Pizzagate Arrests: FBI Arrest Hundreds In Child Sex Trafficking Sting
Nationwide operation sees 100s arrested across 14 states
The FBI has conducted a huge nationwide sting operation that has seen over 500 arrested in connection with human trafficking offenses in what appears to be the first wave of Pizzagate related arrests.
Among the hundreds arrested, are said to be police officers, firefighters, and state officials.
The operation involved 23 different law enforcement agencies across the US and targetted sex trafficking and pedophile rings.
The huge bust also saw over 70 juveniles and adults rescued from being illegal bought and sold for sex.
The operation was said to have gathered a lot of its intel during the Super Bowl, which, unfortunately, has become a haven for human traffickers as they use the distraction as a shield for illicit activity.
In a press release from the Illinois Sheriff's Department, Sheriff Thomas J. Dart said;
"Sex trafficking continues to destroy countless lives, and this broad national movement should send a strong message"
"It's particularly meaningful that this sting culminated on the day of the Super Bowl, which unfortunately has emerged as a prominent haven for sex trafficking."
"I'm exceedingly proud to lead the nation in targeting sex buyers and traffickers"
"We made it clear that there is no place for victimization and sexual exploitation."
Following the swearing in of Jeff Sessions as the new Attorney General, President Trump immediately signed a new executive order giving federal law enforcers extra powers to deal with human traffickers.
An anonymous whistleblower had revealed that the FBI had applied for arrest warrants to begin making high-level arrests once Sessions was sworn in as the new AG, with many hoping to see high-level arrests take place immediately after.
It seems now that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is working with a different strategy as they quietly make lower-level arrests as they most likely build a case and gather intel to begin making bigger arrests.
Hopefully, we should start to see more sting operations over the coming weeks that will eventually lead right to the top of the elite Washington D.C. pedophile ring.
After all, something this big couldn't realistically happen overnight.