Unconscionable

 

Below is a link to some whistleblowers who served as case workers during 2021 in support of the illegal immigration crisis.

We know one of the individuals and I unequivocally believe her.  She told us the story firsthand and walked us through how she came to the conclusion that the U.S. Government is, at best, turning a blind eye to what it surely knows is child trafficking and, at worst, is complicit in child trafficking. As she became aware and showed her evidence to senior leaders, she lost her IT access to the programs that allowed her to show her work in less than 24 hours.

She is smart, honest, sincere, and affable. I saw the pain in her eyes as she recounted the experience. She was emotionally damaged by the experience as a mom and a human being and decided at great risk to herself, her career, and perhaps her family to speak out.

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  1. CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill Coolidge
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    Thank you for posting this. I could not remember where I had viewed the story about “The Bombshell Whistle Blowers’ Report” and I  have had too much on my plate to try and find it.

    This story needs to be given a great deal of attention.

    Of course the amount of work that Epstein/Maxwell had put into compromising people including global and US media owners and influencers means that this atrocious story and others   like it are not likely to get the attention that is required.

     

     

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  2. JoelB Member
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    This is a truly horrible situation. If a fraction of it were true, heads should roll, but It seems we may not know the half of it.

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  3. EODmom Coolidge
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    I have no doubt that this is accurate. The complicity of the “faith” NGO’s aiding and abetting and making gazillions$ is unfathomable. Except that it’s entirely believable: no one in “the government” has any idea how many, what ages nor where any of the invaders are, much less which are children and women and military aged single men. They are not nowhere. The deep pockets got them here, the NGO’s got them somewhere in the US and on “benefits” of all stripes and then lost interest. And the “government” cares not a bit that anyone knows about it. See Mayorkas’ testimony in the Senate for a reminder.  You’ve seen the show before, it’s a repeat.

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  4. Paul Stinchfield Member
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    Related: Remember when American soldiers were disciplined for objecting to the Afghan custom of raping young boys?

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  5. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    How is it? That someone like Irwin Schiff, who was a vocal opponent to the federal income tax. Encouraged people not to pay the tax because it was unconstitutional – would have his books banned, be sentenced to basically life in prison… And even when he was diagnosed with a terminal cancer, was not granted a compassionate release….

    Yet there is an entire industry of organizations, donors and individual spokespersons – who will absolutely encourage everyone to ignore immigration law.

    The Federal Government does nothing.

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  6. carcat74 Member
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    The feds aren’t doing ‘nothing’, they’re doing exactly what they want — which is grab great gobs of greenbacks at the expense of the taxpayers, bring about the downfall of the U.S., and see themselves as lords and ladies over those they see as inferior, or less than them. Does that sum it up?

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  7. Eugene Kriegsmann Member
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    It is so strange that the hunched over image of AOC isn’t present anywhere, so much for crocodile tears and leftist empathy. If we are seeing this stuff there is no excuse for the likes of her and the rest of congress. I guess the danger of not being able to afford a fancy car and apartment keeps her from taking a stand against the indifference of her party and her president.

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  8. dajoho Member
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    CarolJoy, Not So Easy To Kill (View Comment):

    Thank you for posting this. I could not remember where I had viewed the story about “The Bombshell Whistle Blowers’ Report” and I have had too much on my plate to try and find it.

    This story needs to be given a great deal of attention.

    Of course the amount of work that Epstein/Maxwell had put into compromising people including global and US media owners and influencers means that this atrocious story and others like it are not likely to get the attention that is required.

     

     

    Thanks CarolJoy NSETK, it’s heartbreaking and you’re right, it won’t get the attention it deserves.  

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  9. dajoho Member
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    JoelB (View Comment):

    This is a truly horrible situation. If a fraction of it were true, heads should roll, but It seems we may not know the half of it.

    It really is JoelB.  And as stated I heard her story and I undoubtably think it’s true.  I think most involved are probably innocent and afraid and it’s really being run by a handful of bad actors.

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  10. dajoho Member
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    EODmom (View Comment):

    I have no doubt that this is accurate. The complicity of the “faith” NGO’s aiding and abetting and making gazillions$ is unfathomable. Except that it’s entirely believable: no one in “the government” has any idea how many, what ages nor where any of the invaders are, much less which are children and women and military aged single men. They are not nowhere. The deep pockets got them here, the NGO’s got them somewhere in the US and on “benefits” of all stripes and then lost interest. And the “government” cares not a bit that anyone knows about it. See Mayorkas’ testimony in the Senate for a reminder. You’ve seen the show before, it’s a repeat.

