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Lin Wood Tweet Thread Accuses Pence of Being “Disloyal” to Trump, “Traitor to We The People”

Lin Wood Tweet Thread Accuses Pence of Being “Disloyal” to Trump, “Traitor to We The People”

“I believe Chief Justice John Roberts & a multitude of powerful individuals worldwide are being blackmailed in a horrendous scheme involving rape & murder of children captured on videotape.”

Lin Wood, Trump ally, and the attorney deeply entrenched in the Georgia special election efforts unleashed an interesting tweet thread in the wee hours of Monday morn.

In the thread, Wood suggested VP Pence was “disloyal” to Trump, saying Pence wants to be president in 2024, and calling Pence a “traitor to We The People.”

Wood also said he believes, “Chief Justice John Roberts & a multitude of powerful individuals worldwide are being blackmailed in a horrendous scheme involving rape & murder of children captured on videotape,” and says he “the key to the files containing the videos.”

Tweets are as follows:

This morning, Wood sent two tweets saying that two of the tweets he sent the night prior may not be fully accurate:

Wood has levied incredibly serious accusations and has not provided any evidence publicly to back them up. Similar is the case of Sidney Powell. Many claims, no hard evidence to speak of.

Wood ingratiated himself with the right when he represented Nick Sandman, who was maligned by mainstream media outlets for a photo showing him smirking. Goodwill he’s blown through encouraging people NOT to vote in the Georgia Senate runoffs and now through wild accusations rendered without one ounce of evidence.


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He, as Sidney Powell, a lot of accusations with no evidence!

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to MarkS. | January 4, 2021 at 6:11 pm

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    Barry in reply to MarkS. | January 4, 2021 at 8:33 pm

    There is a ton of evidence of election fraud. Lets just start with stopping the vote counting in the key cities in the key states, and when vote counting resumed it was done in secret. That’s it, those votes should be nullified.

    “I believe Chief Justice John Roberts & a multitude of powerful individuals worldwide are being blackmailed in a horrendous scheme involving rape & murder of children captured on videotape.”

    It’s what we ALL here believe.

    Pathetic nerds like Roberts (gates, boehner – you name them) are probably the porn stars of Epstein Studios. The films are probably being destroyed as we speak. That’s the only thing that will keep Maxwell alive.

    We have ONE person to blame for the absolute corruption of our country. One person.

    His name is William Barr.

      No, not all of us believe that. If there was even a hint of such behavior, John Roberts would have never been nominated, much less confirmed, to the Supreme Court of the United States.

    TX-rifraph in reply to MarkS. | January 5, 2021 at 6:55 am

    No evidence of fraud? The burden of proof lies with the states to PROVE (backed by evidence) the the election was fair and honestly run. ANY evidence that indicates that was not the case should block a certification of the results.

    It is not hard to design a voting process with integrity — voter ID, clean voting roles, and accurate counts. Machines will provide extremely accurate counts if properly designed to do so. Machines routinely perform accurate counts in difficult manufacturing situations with no problem.

    Powell, Wood, el al, do not need to prove anything. They only need to have the STATE prove that the vote was fair and accurate. Any evidence of error or fraud, no matter how small, indicates that it was not. The state will not or can not provide a satisfactory explanation for the massive errors, etc. They simply dismiss them. Corrupt courts are not evidence that “there is no evidence.”

    We have allowed the narrative to be flipped upside down logically. The State conclusively PROVES the voting process was fair and accurate or that state’s votes get flushed (analogy intended).

      mark311 in reply to TX-rifraph. | January 5, 2021 at 3:41 pm

      No the burden of proof lays with the party making the allegation (s). Having it the other way around is daft you’d end up with many malicious and baseless claims.

      The court cases this far haven’t just dismissed the case made by the Trump legal team they have thoroughly eviscerated the testimony, expert witnesses and legal arguments presented to them.

        MarkSmith in reply to mark311. | January 5, 2021 at 11:20 pm

        ..they have thoroughly eviscerated the testimony, expert witnesses and legal arguments presented to them.

        Ha, definitely a cat lover. I have seen zero eviscerate, nice try bot.

    It is the pity of the world that the internal rotting away of America, driven by the Left, is going to be effectively unopposed, because so many of the people who rightly oppose it, are gullible idiots. This charlatan Lin Wood knows his audience. They’ll believe anything. Present company excepted, of course.

