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originally posted by: texasgirl
To help those of you who think nothing is being done:
Hundreds Arrested in Massive Child Sex Ring in California:i
"According to police, the arrests included some entertainers, community leaders, white-collar professionals, a monk, and other high-ranking clergy members."
This operation was code named Operation Broken Heart III, which began happening in June, and some those arrests even included house hold names!
"Operation Broken Heart III is said to be part of a much larger operation that connects to national Elite pedophile rings and may extend worldwide."
Things are happening. We just aren't seeing it.
Police stated that they are unable to release any names at this point, but confirmed that the arrested included some “household names” in the entertainment industry.
Operation Broken Heart III is said to be part of a much larger operation that connects to national Elite pedophile rings and may extend worldwide.
Among those arrested was an Australian politician who was attempting to “purchase” a 6-year-old boy.
originally posted by: crankyoldman
originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: carewemust
At least you have mercy on me. Lol. Bless you
Was just looking at the page-count and thinking about how much time and effort you put into starting these Q threads. It's too bad there's a 400 page limit.
If regular contributors to this thread started a thread where the group can discuss NON-Q issues of interest, that would keep you from enduring that burdensome task so frequently. A dedicated moderator to keep this thread Q-focused would help, but self-restraint is always the best choice. I'm tempted to chime in to some off-topic stuff, but resist.
CARE-WE-MUST on the direction of the thread. I agree RE: Dash's work as well as the focus, self restraint must be learned.
1. Does this relate to Q?
2. Have I checked to see if covered already?
3. Have I read, reread and cut down my post to essentials.
4. Is my post supportive of everyone.
Care-we-must for the win
5. When the scholars look this thread up....
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
a reply to: AndyFromMichigan
My understanding is that that's from a fake or dubious news site, linking to an article from the LA Times in 2016 regarding a real bust. They then took that and Sorcha Faaled it to a degree.
It's not current.
Right now, this one-person logjam leaves Obama holdovers in those positions. Some of those look highly relevant to what is going on right now.
Voting to confirm an attorney general who won’t uphold the Constitution isn’t a way to inspire confidence among conservatives.
So, in addition to the aforementioned ten Republicans who said “aye” on the final vote to make Lynch attorney general, there are ten others who conspired in the GOP’s now routine parliamentary deception: Vote in favor of ending debate, knowing that this will give Democrats ultimate victory, but cast a meaningless vote against the Democrats in the final tally in order to pose as staunch Obama opponents when schmoozing the saps back home. These ten — John Thune (S.D.), John Cornyn (Texas), Bob Corker (Tenn.), Lamar Alexander (Tenn.), Pat Roberts (Kan.), Richard Burr (N.C.), Shelley Moore Capito (W.Va.), Cory Gardner (Col.), Mike Rounds (S.D.), and Thom Tillis (N.C.) — are just as willfully complicit in Lynch’s confirmation and her imminent execution of Obama’s lawlessness.