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This person is a former sidekick of Jerome Corsi.


$25,000 for “cancer treatment”


So-called grifter Tommy Sickler was the apparent recipient of $25,000 via “GoFundMe.Com” fund rasing effort promoted by right-wing conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi (associate of Roger Stone and “Hollywood film maker” Jason Goodman.






Many observers will recall the Thomas Sickler affair that involved Jerome Corsi.


It’s Cool and Normal That the President Endorsed an Infamous Conspiracy Author Who’s Promoting a Cancer “Miracle”

December 18, 2018

Corsi urged his fans to donate to a GoFundMe for an individual named Thomas Sickler, who supposedly needed the money so he could be treated for bladder cancer at a Mendelsohn-run clinic. Ross, however, found that 1) Mendelsohn almost certainly does not exist and 2) his “clinic” is a paper company registered in Florida (where else!) to Thomas Sickler. From the Caller (tDCNF = the Daily Caller News Foundation):


There is at present no evidence that Corsi personally benefitted from Sickler’s GoFundMe, and the author suggested to Ross that he may have been “misled” or “bamboozled.” Of course, Corsi had previously said that Mendelsohn treated one of his relatives, and the day after Ross’s story was published, Corsi claimed to Regan in another Fox appearance that Mendelsohn in fact developed special medicine that cured Corsi’s spinal problems after a 2008 surgery. (“I haven’t looked into any of this,” Regan said. “I just know that I’ve talked to you and you tell me it’s not true [that Mendelsohn isn’t real.]” Journalism!) On Monday, Regan had Ross on her show and gave another update: Corsi now asserts, she says, that “Mendelsohn” is actually just “an alias that [the doctor] goes by.” Continued Regan: “I think [Corsi] was trying to protect this gentleman’s identity. He says the doctor’s real, he goes by a different name, he didn’t want his identity shared so publicly and on Twitter, etcetera.”


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Was Jerome Corsi Complicit In A Go Fund Me Scam?

Posted: December 17, 2018 in NEWS

For the following reasons, I believe Jerome Corsi knowingly and intentionally engaged in wire fraud, theft, conspiracy to defraud,  and assisted in a scam that bilked $25,000 from his followers to endorse a cause he knew to be fraudulent. I do not say this lightly. I have been a fan of Corsi’s for several years, and own some of his well-researched books. I supported and defended Jerome Corsi when he was attacked by the “Q Anon” crowd in April of 2018 [I believe Q Anon is an absolute fraud and have posted quite a bit of evidence on my Twitter page to prove it]

Corsi Endorsed The Campaign With A Personal Testimony

Jerome Corsi claimed that his wife’s cousin was treated by this doctor in Israel. Even if the “doctor” (“Mendelsohn”) and the “cancer victim” (“Sickler”) (who may be the same person given that the organization’s medical practice website in Florida is registered in the “cancer victim’s” name) had “misled” Corsi, and were the ones scamming him, Corsi would’ve known that the practice was a scam once his wife’s cousin arrived in Israel and realized that no such doctor existed. That would likely make for one very angry cousin if she was truly suffering from cancer and traveled from Argentina to Israel only to find that no such treatment is available at the hospital where it is claimed to be practiced at, nor does the doctor exist who is claimed to be its champion.

Was Corsi Duped and Mislead by Dr. Mendelsohn and Thomas Sickler?

Corsi asserts that it’s possible that he was mislead or “bamboozled” by Sickler and the doctor, but that he genuinely believed that Sickler was a cancer patient and the Dr. Mendelsohn was a real doctor. HOWEVER, keep in mind it was Corsi’s claim that this doctor healed his wife’s cousin that gave credence to the claims of the medical treatment, and therefore, for the endorsement of Sicker’s campaign. That means that the narrative about Corsi’s cousin came BEFORE the campaign was started for Thomas Sickler. Hence, Corsi knew it was fraud before he started the campaign on Sickler’s behalf.


I am not only disappointed in Jerome Corsi as a long time faithful follower of his, but I am angry. Corsi has given the impression that he is a Christian, and has declared that he would not accept Robert Mueller’s plea agreement because he could not “lie before God and country” to something he knows to be a lie. And yet, it is obvious to me that Corsi lied about the Sickler/Mendelsohn Go Fund Me campaign. These kind of actions give other Christians a bad name, and it should be called out.