The only way to be certain of something is to be able to prove it. If you can prove it, then you have sufficient evidence to remove doubt. If you have sufficient evidence to remove doubt, then why would you make the claims without showing the evidence to support the claims?

Maybe I’m wrong because I don’t understand PR/Media stuff, but I just can’t bring myself to hop on board claims that bold without seeing strong evidence. I don’t see how we can be expected to jump onboard unless/until the evidence is put out there.

    mark311 in reply to Dathurtz. | January 5, 2021 at 5:25 am

    You got it in one, is claims are nuts. Why would he not release the proof at the same time. Its an example of throwing shit and calling it a show.

    TX-rifraph in reply to Dathurtz. | January 5, 2021 at 7:06 am

    “The only way to be certain of something is to be able to prove it.”

    Certainty is not always possible. If I drop a quarter 1000 yards from the shore in Lake Superior, do you think you can find it? Do you think you can prove it is there?

    Carl Sagan said that the absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. Do you “prove” your innocence in a criminal trial? Logically, the state must prove its case. Same here in an election.

    In theory, a trial is set up to be run by runs to be fair and honest. It is designed that was. An election process must be set up to be fair and honest. In these states, it clearly was not. There is massive evidence that indicate fraud. The state is on the hook for evidence and they don’t have it. Just like a criminal trial.

      Dathurtz in reply to TX-rifraph. | January 5, 2021 at 8:13 am

      I think we should differentiate between the idea of certainty and the idea of an operating assumption. If I see you drop a quarter in the lake, then I can be certain a quarter was there for at least a while. If I come back a year later, I can operate under the assumption the quarter is at the bottom of the lake, but I can’t be certain of it.

      I can operate under the assumption that Roberts is compromised in some way, without being certain it is because he raped and murdered a child. Certainty would require a lot more evidence of that specific claim than just the claim itself being made.

      It is silly to expect reasonable people to accept large scale claims when those claims come without evidence other than that gut feeling we have that something is wrong. I think there is a large gap between “something is wrong here” to “I am certain that particular person did that particular thing” for most people.

Is Lin Wood being used to take down QAnon? If any of this is true, he needs to roll the film, or, STHU.

These seem like such bizarre accusations that it is really hard to believe them without some real proof. I have no doubt that Judge Roberts has been threatened somehow, but this? Wow.

    We never would have believed ANY of the nightmarish stuff coming out as a result of Trump being elected.

    A mafia – quite literally – runs America, as we’ve seen. That mafia does quite a bit of killing (hillary clinton’s ‘Arkancide’ is no joke – just ask Seth Rich).

    Imagine the worst – because it will be exposed, if the likes of Wood are not murdered first.

      Ask Seth Rich? His murder spawned a number of conspiracy theories which were totally baseless. If I remember rightly the family sued Fox news because fox news were full of shit.

        MarkSmith in reply to mark311. | January 5, 2021 at 7:06 pm

        Wow, where did you come from. Obviously you are not up to date on the news. Most recent doc release a few days ago has him alive for a few hours before he died. Look like FBI is covering a few little details up.

        So what if they sued Fox. Does not tell the real story. What we do know is Rich has access to key information and their are a lot of unanswered questions about his death. Doc release tells us things were not investigated.

          mark311 in reply to MarkSmith. | January 6, 2021 at 11:42 am

          I come from planet earth. I’m really not into unsubstantiated conspiratorial crap. The relevance of fox news getting sued is that they were spewing out those same nonsensical conspiratorial stories. That’s why fox news lost because they couldn’t substantiate the claims they made and nor can you.

Wow, he’s gone full bananas. Does anyone still doubt that he’s a prime loon?

Maybe we just misunderstood and it’s a crackpot, not a Kraken, that Sidney released.

Geez, except for Milhouse, I don’t recognize anyone posting here. I guess I have not been here in awhile.

I recommend that you watch this movie:

Also, I recommend that you watch this

It started when Webb wrote a series of three articles for the San Jose Mercury News in 1996 dubbed “Dark Alliance.” In his report, Webb — who had won a Pulitzer in 1989 for a different story — claimed that the CIA was partly responsible for bringing crack cocaine to the United States in the 1980s.

