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Citizens Petition Jim Jordan to Investigate Possible Gov’t Child Trafficking

'As trustees of the People, you swore by Oath to protect the rights of the People... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) A petition from an Ohio citizen has requested that GOP congressman Jim Jordan to take a stand against Child Protective Services, which has been accused of seizing children from their family homes and pushing them into lives of child prostitution.

The petition, titled “The People’s Notice to The Supreme Court and Jim Jordan,” puts pressure on Jordan, who is known as one of the most conservative members of Congress, National File reported.

“It is my wish for Jim Jordan, the whole of the Legislature, and the Supreme court Officers to declare whether the process of taking children, in return for federal funds, and force adopting them, has historical powers from the time of the American Revolution and under the Common Law,” the petition states.

“As trustees of the People, you swore by Oath to protect the rights of the People; therefore, it is my wish for you to make public statements about this issue, and for the Supreme court to declare that this practice is not in accordance with the historical tradition of this great nation,” It continues, requesting that the parties reply within 14 days “as… a matter of necessity to the People.”

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A recently released documentary uncovered the CPS scandal, exposing how the organization takes kids from homes and hospitals and pushes them into child sex slavery.

States collect Title IV Social Security money for each child adopted out of foster care, creating a financial incentive for local governments.

The film focused on Contra Costa County, California, where children who are in the care of the CPS system have died a short distance from Bohemian Grove, a site where global elites reportedly practice Moloch worship.

A recent viral video taken by a teen girl in foster care shows a CPS worker trying to compel her into prostitution.

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