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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Leduc Catlin

Trued Up with Dale & Kaysha Richardson

My guests today are not public speakers.

They are soft-spoken and introverted.

They are intelligent and earnest, and have faced the most horrific backlash for exposing what is wrong and standing up for what is right.

They are not big talkers, and yet they continue to publicly dredge up nightmarish memories that most of us would want to forget.

And why would they do this?

Because they know that they are not the only ones.

Because they know that their recovery is in speaking out.

And because they have the courage to tell their story, they cannot and should not be ignored.

The fact is, the subjects we’re going to discuss today are difficult.

I don’t feel like I have appropriate words or even references.

But what we have begun to reveal in the past few years is a shocking level of corruption and even malevolence in our society.

Did we know, in the before times, that human trafficking existed? Yes.

That child pornography runs rampant on the Internet? Of course.

But these horrors felt far away and too ugly for most people to face.

The problem is, darkness exists because we are unwilling to shine a light on it.

Decades ago, when I first started my journey of personal and spiritual growth, a coach gave me a little piece of blue paper torn from a book of quotes.

The paper lived in my wallet for years.

Long after both the paper and the wallet were gone, the quote stayed imprinted on my heart and mind as a kind of mantra.

“What you can’t communicate runs your life.”

It’s not that we need to or should communicate everything to everyone. 

Some things are better left unsaid.

Some are inappropriate.

And some serve not to forward anything but actually destroy communication and understanding, and prevent healing and wholeness.

But the inability to tell the truth for fear of repercussions is the very thing that prevents our true selves, our greatest selves, from shining through.

It is also the very thing that has the guilty double down and continue to perpetuate dangerous lies.

When we are not afraid of the truth, we are strong and resilient.

We can admit mistakes, learn from them and move on.

Of course, it’s not always easy.

But as with any muscle, we get stronger the more we exercise it.

I call this spiritual hormesis — what doesn’t emotionally and mentally kill you makes you stronger.

Today, we are shining a light on the story of Dale and Kaysha Richardson, a father and daughter caught in a web of corruption that far too few of us know about, and far too many have experienced.

This is the little known story about exposing Covid corruption through HVAC infection control guidelines created by the CDC.

It is the story of two whistleblowers who were jailed, drugged, tortured, raped, trafficked, and nearly destroyed.

But it is also, in the context of this show, the story of how two people trued themselves up to their values when the vast majority of people would and did turn away.

Dale and Kaysha’s story is not an easy one, but if they can tell it, we can hear it.

Today I invite you to listen generously and compassionately.

Since Kaysha was in a location in the US that she was sharing, there is a bit of background noise.

I ask you to bare with it, as I invite you to meet my courageous guests today on TruedUp

“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.”

Marcus Aurelius

Since our conversation back in October of 2023, Dale and Kaysha Richardson have been relentlessly in action, in pursuit of justice.

In February of this year, Dale’s evidence package was served to a Texas Ranger who agreed to investigate his documented crimes against humanity.

And last week, Dale’s petition for redress of grievances was submitted to the Alberta Legislative Assembly.

You can find Kaysha’s appeal to share this news and information HERE.

Since the video about the submission was posted last week, it has nearly 300000 views!

You can find the link to Dale’s website, DSR Karis Consulting, with all the evidence packages for Canada, the US, and the UK HERE.

I encourage you to examine the overwhelming evidence and take the next step.

You can also support The Karis Project through the Switch2USA shopping portal that Kaysha spoke about.

This is part of the same initiative I’ve been sharing every week.

It is the easiest action for every one of us to take — to switch away from the big box stores that are complicit in the destruction of small businesses and the largest transfer of wealth in human history.

A breathtaking shift of hard-earned financial resources from the middle class to the uber rich.

It is time to start putting our money where our mouths are.

And as Dale says, we must come together to take action.

Through Kaysha’s portal, your purchases of healthy household products that you’re already buying will help financially support The Karis Project.

Just like your purchases through the Switchaway Initiative will help financially support Trued Up.

Action, of course, is my first takeaway from my conversation with Dale and Kaysha.

Despite everything they have endured, and perhaps because of it, they use action as alchemy — transforming unimaginable suffering into unstoppable suffrage.

My second takeaway is their heroes' journey as a whole.

When have two people faced so many dragons, only to emerge as stronger and more powerful, before it’s even over?

Our lives are opportunities to live as our own heroes — or to die with regrets for never having truly faced our dragons, and slayed them.

My third takeaway is faith.

It has become clear to me over the past few years that faith is the shield we need to face these dragons.

In the Richardsons’ case, it’s Christianity.

Whatever our spiritual beliefs, what is needed is that which has us true up to our humanity and trust in the power of good over evil. 

That has us “stand for the right though the heavens fall.”

I’d like to hear your key takeaways from my conversation with Dale and Kaysha Richardson.

Please share in the comments section.

Stay tuned.

Be true to yourself.

And remember that we are the ones we’ve been waiting for.

🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏

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Thank you for your partnership in outing the truth and being the change. 🙏

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Apr 05

I read the NCi tweet and I agree that the original plan to seek implementation of the report recommendations be done and the ICC at the Hague is a great place to start. It can be likened to trial location being moved because access to justice can be hindered and bias could occur. Crimes against humanity is a huge serious complaint. There are other complaints filed so this NCi report would add weight.

Big win for Dan Hartman. GOV of Canada gave an offer for Seans death by the vaccine. He said No. Lets go to Court he said. It wont bring Sean back but will bring some justice. Its a win for children 12 to 17 as this is…

Michelle Leduc Catlin
Michelle Leduc Catlin
Apr 06
Replying to

The ICC is an interesting idea. I can pass along your suggestion. I do know of at least 2 people who have registered charges here in Canada using the Commissioners' Report as part of their evidence package. I don't think anything will come of it, but we have to keep trying all angles.

Wonderful news about Dan Hartman. Some purpose and purchase is coming out of all his suffering. Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts. 🙏💙


Robert Pariseau (AllRequired)
Robert Pariseau (AllRequired)
Apr 04

Some of us have actually been able to move on from our dragons.

Michelle Leduc Catlin
Michelle Leduc Catlin
Apr 06
Replying to

Hmmm, yes. That's the goal, is it not? I find that as I slay my dragons, new ones emerge. Though I now tend to just look them in the eye and they eventually go away. Congratulations on moving on.

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