The drip: Wayfair, Ghislaine Maxwell and Steve Bing

Last night whilst I was tranquilly watching Anthony Bourdain’s Part’s Unknown, which will be discussed in another post, I saw on Instagram an alarming post about a connection between the online retailer Wayfair as a child sex trafficking front. Since the recent arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, there has been a series of stranger than usual QAnon type posts that have left me wondering about certain connections.

The arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell

When I looked up a stock photo for Ghislaine Maxwell to use for this post, I get absolutely nothing. So I tried ‘Jeffrey Epstein’, what populated was a series of celeb red carpet photos, interestingly enough, faces like Jim Carrey and Gene Simmons. But that search in the stock photo service I use also brings up a serious of infections diseases – a mono, a herpes virus that destroys the liver and something called ‘Epstein-Barr virus’.

Epstein-Barr Virus

I mean….whaaat? But I digress, I’m going down too many rabbit holes.

Ghislaine Maxwell, if you have no clue already, is Epstein’s former girlfriend turned madame and keeper of the keys to the island. Maxwell allegedly recruited girls as young as 14 to become sex slaves to the wealthy and powerful.

The arrest last week has triggered the QAnon masses to post things like Anthony Fauci’s wife related to Maxwell. And, of course, she is a suicide risk. Those of us who are studying what the asleep call ‘conspiracy theories’ collectively felt a little uncomfortable knowing that something revelatory was going to follow. The question was whether it was going to be for the forces of good, or continue to cover the big secret. The truth is, if this whole global elite sex child trafficking is not true (you have to be a fool at this stage to believe that) isn’t it worth investigating?


As mentioned, Wayfair is an online retailer, that focuses on home products. And yesterday there were murmurings of something going on. The site is selling products such as cabinets and pillows for ridiculous prices. Regular everyday throw pillows for $11,000 and cabinets for up to $13,000?

Maybe the pillows are filled with gold flakes

The revelation happens when you type the SRC code in the Yandex search engine. Yandex is a search engine like Google and Bing, but powered by, you guessed it, the Russians!

What populates is a barrage of photos of underage children. Btw, if you type in these codes in Google or, you will not get these results.

Oh yeah, there’s also a Tom Hanks connection

More about Wayfair and founder Niraj Shah

  • Partly owned by Niraj Shah an American-born billionaire who was once the director of the Federal Reserve in Boston.
  • In 2018, Andrea Jung was appointed to Wayfair’s board of directors. In 2010, Jung received the Clinton Global Citizen Award for her ‘leadership in solving global issues’.
  • In 2019, Wayfair employees organized a ‘walkout’ to protest the company’s bed sales to migrant camps and detention centres.
  • Niraj’s wife, Jill Shah, sold her website, a site that claimed to provide unbias reviews of ‘alternative medicine practitioners’ on April 15, 2010, the same day as the Boston Marathon bombing.
  • In 2016, Wayfair extended it’s international shipping to Canada and Western Europe

The Hanx connection

In May 2019, actor Issac Kappy died, the authorities calling in a suicide. Who is Issac Kappy? He’s an actor who called out alleged pedophiles in Hollywood. One of those names was Tom Hanks.

And Hanx posted this weird photo of a lonely glove next to the letters ‘SRC USA’, which, mind-blowingly, if you type that in Yandex you get….surprise….photos of little girls.

Get your sick bucket because it’s going to get dark

It’s not just Wayfair either. I looked up ‘pillows’ on Amazon, filtering from most expensive and this is what I found.

Click on the fancy pillow image to see the Amazon item

I typed in the src and the name of the pillow. I will not post what I found, due to the sensitivity and age of the children. But here are some of the comments on this item in Amazon.

Notice how some of these commenters mention the ‘boxes’. This reminds me of the pizzagate code. Everything is code.

Oh and just to throw this out there, the company that’s selling the pillow is called Downright and their website is super sketchy.

Steve Bing and other weird coincidences

You might know who he is, but when I was going down a rabbit hole I found an article about him that piqued my interest. Steve Bing was an American film producer. When he was 18, he inherited $600 million from his grandfather. In 2001, the Daily Mail posted an article about him calling him a ‘playboy with a seedy side‘. He was friends with all the good ole’ boys, including, of course, Bill Clinton. Some of his friends talked about the insatiable sexual appitite he had. Oh, and he also had a kid with actress Elizabeth Hurley, who recently wore a scarlet silk dress to commemorate Bing. Side note – red silk is significant in the Illuminati world (Rothschild means ‘red sheild’ in German, start there).

Bing died last month and it was ruled a suicide. He apparently jumped out of a window. He ran in the same circles as Jeffrey Epstein, and this Mirror article claims that Bing’s girlfriend urged him to tell all about what was going on. Did Bing really kill himself?

And what about that strange incident with Glee actress Naya Rivera? Is her presumed death connected somehow? She is presumed drowned in Lake Piru, California. A few weeks ago, I was reading an article about the curse of the Glee cast. Rivera once dated known pedo, and fellow Glee actor, Mark Salling. She wrote a book called ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’ that exposed a dark reality of her time on the show.

I let you sit with all these connections, or non connections. There seems to be new discoveries coming out by the minute. Follow Rule of Civilty on Twitter for Tweets and retweets.

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