[–] letsdothis3 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

He's also on the Congressional Arts Caucus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congressional_Arts_Caucus

The Congressional Arts Caucus was created in the 1980s as a way for the various members of Congress interested in the arts to be able to influence art legislation and to promote the National Endowment for the Arts


n 1996, Congress cut the NEA funding to $99.5 million as a result of pressure from conservative groups, including the American Family Association, who criticized the agency for using tax dollars to fund highly controversial artists such as Barbara DeGenevieve, Andres Serrano, Robert Mapplethorpe, and the performance artists known as the "NEA Four".

Andres Serrano : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andres_Serrano

Andres Serrano (born August 15, 1950) is an American photographer and artist who has become famous through his photos of corpses and his use of feces and bodily fluids in his work, notably his controversial work Piss Christ, a red-tinged photograph of a crucifix submerged in a glass container of what was purported to be the artist's own urine. He is also notable for creating the artwork for the heavy metal band Metallica's Load and Reload albums.

[–] septimasexta [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Good art connection. Didn't Alefantis feature one of these artists in his short-lived first gallery? (forgot the name)

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He's also a member of the Afterschool Caucus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Schiff :

Afterschool Caucus – Afterschool Alliance http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/policycongressionalcaucuses.cfm

On March 3, 2005, Members of Congress announced that in order to build support for afterschool programs and increase resources for quality afterschool care, they would establish the first-ever Afterschool Caucuses in the Senate and the House of Representatives. Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN); and Rep. Nita M. Lowey (D-N.Y.) serve as current chairs of the bipartisan Caucuses.

Voat posts re Sen. Lisa Murkowski :

Is Lisa Murkowski's (R-AK) dad a pedophile? by @Eov382

While the information in that thread was not substantiated, Murkowski is certainly a controversial figure:

It's Time for the Blackmail DS has on Lisa Murkowski to be Exposed

Remember this little interplay with Feinstein during the Kavanaugh hearing ? https://imgur.com/a/sVRe2b4

Sen. Tina Smith :


After Mondale lost a narrow electionto Norm Coleman, Smith began working as the vice president of external affairs at Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.


Financial disclosure forms for Minnesota senator Tina Smith, a still little-known lawmaker who inherited her seat last December after Al Franken resigned, reveal an investment valued at between $500,000 and $1 million in a hedge fund based on the island territory of Bermuda, one of the world's most notorious tax havens.

The offshore asset is held by her husband, Archie Smith, an independent investor who had a prolific investment career working for various funds—he was once named the Wall Street Journal's stock picker of the year.

AP in trying to defend her financial interests, adds some interesting details in this article:


THE FACTS: The Housley campaign’s claim that Smith profited off the opioid crisis through investments is misleading. Smith’s husband, Archie Smith, is a successful independent investor, focusing largely on health care and medical companies.

Housley’s ad claim is based on two of Archie Smith’s investments — one in Abbott Laboratories, the other in Johnson & Johnson that are listed in the senator’s financial disclosure forms . The forms reveal the Smiths are worth between $5 million and $12 million.

Smith’s husband has between $250,000 and $500,0000 invested in Abbott, which marketed OxyContin until 2002. The painkiller has been blamed for escalating the addiction crisis that has left more than 340,000 Americans dead since 2000. But Archie Smith only acquired the stock last year, well after Abbott Labs quit marketing OxyContin and had divested it’s involvement with the painkiller Vicodin in 2013. He received the stock when Abbott took over Minnesota-based St. Jude Medical Center last year, which he had initially invested in, Smith’s campaign said.


In 2014, the hospital opened the $255 million Northwest Tower,[3] which along with the Southwest Tower built several years earlier, created beautifully-designed, private patient rooms. Key areas of expansion included three entire floors dedicated to maternity services and another floor encompassing 14 "smart" surgical suites, including a "hybrid" cardiovascular suite with robotic c-arm imaging, and a dedicated neurosurgery suite with intraoperative MRI. Additional surgical technology includes da Vinci surgical robots as well as the superDimension robotic system for lung cancer treatment.

