By Dr. John Reizer
The Wayfair sex trafficking scheme has become a massive topic of conversation all over the Internet. Sometimes the controlling powers need to divert attention from other things taking place that need cooling off, and sometimes the stories are legitimate and deserve the time and attention they are receiving.
I’m not sure myself at this point which side of the fence this story falls on. But because it is a conversation piece and the subject deals with human sex trafficking, I will address it on the forum. Additionally, I have received lots of emails asking my opinion about the story. So, here we go, I am going to give you my two cents.
To get everybody up to speed concerning the Wayfair conspiracy theory, Wayfair is a US-based company that accepts orders over the Internet and ships furniture and other home furnishings to customers.
Wayfair often acts as a middle person-organization similar to the likes of Amazon. Independent vendors can sell items through the company.
On July 10, 2020, someone on the Reddit forum observed that Wayfair had on its website some extremely overpriced utility cabinets with the same names as missing children. The assumption was made that the company might be engaging in some sort of human trafficking scheme.
A little more digging by the public uncovered other items that were overpriced, such as shower curtains.
A Screenshot of the Reddit User’s Post:
Is it possible Wayfair involved in Human trafficking with their WFX Utility collection? Or are these just extremely overpriced cabinets? (Note the names of the cabinets) this makes me sick to my stomach if it’s true 😦
Wayfair has emphatically denied the allegations and has gone on record stating that the cabinets were actually priced correctly. The official company statement reads:
“There is, of course, no truth to these claims. The products in question are industrial grade cabinets that are accurately priced. Recognizing that the photos and descriptions provided by the supplier did not adequately explain the high price point, we have temporarily removed the products from site to rename them and to provide a more in-depth description and photos that accurately depict the product to clarify the price point.”
The products in question on the website were allegedly listed as follows:
- Neriah Storage Cabinet by WFX Utility™, $14,499.99;
- Yaritza Storage Cabinet by WFX Utility™, $13,799.99;
- Alyvia Storage Cabinet by WFX Utility™, $12,699.99;
- Samiyah 5 -Shelf Storage cabinet by WFX Utility™, $12,899.99.
My Analysis of the situation:
To begin, let me write that it is highly unlikely, in my opinion, that children are actually being shipped in industrial-strength storage containers by Wayfair. Having written that, let me also clarify that something illegal could still be happening. The webpage could be serving as a menu for ordering human merchandise, and delivery could be arranged and executed in a much different manner. There’s no telling how sophisticated the operations might be.
If something nefarious is taking place, Wayfair might be entirely innocent because the scheme might be originating from independent vendors that are operating through their system.
The things that are sticking points and troubling in my mind are the following facts that were admitted to by the Wayfair company:
- The products in question are industrial grade cabinets that are accurately priced. (I don’t think so)
- The photos and descriptions provided by the supplier did not adequately explain the high price point. (If they are accurately priced, why would this matter?)
- We have temporarily removed the products from the site to rename them. (Why?)
Why in the world would these products be named after missing children and be so expensively priced? If products are accurately priced, as Wayfair has stated, why would there be a need to remove them? Why were similar products found in the catalog without the strange names priced more accurately and reflect a more reasonable price point for the type of merchandise in question?
It’s interesting to note that even though there have been no in-depth investigations by official authorities nor any logical explanations offered by the Wayfair company as of this writing, almost every mainstream news product in existence along with all the customary fact-checking sites have declared this story as a lunatic conspiracy theory. The mainstream media have already decided that this story is worthy of tinfoil hats. There’s nothing to see or look into here according to officialdom.
Slow your roll, mainstream presstitutes!
I am not writing that Wayfair or anyone else is guilty of human sex trafficking. But I do believe there is something out of the ordinary taking place. The story and details need to be thoroughly investigated no matter how silly, or stupid fact-checkers might think the scenario might be.
If there’s nothing shady taking place and the ridiculously overpriced merchandise has been accurately priced by the company or its vendors, this noise will die down, and we can all go back to worrying about a fake virus that’s terrorizing the world.
Some Interesting or Coincidental Connections:
- The founder and CEO of Wayfair is Niraj Shah.
- Niraj Shah is a board director of the Shah Family Foundation
- The Shah Family Foundation has partnered with The Boys and Girls Clubs of America
The alleged Jeffrey Epstein family connection to The Boys and Girls Clubs of America which is a partner with Wayfair:
Niraj Shah is the CEO of Wayfair and a board director of The Shah Family Foundation. The Shah Foundation is partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, which was allegedly founded in part by Julius Epstein, who was the alleged grandfather to Jeffrey Epstein.
Again, there’s nothing illegal about the information listed above, but it is certainly interesting to note.
What do you think about this story?