Webb conducted a year-long investigation during which he discovered that a San Francisco-based drug ring, which had ties to a CIA-sponsored Nicaraguan contra group called the FDN, sold cocaine to a dealer in South Central Los Angeles. The millions of dollars made from those sales were later used to fund a secret war against the leftist Sandinista regime. In short, Webb accused the CIA of being complicit in getting thousands of poor African-Americans addicted to crack in order to fund rebels in Central America.

Or read this:

You know what? Maybe Lin Wood is not as nutty as you think!

I dare you to watch out of the Shadows or read about Gary Webb!

Hey trolls are you from the CIA?

    mark311 in reply to MarkSmith. | January 5, 2021 at 11:15 am

    Sorry im confused what Gary Webb got to do with Lin Wood?

      MarkSmith in reply to mark311. | January 5, 2021 at 3:10 pm

      Gary Webb broke the story about drug running that the CIA was doing. The point is that the CIA or FBI will and could be doing illegal activity to justify their actions including supporting the sex trades.

      After I heard an NPR story about how the CIA was using GPS Fusion to shut down an independent WSJ investigative reporter about the drug dealings in South America the linkage to illegal activity became clear. Woods accusations are not that far fetched considering that the CIA was doing a great job of getting America hooked on crack cocaine in the 80’s and 90.

I remember seeing a television interview with Debbie Wasserman Schultz years ago where tears were literally streaming down her face, but the lady interviewer just grinned like an idiot and ignored her tears without question.

Our leaders have been and are compromised.

    It ain’t just our leaders: it’s our schools, our media, our military, and every 3-letter government agency. EVERY ONE OF THEM.

    We’ve got to get out before the killing starts.

    TX-rifraph in reply to Egghead. | January 5, 2021 at 7:14 am

    “Our leaders have been and are compromised.”

    I disagree. “Our leaders…” are not victims. They are corrupt people. The voters are the victims — willing victims where they voted for the corrupt “leaders.”

Even if everything Lin Wood says is both true and comes with bona fide proof it sounds crazy, and so probably shouldn’t be said, unless his actual goal is to torpedo Trump.

    MarkSmith in reply to randian. | January 4, 2021 at 7:13 pm

    How does it torpedo Trump? Read my previous post. The Intel Community is behind it all. The swamp is huge. This tells it all:

    The 10 intelligence agencies who have members employing this blackmail scheme include CCP, CIA, Mossad, FBI, MI6. The others are easily identifiable.

    The agencies do not which of them was hacked by Lizard Squad.@realDonaldTrump

    — Lin Wood (@LLinWood) January 4, 2021

    Why Trump is still alive in my question? I am surprise Intel have not taken him out like they did Kennedy.

    Air Cocaine: the Wild, True Story of Drug-Running, Arms Smuggling and Contras at a Backwoods Airstrip in the Clintons’ Arkansas

    As that Time magazine editor told his reporter Lawrence Zuckerman, this was precisely the kind of drug story that would end up on the front pages of American newspapers. But it turned out to be a setup, part of an elaborate sting operation concocted by Oliver North, the CIA, George Bush’s drug task force and a convicted drug runner named Barriman Alder Seal. It was Seal who had piloted the plane, equipped with CIA-installed cameras, to that Nicaraguan airstrip and brought the cocaine back to Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. In return for his services, Seal received more than $700,000 and a reduced sentence on pending drug convictions.

Lin Wood is off his meds. Poor guy. He really needs a keeper. Maybe Jill Biden can recommend one?

Unfortunately Lin Wood is wrong about some of the issues he is speaking of. However, the number of missing and and exploited children world wide is mind blowing.
Have you ever heard a politician say “ we need to bring the full power of the federal government to include the Intelligence agencies to find these children” No you haven’t….ever wonder why.

    MarkSmith in reply to GKD32. | January 4, 2021 at 7:19 pm

    What is he wrong about? Timothy Holmseth?

    Timothy Charles Holmseth Tholmseth FBI witness. Award winning news reporter. Pentagon Pedophile Task Force. JSOC. Helped take down Jeffrey Epstein. Uncovered Ukrainian Embassy baby sales. One

So is there anything true about what this guys writes?