Was Jerome Corsi Complicit In A Go Fund Me Scam?



Statement on Behalf of Dr. Jerome Corsi Concerning Recent Article by Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller

The article by Chuck Ross in The Daily Caller is a clear and provable criminal grand jury leak of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his conflicted and “rabid” leftist, pro-Democrat, pro-Clinton and anti-Trump prosecutorial staff. By Ross telling Dr. Corsi that his source for the story was “inside information” from Mueller’s Special Counsel Office, Chuck Ross has made himself a key witness in Dr. Corsi’s $350 million lawsuit now before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, with an initial hearing now scheduled by Judge Richard J. Leon for January 3, 2019. It also proves conclusively that it is the Special Counsel who has committed crimes, not Dr. Corsi, as he has alleged in two complaints which Dr. Corsi has filed in recent days. Go to or to view these complaints.

Dr. Corsi is particularly sympathetic to cancer victims because of his painful experience with several different members of his family having suffered and died from this most dreadful disease.

Dr. Corsi contends that he did not make a penny from the $25,000 GoFundMe account he helped raise via Live Stream broadcasts for Tommy Sickler, a person Dr. Corsi was told and believes to be a legitimate cancer sufferer.



Above: Jerome Corsi allegedly standing with “Tommy Sickler”, who received $25,000 for “cancer treatments”.

Dr. Corsi contends that he did not make a penny from the $25,000 GoFundMe account he helped raise via Live Stream broadcasts for Tommy Sickler, a person Dr. Corsi was told and believes to be a legitimate cancer sufferer.


  • Business records and evidence from social media raise questions about a cancer fundraiser touted during the summer by Jerome Corsi, the right-wing author ensnared in the Mueller probe.
  • Corsi helped raise $25,000 for an Alaskan man who he claimed needed surgery from an Israeli doctor named Eliat Mendelsohn. Corsi claimed Mendelsohn cured his own family member of cancer.
  • But business records show Corsi’s beneficiary, Thomas Sickler, registered as owner of Mendelsohn’s purported company. An Israeli hospital Corsi says is affiliated with Mendelsohn says it’s never heard of the doctor.


Jerome Corsi, the right-wing author ensnared in the special counsel’s probe, raised tens of thousands of dollars on his website and web show over the summer for an Alaskan man who claimed he needed experimental cancer surgery from an Israeli physician.

To help raise the funds, Corsi touted Dr. Eliat Mendelsohn, claiming the oncologist miraculously cured his relative’s stage-4 liver cancer. Corsi claimed on his website Mendelsohn would use similar techniques to try to cure Thomas Sickler, 33, of bladder cancer.


Into this commotion walked Dick Jefferson and Thomas Sickler, a 21-year-old self-described New York socialite, who had been at a nearby casino. Arriving at the roundabout, Jefferson says, he asked the primary attacker, who had not seen Jefferson until that instant, Whats going on? And thats all I remember until I was sitting there holding my head.

He too was hit with the tire iron, and Concialdi saw a guy stomp Dicks heada bunch. And kicked.

Sickler and several bystanders were calling the police, and, Sickler says, The crazy nigger with the tire iron was screaming at me with his terrible French accent, Who are you talking to? and I said, Oh, shit! I ran into this group of Europeans and said, Keep that fuckin nigger away from me!


Tommy Sickler donation article removed from “corsination” web-site.  Below is the text from the “wayback machine”.

Thomas Sickler

Written by Staff Writer

Please Pray & Donate

  • Cancer patient Tommy Sickler
  • “I was diagnosed w transitional cell carcinoma, more commonly understood as bladder cancer – a type of cancer that normally affects smokers – devastating to get this diagnosis since I am a non-smoker.”









Above: George Webb, Jason Goodman talking with Jerome Corsi in his New Jersey mansion


Above: Jerome Corsi acts as star witness in the Citizen’s Grand Jury against Robert S. Mueller, III while Jason Goodman acts as “official” court reporter.


To be continued….


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