give state government complete control of all future ERCOT matters. Not a good thing, says Riss Flex. In addition, ERCOT drew concern from the public regarding out-of-state board leadership, including some of the resigning board members who did not live in Texas. Also not a good thing. Says Flex, “I’m personally not a big fan of big government controlling businesses. I don’t think that’s the government’s place. Let’s just hope they have the best interest in mind of Texans.” Here’s more analysis with Flex.

Flex Goes After Looney Leftist

The Leftist cancel culture has reared its ugly head once again and investigative blogger Riss Flex isn’t having any of it.  Flex breaks away from her usual format with this all-out defense of attorney Lin Wood on live video, complete with its twists and distractions.

Flex challenges Cathy Cox, dean of the Mercer University School of Law and former Democrat politician, for her attack on Wood over his recent tweets about the fraudulent election process. Wood, a Mercer Law School alum, recently donated $1 million to the school after which the the trial courtroom was named in his honor. The frenzied Cox wants the school to cut ties with Wood and remove his name from the building. Classic looney Leftist.

Tune in as Flex tells us the rest of the story, while interacting with her  livestream viewers.

 

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