Friday, August 9, 2019

Hillary Clinton Launches Her New York Child Protective Services Legal Defense Propaganda Campaign Video Featuring The U.S. Navy

That is correct and you heard it here, first.

Hillary Clinton has launched her latest and greatest child welfare legal defense propaganda campaign featuring the U.S. Navy from New York, one of the top five worst states in trafficking tiny humans.

How do I know this is for Hillary?

Because she and her "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) are going to swoop in to save the day when child welfare finally is allowed to be spoken about in the public.

Now, why is the U.S. Navy promoting a state program that is riddled with a history of billions of dollars in Medicaid fraud in child welfare?

Well, that is because the U.S. Navy are the ones who like to put on propaganda campaigns.

Just as Jack Posobiec!

Child Protective Services was based upon the Lebensborn model where I give full credit to Hillary Clinton for its U.S. implementation.

Child Protective Services, known as CPS, is the first leg in the acquisition of goods, more intuitively understood in the legal realms of asset forfeiture of chattel.

CPS is the input of trafficking tiny humans because this is about the Children's Trust Funds that have been pilfered from our most precious treasures - the children.

This is also the first stage of forced migration and gerrymandering.

Would you let a stranger come to your door, with no badge, no court order, and just snatch your kids?

Would you allow your child to enter the foster care system to be drugged, raped, beaten, tortured and used as a lab rat?

If you said yes to any of these aforementioned realities, then you are not human.

If you say that these horrors do not exist, then you are swimming in your own indoctrinated pool of propaganda excrement of cognitive denial.

Slavery was never abolished.

It was just reengineered to continue saving the savages.

Of course, there are those who will say, "If we get rid of CPS, then who is going to save the children?"

How about the family.

If you stop making people poor, then there would be no need for CPS because poverty is the crime of abuse and neglect.

This is my favorite CPS motivational video on child trafficking and I hope you enjoy it just as much as I do, each and every time I watch, which is often.

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