Nehemiah Flynt

Nehemiah Flynt is a happily married middle-aged Christian man with a heart for at-risk boys. He began working with them as an early adult through a mentoring program and later became both a foster and an adoptive parent. Flynt began fostering with the intentions of helping young people whose parents had passed away, but quickly learned that the majority of the children he would board had been kidnapped away from their parents by the United States Government. After seeing those children being abused by the system, Flynt quit fostering and became the director of a Christian-based program for at-risk teenagers.

There, he began to see that not only was the government intent on stealing children from innocent families, but also in stopping anyone from working with young people who refused to medicate them for disorders such as ADD, ADHD, or ODD - even though the CDC has never confirmed that medication is a viable treatment option for such disorders. Nehemiah began writing and speaking out about these experiences after coming face to face with an army of government officials who completely ignored his constitutional rights.

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