With President Trump’s latest high level meetings with human trafficking experts and his assertion that he is going after them using all federal resources, it becomes highly relevant to watch the first 11 seconds of the video clip below, from the 2015 CPAC meeting where Sean Hannity asks Trump, months before he announced his candidacy for president, about former President Bill Clinton, and Trump states “Nice guy, uhhhh got a lot of problems coming up, in my opinion, with the ‘famous island,’ with Jeffrey Epstein. A lot of problems.”
Jeffrey Epstein has been accused of running what has been dubbed as “Orgy Island,” where Jeffrey Epstein has been accused of running what has been dubbed as “Orgy Island,” where underage girls were recruited into a “sex slave” network, although he has only been convicted of one count of soliciting prostitution from a minor.
See more about that at NY Post – “The ‘sex slave’ scandal that exposed pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein”
Epstein rubbed elbows with many rich and famous and we are no way claiming that everyone he knew, or socialized with, knew of his “Orgy Island” or what went on with under-aged girls there, but flight logs did show that Bill Clinton took at least “26 trips aboard the ‘Lolita Express’ — even apparently ditching his Secret Service detail for at least five of the flights, according to records obtained by FoxNews.com.”
What this tells us, especially in conjunction with Trump’s present day statements at the meeting with human trafficking experts, is that Trump is aware not only of the serious issue of the multi-billion dollar trafficking and child sex trade happening within America, but that he understood before he even announced his presidency, that it went up to the highest levels of government, considering Bill Clinton was the president at one point.
On February 17, 2017, former CIA operative Robert David Steele told Alex Jones that President Trump was going after a “pedophile network,” which was just days before Trump’s meeting with the human trafficking experts to discuss how to tackle the issue. Steele also asserts that Michael Flynn had a list of names as part of this war against the pedophile network, which led to the campaign to force him out.
Interestingly enough, ANP reported on February 23, 2017, that an investigative journalist had been beaten and threatened after meeting with “some really major government whistleblowers,” and joining a project to bring a major pedophile network within the U.S. down, creating a video “insurance policy,” to assure people she was not suicidal and there was no reason she would be found dead by suicide.
The fact that she works for the Observer, formerly run by Trump’s son-in-law, is yet another point on interest connection-wise.
MEDIA COVERING UP PEDOPHILE NETWORK?
In that article we also highlighted other media personalities that have been stifled and censored when they addressed the PedoGate scandal within Washington, including Ben Swann, and former HuffPo writer David Seaman, yet just days after that article was published at ANP, another media outlet has attacked Seaman.
BuzzFeed specifically highlighted Seaman just yesterday, calling him the “PizzaGate king of the internet,” for his relentless pursuit to expose the DC pedophilia ring, stating “But it’s on YouTube where he really goes to work. Since Nov. 4, four days before the election, Seaman has uploaded 136 videos, more than one a day. Of those, at least 42 are about Pizzagate. The videos, which tend to run about eight to fifteen minutes, typically consist of Seaman, a young, brown-haired man with glasses and a short beard, speaking directly into a camera in front of a white wall. He doesn’t equivocate: Recent videos are titled “Pizzagate Will Dominate 2017, Because It Is Real” and “#PizzaGate New Info 12/6/16: Link To Pagan God of Pedophilia/Rape.”
BuzzFeed, rather than acknowledging that human sex trafficking is, indeed, a known and documented problem in America, instead attempts to deflect by pointing to YouTube as being a format rife with “spreading bad information,” or “viral false information.”
We also have seen multiple attempts by the media over the past few years, to classify pedophilia as a “disorder” rather than the crime it is categorized as now, as evidenced by a 2014 NYT article titled “Pedophilia: A Disorder, Not a Crime,” and Salon’s attempt to normalize pedophilia in an article, now removed after much controversy, “I’m a pedophile, not a monster.”
Some claim that the media is not only covering up the pedophile network, refusing to report on it, but that some in the media are actively involved, and while those claims have not been independently verified, the very fact that anyone that does report and are actively researching in an attempt to expose those in power that are involved are mocked by the MSM, called “fake news,” attacked as the Observer journalist in the article linked up above, or otherwise having their reputations attacked, does make us wonder if this pedophile network is much bigger than originally thought.
Who are they all protecting and why? How far up the ladder does this network go? How much danger is Trump in with his latest assertion that he is going to crack down on human trafficking in America?
Last but not least, was Trump’s answer to Hannity at the 2015 CPAC a warning that he would go after anyone, including Bill Clinton, if he found them involved in the pedophile networks running through America?
Remember… he announced his candidacy just months after saying Clinton has “a lot of problems coming up.”