Man PREDICTED Trump’s failed assassination — but is he really a ‘prophet’?

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As rumors swirl around the failed assassination of Donald Trump, one Christian “prophet” is going viral for predicting the event months ago.

The man, Brandon Biggs, claimed that he saw an attempt on Trump’s life.

“The bullet flew by his ear and it came so close to his head that it busted his eardrum,” Biggs said. “He fell to his knees during this time frame and he started worshiping the Lord. He got radically born again.”

While it’s eerie how similar the vision is to what actually happened, there are pieces of the story that don’t quite add up.

And Allie Beth Stuckey of “Relatable” isn’t buying it.

“It sounds similar to what happened over the weekend, but that doesn’t cut it for a prophet of God,” Stuckey explains. “A true prophet of God who received a vision from God — which I will always have the utmost skepticism about and you should too — will be right. They will be 100% right.”

“They won’t say something that is similar to something that happened. I don’t think that Trump blew his eardrum. I didn’t hear anything about that. Did he really drop to his knees, start worshiping God? I mean, I guess this person could say that was a metaphorical part of the vision.”

“Look, in these chaotic and crazy times, there are always going to be people who will capitalize on your fear to tell you that God has given them some kind of vision,” she continues, adding, “Again, if they are from God, they are going to be 100% right. I don’t know anyone who fits the bill.”


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Is the FDA experimenting on postpartum mothers? This doctor says YES

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All new mothers are screened usually multiple times for postpartum depression following the birth of a child. It’s a condition that, according to studies, is the most common childbirth complication.

When it’s determined that a woman is suffering from postpartum depression, she is often prescribed selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors, which are commonly used to treat depression.

But how effective are these kinds of drugs? And are they safe?

According to Dr. Roger McFillin, clinical psychologist and co-host of the “Radically Genuine” podcast, who’s outspoken on the dangers of modern psychiatry, not only are they not necessarily effective, but they’re technically “experimental.”

The FDA is Experimenting on Postpartum Women | Guest: Dr. Roger McFillin | Ep 1031youtu.be

“This is what your audience should know,” he tells Allie Beth Stuckey. “There are no approved SSRI/anti-depression drugs for postpartum depression … The FDA is corrupt and has approved drugs that harm people routinely throughout history, so when they don't have a drug that's approved, understand that [prescribing SSRIs for postpartum mothers] is an experimental medical intervention.”

Further, “SSRIs pass through the breastmilk,” and “they absolutely impact fetal development,” contributing to “neurodevelopmental problems, cognitive disorders, autism,” says Dr. McFillin, adding that “the published research on that is clear.”

Babies of mothers who take SSRIs while pregnant “are born dependent and in withdrawal on SSRIs — it's published literature,” he explains.

“I would never, for a family member, for a friend, for a client, under any circumstances — any circumstances at all” recommend “a psychiatric drug while pregnant because it's going to impact the baby,” he says.

As for postpartum depression, Dr. McFillin says “it’s a cultural problem,” but the “significant hormonal change” following birth can be treated “nutritionally, with sleep, [and] with family being around.”

According to him, what we modernly understand as postpartum depression is actually “created in [the] consciousness” and is driven by our “fear-based culture” that attempts to convince new mothers that if they’re struggling, they’re going to harm their baby. This fear then steers them toward the medical system, where they unknowingly agree to “experimental mind- and mood-altering drugs that haven’t been researched longterm.”

To learn more, watch the episode above.

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ANOTHER whistleblower exposes Texas Children’s Hospital, but this time, it's about the illegal use of Medicaid for secret trans program

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You might remember the whistleblower Dr. Eithan Haim, who exposed Texas Children’s Hospital for secretly continuing illegal transgender procedures. In May 2023, Haim anonymously shared redacted medical documents with journalist Christopher Rufo, who blew the lid off the story. But Haim was nonetheless indicted on four counts for violating HIPAA — even though the substantiative documents he provided omitted all confidential information.

