Congress Knows About Government Sponsored Child Trafficking & Its Relationship to the Present Immigration Crisis

One good thing about the badness of the UK Pedos is that they have raised awareness of the evil in our midst.

We dealt with it head on, and will. But will America? Who cries NO for these poor children?

They need you all. Please start a US outcry. This is living death for these poor innocent kids.


 
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The Common Sense Show
By Dave Hodges
9 July 2014

Today was the day that I was going to produce the final chapter on the present immigration crisis. What a difference 24 hours can make. It is with a heavy heart that I am compelled to state that there is so much new information surfacing about the current government planned and sponsored immigration crisis, that the end is no longer in sight.

With regard to the welfare of our children there is bad news and worse news. Which would you like first? You say you want the good news first because there have been too many days of bad news? Sorry, there is no good news to report today, all I can offer is the lesser of two evils. Here are your choices: (1) Congress is fully aware that the amount of child sex trafficking is prolific and it is taking place inside of the United States. Further, the present immigration crisis is greatly exacerbating the amount of child sex trafficking that is taking place and it is going to increase exponentially; Or, (2) Agencies of the federal government are now planning for a pandemic resulting from the present immigration crisis and anyone caught talking about this could go to prison.

I think I would like to stay free at least one more day, so I will opt to cover the first story, and if nothing happens, I will cover story number two tomorrow.
The Most Benign Part of Child Sex Trafficking

Perhaps you would be correct in admonishing me for using the word “benign” and child sex trafficking in the same sentence. I truly apologize, but it is all downhill after this and this first section of the report is indeed the most benign part of this report.

Yesterday, the Senate heard testimony, from among others, a San Diego high school Assistant Principal and a journalist from Reuters who have firsthand knowledge of child sex trafficking operations within the United States.

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