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Been there done that. Im happy with what ive got for now.. That really my only setback using the phone.
 

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Ex-Arizona Official Gets Six Years for Smuggling Pregnant Women Into U.S. to Sell Their Babies

‘GET-RICH QUICK SCHEME’
“You became complicit in selling babies,” a judge told the former Maricopa County assessor and adoption lawyer who pleaded guilty in an illegal fraud scheme.

Kate Briquelet
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Updated Dec. 01, 2020 10:03PM ET / Published Dec. 01, 2020 6:27PM ET

Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Handout

An Arizona man was sentenced to six years behind bars Tuesday for smuggling pregnant women into America as part of an illegal adoption scheme that operated in three states and helped to bankroll his luxurious lifestyle.
Paul Petersen, a Republican former Maricopa County assessor and adoption lawyer, pleaded guilty in June to paying expectant mothers from the Republic of the Marshall Islands—a chain of islands between Hawaii and the Philippines—to have babies in the U.S. and give them up to adoptive families in exchange for thousands of dollars.


During his sentencing hearing, however, Petersen denied knowing that his employees in the adoption fraud operation had coerced these women by threatening to take away their passports if they tried to back out of the deal.
“I did treat everyone in their situation, on all sides of the adoption, with respect,” Petersen told the court. “I did try to promote respect for Marshallese culture. I got into adoptions because quite simply I loved the Marshall Islands and the Marshallese people.”
“If even one of these beautiful ladies felt wronged, it’s one too many,” added Petersen, a father of four and a licensed attorney in Arkansas, Arizona, and Utah. He reportedly got involved in Marshallese adoptions in 1998 while working on the islands as a missionary through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
U.S. District Judge Timothy Brooks sentenced Petersen, 45, to 74 months in federal prison and $105,100 in fines for one count of “conspiracy to smuggle illegal aliens for private financial gain.” Petersen’s sentence includes three years of supervised release after he leaves a federal prison in Arizona.
Prosecutors accused Petersen of falsifying records, lying to state court judges, and instructing the pregnant women to lie during court proceedings as part of the scheme. David Clay Fowlkes, first assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, said Petersen also “manipulated birth mothers into consenting to adoptions they did not fully understand.”
In a sentencing memorandum filed this month, prosecutors said Petersen’s operation exploited poor women who didn’t speak English and threatened them if they tried to get out of the adoptions. They said the scheme helped to fund a lavish lifestyle for Petersen and his family which included multiple residences, trips to New York and California, luxury cars, and “a large residence in an exclusive gated community in Arizona.”

“The people who brought them to the United States threatened to call the police and prosecute them if they attempted to back out of the adoption proceedings,” the government added in the memorandum. “These circumstances prevented their escape as securely as if they were chained to a wall.”
The memorandum alleged the $10,000 Petersen offered the women was “an amount of money that they simply could not refuse for people that lived in poverty on a remote island.”
“Notably, however, the birth mothers actually received far less than they were promised and had ‘living expenses’ deducted from their promised payment, living expenses which consisted of them being housed in deplorable, crowded homes with other pregnant women,” prosecutors added in the document.
On Tuesday, Brooks said Petersen illegally transported “vulnerable” women in 25 to 99 separate cases, though only four instances are noted in the plea agreement. “Your side hustle in the adoption business was a criminal livelihood,” Brooks said.
The judge continued: “You had aspirations of going into politics. You wanted to have all of the nice things in life and that required money and somewhere you went astray. … You became complicit in selling babies.”
According to a superseding indictment from October 2019, Petersen, his alleged accomplice, Maki Takehisa, and others helped to transport four pregnant women and “conceal the true purpose of their travel” from U.S. officials as early as April 2014.
Per a 2003 agreement with the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Marshallese citizens may enter the U.S. for employment but are prohibited from coming to America for the purpose of adoption.
In one case, Petersen paid for a woman identified as R.M.J. to fly to Arkansas in April 2014. The woman gave birth to a baby boy at a local hospital in July 2014, and six days later, a family in the U.S. adopted the boy during a proceeding that Petersen “filed in his capacity as a licensed attorney,” the plea agreement states.
Takehisa offered to pay this woman $10,000 for her travel and to consent to the adoption. R.M.J. returned to the Marshall Islands in August 2014, and the adoptive family paid Petersen $13,300 for his role in arranging the adoption. (The plea agreement does not state whether R.M.J. received the full $10,000 offered to her.)
Petersen also paid a woman named A.T. about $7,300 while she was in America to give up her baby boy. The woman stayed at a small residence in Dequeen, Arkansas with nine other pregnant Marshallese women in late 2014, and an adoptive family paid Petersen $27,000 for his work in securing the adoption of A.T.’s child.
Meanwhile, a woman referred to as R.J. flew to Arkansas in February 2015 and gave birth to a girl months later. She also stayed at the cramped Dequeen residence. A family paid Petersen $30,000 to arrange the adoption of the girl, and Petersen paid R.J. $10,300.
In a fourth instance, Petersen paid D.J. to fly to Arkansas in March 2015, and a family adopted her newborn boy in May of that year. The family paid Petersen $32,000, and he paid D.J. $10,800, the plea agreement alleges.
Fowlkes noted some of the women had doubts about the adoptions and were told they could no longer change their minds about giving up their babies.
He said Petersen “found a loophole that allowed him to run an adoption company with zero oversight.” Petersen brought women to the U.S. without a visa and made sure the babies were born in America so they’d automatically be citizens, Fowlkes said. Petersen and his agents also filed for state health-care benefits for the women, so he wouldn’t have to cover the women’s expensive hospital bills.
“The defendant did this for one reason and one reason only: money,” Fowlkes said, adding, “It was a get-rich-quick scheme hidden behind the slick veneer of a humanitarian operation.”
 

