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    President Trump promises to end human trafficking

    President Trump promises to end human trafficking – watch at REAL.video

    (Natural News) Responding to a growing body of evidence and increasing public awareness about the pedophilia problem that exists within the highest levels of government and religion, President Trump recently announced that his administration is launching a federal investigation into the matter. As explained by Gabor Zolna from … [Read More...]

    Saturday, September 01, 2018 by: Ethan Huff
    Tags: Child abuse, conspiracy, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Gabor Zolna, government, hollywood, human trafficking, pedophiles, Pedophilia, PizzaGate, President Trump, priority, Real Video, sex trafficking, Zolna Report

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    (Natural News) Responding to a growing body of evidence and increasing public awareness about the pedophilia problem that exists within the highest levels of government and religion, President Trump recently announced that his administration is launching a federal investigation into the matter.
    As explained by Gabor Zolna from ZolnaReport.com in a video post available at REAL.video, the Trump administration is on a mission to put an end to human trafficking, which the President himself described as “horrific.”
    During a recent press conference immediately following a meeting with human trafficking experts, President Trump announced that he’s instructing “the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, and other federal agencies” to begin working on a solution, noting that human trafficking has been on the federal government’s radar “for some time.”
    “It has been much more focused over the last four weeks, I can tell you that,” the President told reporters about the seriousness with which he’s taking the matter. He also thanked staff members and his daughter Ivanka for hard work that he says they were doing in the lead-up to his announcement.
    Watch the video below to hear Zolna read some of the highlights from President Trump’s announcement:

    The pedophile takedown has only just begun

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    As you may recall, the mainstream media was quick to declare “fake news” when reports of “Pizzagate” were first emerging. It was immediately declared by the establishment to be a conspiracy theory hoax, even though there’s substantial evidence to suggest that a major pedophile ring does exist, not only in Washington, D.C., but all throughout the world.

    President Trump seems to be aware of this, as he’s promised to implement the “full force and weight of our government” in putting an end to it.
    “Human trafficking is a dire problem, both domestically and internationally, and is one that’s made really a challenge,” President Trump stated during the press conference. “And it’s really made possible to a large extent, more of a modern phenomenon, by what’s taking place on the Internet, as you probably know.”
    While there have already been a few lower-level takedowns of pedophile rings, this is only the start. There are much more prominent names – celebrities and even politicians – who are guilty of horrific sex crimes against children, but that have yet to face justice.
    Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney tweeted about this not long after President Trump was inaugurated, noting that both “Dems and Repubs” will eventually be taken down “because this goes to the top!” she exclaimed.
    “Solving the human trafficking epidemic, which is what it is, is a priority for my administration,” President Trump added. “We’re going to help out a lot. ‘Solve’ is a wonderful word, a beautiful word, but I can tell you, we’re going to help a lot.”

    Child sex abuse is a serious problem that must be exposed and eradicated

    Why the mainstream media is being complicit in trying to pretend that pedophilia isn’t a rampant problem says quite a bit about who controls these news outlets. One would think that real reporters would want to get to the bottom of the issue in order to protect innocent children – the same ones that they claim are being threatened by the Second Amendment.
    Zolna encourages his listeners and viewers to looking into the matter themselves and “let [him] know what [they] think.”
    “You’ve got a good idea as to what I think, don’t you?” he says in his video.

    Be sure to watch Zolna’s video for yourself at REAL.video.

    You can also keep up with the latest news about what President Trump is doing from a strictly informative perspective by visiting Trump.news.

    Sources for this article include:
    Unite4America.com
    REAL.video
    NaturalNews.com

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-09-...afficking.html
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    Then stop giving the Churches ONE BILLION of OUR money every year facilitating THEIR human trafficking bring refugees and every stray cat in the world here and DUMPING them in our communities!

    These Churches are not above the law! They are not to be given ANY money to keep them afloat and reward their agenda!

    They are not God, they are human beings...out to make a BUCK off of us! Shut it down and terminate the tax exempt status! PAY UP THE TAXES YOU OWE!

    It is a big money making scheme!
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    Cut off the money and the whole thing goes away!! When religion doesn't pay any more, they go get a real job! When they do that, they want to protect American Jobs, because now their job is one of them.

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    Hey, I just saw another clip of Andrew Cuomo in that debate with Cynthia Nixon, he's an idiot!! Do we have a Republican running against him? I sure hope so, this is the year we could win the State House in New Yorki!! Wow, what a coup that would be!!

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    All talk and no action!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbornesapper07 View Post

    “It has been much more focused over the last four weeks, I can tell you that,” the President told reporters about the seriousness with which he’s taking the matter. He also thanked staff members and his daughter Ivanka for hard work that he says they were doing in the lead-up to his announcement.
    What a joke! Ivanka who doesn't want the parents separated from their children (who are being trafficked), so this human trafficking can continue.
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    Republicans Choose Their Alternative to Gov. Cuomo: Marcus Molinaro

    Republicans Choose Their Alternative to Gov. Cuomo: Marcus Molinaro

    By Lisa W. Foderaro
    May 23, 2018

    Marcus J. Molinaro, a moderate county executive from the Hudson Valley, was formally designated on Wednesday as the Republican Party’s choice to unseat Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a two-term Democrat, in November.

