There are many, many valid reasons to criticize Donald Trump. However, Global(ist) News is being downright disingenuous about there not being any organized pedophile groups.
1. Trafficking, Smuggling, Child Exploitation
Global News, like CTV and CBC, are dependent on the Canadian taxpayers for funding, even though few actually watch them. They will never address serious issues like human smuggling or trafficking, or the connection between open borders, and human smuggling. This media outlet will also never get into the groups or NGOs who are pushing these agendas.
2. Global News Claims Networks Don’t Exist
Global News claims, (or at least one of their authors claims), claims that trafficking and pedo networks are just conspiracy theories, and that Q-Anon is just a group of crazies. Regardless of where the Q movement has gone, it does do some really good work. Read the article for yourself, but it’s clear the author hasn’t done much homework, or even checked out the Global News archives.
3. Global’s Own Archives Show Otherwise
The article’s author, Josh Elliott, implies that it’s nonsense to believe that there are organized groups of pedophiles, and other human rights abusers. However, even a quick look through Global’s archives show that these topics have been covered, many times.
It’s unclear whether this is done to take pot-shots at Trump personally, or to play down the existence of such groups.
Certainly, Trump has failed in many ways, such as: no wall, massive deficits, increased illegal immigration, and lackluster support for free speech. However, this isn’t really the place to go after him.
4. Some Background On Epstein/Maxwell Cases
For some more background on who Epstein and Maxwell were connected to, see Part 23 in the series. Many people with high connections were involved. Yet, Global News seems to believe that these networks are just conspiracy theories.
5. Maxwell Court Documents Ordered Unsealed
The Court ordered (see page 30) that the evidence and pleadings previous blocked from publication should now become unsealed. It was in the public interest to do so.
6. Flight Records Were Entered As Evidence
Now, John Roberts is a common enough name, but could it refer to the sitting Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court?
The records of the Lolita Express start at page 463 in the unsealed documents, and run some hundred pages. Some familiar names include: Bill Clinton, Alan Dershowitz, Kevin Spacey & Chris Tucker, to name just a few. These were actually used as evidence in court proceedings.
7. Pleading Records Were Released Too
Although too long to detail here, the pleadings of Virginia Roberts and Ghislaine Maxwell were both released as well. So this isn’t just wild speculation, but actual allegations and defenses filed with the courts.
Seriously, Global News, if you are going to claim that this is all a figment of Trump’s imagination, you’ll have to put a little more work into it, in order to be convincing.