Why Can’t They Find Washington’s Missing Black Girls?

D.C.’s missing black girls leave unanswered questions

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An under reported story that has come to light in Washington D.C. is that of the missing black girls. There has been a lot of speculation as to what could be going on here. Some think that it might be the work of a serial killer. Serial killers tend to have a “type” or a preference to specific victims. Others have linked this to the Clinton Podesta Pizzagate conspiracy.

For those of you unfamiliar with #pizzagate here is the abridged story. During the 2016 election primaries, Wikileaks leaked thousands of emails. Those emails were delivered to them by from what Julian Assange says was a disgruntled DNC staffer. Of course Democrats and the liberal media outlets ran with the story that Russia leaked the emails to Wikileaks. They claimed it was a way for Russia to “steal” or control the election results. Now of course to those paying attention Hillary won the popular vote, yet Trump won the Electoral College. Trump worked his butt off to win the E.C. votes and Clinton just felt like she had it in the bag and didn’t.

The most important thing to note about the whole email scandal was that James Comey, the FBI director stated that the contents of the leaked emails were indeed authentic. In other words, none of the emails were faked or forged. Inside those emails there was evidence of the #pizzagate scandal. Comet Ping Pong is a pizza joint in D.C. where Clinton also hid one of the illegal private servers she was caught using. Comet Ping Pong was also said to have been a sort of rally point where the trafficked children would sort of pass through and be passed off to adults.

Now of course left wing news outlets claim that this story has been debunked, but has it? In one of the emails there is an excerpt that reads as follows: “We plan to heat the pool, so a swim is a possibility. Bonnie will be Uber Service to transport Ruby, Emerson, and Maeve Luzzatto (11, 9, and almost 7) so you’ll have some further entertainment, and they will be in that pool for sure.” Sounds pretty shady right? And there were a few others as well with similar types of short speak or almost a code.

To make for even more suspicious circumstances, in 2014 a D.C. police officer was caught and admitted to running a prostitution ring. He was caught using minors as prostitutes as well. This was only about a year and a half before these emails were discovered. Local news station WJLA reported that they found a teen girl in the officer’s apartment in a back room. When interviewed she stated that “she had met six other girls inside the Southeast D.C. apartment who told her that they were also being prostituted, including with ads posted on backpage.com. The suspect also allegedly took naked photos of the girls, purportedly for use in advertisements for sex.”

Could this officer have been linked to the #pizzagate scandal in some way? The Congressional Black Caucus is calling for an investigation into the missing black and latina female teens. What will they find if the investigation is done? Will the mostly liberal CBC present the findings if it does somehow lead to the #pizzagate scandal or will the cover for their fellow liberals? It is clear that Democrats were quick to dismiss the scandal and tried to bury it in whatever they could. The still yet to be proven Trump/Russia collusion story and many other such nonsense news stories is just one example of this. In fact while the emails were being leaked, Democrats seemed to be more worried about how the emails were leaked rather than what was actually in them. They were almost unwilling to even discuss the email contents. Some even suggested that people who read the emails were breaking the law, as a deterrent to stop people from reading them.

Some interesting statistics on missing kids that were released on 12/01/16 by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children show that the two states with the highest rate of missing kids are Maryland and Virginia, two states that surround Washington D.C. Maryland Could this be a coincidence, or is this directly related to the big picture?

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Some sources point out that Laura Silsby, who changed her name to Laura Gayler is the VP of Marketing for AlertSense. Alertsense is the company that issues Amber Alerts and Laura is a woman who was allegedly arrest for attempting to traffic 30 children in Haiti. Haiti is where the Clinton Foundation got caught up in a scandal after the giant earthquake that practically leveled it. Laura and Hillary also happen to be friends. Is this yet another coincidence? Remember, one of the issues with these missing black girls in DC is that there were no Amber Alerts released for any of them.

What we have:

  1. As of 2014, 64,000 Black women went missing nationwide
  2. Local police data show 22 missing child cases are open in DC
  3. Almost complete media blackout
  4. Possible links to sex trafficking of minors in Clinton/Podesta email leak
  5. Police officer caught trafficking minor females inside D.C.
  6. A woman who was caught trafficking kids working within the Amber Alert system
  7. Surrounding states that have the highest rates of missing kids

You do not have to be a conspiracy theorist to notice that these things are quite odd. There were even large town hall meetings of concerned citizens held recently over this missing girl issue, they pretty much went nowhere though. Remember, it was only just a few years ago that people thought that the notion of the government spying on U.S. citizens was just a conspiracy theory or a crazy notion. In the UK as well, many employees at the British Broadcasting Corporation and within parliament who were caught up in a pedophile ring. At the end of the day, we still have a lot to learn about this topic and we promise that we will keep you updated the more new information comes out.

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