Now, another whistleblower has come forward. Her name is Vanessa Sivadge, a pediatric nurse and former employee of Texas Children’s Hospital who also witnessed medical staff illegally continuing its transgender medicine program.

When Rufo’s story went public, Vanessa anonymously corroborated the reports.

The FBI targeted Haim first before turning its gaze toward Vanessa for being an accomplice in his reporting, which was impossible, considering Haim shared the information with Rufo anonymously.

But thanks to her courage and trust in God, Vanessa did not allow the FBI to intimidate her. Just a few weeks ago, she blew the whistle on Texas Children’s Hospital for using Medicaid to fund its illegal transgender medicine program.

This time, however, she is “bravely sharing her name, her face, and her story in the hopes that she will play a part in dismantling this destructive part of our medical system,” says Allie Beth Stuckey, who sat down with Vanessa to hear the details of the story.

This Hospital is Committing Medicaid Fraud for Puberty Blockers | Guest: Vanessa Sivadge | Ep 1029youtu.be

“I have witnessed numerous examples of Texas Children's Hospital committing Medicaid fraud by using Medicaid to cover transgender treatments and hormones and also the misdiagnosing of transgender patients for the purpose of using Medicaid,” she tells Allie.

“Discrepancies in the paperwork” clued Vanessa in that “Texas Children's Hospital [was] using Medicaid to cover transgender treatments,” which “is illegal per the Texas Medicaid policy.” She also observed doctors “intentionally misdiagnosing transgender patients for the purpose of justifying cross-sex hormones.”

“I'll give you an example — a healthy 16-year-old male was said to have an estrogen deficiency as the official diagnosis, and that then allowed the doctor to prescribe estrogen to this healthy boy” under Medicaid, she recounts.

To hear more of Vanessa’s story, including where she’s at today, watch the episode above.

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Cancer patients are younger than ever — and this doctor knows why

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Cancer was once a disease that was mostly reserved for older populations, but that’s no longer the case. Diagnoses of the disease have skyrocketed among young people in the United States in the past 10 to 20 years.

Functional integrative physician and medical director of Cancer Center for Healing and Center for New Medicine Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy has the answer as to why that is.

“There’s a study that shows the increase in specifically colorectal cancer for young people,” Allie Beth Stuckey tells Connealy. “It used to be that was a type of cancer reserved for very old people, really, all types of cancer used to be more just an old-person problem. But that’s becoming less and less true.”

Connealy knows that much of the answer lies in what we consume.

“They’re not eating the right foods. They’re eating foods with lots of chemicals and toxins and seed oils, and you know, most of them are probably deficient in vitamins and minerals,” she explains.

But it’s not just seed oils and toxins.

“Parasites, all bugs, can contribute to the scenario of cancer,” Connealy explains. “And so, American doctors don’t think you can have parasites, because we have this clean, sterile, society, right?”

“But of course not,” she continues, explaining that commonly consumed food, like sushi, contains parasites.

“It’s something that, you know again, is one of the contributing causes to cancer. So, you know, cancer isn’t just one disturbance. It’s the perfect storm that’s creating this chaotic environment,” she says.

Unfortunately, doctors in the American medical system aren’t trained to address problems at the source.

“Doctors are taught a very indoctrinated version of medicine,” Connealy says. “In medical medical you’re taught how the body works, then the pharmacology that you use on the diagnosis you’re making, and then you may need surgery in some cases if it’s a diseased organ.”

While doctors aren’t taught to address the food patients are eating or the toxins they surround themselves with, they also aren’t taught to address stress levels.

“I’ve never met a patient where the doctor told the patient they need to change their eating and they need to address their stress,” she adds.


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Chrissy Teigen cries tears of joy over abortion; says it gives women ‘hope’ and ‘a future’

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When Chrissy Teigen announced that she had suffered a miscarriage at 20 weeks pregnant, people around the world rallied in support.

However, Teigen then claimed that the miscarriage was actually an abortion.

“I told you all we had a miscarriage because I thought that’s what it was, but it was an abortion. We were heartbroken and grateful all at once. It just took me over a year to realize it,” Teigen wrote in a post on X.

