As a woman who has personally worked on trafficking and child murder cases involving pedophilia, I can say that most of the crap that is being spewed about pedophile rings is false.
Ricky Gervais is not a Trump operative working to take down the Hollywood pedophiles. He's an actor from England. Jimmy Kimmel (a dear friend to one of my best friends) and Tom Hanks are not pedophiles. Nor is Obama. It's insane what is being shared...and how many good people are championing the #savethechildren #saveourchildren cause.
I get it—kind, wonderful people care about kids; they don't want to see kids trafficked. They don't want kids to suffer. I don't either. It's why I volunteer my time (with law enforcement) as an intuitive medium.
(From the recent NY Times article, QAnon Followers Are Hijacking the #SaveTheChildren Movement)
"The truth about child sex trafficking, these experts told me, is much less salacious than QAnon would have you believe. Many victims are trafficked by relatives, teachers or other people they know. Trafficking usually doesn’t involve kidnapping or physically forcing minors into sex.
This is not happening in some secret cabal. It’s happening in every single community,” said Lori Cohen, the executive director of ECPAT-USA, an anti-trafficking organization. “But it’s easier to focus on public figures than to think about the reality that trafficking is happening in our midst, among people we know, to children we know.”
And from another great article on the subject: https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/save-the-children-qanon-child-trafficking...
"I stumbled across one organization, dubbed Child Abuse Resistance Education (or “CARE”), that was apparently born in mid-July as the brainchild of two women in Orange County, California; their very first post notes their mission is “to tell the story the media refuses to cover.” They’re courting donations on PayPal despite no formal agenda and a completely unfinished website (including no projects under the “Projects” tab). And despite a superficial lack of conspiracy rhetoric on their image posts, you can find it right in the hashtags of a caption: “#LolitaExpress,” “#PedoClinton,” “#PedoEllen” and “#PedowoodIsReal.”
Elsewhere, I found another IG page called the “Save Our Children Initiative” that is fighting to “end sex trafficking” by… asking for sponsorships and selling a $35 T-shirt. The group claims that the revenue from the shirts will go to an unspecified “charitable organization” that is “supporting funding towards increasing the survivors [sic].” Their stated long-term goal is to create “rehabilitation centers” for victims. Again, the founders don’t appear to have any experience in child advocacy work; one is a Trump-supporting fitness and lifestyle influencer, while the other runs a custom apparel-printing shop."
Please do your own homework regarding QAnon and their mission to save the children before you share their posts on your social media feeds.
1/28/2021 11:07:40 am
We know Epstein is a pedophile. We know Clinton is a pedophile. We know kids in Hollywood do get molested. Way too much. By people way too normalized. I don't know about the other stuff, but the fact that you would try to dismiss those known facts as conspiracy theories is truly disgusting and you should be ashamed of yourself.
1/28/2021 11:14:35 am
And you, Danielle, should be ashamed for spreading QAnon theories. Of course there is truth to reports of abuse in Hollywood. And yes, Epstein. No one is disputing that. It happens everywhere. Unless you also work on child trafficking and pedophile cases and have some legit inside intel, you’re just another person groomed by Q. Cult 101. How do I know? Because I actually work on cases involving cults.
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