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Child abuse arrests are Trump's uncelebrated deed

Child abuse arrests are Trump's uncelebrated deed


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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates more than 1,500 children die from abuse and neglect in the U.S. every year. Tennessee state officials investigate 60,000 reports of child abuse annually. Abuse includes psychological harm, neglect, physical abuse and sexual abuse. Signs of child abuse include malnutrition, poor hygiene and unexplained bruises. Tennessee state law requires anyone with suspicions of child abuse to report it to police or the Department of Children's Services. Report child abuse or neglect to the National Child Abuse Hotline at 800-422-4453. Report child abuse by calling Tennessee's child abuse hotline at 877-237-0004. See

Dr. Phil exposed a very rich and powerful pedophile ring on national TV. The woman on his show claimed she was trafficked to high-level politicians in America. What she described sounded satanic.

The good news is President Trump genuinely cares about children and promised to drain the swamp of pedophiles and end the sex slavery and human trafficking epidemic in America. This could explain why many high-level politicians, government officials and media hate Trump: They fear going to jail for abusing children and other crimes.

Liz Crokin of said that during Trump's first month in office, authorities have arrested “an unprecedented number of sexual predators involved in child sex trafficking rings” in the U.S. However the major media are ignoring this. There have been over 1,500 arrests in Trump’s first month in office compared to under 400 sex trafficking-related arrests in all of 2014 according to the FBI. Jesus said, "It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he casted into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones."

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