Now, Teigen has doubled down on her abortion activism — and was even invited to the White House by Vice President Kamala Harris to be a part of an event on “abortion rights.”

“Hearing stories from your clinic, hearing that so many women come in there, and it’s not place of sadness all the time, it’s not a place where people are feeling at their darkest points or anything like the world wants you to think. People go in there with so much hope and so much —,” Teigen said, sitting down with Harris before beginning to cry.

“Sorry,” she continued through tears, “and so much excitement because they know that they have a future.”

Allie Beth Stuckey is horrified.

“You know what I thought about while she was talking? I thought about Jeremiah 29:11, when God says, ‘for I know the plans I have for you, plans to give you a hope and a future,'” Stuckey says.

“It is so like Satan to take the word of God and then to pervert it, to give it the exact opposite meaning. Here she is talking about the slaughter of innocent children as she is saying that murder gives these women a hope and a future,” she continues.

“First of all, what about the hope and the future of the babies that are about to be poisoned or dismembered?”


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Public school WIN: Ten Commandments now REQUIRED in all Louisiana classrooms

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The state of Louisiana has just become the first state to require the Ten Commandments to be displayed in public school classrooms. Those who reject the change are claiming this violates separation of church and state as well as the First Amendment.

While Allie Beth Stuckey believes the negative reaction is “understandable,” she calls it the “wrong way to think about this story.”

The legislation was signed into law by Louisiana's Republican Gov. Jeff Landry last Wednesday. The law requires a posterized display of the Ten Commandments in a large, easily readable font in all public classrooms, from kindergarten to state-funded universities.

Each poster will be paired with a four paragraph context statement explaining how the Ten Commandments were a prominent part of American public education for almost three centuries.

Opponents, like the ACLU, claim the law will “keep children who have different beliefs from feeling safe at school.”

“The ACLU is extremely communist in nature, and it consistently is on the side of opposing constitutional rights if that means defending progressivism. They are much closer to progressive ideologues than they are to constitutionalists,” Stuckey explains.

While detractors claim the law violates the separation of church and state, Stuckey notes that “the separation of church and state is a principle, a concept, that is not found in the Constitution.”

“It’s not found in the Declaration of Independence,” she continues. “That phrase is found in a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Danbury Baptist in 1802.”

“It is a principle that was established, that was acknowledged really, more for the protection of the church, so that the state would not pray upon the church, more than the church praying upon the state,” she adds.

While she disagrees with the detractors, she has a theory as to why they’re so against the move.

“They do not want students to think that America is exceptional, that it was based on really good, timeless, tested, and true values, that it was Christianity that led the charge of abolition, that it was Christianity that forged Western civilization, that established the concept of human rights, that completely upended the godless, pagan, cruel, human sacrificing world and created every good thing that we have today,” Stuckey explains.

Rather, they want to “teach kids to be sexually deviant, communist activists.”

“It’s really not about the First Amendment at all, because these same people, who are so concerned about the First Amendment when it comes to this, I mean, they would arrest you for misgendering a dude so fast,” she adds.


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Weed is getting stronger — and it could make you schizophrenic

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Marijuana may be treated like a harmless recreational drug — but its effects can be devastating.

“There are people who say that it’s really helped them,” Allie Beth Stuckey says. “I’ve also talked to some medical professionals who say that medical marijuana is not a thing.”

While Stuckey believes weed dims the potential of users and renders them fat and lazy, that’s not her only issue with the drug.

Not only is marijuana one of the most used drugs in the U.S., it has a horrifying effect on some people who are otherwise told it’s a harmless drug.

In one study published in May led by researchers from the University of Toronto, it was found that there was an 11-times higher risk of developing a psychotic disorder among teenagers who used cannabis compared with those who did not.

When the analysis was limited to just emergency room visits and hospitalizations, there was a 27-fold increase in psychotic disorders in teenagers who had used marijuana.

In separate Danish and British studies, a link was found between heavy marijuana use and psychiatric disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.

Several other studies reflect similar findings, while doctors have begun sounding the alarm on marijuana use and psychosis.