    The money behind this must be staggering and I’m sure it’s going to those who don’t see it first hand – it’s something that happens out of sight thus out of mind.  Makes me a bit nauseous.  Thanks. 

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  11. dajoho Member
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    Paul Stinchfield (View Comment):

    Related: Remember when American soldiers were disciplined for objecting to the Afghan custom of raping young boys?

    Hey Paul, interesting you should say that.  I am a retired U.S. Army Special Forces soldier.  There was a Master Sergeant is in 1st Special Forces Group that was disciplined.   A mother came to him several times and stated the Afghan commander had her son and was sexually abusing him.  He finally snapped, found the guy, bounced him off the wall, then the floor a few times and told him “this ends now or else…”  He was subsequently sent home and then almost thrown out of the military for this.  He fought, got some publicity for his case and was allowed to stay in.  I inquired during this time as to what the guys thought of him and to a man they said he was a stellar soldier.  Unbelievable.

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  12. dajoho Member
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    How is it? That someone like Irwin Schiff, who was a vocal opponent to the federal income tax. Encouraged people not to pay the tax because it was unconstitutional – would have his books banned, be sentenced to basically life in prison… And even when he was diagnosed with a terminal cancer, was not granted a compassionate release….

    Yet there is an entire industry of organizations, donors and individual spokespersons – who will absolutely encourage everyone to ignore immigration law.

    The Federal Government does nothing.

    The Empire is crumbling.  Thank OccupantCDN.  

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  13. dajoho Member
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    carcat74 (View Comment):

    The feds aren’t doing ‘nothing’, they’re doing exactly what they want — which is grab great gobs of greenbacks at the expense of the taxpayers, bring about the downfall of the U.S., and see themselves as lords and ladies over those they see as inferior, or less than them. Does that sum it up?

    Thanks carcat74.  There is no doubt this is all about the money. 

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  14. Headedwest Coolidge
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    dajoho (View Comment):

    Paul Stinchfield (View Comment):

    Related: Remember when American soldiers were disciplined for objecting to the Afghan custom of raping young boys?

    Hey Paul, interesting you should say that. I am a retired U.S. Army Special Forces soldier. There was a Master Sergeant is in 1st Special Forces Group that was disciplined. A mother came to him several times and stated the Afghan commander had her son and was sexually abusing him. He finally snapper, found the guy, bounced him off the wall, then the floor a few times and told him “this ends no or else…” He was subsequently sent home and then almost thrown out of the military for this. He fought, got some publicity for his case and was allowed to stay in. I inquired during this time as to what the guys thought of him and to a man they said he was a stellar soldier. Unbelievable.

    Unfortunately, given the lawyers were writing the rules of engagement, not unbelievable.

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  15. dajoho Member
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    Eugene Kriegsmann (View Comment):

    It is so strange that the hunched over image of AOC isn’t present anywhere, so much for crocodile tears and leftist empathy. If we are seeing this stuff there is no excuse for the likes of her and the rest of congress. I guess the danger of not being able to afford a fancy car and apartment keeps her from taking a stand against the indifference of her party and her president.

    That means she’d actually have to DO something, not just showboat.  Thanks EugeneK.  

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  16. Paul Stinchfield Member
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    dajoho (View Comment):

    Paul Stinchfield (View Comment):

    Related: Remember when American soldiers were disciplined for objecting to the Afghan custom of raping young boys?

    Hey Paul, interesting you should say that. I am a retired U.S. Army Special Forces soldier. There was a Master Sergeant is in 1st Special Forces Group that was disciplined. A mother came to him several times and stated the Afghan commander had her son and was sexually abusing him. He finally snapper, found the guy, bounced him off the wall, then the floor a few times and told him “this ends no or else…” He was subsequently sent home and then almost thrown out of the military for this. He fought, got some publicity for his case and was allowed to stay in. I inquired during this time as to what the guys thought of him and to a man they said he was a stellar soldier. Unbelievable.

    Hats off to you and to that Master Sgt. And thank you very much for relating that story.

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