Chris Butler has allegedly manipulated elections involving at least five Cult candidates for Federal Office: Kathy Hoshijo, Bill Penaroza, Rick Reed, Mike Gabbard, and now Tulsi Gabbard. There were even more candidates for local offices. So, young Tulsi has benefitted from the experiences of her fellow cult members while Butler has gotten smarter about funneling money to his candidates. I’ve just uncovered some documents related to the funds funneled to the 1992 US Senate campaign of “Republican” Rick Reed. You might recall Reed is the one who attempted to frame the venerable Senator Inouye.
This new documentation could be a surprise to those involved because they probably thought their words and actions would remain hidden. I’m writing about this now because Richard Bellord, the Cuckold ex-husband of Wai Lana, was the person funneling the money to Rick Reed. Bellord is the real father of Chris Butler’s step-son and heir-apparent, Siddha Bellord, and probably has more to hide than just this one instance.
In 1992, Rick Reed and his wife, Jenn Reed, were accused of campaign finance violations in a formal complaint to the FEC. This serious complaint was filed by the Democratic Party of Hawaii. Jenn Reed, who was Rick Reed’s campaign manager, lied about the funds probably figuring that there was no way that Richard Bellord would ever be suspected. The FEC found no cause without knowing the whole story. Twenty-plus years later it is now possible to connect some dots. One such “dot” is that Reed used the address of 55 Kukui Street, which is also the address used by Tulsi Gabbard. I wonder if we will find more dots to connect in the campaign of Tulsi Gabbard to more scandal.
Take a look at this new evidence and download the PDF file of the FEC record if you care to. You can also watch the Rick Reed “travelogue”, Christmas in the Philippines, and decide yourself if anyone would make that video expecting a profit. I don’t know if legal charges are still a possibility (perjury, for example), but there is some satisfaction in exposing the money trail.
YouTube video of Rick Reed:
Rick Reed in 1992