Just last week, Dr. Kimberly Quinlan Lindsey, a top CDC official, was arrested and charged with two counts of child molestation and one count of bestiality. Lindsey and her boyfriend Thomas Joseph Westerman, apparently involved a six year old in their sexual deviancies and when police went to arrest them and searched their home, they found pictures of Lindsey having sex with her pets. There is a reason God allowed people like this to be stoned to death in the old testament. God in His wisdom knew that this kind of behavior requires a disgustingly deviant personality that would spread like a disease if uncontrolled from the first sign of it. This woman and her boyfriend has ruined the life of a very young child and possibly exposed that child to unquestionably distorted behaviors that will likely haunt that child for life.
Bestiality is known to cause miscarriages in pregnant women, and only God knows what kinds of diseases might be spread to humans by this kind of behavior. And this behavior coming from a high official in the CDC, tells me she has little regard for public safety and disease control. We depend on the CDC to give us truth concerning diseases and vaccinations which help prevent them, but if this is the kind of leadership they have, who can we trust? The CDC has been implicated in many cover-ups, including the link to multiple vaccinations and Autism. None of us should just take their word for anything anymore, but we should do our own thorough research when confronted with a disease or a vaccination to prevent one. If bestiality was okay with a CDC official, then what else would be considered a non-threat by them?
Diseases linked to bestiality – Worms, fleas, ticks, salmonella, campylobacteriosis, viruses which theoretically can mutate and cause new medical problems.
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- Police arrest CDC official for child molestation, bestiality (cnn.com)