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https://www.thedailybeast.com/ex-ar...g-pregnant-women-into-us-to-sell-their-babies

Ex-Arizona Official Gets Six Years for Smuggling Pregnant Women Into U.S. to Sell Their Babies

‘GET-RICH QUICK SCHEME’
“You became complicit in selling babies,” a judge told the former Maricopa County assessor and adoption lawyer who pleaded guilty in an illegal fraud scheme.

Kate Briquelet
Senior Reporter

Updated Dec. 01, 2020 10:03PM ET / Published Dec. 01, 2020 6:27PM ET

Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Handout

An Arizona man was sentenced to six years behind bars Tuesday for smuggling pregnant women into America as part of an illegal adoption scheme that operated in three states and helped to bankroll his luxurious lifestyle.
Paul Petersen, a Republican former Maricopa County assessor and adoption lawyer, pleaded guilty in June to paying expectant mothers from the Republic of the Marshall Islands—a chain of islands between Hawaii and the Philippines—to have babies in the U.S. and give them up to adoptive families in exchange for thousands of dollars.


During his sentencing hearing, however, Petersen denied knowing that his employees in the adoption fraud operation had coerced these women by threatening to take away their passports if they tried to back out of the deal.
“I did treat everyone in their situation, on all sides of the adoption, with respect,” Petersen told the court. “I did try to promote respect for Marshallese culture. I got into adoptions because quite simply I loved the Marshall Islands and the Marshallese people.”
“If even one of these beautiful ladies felt wronged, it’s one too many,” added Petersen, a father of four and a licensed attorney in Arkansas, Arizona, and Utah. He reportedly got involved in Marshallese adoptions in 1998 while working on the islands as a missionary through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
U.S. District Judge Timothy Brooks sentenced Petersen, 45, to 74 months in federal prison and $105,100 in fines for one count of “conspiracy to smuggle illegal aliens for private financial gain.” Petersen’s sentence includes three years of supervised release after he leaves a federal prison in Arizona.
Prosecutors accused Petersen of falsifying records, lying to state court judges, and instructing the pregnant women to lie during court proceedings as part of the scheme. David Clay Fowlkes, first assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, said Petersen also “manipulated birth mothers into consenting to adoptions they did not fully understand.”
In a sentencing memorandum filed this month, prosecutors said Petersen’s operation exploited poor women who didn’t speak English and threatened them if they tried to get out of the adoptions. They said the scheme helped to fund a lavish lifestyle for Petersen and his family which included multiple residences, trips to New York and California, luxury cars, and “a large residence in an exclusive gated community in Arizona.”

