I didn’t know Isaac well, but we were in touch, now and then. I wrote to him to offer help with the counseling (for the Satanic Ritual Abuse survivors) but turns out he needed people in LA, not Pennsylvania. He had a good heart. He began a truth movement, targeting people he knew in Hollywood (Isaac was an actor) and outing their evil, pedophilic debauchery. Seth Green was his first, and I remember watching his very first video. He and Seth were good friends, and he was extremely emotional. It took great courage to take this to the public.
Some things were accomplished, and foremost in the minds of those who loved him was the bothersome question:
How in the bloody HELL is this man going to stay safe?
Moments prior to his appearance on the [Alex Jones] show, I contacted him to offer some support-Isaac was anything but frightened or nervous. Afterwards, we both laughed at how hard AJ tried to get him riled up-we laughed harder when Isaac stuck to his story, and held on to his integrity.
I was scrolling through Twitter when I saw the news: Isaac Kappy dead, of suicide, after jumping from an Arizona bridge.
I went to his last video-he was in trouble. He fucked up. He repeatedly said that he was not suicidal. Isaac struggled with addiction (another commonality) to Meth and gambling. He was honest about it. But things had been looking up for him recently: a combination of his new music and a brighter outlook on life. He fondly called his followers famalam, and his air hugs were poignant in a way I can’t put to words.
I cried for hours. Sobbed, actually. It is hard for the regular Joe to understand the bond the QAnon community shares. I have worked in an ER, and in nursing homes-when you work in a war zone, you share an intimacy with your coworkers-just as veterans of the military do. The adrenaline is pumping and you rely on you peers to support you in the fight for victory, justice.
Not unlike those of us who support Donald J. Trump, QAnon, and the fight to crush the blackhats and make America Great Again. We are vulnerable digital soldiers, and the dangers involved in speaking against this otherworldly deep state are real. William Cooper, Seth Rich and now, Isaac.
This isn’t over.
There will be justice for Isaac. He fought so hard. The reality of his day to day exposure to victims and their stories, combined with the stress of staying safe took their toll. He always said that nobody would mess with him, implying that there was a security team of sorts, the likes of Dirty Harry and Bikers for Trump…I find it chilling to think of him in his final moments. When he realized his fate, how terrified he must have been.
It is my belief that Mr. Kappy is with his famalam in Heaven, where his tears are wept away-and he doesn’t have to run, from anyone, ever again.