President Trump promises to end human trafficking

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(Natural News) Responding to a growing body of evidence and increasing public awareness about the pedophilia problem that exists within the highest levels of government and religion, President Trump recently announced that his administration is launching a federal investigation into the matter.

As explained by Gabor Zolna from ZolnaReport.com in a video post available at REAL.video, the Trump administration is on a mission to put an end to human trafficking, which the President himself described as “horrific.”

During a recent press conference immediately following a meeting with human trafficking experts, President Trump announced that he’s instructing “the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, and other federal agencies” to begin working on a solution, noting that human trafficking has been on the federal government’s radar “for some time.”

“It has been much more focused over the last four weeks, I can tell you that,” the President told reporters about the seriousness with which he’s taking the matter. He also thanked staff members and his daughter Ivanka for hard work that he says they were doing in the lead-up to his announcement.

Watch the video below to hear Zolna read some of the highlights from President Trump’s announcement:

The pedophile takedown has only just begun

As you may recall, the mainstream media was quick to declare “fake news” when reports of “Pizzagate” were first emerging. It was immediately declared by the establishment to be a conspiracy theory hoax, even though there’s substantial evidence to suggest that a major pedophile ring does exist, not only in Washington, D.C., but all throughout the world.

President Trump seems to be aware of this, as he’s promised to implement the “full force and weight of our government” in putting an end to it.

“Human trafficking is a dire problem, both domestically and internationally, and is one that’s made really a challenge,” President Trump stated during the press conference. “And it’s really made possible to a large extent, more of a modern phenomenon, by what’s taking place on the Internet, as you probably know.”

While there have already been a few lower-level takedowns of pedophile rings, this is only the start. There are much more prominent names – celebrities and even politicians – who are guilty of horrific sex crimes against children, but that have yet to face justice.

Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney tweeted about this not long after President Trump was inaugurated, noting that both “Dems and Repubs” will eventually be taken down “because this goes to the top!” she exclaimed.

“Solving the human trafficking epidemic, which is what it is, is a priority for my administration,” President Trump added. “We’re going to help out a lot. ‘Solve’ is a wonderful word, a beautiful word, but I can tell you, we’re going to help a lot.”

Child sex abuse is a serious problem that must be exposed and eradicated

Why the mainstream media is being complicit in trying to pretend that pedophilia isn’t a rampant problem says quite a bit about who controls these news outlets. One would think that real reporters would want to get to the bottom of the issue in order to protect innocent children – the same ones that they claim are being threatened by the Second Amendment.

Zolna encourages his listeners and viewers to looking into the matter themselves and “let [him] know what [they] think.”

“You’ve got a good idea as to what I think, don’t you?” he says in his video.

Be sure to watch Zolna’s video for yourself at REAL.video.

You can also keep up with the latest news about what President Trump is doing from a strictly informative perspective by visiting Trump.news.

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