Looks like Bush Sr. is caught up in this drug mess too. Makes sense since his connection with the CIA. Listen to the Gary Webb stuff I posted above.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to MarkSmith. | January 4, 2021 at 9:23 pm

    I’m confused since in your post above there is the statement that it was a deep State sting.

    Milhouse in reply to MarkSmith. | January 5, 2021 at 12:03 am

    No, there’s nothing true about it, and he’s a lunatic just like you.

    And no, GHWB had no connection to the CIA other than having been appointed its director for a short time. The CIA is controlled by Democrats and conspired to try to bring GWB (Jr) down.

      MarkSmith in reply to Milhouse. | January 5, 2021 at 3:22 pm

      Milhouse you are so predictable and simple minded. I dare you to trace the drug running story of Gary Webb and you will see a nice little connection with the Bushes and Clinton’s. There is loads of information about it out there. Do search on Gary Webb on cspan and check it out.

      One antiTrump guy that I give some credit to is Ray McGovern. McGovern said that Binney is a truthful guy so I give McGovern some credit.

      Clapper Admits Gross Intelligence Failure on Iraq WMDs But Still Escapes Justice

      November 15, 2018 “Information Clearing House” – Former National Intelligence Director James Clapper’s key role in helping the Cheney/Bush administration “justify” war on Iraq with fraudulent intelligence was exposed on Tuesday at the Carnegie Endowment in Washington. His own words were quoted back to him from his memoir “Facts and Fears: Hard Truths From a Life in Intelligence.” Hard truths, indeed.

      I discovered Ray McGovern when he was attacking the Russian BS and confronting Adam Schiff at a conference.

      Here is a nice little quote:

      By Ray McGovern

      — That Bill Casey, Reagan’s CIA Director, has largely succeeded in the objective he set forth at a cabinet meeting in Feb. 1981:
      “We’ll know when our disinformation program is complete, when everything the American public believes is false.”

      — The media is the cornerstone of the MICIMATT (Military-Industrial-Congressional-Intelligence-MEDIA-Academia-Think-Tank) complex. Wall Street and Silicon Valley, of course, fit under that rubric — as does what has become of the Democratic (as well as the Republican) Party.

        mark311 in reply to MarkSmith. | January 5, 2021 at 3:55 pm

        Milhouse is right, nothing you have stated makes any sense in context of what Lin Wood is saying.

          MarkSmith in reply to mark311. | January 5, 2021 at 5:10 pm

          Ha, must be a cat lover.

          The CIA and FBI have consistently operated outside the law in horrible ways. I provided you with examples of where they were doing it. To the point when actions of people like Clapper got thousands of innocent people killed based on a lie. Including in this killing are thousands of our service men and just as many were injured.

          Clapper Admits Gross Intelligence Failure on Iraq WMDs But Still Escapes Justice.

          Just think, the Intel community is willing to lie to have people blown up, what makes you think they would not blackmail people?

          Your a troll.

        mark311 in reply to MarkSmith. | January 5, 2021 at 5:23 pm


        Provided examples of the CIA misdeeds which is totally irrelevant to lin wood. The alleged actions of a totally different organisation is not relevant or evidence of the conspiracy theory put forward by lin wood.

          MarkSmith in reply to mark311. | January 5, 2021 at 11:31 pm

          It is not, then who is doing the blackmailing? It is not a far fetched when you look at the big picture.

          mark311 in reply to mark311. | January 6, 2021 at 11:47 am

          @mark smith

          Well for one you need to show there is blackmailing at a. And if there is black mail there is a whole universe of people and parties who could be guilty. You have shown precisely no relationship between the two. All you’ve done is said x is bad must be involved in y.

        Milhouse in reply to MarkSmith. | January 6, 2021 at 1:05 am

        I remember the crazy drug story from when it was first published, in the San Diego Mercury if my memory serves me, and it was just as insane then as it is now. You’re simply using one lunatic to prop up another one.

        Oh, and the race hustlers on the left picked up that story and ran with it, spinning it into a narrative that crack is a CIA attempt at genocide.

“traitor to we the people”

Us the people. It’s an apposition and both words have objective case as objects of “to.”

    Exiliado in reply to rhhardin. | January 4, 2021 at 8:39 pm

    He wrote

    “A traitor to We The People is exposed every few minutes these days.”