I reckon we need to take a closer look at St. Jude, specifically St. Jude Children's Research Hospital : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Jude_Children%27s_Research_Hospital

Nita M. Lowey :


Lowey strongly considered running for the United States Senate in 2000, but stepped aside when First Lady of the United States Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy. [2] Lowey was considered a top contender for appointment to Clinton's Senate seat after Clinton was nominated to be Secretary of State, but in a December 1, 2008, phone interview with the Associated Press, she stated that she isn't interested in giving up her senior seat on the House Appropriations Committee.

Her voting record on mass surveillance earned her a "D" on the Stand Against Spying Congressional Scorecard, which was created by a coalition of organizations and individuals from across the political spectrum advocating for transparency and an end to mass surveillance.[

Early in her Congressional career, Lowey sponsored an earmark for the purpose of "dredging the Mamaroneck Harbor."[7] According to the local newspaper, The Journal News, the dredging was proposed because "the harbor was becoming too shallow 'to accommodate the larger yachts.'"

She was strongly critical of the Stupak-Pitts Amendment, which places limits on taxpayer-funded abortions in the context of the November 2009, Affordable Health Care for America Act. Because of the rancor and disruptions which marked so many of the so-called Town Hall meetings held in the summer of 2009 to discuss Health Care Reform, Lowey chose to present her point of view on Health Care Reform in a telephone conference call, the effectiveness of which was questioned by some of her constituents.

Lowey Celebrates Planned Parenthood Victory - https://patch.com/new-york/pelham/lowey-celebrates-planned-parenthood-victory-2

[–] septimasexta [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Looks like Congressman Schiff has had his hand in many pies. Thanks for the extra research and connecting it back to Big Pharma. Regarding free speech, here are some other interesting developments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGoZjpaBIS8 (Trump's Free Speech Executive order)

[–] septimasexta [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

WHERE DID ADAM SCHIFF GET HIS DECLINING VACCINE RATE DATA? "CDC, Check YOUR Data: MMR Vaccination Rates are NOT Declining" https://healthimpactnews.com/2019/according-to-cdc-stats-measles-vaccine-rates-are-not-declining-mmr-vaccine-misinformation-exposed/

[–] septimasexta [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

A good You Tube review of original story:

"...Standard Hotel, Adam Schiff, Helicopter Crash" https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=548&v=BkzaKbio8-M

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Further to @Lansing-Michigan's comment re Duke University, just putting this here for future reference:

https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/3072826/17142880 : Roughly a half-decade later, Epstein approached David R. Gergen, a Harvard Kennedy School professor

Alex Jones confronts David Gergen in New York during the 2004 Republican Convention

Confirmed Bohemian Grove member David gergen says Trump should be impeached

David Gergen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Gergen

David Richmond Gergen (born May 9, 1942) is an American political commentator and former presidential adviser who served during the administrations of Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Clinton.

David Gergen was born in Durham, North Carolina, to Aubigne Munger (née Lermond) and John Jay Gergen, the chair of the mathematics department at Duke University from 1937 to 1966.[7][8] He is the youngest of four children, and one of his brothers, Kenneth J. Gergen, is a psychologist and professor at Swarthmore College. One of his other brothers was Stephen L Gergen.

Gergen was educated at Durham High School, a former public high school in his hometown of Durham, North Carolina, where he edited the school newspaper, Hi-Rocket.[10] After high school graduation, he went to Yale University, from which he earned his B.A. degree in American studies in 1963, and was a member of the Manuscript Society. At Yale, he was managing editor[11] of the Yale Daily News, whose staff at the time included later senator Joe Lieberman, Stephen Bingham, Robert G. Kaiser, and Paul Steiger.

Kenneth Gergen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_J._Gergen

Kenneth J. Gergen (born 1935) is an American psychologist and emeritus professor at Swarthmore College. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts from Yale University (1957) and his PhD from Duke University (1962). He is currently Gil and Frank Mustin Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Senior Research Professor at Swarthmore, the Chairman of the Board of the Taos Institute, and an adjunct professor at Tilburg University.

