When trying to red-pill people, telling them that Pedogate/Pizzagate is real, one is often met with doubts because it seems to sick to be true. And it really is sick, yet true, which the Podesta emails clearly showed, where they write pedophile code to each other. And even without any investigation (at all), mainstream media quickly "debunked" it as crazy conspiracies.
Now, however, hopefully the new investigation into the Clinton Foundation will reveal the real bomb that is waiting to explode, that lucrative trafficking of children for sex is widespread and involves top level officials, not only in America but worldwide.
And these people really are very sick. As RT reports:
A Texas state district judge reportedly told a jury that God asked him to direct them to a not-guilty verdict in a child trafficking case they were deliberating on.
Judge Jack Robison interrupted jurors’ deliberations to say God had been in touch, and told him the jury panel should not convict 32-year-old Gloria Elizabeth Romero Perez, who was accused of continuously trafficking her teenage niece from the US to Honduras to an older man.
Robison apologised to the jury for interrupting but told them: “When God tells me to do something, I gotta do it,” before recusing himself from the remainder of the proceedings, reports the Herald-Zeitung in New Braunfels.
It appears the panel of seven men and five women were less obedient to God, as they convicted Perez anyway, sending her to prison for 25 years for child trafficking. They acquitted her on the second charge of selling a child.
Perez’s defence lawyer Sylvia Cavazo told AP she would be seeking a re-trial. Cavazo said she spoke about the incident with Robison in his chambers afterward, and the judge confirmed that God 'spoke' to him and that he did the right thing.
Robison has been reprimanded by the State Commission on Judicial Conduct before. The commission found Robison “exceeded the scope of his authority and failed to comply with the law” for jailing a man for contempt of court after he called the judge a “fool” during a child custody case, according to the Statesman.
Robison is scheduled to return to the bench on January 31.
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