    His task will be daunting: The last time a Republican captured a statewide office in New York was in 2002, when George E. Pataki won his third and final term as governor.

    But Mr. Molinaro is no stranger to political upheaval; at 19, he was elected mayor of the village of Tivoli, making him the youngest such official in the nation. He then ascended to county legislator, state assemblyman and, finally, Dutchess County executive.

    As Mr. Molinaro addressed Republican committee members assembled at the party’s quadrennial convention in Midtown Manhattan, he quoted Theodore Roosevelt and reached across party lines to beckon to Democrats and independents — a necessity given that Democrats outnumber Republicans by more than 2 to 1 in the state.

    But he also took care to rip into Mr. Cuomo, alluding to the presidential aspirations and transactional politics that have quickly become his favorite talking points.

    “Working- and middle-class families can’t afford to pay for the political ambitions of individuals any longer,” Mr. Molinaro said in his acceptance speech. “Our priority will be the people, not a governor seated atop the heap plotting to run for president, trading billions in government contracts for millions in campaign dollars.”

    Mr. Molinaro, 42, suggested the broad themes of his campaign. He vowed to adopt an efficient, fair and scrupulous approach to government: consolidating services, cutting taxes, adopting a universal ethics code and preserving a social safety net. He also put a centrist mind-set on display, avoiding any mention of President Trump.

    “I have no interest in ideology for ideology’s sake,” he said. “That doesn’t solve problems, people do. It’s results I’m after. I think it’s why people from all backgrounds and viewpoints keep electing me.”

    Not surprisingly, Mr. Pataki was tapped to introduce Mr. Molinaro, hearkening back to his own surprise victory in 1994 when he trailed in polls by 17 points. “I don’t think I had ever raised more than $35,000 in a campaign in my whole life,” he said. “Over the next five months, the people of New York got to know me.

    Then that November, everyone was stunned — particularly our friends in the media — when a Republican was elected governor for the first time in 24 years.”

    Another obstacle for Republicans, however, is the expected “blue wave,” in which Democrats fed up with President Trump are expected to turn out to vote in large numbers.

    Still, some Republicans say that their party might be able to navigate a slender path to the biggest prize — the governor’s office. The scenario hinges on a number of “ifs,” involving Democrats splitting their votes in November and tipping the election to Mr. Molinaro.

    That potential route to victory would capitalize on fissures within the Democratic Party, evident during the 2016 presidential election when Hillary Clinton struggled to dispatch the more liberal Senator Bernie Sanders. Similarly in New York, voters must choose between more moderate, establishment Democrats like Governor Cuomo and liberal activists like his challenger in the primary, Cynthia Nixon.

    (By contrast, Republicans in New York appear united; party officials said they are unaware of any candidate plotting to win a spot on the ballot by gathering signatures on petitions.)

    If Mr. Cuomo wins the Democratic primary and if Ms. Nixon chooses to remain on the ballot in November under the small but influential Working Families Party, then Mr. Molinaro, the thinking goes, could come out on top. Ms. Nixon, of course, will probably face enormous pressure to take her name off the ballot.

    Mr. Molinaro was the only candidate on Wednesday to seek the Republican Party’s ballot spot for governor; other rivals, most recently State Senator John A. DeFrancisco, dropped out of the race.

    William F. B. O’Reilly, a Republican strategist who recently signed on with the Molinaro campaign, said a three-way race would “change everything,” adding that “there’s an all-out war going on in the New York Democratic Party between progressive reformers and a Cuomo-led establishment that many view as corrupt.” Mr. O’Reilly predicted that Mr. Molinaro was the “type of Republican” who could draw moderate Democrats and independents.

    Mr. Molinaro, who is the son of a single mother and grew up in a family that relied on food stamps, is now in his second term in Dutchess, a prosperous county of nearly 300,000 residents on the east side of the Hudson River.

    In the afternoon, delegates approved Mr. Molinaro’s choice of lieutenant governor, Julie Killian, another moderate Republican and the former deputy mayor of Rye in Westchester County. In a special election in April, Ms. Killian lost her bid for State Senate by 15 points.

    Democratic leaders in New York were quick to portray Mr. Molinaro as out of step with the state’s values. “I think he’s more in sync with Donald Trump than the people of New York,” said Geoff Berman, the executive director of the state’s Democratic Party.

    Mr. Berman dismissed the possibility that Mr. Molinaro would benefit from a fractured Democratic vote in the general election. “I’m confident that by the time we get to the fall, Democrats will be united,” he said. “There is far more at stake in November, and what unites us — our common values and progressive agenda — is far greater than what we sometimes disagree on.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/23/n...vernor-ny.html

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    Wow. This could be huge!!!



    SAVE YOUR STATE, VOTE REPUBLICAN IN 2018!!!!
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