What’s with all these cults in the news? I swear, this is not something I want to keep writing about! Two weeks ago, I learned to my dismay about the weird cult that has its hooks in Tulsi Gabbard. Last week, the Trump administration declassified the FBI files on that bonkers group The Finders from the 1980s.
And now it turns out that the Mormon compound in Mexico, which had nine of its women and children slaughtered by a drug cartel this week, was a recruiting ground for the Clinton-loving sex slavery cult NXIVM in Albany, New York.
Before we get to that, let me just say that President Trump has my full blessing if he wants to use any and all US military forces necessary to invade Mexico and exterminate the drug cartels. Special forces, drone strikes, tanks, cruise missiles, Conan the jihadi-biting hero dog – send them all. The cartels killed 70,000 Americans last year with drugs and the Mexican government is incapable of stopping the cartels. We got this, Mexico.
And if anyone from Mexico wants to complain about US forces invading their sovereign territory in an act of war, we’ll just call them racists and say that the American troops “just want better lives for their families and are doing the jobs that Mexicans don’t want to do anyway.” Heh.
If you’ve been anywhere near a television or radio the past few days, then you already know the details of the massacre. Three women and half a dozen children, including infant twins, were murdered by one or more drug cartels as they were on their way to a wedding. They shot the victims and set their vehicles on fire.
The cartels in Mexico are basically animals, although Nancy Pelosi would like to remind us all that they do have a spark of divinity in them. The killings were utterly senseless, and the fact that the cartels killed American children like that tells you everything you need to know about them.
Okay, now it starts to get weird. The Clinton-loving Hollywood sex cult NXIVM used the Mormon compound where the victims were from as a recruiting ground for its victims, according to the Daily Mail and the New York Post. The leader of cult was a guy named Keith Raniere, who was convicted in federal court last May on charges of sex trafficking, money laundering, forced labor conspiracy and a bunch of other stuff. Raniere will be sentenced in January of 2020, just a few days before President Trump’s awesome second inauguration ceremony.
Other people involved in the cult and convicted of related crimes include Claire Bronfman, the heiress of the Seagram family fortune, and Hollywood actress Alison Mack.
During Raniere’s trial, we learned that Claire Bronfman used the sex cult’s members to conduct an illegal campaign bundling scheme on behalf of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign. Bronfman had the cult members each cut a check for the maximum amount of $3,000 to Hillary Clinton, and then Bronfman personally reimbursed each of them.
Hillary Clinton has refused to comment on the illegal bundling scheme carried out by NXIVM. (She never gave the money back, either.)
The trial also revealed that nearly half of Raniere’s closest associates were high-profile, highly influential Mexicans. One of Raniere’s best friends and cult associates is the son former Mexican President Carlos Salinas – a guy named Hunter Salinas. (Just kidding, his name’s really Juan.)
American prosecutors have named Juan Salinas as one of Raniere’s co-conspirators in the cult, but because Salinas is the son of a former president of Mexico, he will never be charged with a crime.
According to information that came out in trial, Raniere recruited Mexican women from the Mormon compound by promising them a way out of the violence in the region from the cartels. He promised them jobs as “nannies” in Albany, New York. And when they took him up on the offer, they ended up enslaved.
Raniere branded them like cattle with a hot iron and used them as his personal harem. Prosecutors haven’t said whether Raniere smuggled the women into the US as illegals, or if the cult sponsored them with visas.
None of this is to allege in any way that the Mormons involved in this tragic story had any knowledge of the activities of Raniere or NXIVM. The victims absolutely did not deserve what happened to them, and the cartels deserve everything that’s coming to them. But the connections are truly bizarre, and once again, the ties to the Clintons and shady behavior of their associates is being swept under the rug by the media.