Stan Deyo, a former FBI agent with top-secret security clearance, joins the Riss Flex podcast to discuss the alien presence on the planet and the revelation of global underground operations.
Deyo, who was part of an exclusive black project headed by Dr. Edward Teller specializing in flying saucer technology, talks to Flex about his experiences, using a religious approach, and what to look out for in the future.
Riss Flex peels back the layers of the tumultuous lives of so-called privileged socialites, exposing the truth behind their nefarious affairs.
She features the adventures of Ariadne Getty, granddaughter of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty and the fake journalist who attempted to extort her out of $200,000. Turns out the fake journalist was connected to unsavory California politicos, including Gov. Gavin Newsom and the Pelosi family, which are all in cahoots with the Italian Mafia.
Flex continues with the case of Canadian socialite Jasmine Hartin, former partner of Lord Ashcroft’s son, who is being charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of a Belize police officer. Flex says there’s more to this story than meets the eye.
And, of course there’s the ongoing saga of Hunter Biden’s refusal to turn over financial records in an Arkansas paternity case for fear it might open the floodgates on his criminal past. Here’s more.
Is this the snapshot that proves Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson are brothers? Riss Flex reports that both actors share a reluctance to get a DNA test after hinting they share the same hitman father.
And speaking of the hitman papa Charles Harrelson, who was believed to be a CIA asset and is Woody’s real father, Flex says his name has surfaced numerous times as the true assassin of President John F. Kennedy. Flex attempts to unravel the mystery, plus more.
Riss Flex reports that the Walt Disney Company, parent company of ABC News, has ordered a slew of layoffs at the network after leaks of sexual assault and mismanagement.
Flex says ABC News President Kim Godwin was furious with the leaks and is out for blood regarding the recent layoffs. Says Flex,, “Multiple sources at ABC say the energy inside the ABC News headquarters is miserable. Nobody’s happy and so many layoffs are now undergoing.” Here’s more.
Riss Flex reports on two more associates of the Clintons, who mysteriously died in separate plane crashes.
Flex digs into the details of the crashes that claimed the lives of former Navy Seal Howard Wasdin in Georgia, who was piloting the plane at the time of the accident, and Dana Hyde, former White House official in the Obama Administration, who perished after the business jet she was traveling in allegedly hit sudden turbulence. Flex also discusses the case of ex-chief of staff to former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who was suspiciously gunned down by the FBI.
Bazzel Baz, former CIA Special Operations officer and founder of the Association for the Recovery of Children, tells Riss Flex that he believes the enormous flight of undocumented children crossing the southern border is the largest, organized child-trafficking movement in the history of the United States by a government entity or corrupt members of a bureaucracy.
He claims the border is purposely being opened up by the Biden Administration, who have dealings with the Mexican cartels. “We know for a fact, as does the FBI, as does the CIA, as does those who are downrange that there are people throughout America, as well as in Washington, who are on the Cartel’s payroll,” Baz says. More with Rex and Baz.
Rino politicians are leaving Congress and state houses en masse, opting instead to work in education systems. In light of the Republicans reclaiming the majority in the House, and the Senate primed to do the same thing in 2024, do these flip-flopping Rinos see the writing on the wall?
Riss Flex reports it’s not surprising that many of the faux Republicans being booted into the private sector are rabid anti-Trumpers, including former Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, who voted to impeach Trump. Sasse has been named the next president of the University of Florida.
Then there’s outgoing Illinois House Minority Leader Jim Durkin, who’s resigning amid accusations of being too far to the left. He’s possibly returning to his former job as a Cook County prosecutor. And former Massachusetts GOP Gov. Charlie Baker is leaving to head the NCAA! Who’s next? Flex digs into the meltdown with more details.
Riss Flex reports that Twitter executives were colluding with shadow intelligence agencies in the United States and around the world to censor information not in line with their corrupt, liberal narrative. Among the censorship victims were expert doctors who were providing vital and pertinent opinions surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.
Vijaya Gadde, head of legal, policy and trust at Twitter who censored President Trump’s account, drew the ire of U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace during the House Oversight Committee hearing to probe the level of corruption they committed when colluding with intelligence agencies. More with Flex.
In a wild revelation, podcaster Jason Bermas tells Riss Flex that actor-musician Isaac Kappy, widely believed to have been murdered because of his knowledge of human trafficking in Hollywood, actually committed suicide.
Bermas says Kappy got in over his head with the wrong people and realized he was manipulated. “That’s why he took his own life,” Bermas says. “A lot of people thought he was killed. He was not killed. The police body-cam footage, everything about it, was real.”
Bermas adds that Kappy had a tendency to believe in conspiracy theories that did not have any basis in evidence. Furthermore, Bermas says he received evidence from a strong source who claims Kappy got involved in a disturbing internet game called 23, run by psychopaths and sociopaths.
He brings us more details, including the circumstances surrounding Kappy’s alleged suicide, and more. As always, do your own research and use discernment.
Riss Flex reports on a Florida law that exempts foster homes from state oversight because of religion. She says Florida is one of five states, where if a home is considered faith-based, no one is required by law to visit and document possible allegations of abuse.
Flex was alerted to the law in light of the recent case, where nine boys were removed from a Clearwater foster home because of allegations that were sexual in nature. Alarmingly, Flex says, the religious exemption still exists! Here’s her report.