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Is Child Protective Services Turning Foster Kids into Underground Prostitutes?

Another case in Texas caught a CPS support staff member coercing a girl into prostitution in exchange for food...

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Several calls have been made to government officials requesting that an investigation into Child Protective Services be launched over suspicion CPS agents may be luring vulnerable children into prostitution.

A recently released documentary titled Save the Babies: A Documentary on CPS Child Trafficking, exposed how CPS allegedly grooms kids with unstable home lives and turns them towards sex slavery.

The film narrows in on Contra Costa County in California, where several children who were in the CPS system have been found dead, National File reported.

States collect Title IV Social Security money for every child adopted out of foster care, incentivizing social workers to coerce children away from their families and put them in the foster care system.

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Parents and concerned parties across the nation have reached out to their state politicians in an attempt to spur an investigation into the organization.

A mother in California who is fighting the system to get her daughter back, asked Democrat Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto to do something about the problem. The issue may be key in the upcoming midterm election.

A petition for an investigation has been sent to Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan requesting a deeper look into the workings of CPS.

Another case in Texas caught a CPS support staff member coercing a girl into prostitution in exchange for food.

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The worker has been fired and the girl’s mother removed her from the situation.

Commissioner of CPS, Jamie Masters, personally apologized to the mother and daughter for the situation, which the mother openly stated she did not believe was a genuine apology.

Instead of focusing on helping children in need, CPS is focused on removing kids from parents do not “affirm” their self-perceived gender identity.

Virginia lawmaker Elizabeth Guzman introduced a bill that would result in the criminal investigation and prosecution of parents who do not affirm their child’s gender identification and allowing CPS to take these mentally compromised children and put them in the foster care system.

 

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