“The people who brought them to the United States threatened to call the police and prosecute them if they attempted to back out of the adoption proceedings,” the government added in the memorandum. “These circumstances prevented their escape as securely as if they were chained to a wall.”
The memorandum alleged the $10,000 Petersen offered the women was “an amount of money that they simply could not refuse for people that lived in poverty on a remote island.”
“Notably, however, the birth mothers actually received far less than they were promised and had ‘living expenses’ deducted from their promised payment, living expenses which consisted of them being housed in deplorable, crowded homes with other pregnant women,” prosecutors added in the document.
On Tuesday, Brooks said Petersen illegally transported “vulnerable” women in 25 to 99 separate cases, though only four instances are noted in the plea agreement. “Your side hustle in the adoption business was a criminal livelihood,” Brooks said.
The judge continued: “You had aspirations of going into politics. You wanted to have all of the nice things in life and that required money and somewhere you went astray. … You became complicit in selling babies.”
According to a superseding indictment from October 2019, Petersen, his alleged accomplice, Maki Takehisa, and others helped to transport four pregnant women and “conceal the true purpose of their travel” from U.S. officials as early as April 2014.
Per a 2003 agreement with the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Marshallese citizens may enter the U.S. for employment but are prohibited from coming to America for the purpose of adoption.
In one case, Petersen paid for a woman identified as R.M.J. to fly to Arkansas in April 2014. The woman gave birth to a baby boy at a local hospital in July 2014, and six days later, a family in the U.S. adopted the boy during a proceeding that Petersen “filed in his capacity as a licensed attorney,” the plea agreement states.
Takehisa offered to pay this woman $10,000 for her travel and to consent to the adoption. R.M.J. returned to the Marshall Islands in August 2014, and the adoptive family paid Petersen $13,300 for his role in arranging the adoption. (The plea agreement does not state whether R.M.J. received the full $10,000 offered to her.)
Petersen also paid a woman named A.T. about $7,300 while she was in America to give up her baby boy. The woman stayed at a small residence in Dequeen, Arkansas with nine other pregnant Marshallese women in late 2014, and an adoptive family paid Petersen $27,000 for his work in securing the adoption of A.T.’s child.
Meanwhile, a woman referred to as R.J. flew to Arkansas in February 2015 and gave birth to a girl months later. She also stayed at the cramped Dequeen residence. A family paid Petersen $30,000 to arrange the adoption of the girl, and Petersen paid R.J. $10,300.
In a fourth instance, Petersen paid D.J. to fly to Arkansas in March 2015, and a family adopted her newborn boy in May of that year. The family paid Petersen $32,000, and he paid D.J. $10,800, the plea agreement alleges.
Fowlkes noted some of the women had doubts about the adoptions and were told they could no longer change their minds about giving up their babies.
He said Petersen “found a loophole that allowed him to run an adoption company with zero oversight.” Petersen brought women to the U.S. without a visa and made sure the babies were born in America so they’d automatically be citizens, Fowlkes said. Petersen and his agents also filed for state health-care benefits for the women, so he wouldn’t have to cover the women’s expensive hospital bills.
“The defendant did this for one reason and one reason only: money,” Fowlkes said, adding, “It was a get-rich-quick scheme hidden behind the slick veneer of a humanitarian operation.”
ONLY 6 yrs ? Even less with Goodtime. Hell, That is just Vacation Time and time to improve their scheme for the next round when the get out.
 

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Just curious what political party he may have been affiliated with....
 

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Just curious what political party he may have been affiliated with....
Republican.

Paul Petersen, a Republican former Maricopa County assessor and adoption lawyer, pleaded guilty in June to paying expectant mothers from the Republic of the Marshall Islands—a chain of islands between Hawaii and the Philippines—to have babies in the U.S. and give them up to adoptive families in exchange for thousands of dollars.
 

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He likes the Marshall Islands so much let him reside there....underneath them.
Are those the floating islands that a politician talked about in a hearing ?
 

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https://nypost.com/2020/12/05/nypd-busts-jet-exec-in-child-sex-trafficking-probe/

Check out link. Jet rides with underage.

