Inconvenient Truths: The U.S. Government Kidnaps, Trafficks and Murders American Children Every Day in America, Land of the “Free”
For the past several days, both the corporate and alternative media have been publishing headlines about the tragic death of a 22-year-old Georgia nursing student, Laken Hope Riley. And while this is indeed a very tragic death, thousands of young people die every day in the United States, so why has this girl's death made headline news all over the country? Riley's death is making headline news because her alleged murderer was a migrant who crossed the border illegally, so that her tragic death can be politicized. Those on the Right are blaming Biden, while those on the Left are blaming Trump. Do you see how the Mockingbird Media cleverly controls the narrative so that no matter what side you are on, you will blame this tragic death on foreign criminals who are coming to this country illegally and putting our young people and children at risk due to policies at the border, and that therefore this "problem" needs a political solution? Filling the mass media (both the "mainstream" and the "alternative" media) with stories like this that divide the nation accomplishes an even a greater purpose, however. It draws the public's attention away from the REAL criminals who are kidnapping and murdering America's children: The U.S. Government. So here are several other stories from the past few weeks where children and teens were murdered because the U.S. Government (HHS) kidnapped these children from their families who loved them, and put them into the nation's Foster Care system with either "Foster Parents" or into group homes run by the foster care system, where they were murdered. The "inconvenient" truth here is that American children are being trafficked and murdered with your taxpayer funding, and it is insanity to think that the way to stop these crimes is to look for political solutions from the very criminals who are responsible for these murders in the first place. Here are some of the stories of recent murders of children in Government custody that you probably did not hear about because they did not make the national news cycle like Laken Riley's story did.