Nurse SPEAKS OUT – FBI Threatens Her? (Video)

( – After blowing the whistle on illegal activities at Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH), Texas nurse Vanessa Sivadge has made serious allegations about the FBI visiting her home to threaten her.

Watch the video below.

According to investigative journalist Christopher Rufo, Sivadge observed a significant increase in “transgender children” receiving treatment at TCH from 2021.

She also revealed the hospital used taxpayer money to fund gender-affirming care in violation of state law.

“In the cardiac clinic, we were taking sick kids and making them better,” Sivadge recounted to Rufo. “In the transgender clinic, it was the opposite. We were harming these kids.”

Sivadge’s distress escalated when she contacted Rufo in a state of panic two months after her initial disclosure. “The FBI had sent two special agents, Paul Nixon and David McBride, to her home,” Rufo wrote.

“The agents knocked on the door, asked her about ‘some of the things that have been going on at [her] work lately,’ and then asked to enter her home. She was terrified,” he continued.

During the visit, agents reportedly told Sivadge she was a “person of interest” in an investigation focused on identifying the whistleblower who had exposed TCH’s transgender child program.

“They threatened me,” Sivadge revealed. “They promised they would make life difficult for me if I was trying to protect the leaker. They said I was ‘not safe’ at work and claimed that someone at my workplace had given my name to the FBI.”

This account is similar to what happened to Dr. Ethain Haim, another TCH employee who had earlier leaked documents regarding the hospital’s practices.

Haim also reported an FBI visit to his home where he was told he was a “potential target” in a federal probe.

“I was given a target letter signed by a federal prosecutor that stated I was being criminally investigated for a case regarding medical records,” he stated. Haim described the FBI’s actions as “a blatant attempt at political intimidation.”

In response to his truth-telling, Haim told Fox News’s Laura Ingraham, “It’s because I had told the truth, and that’s one of the things — if you counter the dominant political ideology, they’re going to come after you,” and mentioned that his life savings were “wiped out” due to legal expenses.

Haim has since been indicted for allegedly violating HIPAA medical privacy laws, pleading not guilty to the charges.

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