Lin Wood’s favorite QAnon Oracle hopes to get Trump forgiveness after pain pill program

Even in the weird world of QAnon conspiracy theorists, self-proclaimed deep state whistleblower Ryan Dark White has some crazy ideas.

Like other promoters of QAnon, White, who calls himself “John Here to Help” on Twitter, says that a cabal of Satanic government bureaucrats is looking for Donald Trump.

But he also claims that these same infamous actors broke into another dimension, where they discovered a sort of elemental spirit that is essentially the spirit of God, and then wrapped it up in a machine called “Project Deep Space 9.” “

“It’s the voice of God,” White, 52, said in a 2019 appearance on a QAnon podcast. “This is the original word, the first word, that was uttered to launch us into the universe.”

The interdimensional machine can be used to trick people like Pope Francis into believing they are receiving spiritual messages, White says, or it can heal physical illnesses. White claims he himself was cured by the device after being tortured by Deep State agents, but with a surprising consequence: a permanent change in the color of his eyes, from blue to gray.

“There were actually people who were very put off by this initially,” he said on the podcast. “I had to wear sunglasses.”

Despite his wacky ideas, or because of them, White has amassed a following in the world of pro-Trump conspiracy theorists. He has gained over 115,000 Twitter followers and has become a key source for Lin Wood, the notorious libel lawyer who has descended into the world of conspiracy theories as he pursues long-term attempts to reverse the President’s victory. elected Joe Biden.

White appears to be the basis for at least some of the bizarre claims Wood has made on Twitter about Chief Justice John Roberts, suggesting Roberts is involved in a child trafficking ring and tool of a sinister cabal. . These tweets, along with Wood’s call for Vice President Mike Pence to face a firing squad, prompted the Trump campaign and prominent Republicans to distance themselves from Wood.

Still, the Georgia attorney continued to promote White’s conspiracy theories.

“John is a truth giver”, Wood tweeted on December 26, referring his followers to White’s account. “Go to his account and read carefully. You will learn shocking and frightening truths. Many senior officials have to go to jail. Including [Chief Justice] John Roberts. The level of evil of our officials is appalling. “

In the closing days of the Trump administration, Wood seized White’s criminal record, which includes a 2015 federal charge in Maryland, as evidence of a deep state plot. In a December 28 tweet, Wood urged supporters of former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn to comb through White’s court cases, saying hidden transcripts in the case turned out to be theories of the unspecified plot.

“Bet the digital soldiers at @GenFlynn can (sic) have a field day with the cases in these cases,” Wood wrote, posting an image of White’s court file.

Monday, Wood claims that the long-awaited “kraken” revelations could be found in White’s criminal case, even claiming that Trump should use soldiers to seize court files.

“Documents must be seized before they are destroyed,” Wood tweeted. “Time is running out now if this part of the Kraken is to be successful.”

Wood’s claims fueled calls for Trump to forgive White, a campaign White also embraced. A White House petition asking Trump to forgive White for his work as a “patriotic whistleblower” and to provide proof of “the attempted coup against President Trump and General Flynn” has collected 7,000 signatures.

Outside of the feverish imaginations of QAnon fans, however, White is not a whistleblower standing up to the Deep State. Instead, he won his conviction in a much more mundane way: illegally possessing firearms and fraudulently branding huge amounts of opioids.

In the summer of 2015, DEA officers in Rosedale, Md., Monitored White as he went on his opioid rounds.

White had come to the attention of the DEA because he had been prescribed huge amounts of the opioid Zohydro, allegedly because he suffered from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

But as officers followed White, they noticed that he was inconsistent with how often he used a cane and appeared to be in pain. When he went to a drugstore to take pills or drop off a prescription, White appeared to move unsteadily with a cane, as if he was suffering from the disease and needed strong pain relievers. But when White walked into gas stations, walked around his apartment, or even walked for exercise in mall parking lots, he didn’t use a cane and looked healthy.

White’s act had helped him get 80,160 doses of Zohydro – an opioid so potent the state of Massachusetts tried to ban it – paid for with $ 142,911 from Medicare. White had complained to pharmacists that the pills no longer seemed to work for him – something that only became a problem for White, pharmacists told the DEA, because the drug’s formulation had been changed so that drug users can no longer sniff it faster. high. White was previously convicted in 2010 of intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, which further raised the suspicions of officers.

A raid on White’s apartment confirmed agents’ suspicions, revealing hundreds of cartridges, 14,000 Zohydro and Oxycodone pills, a pistol and several other firearms. White ultimately pleaded guilty to possession of prohibited ammunition and health care fraud, admitting in his plea that he “illegally obtained prescriptions for oxycodone and hydrocodone” by claiming to suffer from the symptoms of ALS.

White was sentenced to 27 months in jail as part of his deal, but he quickly turned to conspiracy theories, writing letters to the court claiming, without evidence, that prosecutors had spied on his conversations with his lawyers. The judges rejected White’s claims.

White was released from prison in March 2017, a former inmate with an uncertain future and more than $ 100,000 in debt to Medicare.

He started tweeting under the pseudonym “John Here to Help” in February 2018. Grasping the QAnon-style conspiracy theories then rising to the right, White began to carve out a new identity under his pseudonym, starting with a goalscorer. of ordinary opioids that broke the law to a heroic foe of the anti-Trump deep state.

In this new account, White claimed he discovered a deep interdimensional coup aimed at removing Trump from power – and QAnon believers ate it up. White’s character has also been adopted by Terpsichore Maras-Lindeman, another pseudo-whistleblower who serves as a featured witness to pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell’s electoral legal efforts.

White seems to be the source of many of Wood’s most outlandish claims about Roberts. According to a lawsuit that Wood’s former legal associates filed against him in September, Wood believes he will be chosen to replace Roberts as chief justice.

Wood took hold of a number of anti-Roberts theories that White promoted. While Wood did not respond to requests for comment, he echoed White’s specific claims, alleging that deceased billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein had arranged for Roberts adopt children, that Roberts suffered a suspicious injury to a Country Club, and that he had somehow advance knowledge of the death of the late judge Antonin Scalia.

White succeeds in turning even mundane interactions into water for his conspiratorial view of the world. Last Wednesday, a Daily Beast reporter called a number White has used in the past to register web domains. After a woman answered the phone, the reporter asked to speak to White about his request for forgiveness.

A man’s voice could be heard in the background asking who had called. The line was then interrupted.

Two minutes later, “John Here to Help” posted on Twitter that the Deep State was targeting his wife.

“They’re going after my wife now”, the account owner tweeted. “Phone calls, threats. Try to find its location. You made a mistake … “

As White’s profile has grown in the right-hand margin, he becomes increasingly vocal about his pardon requests for Trump, even revealing his real identity in December in an effort to gain support for his thanks. Any forgiveness could potentially get White out of his six-figure Medicare debt. An August 2020 record in White’s case indicated he still owed restitution money, although he did not specify how much.

“Please consider expanding your forgiveness a bit more to include me!” White wrote in a tweet to Trump on Dec. 23, garnering nearly 1,000 retweets.

Despite White’s making story of his belief and supposed ideas about conspiracy theories, Wood may not be done with him yet. Monday, white tweeted that Wood was “helping me get my information out.”

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