‘Operation Mile High’: NYPD busts jet exec in child sex trafficking probe
By Sara Dorn
December 5, 2020 | 11:22am | Updated




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Assembly moves to protect trafficking victims — and some pimps, too
The CEO of a private jet company was busted last week for allegedly attempting to sell sex with two underage girls to an undercover agent, the New York Attorney General said Saturday.
Paul Alexander, 57, was arrested for trafficking children across state lines as part of a months-long probe by the state prosecutor’s office and NYPD Vice Squad dubbed “Operation Mile High” — a nod to his job as an executive at Central Jet Charter, Letitia James’ office said.
The investigation began in March, when an underage victim reported Alexander to the NYPD, alleging he pimped out and abused her and other girls, the AG said.
An undercover agent posing as a John then met with Alexander, who charged him $300 for sex with 12- and 14-year-old girls.
Alexander also encouraged the agent to ply the girls with marijuana and alcohol to make them more cooperative, according to the press release.
Alexander, a Level 3 registered sex offender, was arraigned Saturday in Bronx County Criminal Court on multiple counts of sex trafficking of a child and related charges.
He is the first to be charged with the newly enacted crime of child sex trafficking in New York state, which carries a steeper penalty than trafficking of adults.
 

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https://nypost.com/2020/12/05/nypd-busts-jet-exec-in-child-sex-trafficking-probe/

Check out link. Jet rides with underage.

‘Operation Mile High’: NYPD busts jet exec in child sex trafficking probe
By Sara Dorn
December 5, 2020 | 11:22am | Updated




Paul Alexander
NY State Criminal Justice

Assembly moves to protect trafficking victims — and some pimps, too
The CEO of a private jet company was busted last week for allegedly attempting to sell sex with two underage girls to an undercover agent, the New York Attorney General said Saturday.
Paul Alexander, 57, was arrested for trafficking children across state lines as part of a months-long probe by the state prosecutor’s office and NYPD Vice Squad dubbed “Operation Mile High” — a nod to his job as an executive at Central Jet Charter, Letitia James’ office said.
The investigation began in March, when an underage victim reported Alexander to the NYPD, alleging he pimped out and abused her and other girls, the AG said.
An undercover agent posing as a John then met with Alexander, who charged him $300 for sex with 12- and 14-year-old girls.
Alexander also encouraged the agent to ply the girls with marijuana and alcohol to make them more cooperative, according to the press release.
Alexander, a Level 3 registered sex offender, was arraigned Saturday in Bronx County Criminal Court on multiple counts of sex trafficking of a child and related charges.
He is the first to be charged with the newly enacted crime of child sex trafficking in New York state, which carries a steeper penalty than trafficking of adults.
how about the pilots? any attendants? how about the fuelers? maintenance guys? anyone else know about it and said nothing?

justice is not just about giving anyone a measly six year sentence, they have help along the way, and a pilot or a cabin attendant or the maintenance guy who sees an on-ground episode? etc...

we never read about those 'sheep', or maybe this is actually the shortcomings of a justice system that's so focused on taking out the 'strong' ones and not the 'compliant' ones, we're never given the rest of the story so, naturally, we just fill in the rest with our own happy-ending...until life slaps us across the face

am i right? a project like this takes more than just one guy to abuse these children...
 

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how about the pilots? any attendants? how about the fuelers? maintenance guys? anyone else know about it and said nothing?

justice is not just about giving anyone a measly six year sentence, they have help along the way, and a pilot or a cabin attendant or the maintenance guy who sees an on-ground episode? etc...

we never read about those 'sheep', or maybe this is actually the shortcomings of a justice system that's so focused on taking out the 'strong' ones and not the 'compliant' ones, we're never given the rest of the story so, naturally, we just fill in the rest with our own happy-ending...until life slaps us across the face

am i right? a project like this takes more than just one guy to abuse these children...
I think he was the pilot, Buck. And it was a small jet -- not a Lolita Express. Could be he did it all by himself. They oughta just drop him 79 miles off Nantucket... if he swims all the way to shore, he gets a pardon.

LATE EDIT ADD: He would not be required to file a flight plan (like the LLExpress) if he did not go to another country. You can just hop in your go-toy, tell the tower "goodbye", and in perfect legality take off and fly anywhere. Done it myself. So the folks who gassed up the plane dunno nuffin, and never do. About the same as a gas station attendant: They dunno where you are gonna drive to with the gas they just put in.