“It’s not harmless, it’s not innocent, it causes all kinds of problems, and as I said, it can lead to the use of drugs, and with the availability, accessibility of drugs today because of their legality, you are setting your child up for failure,” Stuckey tells parents who might believe that weed isn’t an issue.

The drug is especially dangerous now that a lot of it is laced with fentanyl, which Stuckey says is a “consequence of open borders.”

“THC levels in marijuana have been getting stronger for decades, so it’s not the same, it’s not the same as what you saw maybe 30 years ago when it really was just ski bums getting a little high,” Stuckey says.


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Companies are pulling back on ‘Pride’ — is it an election-time conspiracy?

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As Pride Month nears its end, Allie Beth Stuckey has made an interesting observation.

“None of the businesses I frequent have Pride stuff out this year. Most of them did last year. One in particular had a whole rainbow apparel display — this year, nothing. Anyone else see the same thing?” Stuckey wrote in a post on X.

Even Target has stopped selling Pride apparel in many of its stores. Stuckey received a photo from one of her followers of patriotic red, white, and, blue merchandise for sale at the retail giant instead of the rainbow-slogan-adorned T-shirts and children's clothes they were pushing last year.

“It actually had a sign instead that was a patriotic, red, white, and blue sign that said, you know, ‘Thank you for your service.’ It was a message to veterans, which I think is incredible,” Stuckey explains.

“I think that is really interesting,” she adds, noting that it could be a sign of something bigger and better.

“Some people are saying, well, it’s an election year, and so they’re trying to not scare people away because it is just so in your face to the point where even centrists are like, ‘Ok, can we not, does everything have to be gay in June, can’t something just, like, be neutral?’” Stuckey says.

"And so some people are saying, ‘Oh, you know it’s a conspiracy or it’s an organized effort to try to tone it down this year so people don’t freak out before the election,’” she adds.

However, she doesn’t buy it.

“That may be true, but I doubt that all of these local businesses and some of the businesses that I’ve been in, that they’re all part of some grand organized effort to tone down Pride in an election year,” she says, noting that she has her own theory as to why companies have toned it down.

“I really think it’s because of the push back and the backlash, I really do, and I think that’s a great thing,” she says.


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Megachurch pastor confesses to ‘inappropriate sexual behavior’ with a MINOR

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Megachurch Pastor Robert Morris has stepped down from his position at Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, after a horrific confession.

In his own words, Morris admitted to engaging in “inappropriate sexual behavior with a young lady.”

However, that “young lady” was only 12 years old at the time. The accuser, Cindy Clemishire, revealed in a post on the church watchdog site the Wartburg Watch what Morris had done to her in 1982.

Clemishire is now 54.

“I want you to pay close attention to what he said, that he has confessed to ‘inappropriate sexual behavior with a young lady.’ So, that implies that this was some kind of consensual interaction with a woman, but that’s not what went on,” Allie Beth Stuckey says, disturbed.

Morris also claimed that he had stepped down from his prior position in 1987 for a time of counseling and was forgiven before being restored to the ministry.

According to Clemishire, the first time she was assaulted by Morris was when he was 21 years old and a married traveling evangelist with a young son. The abuse lasted over four years.

Morris — who had befriended her family — had allegedly asked her to lie down on her back one night, before he proceeded to touch her inappropriately. The sexual misconduct had escalated to digital rape over the years, before he attempted to have sex with her on multiple occasions.

Clemishire had originally attempted to sue Morris in 2005, when Pastor Morris’ attorney implied that it was her fault for being “flirtatious.” They then offered her $25,000 if she signed a nondisclosure agreement, but she refused.

“He may have turned away from that and may have never done that again, maybe,” Stuckey says. "That would be extremely unique when it comes to these stories of pedophilic molestation. Like that would be extremely, extremely, unique.”

“I hope that is true. I hope that there are no other victims. It may be true that he turned around after that from that sin and he never committed that sin again, please God I hope that is true,” she continues, adding, “However, real repentance in this case would have included justice under the law.”


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