Pizzagate Arrests Coming? Police Nab VIP Pedophile Connected to Clintons
Jerry Sandusky's adopted son has been arrested for sexually assaulting children. Links between Sandusky and the Clintons are already well-established.
The last major Pizzagate-related news came two weeks ago, when a CBS reporter who made a balanced but extremely damning report on the scandal disappeared, along with all his social media accounts.
Since then, there have been rumors of impending arrests related to Pizzagate, a term now used to refer to large networks of VIP pedophile rings.
As we wrote over the weekend:
We know that Bill Clinton made twenty-six journeys on Jeffrey Epstein's notorious 'Lolita Express' – the aircraft which brought Epstein's guests to parties on his Caribbean island and other destinations where underage girls were regularly on the menu. Recent revelations about Anthony Weiner, ex-husband of Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Huma Abedin, point in the same direction. Then of course we have the leaked Podesta emails and the whole 'Pizzagate' affair. If there is any truth at all in the idea that the coded language used in these emails refers to the sexual abuse of underage children, then it would appear that a substantial segment of the Democratic Party (as well apparently as some members of the Republican Party) are active pedophiles.
An adopted son of Jerry Sandusky — the infamous Penn state football coach who "groomed" children for sex using his "charity organization", The Second Mile — has been charged with sexually assaulting children.
This could be the start of something big. There are already established connections between Sandusky and the Clintons, as well as other Washington elites:
Interestingly, the Sanduskys and their charities have connections to high-level politicians and their families, both republicans and democrats, as well as some wealthy elite figures.
Mark Madden, who is familiar with the case involving Sandusky, said that his sources were investigating Sandusky for prostituting children to “rich donors.”
He said, “hold on to your stomachs, boys, this is gross, I will use the only language I can — that Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich donors. That was being investigated by two prominent columnists even as I speak.”
Second Mile is a charity organization that Sandusky worked with.
U.S. President George H. W. Bush praised the group as a “shining example” of charity work in a 1990 letter, one of that president’s much-promoted “Thousand points of light” encouragements to volunteer community organizations. Citing Sandusky’s work with The Second Mile charity to provide care for foster children, then U.S. Senator Rick Santorum honored Sandusky with an Angels in Adoption award in 2002.