How did Amy Coney Barrett adopt children from Haiti? At the time, Amy Coney Barrett was in poor health and doctors said that she may never be able to walk again. Here in the United States disabled people lose custody of their children due to poor health conditions every day. This is not a post advocating for abortions such as the articles that are seen in the mainstream media, but rather a post to raise awareness of the practice of unethical and illegal adoptions.
A Background on Haitian Adoptions
Not many people know how unethical most adoptions are, and Kylie Cheung doesn’t seem to be an exception. She is, however, bringing out the dirt on Amy Coney Barrett over the abortion issue with Roe V Wade being overturned, and mentioned that there are questions about how Amy Coney Barrett adopted children from Haiti, and asked what adoption agency she used.
Not that many Americans know that most Haitians do not understand what adoption is. There is no word for adoption in their language. When children are taken from Haitian people and given to Americans, the Haitian family usually thinks that it means their children are going to the United States to receive an education and that they will be cared for while they are here. Adoption is presented as a kindness from people associated with charitable organizations. Little do the Haitians know that there is no plan for them to ever see their children again. Unless the adoptive parent from the United States allows the children to visit their families and finances visitation with the biological family there is usually no contact. Haitians are then left wondering why their children never returned from the school the charitable organizations say they are taking them to.
Click here to read more about why Haitians have been more than upset over questionable charitable organizations from the United States. Basically, the United States’ own Laura Silsby-Gayler from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and the Amber Alert system was arrested and charged with kidnapping Haitian children. 22 of the 33 Haitian children that Laura Silsby-Gayler kidnapped and planned to sell through the adoption industry that Hillary Clinton created in 1997 with ASFA (Adoption and Safe Families Act) had families and were not orphans.
CNN reported that Silsby had attempted to smuggle 40 children out of Haiti before and gotten in trouble. Hillary and Bill Clinton stepped in to get the missionaries released and although prosecutors wanted Silsby to do a light little six-month sentence, charges were reduced to “arranging irregular travel”.
The Sunday Times reported that Bill Clinton intervened and was successful in making a deal with the Haitian government that allowed all 10 “missionairies” to be released. The next day, the New York Times reported that Silsby’s lawyer, Jorge Puello, was suspected of leading an international human trafficking ring. Puello was wanted in the United States, El Salvador and Costa Rica for trafficking Central Americans and Haitians. He was later arrested. His wife was already in custody in El Salvador.
88% of children rescued in sex trafficking operations were trafficked from state custody!
Does anyone ever wonder why Amber Alerts almost always report children kidnapped by a family member and why we never see reports of missing foster children? Laura Silsby came back to the United States, changed her last name to Gayler, and got a job working with the Federal Government on FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (IPAWS) as Vice President of AlertSense. AlertSense issues the Amber Alerts that we see. Could that be why we never see Amber Alerts for foster children that most likely do not have a family member that even knows that they are missing because the states hide them from family members? A year or so ago Laura Silsby-Gayler kind of just found something else to do and no one seems to be sure what she is up to now. She is not listed as working with AlertSense or NCMEC any longer.
People of Praise
Why shouldn’t we question whether or not Amy Coney Barrett adopted children out of Haiti legally and ethically. Her being a member of a cult that is accused of sexually abusing children for decades, and even being accused of sexual abuse herself just a few years ago is certainly enough to raise an eyebrow or two.
The People of Praise cult that Amy Coney Barrett is a member of requires members to live together, share their incomes, and The Guardian reports that the founders of the People of Praise cult, Dorothy and Kevin Ranaghan showered with their own children. Cynthia Carnick, who is suing her husband for custody of their children says that the Ranaghans practiced sexual displays in front of their children and other adults that live with them. Amy Coney Barrett lived with them while she was in college, so let’s ask questions. At least six people claim physical and sexual abuse from the People of Praise.
Abuse complaints about the cult are not something new. There are decades of reports from former members that claim they were physically and sexually abused by members of People of Praise. “Another affidavit by a woman who had lived with Kevin and Dorothy Ranaghan in the 1970s confirms that she also witnessed inappropriate sexual behavior from the Ranaghans, and details the extreme control Kevin had over her life,” in an article from Kylie Cheung;
“When I was part of the People of Praise I was in full life submission to Kevin Ranaghan, under full obedience to him and he exercised this authority over most areas of my life. For example, we were ‘in common’ financially, which meant that I had to hand over my paycheck to Kevin Ranaghan and he would decide on how that paycheck would be used. Kevin Ranaghan controlled my dating relationships, deciding who and when I should date.”
Amy Coney Barrett
Justice Barrett lived in the Ranaghans and served in a leadership capacity as a handmaid or female adviser to the group’s other female members, and from 2015 to 2017, Barrett served on the Trinity Schools board, which requires its members to belong to the People of Praise,” reports Kylie Cheung
Now, because abortion activists are publicizing Amy Coney Barrett adopting children out of Haiti, and being a member of a cult that sexually abuses children, Let’s ask, “Did Amy Coney Barrett go through a reputable adoption agency to adopt children out of Haiti and bring them to the United States?”. Is she guilty of sexually abusing children herself? This is not about abortion “rights” or LGTBQ. This is about adopted children that may have been illegally adopted if not unethically adopted into a sexual deviant household.
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