J6 political prisoner and US veteran have been ill-treated in a display of what Democrats think of our military. He spent months trying to get into chemo-therapy7 at a veteran’s hospital, but when he is back in solitary confinement, he has to deal with brown, contaminated water and a cell that reeks of urine and fecal matter. Inmates in the gulag are often beaten and always mistreated by the Deputy warden and the guards.
Shively wrote to the Gateway Pundit, explaining he is in fear for his life of the lawless leftist thugs who run the prison.
“Getting my cancer treatment set up in the DC Gulag was a nightmare. It took 3 months for me to see my medical provider. My first experience at the DC VA was a terrible and disheartening time. At first attempt, I was denied access to the VA on grounds of me being a prisoner, even though I had not been convicted of anything and I was only a pretrial detainee. After about 4 hours of debating with the administration, I was finally admitted. Although I felt they really didn’t want me there. Even though I’m a veteran and I was honorably discharged. The feeling of being forgotten and abandoned by my country filled my head and broke my heart.”
“As far as medical treatment goes at the jail it’s horrible and pretty much nonexistent. My struggle and journey with cancer is about to begin. On my appointment days, the jail wakes me at about 4:45 am and I’m taken to a freezing cold holding cell for about 3 hours waiting for transport to the VA. After getting to the VA, I’m transported by wheelchair covered by a white sheet because people could see my orange uniform and shackles. I was told it would embarrass or cause anxiety with people at the VA. This to me is such an embarrassment and a mark of shame for me. I dread going to the VA.”
“Lt Lancaster came into our pod and did nothing but cause stress and anxiety. She is always very malicious towards us J6ers. The situation this particular day was very tense, to say the least. One of my friends, Ronald McAbee, was assaulted by this officer. He did nothing to provoke Lt Lancaster and incur such a horrible attack. His only offense was walking over to the nurse to get his morning meds without wearing his mask.”
“He was maced in his face 3 times, one of which was point blank after he was already handcuffed. Instinctively a couple of his friends stood up for him yelling at the officer to stop hurting our friend. In doing so we were taken to the hole/maximum security solitary confinement. The hole is a filthy, dirty, disgusting place. The sink water is brown and smells of contamination. The cell smelled of a combination of puke, urine, fecal matter, and mold. Not a good place for someone going through cancer treatment. Needless to say after my chemo treatment that week I got violently ill.”
“Being in this DC jail is nothing short of a horror show. I used to ask God why I was put here losing everything in my life. But I understand now I must grow my faith to be like a house built on a rock. Unwavering and steadfast. For this is God’s plan, not mine. Thoughts of never seeing my family or friends or dog again were completely overwhelming,” he wrote. “But God put those fears at ease. So I trust in Him with all my heart and soul.
“I faithfully served my country as a Marine for many years. My own government gave me cancer from contaminated water at Camp Lejeune Marine Base. I’ve been an upstanding citizen my entire life. But now my own government is holding me under inhumane and unconstitutional conditions at the DC jail. Even though I’ve been treated this way I still stand and sing the National Anthem every night with my brothers. I still love my country with all my heart.”