J Edgar Hoover was Washington's master blackmailer at a time when people were easily shocked. It was said he kept a file on every member of Congress and on leaders in every administration from the 1930s through the '60s. It was easy. A film of an extramarital affair or a "compromising" photo of two men holding hands was enough to take down any politician's career.
Nowadays, it takes a lot more to shock us, and so our 21st-century blackmail industry has adopted pedophilia for its bread and butter. Of course, this was Jeffrey Epstein's game. He worked for the CIA and Mossad (two organizations joined at the hip), and his job was to lure powerful people into compromising situations so they could be controlled. He had a private jet, the "Lolita Express", and an island where children were mind-controlled by whatever means necessary, so that adults could enjoy sensual orgies.
We're told that Epstein is dead. But what of the Podesta brothers. John Podesta was Hilary's campaign manager, and he emailed about "pizza-related" maps and hundreds of thousands of dollars that needed to be budgeted for "handkerchiefs". Tony Podesta was able to procure $$ tens of millions at a shot through his highly lucrative Comet Pizza and Ping Pong. (We know the American Dream is alive and well when someone is able to achieve such success in the family pizza parlor.)
John Colbert ridiculed the idea that the Clintons could be connected to a child sex ring headquartered in the basement of a pizza parlor, but nobody laughed. Could it be that Colbert himself is a pedophile? Control of the news industry is every bit as important as control of DC politicians--in fact, you can't have one without the other.
Here's a film about the Franklin, Nebraska, pedophile ring that had roots extending as far as Washington. Andrew Breitbart was exposing pedophilia before he died of "heart failure" at 43.
In this Truth Factory video, our feline host brings out some facts that we didn't know and pulls together many more that we once knew but don't want to think about. She makes the very common-sensical point that there is overwhelming circumstantial evidence for widespread pedophilia, sex slavery, and blackmail, including a long trail of suspicious deaths. Why aren't the American news media all over this story?
It reminds me of the Wikileaks document in which British intelligence services list investigative journalism as the most supreme threat to the security, not of the British people, exactly, but to their government.