Trump Signs Executive Order Giving FBI More Power For Human Trafficking Offences
New EO will strengthen enforcement of Federal law for illegal smuggling and trafficking of humans
Immediately after Jeff Sessions was sworn in as the new Attorney General today, President Trump signed a new executive order that would give the FBI extra powers to enforce the law in relation to Human Trafficking, among other crimes, bringing Pizzagate arrests one step closer to becoming a reality.
During the president's speech at the swearing-in ceremony in the Oval Office, Donald Trump said he would sign three executive orders that would give federal law enforcers extra powers to go after criminals, in particular, traffickers.
An anonymous FBI whistleblower revealed last week that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was ready to start making arrests in relation to the Pizzagate Washington D.C. pedophile ring but was held back as they awaited arrest warrants to be signed by the Department Of Justice.
Now that Sessions has been sworn in as the new AG, he will be able to sign the warrants of behalf of the Justice Department as he was apparently briefed on all of the evidence around 4 weeks ago, according to sources.
The surprise in Mr. Trump's speech today was the mention of trafficking, which many thought may be in relation to drug trafficking, which it was in part, but a closer look at the actual order reveals that it was, in fact, also relating to Human Trafficking.
The section to note of particular interest is here, courtesy of the Whitehouse;
Sec. 2. Policy. It shall be the policy of the executive branch to:
(a) strengthen enforcement of Federal law in order to thwart transnational criminal organizations and subsidiary organizations, including criminal gangs, cartels, racketeering organizations, and other groups engaged in illicit activities that present a threat to public safety and national security and that are related to, for example:
(i) the illegal smuggling and trafficking of humans, drugs or other substances, wildlife, and weapons;
(ii) corruption, cybercrime, fraud, financial crimes, and intellectual-property theft; or
(iii) the illegal concealment or transfer of proceeds derived from such illicit activities.
The whole Pizzagate/Pedogate scandal transcends pedophilia in the usual sense as it's also about trafficking children, and it goes way above the typical scope of criminal activity.
The names that have been mentioned in the scandal are people at the top of the political spectrum, and these people go undetected because their power has enabled them to manipulate the process of the law and keep them shielded from prosecution or even widespread public attention for their crimes.
This new order gives federal law enforcers extra powers they will need to go after these high-level pedophiles, and it could be the first step towards seeing the "elites" behind these sickening crimes finally being brought to justice.