Gergen is married to Mary M. Gergen, Professor Emeritus at Penn State University, and a major contributor to feminist psychology and performance inquiry. She is the author of over 50 articles and is the co-author (with Ken Gergen) of "Social Construction". They publish the Positive Aging Newsletter.. Gergen's earliest studies challenged the presumption of a unified or coherent self.[clarification needed] He then raised questions about the value of altruism, by exploring the ways in which helping others leads to the recipient's resentment and alienation. Gergen's work is associated with social constructionism. Other major interests in his diverse works include analyzing the effects of technology on social life, examining connections between social construction and theology, and promoting a more optimistic model of aging.

Taos Institute https://www.taosinstitute.net/institute-officers-and-board-of-directors

Board of Directors: Kenneth and Ann Gergen; Sheila McNamee

The name of the Institute was derived, in part, from the fact that one of its founders, Diana Whitney, lived in Taos, New Mexico, and provided a geographic center for possible meetings. In 1993, the Institute held its first international conference in Taos.

Voat posts re Taos:

What about...Santa Fe? Epstein territory. Can anyone dig further? >>


Heritage Hotels & Resorts, Inc. https://www.hhandr.com/ (I just noticed the logo of another place there called the Lodge...) ... within that group of hotels is a subset for Taos https://www.hhandr.com/destinations/taos

voat post: Isaac Kappy 'live trolling' David Brock or is David Brock trolling us? A look into the Kappy family

Dream Tree Project https://www.taosnews.com/stories/a-place-of-hope-dreamtree-project,43019 .. The Emergency Shelter provides homeless youth ages 12-17 a safe haven for up to 90 days. It’s regularly near or at capacity — a distinct indicator of the need in the region. Often, the residents move to DreamTree’s Transitional Living facilities, where they begin to solidify their lives with an eye toward independence. The Transitional Living Program now has 16 units — eight on-site at the La Posta facility and another eight scattered around Taos.

New Mexico Sheriff-Compound Searched-11 Kids Removed/Possibly Trafficked

Check out Hansjorg Wyss

Daughter Amy Wyss, co-founded the Twirl Toy Store in Taos, New Mexico. Check out the site: http://www.twirltaos.org/ ... Haven't looked any further here, but that swirly logo (pedo-symbolism combined with DNA?) suggest there is more to be found here

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Manuscript Society https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manuscript_Society

The Wrexham Foundation is the society's alumni arm. Since 1956, the foundation has underwritten a scholarship in the humanities for a "senior who shall be judged to have written the best senior essay in the field of the humanities." Administered by Yale, it is given in memory of Wallace Notestein, M.A. 1903, Ph.D. 1908, Litt.D. 1951.[3]

Manuscript briefly played host to the 1991-92 classes of Skull and Bones, who were temporarily locked out of their own tomb by alumni who objected to its undergraduates' decision to offer membership to women.[1]

It holds the number 344 to be sacred.[1] The Society supposedly holds Enlightenment ideals, and the sun and sunflowers are both important symbols to members.[4] The society also retained close connections with the campus literary society Chi Delta Theta in the early 1950s.

Manuscript is part of a four-society "Consortium" with the Aurelian Honor Society, Book and Snake and Berzelius.

Designed by King-lui Wu, Manuscript's tomb is mid-century modern, unusual amid other societies' elaborate mid-to-late-19th century buildings. It appears from the outside to have only one level, yet conceals several subterranean floors. The tomb holds a vast collection of notable modern and contemporary art.[7] The Yale University Art Gallery is said to have temporarily stored pieces there.[1] Wu said that he designed the building "for privacy, not for secrecy." Dan Kniley was responsible for landscaping and Josef Albers for the brickwork intaglio mural.

CNN broadcaster and journalist Anderson Cooper (1967-) was a member of the class of '89.

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[–] Zzzmmm333 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The doona cover has the swirl on it, yet the swirl is quite a common theme in design.. https://imgur.com/a/tMwmn1a can't make out what the rest of the picture is but could be a hand holding a giant dick lol

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