Texas Nurse Says FBI Threatened Her For Exposing Child Sex-Change Operation

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FBI agents reportedly threatened and intimidated a nurse in Texas after she exposed the Texas Children’s Hospital’s ongoing child sex change operations.

The nurse, Vanessa Sivadge, alerted journalist Chris Rufo last year that the hospital’s child gender clinic was still actively diagnosing children with “gender dysphoria” and recommending pharmaceutical and surgical options days after Texas AG Ken Paxton ordered it shut down.

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

“Then, two months after I spoke with her for that story, Sivadge called me in a panic,” Rufo wrote in an article this week.

“The FBI had sent two special agents, Paul Nixon and David McBride, to her home. 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. (The FBI declined to comment.)”

Sivadge was informed she was a “person of interest” in a case pursuing the Texas Children’s Hospital whistleblower that exposed the child gender clinic, who they claimed violated privacy laws.

“They threatened me,” Sivadge told Rufo. “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.”

After the visit, Sivadge later went on to discover the hospital appeared to be billing transgender services to the state taxpayer-funded welfare health service Medicaid, which specifically prohibits use of funds for gender-affirming care.

A Texas Medicaid expert consulted by Rufo concluded, “Based on the facts we have, the only reasonable conclusion is that Texas Children’s Hospital was using Texas Medicaid funds to pay for ‘gender-affirming care,’ contrary to Texas law.”

Revelations of Sivadge’s FBI visit come as armed federal agents this week arrested Dr. Ethain Haim, who they suspect to be the initial whistleblower who had leaked documents exposing Texas Children’s Hospital’s continuance of its sex-change program.

“Standing in that courtroom and hearing those words, ‘facing up to 10 years in federal prison,’ is terrifying,” Haim said in an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham this week. “You think about everything I could miss, my family, the birth of my first daughter, the first few years of her life. But there’s something greater to fear, and that’s the fear of not doing something.”

“What kind of world is that going to be if we don’t stand up?” Haim continued. “We need to win because, if we lose, the door closes permanently on whistleblowers in the healthcare system.”

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