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https://www.state.gov/humantrafficking/



Department of State @StateDept

We are proud to announce a new whole-of-government human trafficking website with federal resources for victims, current funding opportunities, public awareness and training efforts and information on survivor leadership.



https://twitter.com/StateDept/status/1336350667020120065
 

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February 15 2020



Prince Andrew link to second ‘predator’ Peter Nygard



The Duke of York faces renewed scrutiny over his judgment after a fashion tycoon at whose Caribbean mansion he stayed was accused of luring girls as young as 14 to the property, where they were drugged and raped.



The allegations against Peter Nygard are strikingly similar to those against the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, a friend of the duke, which led to Prince Andrew stepping back from his royal duties.



Mr Nygard, 77, and his companies have been accused in a civil claim brought by ten women of operating a “sex-trafficking ring” to transport young victims to his mansion in the Bahamas where they endured depraved abuse.



https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/prince-andrew-link-to-second-predator-peter-nygard-ntgf5prvl
 

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hey just keep adding........

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Sure seems a lot of executing needs done......
 

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2 Brothers Allegedly Murdered Fla. Girl in 2006 Because They Mistakenly Thought She Was Pregnant
One of the suspects was 20 at the time of the killing and worried he'd get in trouble because the victim was underage

By KC Baker
December 22, 2020


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Amber Woods

| CREDIT: MANATEE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Three men have been arrested and charged in connection with the 2006 slaying of a Florida teen they mistakenly believed was pregnant, say police.

In February 2006, the body of 16-year-old Amber Woods was found in the high grass in a remote part of State Road 62 in Hardee County, Manatee County Sheriff Rick Wells said at a press conference Monday.

The teen had been shot in the back.

Over the years, the case went cold.

On Monday, the sheriff announced that two brothers, Ralph Williams, 35, Tyjuan Williams, 32, and their half-brother Jamaine Brown, 37, had been arrested and charged in connection with Woods’ death.

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Ralph Williams and Tyjuan Williams were arrested on Dec. 15 and are both charged with second-degree murder.

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At the time they were arrested and charged, Ralph Williams was already in custody in Polk County on unrelated charges; Tyjuan Williams was in custody in Hardee County on unrelated charges, Wells said.

They are being held without bond and are awaiting extradition.

It is unclear whether they have entered pleas or whether they have retained attorneys who can speak on their behalf.

Brown was arrested in May and charged with kidnapping, Wells said.

Brown was arrested in May and on Friday, in a plea agreement with prosecutors, “He pleaded [guilty] to the charge of accessory to murder,” Wells said.

As part of the plea agreement, he told authorities about Woods’ alleged kidnapping and shooting death. (Brown's attorney did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.)

Brown's arrest came after a witness allegedly told police he saw Brown arguing with Woods outside her home on Feb. 11, 2006, and ordering her to get into the car, according to an arrest warrant affidavit obtained by the Bradenton Herald.

In 2006, Ralph Williams was 20 when he was dating Woods and believed she was pregnant.

Detectives allegedly found a text message that he “was concerned he could face criminal charges because she was underage,” Wells said.

As a result, “he wanted to end the relationship and conspired with his brothers” to kidnap and kill Woods, Wells alleged.

Woods was last seen by her aunt at their home on State Road 62 at 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 11, 2006, Wells said.

In a November 2, 2020, interview as part of his plea agreement, Brown told detectives that on the night that Woods was allegedly kidnapped, she was driven to a rural location on State Road 62, Wells said.


Based on information police obtained from Brown, Wells alleged, “They got out of the car, and Tyjuan shot Amber once in the back. Jamaine and Ralph then dragged her deceased body off the roadway into the high grass, before fleeing the scene.”

Her body was spotted by a passerby at 7:30 a.m. on the south side of the highway.

An autopsy confirmed that Woods was not actually pregnant.

Detectives tried to solve her murder but over the years, the case went cold.

In 2019, detectives began looking into the case again.

“This started with two detectives who picked up this cold case knowing they could do more – knowing they could bring justice to Amber’s family,” Wells said.