    You conveniently forgot to reproduce his capitalization of certain words in your (mis)quotation.
    “We the People” is a direct quotation from the Preamble to the Constitution. It is widely used as a noun-phrase and it and widely understood in meaning and significance by almost everybody, with the exception of some grammar nazis and some change-averse dinosaurs.

    I sincerely hope you are neither. The last thing We the People need is somebody trying to invalidate the Constitution because the founders “forgot” to use a coma between “We” and “the People” when they wrote it.

      rhhardin in reply to Exiliado. | January 4, 2021 at 9:06 pm

      The constitution used it properly in the subjective case, subject of “establish.” Here it’s required to be in the objective case, object of “to.”

      Nothing about commas

        rhhardin in reply to rhhardin. | January 4, 2021 at 9:07 pm

        Subject of “do ordain,” should have said.

        Milhouse in reply to rhhardin. | January 5, 2021 at 12:07 am

        Exiliado is correct. The constitution did indeed use it the way you say. But people referring to the constitution are using it very differently. They’re using it as it it were a proper noun, a title belonging to the body of US citizens considered as a whole. So the “We” is correct in that context.

    Barry in reply to rhhardin. | January 4, 2021 at 8:42 pm

    Grammar Nazi’s invariably screw things up.

      rhhardin in reply to Barry. | January 4, 2021 at 9:08 pm

      If “to we the people” doesn’t sound wrong to you, English is not your first language.

        txvet2 in reply to rhhardin. | January 4, 2021 at 11:58 pm

        It rings wrong on the ear, but it’s still proper usage because it’s a quoted phrase used as a single entity and the pronoun “we” isn’t to be considered individually. You’d be right if it weren’t a direct quote, but NOBODY would EVER say “Us the People” in this or any context referring directly to the Preamble.

Acid. LSD.

It’s the only reasonable explanation.

I think Mr Wood may have been cultivated by someone deep in the bowels of the deep state in order to spread information that discredits legitimate information. His “source” has been reliable so Mr. Wood believes them. But now they are using Mr Wood for what was always their end game.

Nick Sandman even said he doesn’t understand why Wood speak in such a way.

    So now your “authoritative source” is a Midwestern teenager? He’s about as “authoritative” as Greta Thunberg.

      My2centshere in reply to txvet2. | January 5, 2021 at 10:16 am

      The point of the comment was about someone who knows and has actual interactions with the man. Not just some random person hiding behind a keyboard. I think the “kid” has made some pretty great choices.

I don’t trust him. I think he’s a stealth anti-Trumper. He campaigned against Trump supporters voting in the Georgia election. And he’s off the wall now. I think he is undermining Trump, wasting his time and energy, but pretending to support him. I wish Trump could see through his act.

    txvet2 in reply to Sally MJ. | January 5, 2021 at 12:04 am

    I think it’s more likely he’s an opportunistic self-promoter looking to build his reputation.

      Milhouse in reply to txvet2. | January 5, 2021 at 12:11 am

      But he is discrediting anyone who still supports Trump. And Trump, by listening to him and repeating his insanities, gives them credence.

      The fact remains that there was a massive amount of fraud in the election. I have no idea whether it was enough to make the difference, but nothing will convince me that it wasn’t there or that it wasn’t significant. But every time someone reasonable starts to talk about this the Dems tar us with this lunatic’s brush, and use him as an excuse to ignore us.

        mark311 in reply to Milhouse. | January 5, 2021 at 5:33 am

        I’m curious as to why ‘nothing’ would convince you fraud didn’t happen?

        TX-rifraph in reply to Milhouse. | January 5, 2021 at 7:25 am

        “…enough to make the difference.”

        That is not the test. The test is whether the election process is fair and honest. Any fraud is evidence it was not. Only a fair and honest election process yields results that are political (rather than criminal). Only a result from a demonstrably (by design) fair and honest election should be certified. Otherwise a flush is in order if there is evidence of fraud of any amount as that is evidence of a design failure. It is actually not hard to get it right.

          mark311 in reply to TX-rifraph. | January 6, 2021 at 11:53 am

          Well you seem to be setting an impossible standard, no system is ever perfect. The overall state of the electoral system is pretty good from a fraud perspective. Trump’s own commission disbanded because they found so little evidence. The Heritage report had something like 1300 individual cases of fraud over 20 years that’s to say circa 65 individual fraud cases per year out of millions. So the threshold for reform of the election system needs to be two fold reduce fraud and without harm to the electorate ie voter suppression.

