Convicted sex offender David Todeschini claims top Democrats and Hollywood a-listers are "pedophiles," and James Bond becomes Wisconsin's first LGBT cabinet secretary.
Convicted Sex Offender, QAnon Activist Says Top Democrats and Hollywood A-Listers are 'Pedophiles'
David Todeschini, 70, appeared in journalist and YouTuber Andrew Callaghan’s directorial debut, “This Place Rules,” where he was asked about his conviction in New York back in 1999, according to LGBTQ Nation.
Todeschini, known for his posts in the QAnon world under the name David Trent, has made statements that leaders of the Democratic party, like Hillary Clinton, and A-List celebrities, like Oprah Winfrey, are part of a secret satanic cabal of pedophiles.
When questioned about his 1999 convictions, Todeschini said he pled guilty to a crime that he didn’t commit.
He was found guilty of one count each of sexual abuse in the first degree and sodomy in the second degree for coercing an 8-year-old boy in New Jersey into sexual activity in 1996, according to LGBT Nation.
He is reportedly a level three threat, meaning he is a “sexually violent offender” and is at “high risk of repeat offense and a threat to public safety.”
James Bond Becomes Wisconsin’s First LGBT Cabinet Secretary
James Bond. Courtesy of Gov. Tony Evers' Office.
James Bond has become the first LGBT person to head a cabinet agency in Wisconsin.
“I have built a career in service — service to my country, the state of Wisconsin, and to fellow veterans,” Bond said while pledging to work with advocates in every county and in the Tribal Nations to support and honor veterans, and to tell their stories, reported NBC 15. “Together, we will forge a better future for all Wisconsin families and their families.”
Gov. Tony Evers has the utmost confidence in Bond due to his service with the Marines from 1983-1988.
“As a veteran himself, along with his decades of state service, I have no doubt he will bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, and expertise to this role as secretary,” said Evers.
Bond will begin his new position soon, according to the governor’s statement.