A phone allegedly used by Ralph Williams on the night of the slaying was in the vicinity of the location where Woods’ body was found, Wells said.

Tapping into “previously unavailable technology,” the crime analysis unit used tracking software to pinpoint the phone’s location that night, he said.

“We always believed that these three murderers were in cahoots together and were trying to do everything they could to conceal the fact that they had murdered Amber and they went the last several years like nothing ever happened,” Wells said.

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Woods’ family is relieved that the men have been arrested and charged, but are still mourning her loss.

“She was a good person, kind-hearted, loved her family,” Woods’s relative, Crystal Moses, said, ABC7 reports.

“They took something that can never be replaced, ever,” said Moses.
 

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With the veto, Trump destroys their access to kids.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/...0-direct-payments-to-coronavirus-relief-bill/

He criticized the billions appropriated for aid to countries like Cambodia, Burma, Egypt, countries in Central America, and even $25 million for “democracy and gender programs” in Pakistan.

What? No money for Haiti? I bet Hillary is pissed. She did her best to kidnap children under the guise of humanitarian aid during a crisis (earthquake) and now we have another "crisis" (COVID). I guess they're having to depend on their old stomping grounds because Cambodia has been known as a pedo vacation spot for a long time.

The president also ridiculed the bill for including $40 million for the Kennedy Center, $1 billion for the Smithsonian, and $154 for the National Gallery of Art.

Those of us who have ventured into the deeper, darker rabbit holes knows that art is being used to disguise child sex trafficking and things associated with it such as cp. Most pizzagate researchers are familiar with the Getty Museum and the Podesta Bros. treasured pieces. Then, there's James Alefantis' Pegasus Museum. I'm sure Trump and his allies know all about the money laundering, child trafficking, and other nefarious activities are going on, and here we have the Dems including it in their stimulus package as pork. It's beyond obvious that their access to children is drying up and they're trying to use the stimulus bill to regain access.

These people are sick, stupid, and desperate!
 

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Anonymous 12/18/20 (Fri) 13:14:59cf185c (28) No.12080896 >>12080970 >>12081164 >>12081459 >>12081607


900+ Abortion Clinics Have Lost Taxpayer Funding Thanks to President Trump

President Trump continues to be a trail blazer against abortion, and a new scathing repot shows that a massive amount of abortion clinics have been stripped of government funding under his leadership.

How many you ask? Well let’s take a look.

A new report indicates President Donald Trump has been responsible for de-funding almost 900 facilities that either perform or promote killing babies in abortions.

Last May, the Trump administration published a new proposal for Title X that would prohibit Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses from receiving any of those tax dollars unless they completely separate their abortion businesses from their taxpayer-funded services. That mean housing their family planning services in separate buildings with separate staff from their abortion businesses and a denial of funds if they fail to do so.

Federal courts eventually let the defunding rules move forward and eventually Planned Parenthood and other abortion activists left the Title X program and gave up $60 million of taxpayer dollars.

It’s interesting that evangelicals and some conservative Christians haven’t backed the President as they should. He’s truly been fighting for the unborn since his inauguration.

https://thedcpatriot.com/wow-900-abortion-clinics-have-lost-taxpayer-funding-thanks-to-president-trump/
 

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VIRGINIA POLITICIAN WHO ADVOCATED PEDOPHILIA ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPPING 12-YEAR OLD GIRL



https://newspunch.com/virginia-politician-who-advocated-pedophilia-arrested-for-kidnapping-12-year-old-girl/
 

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Satanic Child Sacrifice - ex Illuminati Banker Testimony

Ex-Illuminati Banker/Financial Entrepreneur Ronald Bernard Exposes Satanic Ritualistic Child Abuse and Sacrifice.

He is under a lifetime contract to never disclose the names of people, organisations and companies that tried to train him to be a psychopath.

The circles he moved among taught him to put his conscience on the deep freeze. However, Bernard’s conscience got the better of him, and he failed the training. ((April 2018 Testimony))

 

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He and Chrissy were asked about the craziest place they had sex, and she looked at him and said "with Obama?"
 

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LOL, it's like the story that just doesn't end


and i'm seriously thinking johnny is gay, so, it sorta all works out

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