Saturday, June 7, 2014

Child Protective Services, the Affordable Care Act & child trafficking


Live tonight on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report: Dave Hodges & Sheila Zilinsky
Friday, June 6, 2014:  Remember the Franklin cover-up? There is an excellent chance that you never heard of it, which is by design. It began with a raid of the Omaha, Nebraska’s Franklin Community Federal Credit Union in November 1988. Forty million dollars was missing and the credit union’s manager, Republican Party big shot Lawrence King, Jr. appeared at the epicenter of a brewing monetary scandal. As investigators began to probe deeper into the matter, they uncovered a network of sex trafficking of young children and minors that appeared to have connections to the highest levels of the state and federal government. Their investigation, however, was impeded by members of certain law enforcement agencies and members of the media. Other investigators were unable to finish their investigation, as they met untimely and even tragic ends. It is a tale of drugs, money-laundering, child abuse and even ritual murder. The story is told in a book titled The Franklin Cover-up written by former Nebraska Senator John DeCamp.

Today, a similar and equally nefarious pattern of child trafficking has been uncovered. There have been children taken from their otherwise stable homes by Child Protective Services and through other means under pretexts that have no basis in reality, except perhaps, as retribution for speaking out against homosexual marriage or disagreeing with various official government positions. It’s retribution at its worst and most heinous.
At the tip of the investigative spear today is Dave Hodges, a well-respected psychology, statistics and research professor, a college basketball coach, a mental health counselor, a political activist, writer and host of The Common Sense Show. He has uncovered what appears to be an agenda that has its origins and tentacles into various state agencies, combined with certain aspects of the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare.”
I have investigated one particular case that Mr. Hodges detailed to me, and my findings as a 28-year licensed investigator confirms his findings. A world of child sex trafficking exists today that can be traced back to seemingly corrupt or at least complicit state and federal agencies. In one case, a 4 year-old boy was taken from his mother and placed in the home of a homosexual male couple. Today, that child is reportedly exhibiting both physical and psychological signs of sexual abuse. Despite the evidence (limited in description here for reasons that should be obvious), the courts have denied the child protection from this abuse, perhaps being bought off or compromised in other ways. Regardless, the sex trafficking of young children taking place across the United States is real.
So too is the reality that exposing such activities can be hazardous to your health. The threats that Dave Hodges has received since digging deep into the world of the perverse and satanic are real. The threats to anyone who dares to publicly expose what is taking place in the state and federal government agencies, with certain “protected” individuals, and the court system are real. The sexual and satanic ritual abuse is real. This is a story that must be told. It is a heavily funded, well-protected, and highly organized system of child sex slavery under the cover and color of authority.
Dave Hodges will discuss his findings tonight on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report, along with Sheila Zilinski, host of The Weekend Vigilante, who has also investigated the sex crimes and abuse ocurring against children.
This will be an explosive program that will provide a glimpse into the seamy underworld of the militant homosexual agenda that exists inside and outside of government. We will expose just how dangerous poking into this specific topic can be, exposing some of the corrupt institutions of the government as well as the media.
Despite the threats, we are just getting started.
Dave Hodges: The Common Sense Show
Sheila Zilinsky: The Weekend Vigilante

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