        SuddenlyHappyToBeHere in reply to Milhouse. | January 5, 2021 at 11:03 am

        “… nd Trump, by listening to him and repeating his insanities, gives them credence.”

        Not precisely. Trump repeating the nonsense shows that Trump himself has gone off the cliff of sanity.

I think Trump has shared information with Wood, and Wood is reacting like any one of us would if we saw it.

“Us the people” is exactly what the original is, an apposition, but in the objective case.

There is a lot of ground in between “there was some voter fraud” and “there is a child rape and snuff film blackmail conspiracy”. When did the comment sections of LI turn into Infowars? Can you conspiracy idiots just secede already?

I really do not know what to make of him. His rally with Powell was odd and had me questioning him and his motives.
I did listen to the entire fireside chat above, and he sounded more grounded and sane.
What was in those envelopes given out at the Bush funeral?

‘Her silence means her consent.’ – Mohammed regarding his ‘marriage to 5-6 year old Aisha. (Their method of counting years was shorter than ours, so Aisha was probably 5 years old.)

Also, who would believe that ‘modern’ people with an ancient religion would publicly condone an old man/men with herpes sucking on baby penises which can and has maimed and murdered babies who catch herpes – and that parents are literally expected to sacrifice the LIVES of TWO baby boys before parents are religiously ‘permitted’ to decline the ‘tradition’ of this absolute travesty?!

As an aside: Do the rabbis ride on camels, too? (An Islamic middle eastern ruler had asked religious men who then denied him ‘needed‘ permission to modernize, so he replaced their limos with camels to make his own point.)

Then, there are those rumors/reports of Chinese selling various body parts of imprisoned dissidents for transplants….

Communism + Capitalism = ???

1. Anyone who uses “we” as an object, instead of “us”, should be chained to a blackboard.
2. Lin the Lawyer is often useful but always egomaniacal.

Men who ‘marry’ five year olds are slime.

Men who risk passing – or actually pass – herpes to babies via penis sucking are slime. Herpes can be fatal to babies.

Based on these slimy middle eastern religious traditions, it’s completely believable that some men use child sex and murder to reward and/or blackmail other men.

When I was a teenager, I read Me, Robot by Isaac Asimov.
Are you stirred by the phrase, We the People? I am stirred by Us the People!

Powell, Wood, and Qanon are all part of the democrat/socialist/CCP plan to divide and conquer Republicans. The people that propagate and support these conspiracy stories are part of the real conspiracy and are evil.

Something else is happening here. Lin Wood is being allowed to speak because some evil people have a religious belief that YOUR knowledge of and silence about their evil actions absolves them from moral responsibility for their evil. Read Lin Wood’s words….

YOUR silence means YOUR consent….

Communication happens at the point of the receiver versus the point of the sender which leads to a catch-22. Various groups have clearly stated that they believe that your silence is your consent to their evil actions. You refuse their message but stay silent. They interpret your silence as your consent. They continue to perform evil actions with (near) impunity. Who won there?

Lin Wood may have helped influence history, by telling Republicans to stay home in Georgia, so that the Democrats would win, and take control of the Senate, as well as the House and Presidency.
The man either has the brains of a house plant, or is a plant in another sense.
All the paedophile/Satan-worship bs is to distract the low-IQ section of the conservative movement, which is, unfortunately, signficantly large.

Old Mo ‘married’ a 5-6 girl which was unusual at that time; so, when questioned Old Mo explained, ‘Her silence is her consent.’

When a European lady labeled Old Mo (whose behavior is an example of model behavior to his followers) as a pedophile, a European lady judge ruled that Old Mo was NOT a pedophile because he had ‘married’ the 5-6 year old.

Citing Old Mo’s example of child ‘marriage,’ some religious men perform temporary tourist ‘marriages’ between rich guys and young girls. Divorce is quick and easy for the rich guys at the end of the vacation.

Satanic? Check. Pedophile? Check.

The same type of men who would do this stuff would ALSO do other similar stuff like using child sexual exploitation as a reward and/or blackmail.