“Former Senator Nancy Schaefer paid with her and her husband’s life in getting us this vital information (John 15:13).”
I remember when computer programmer John McAffee went public and warned, during an interview, that he discovered that it was the State Department that was the responsible party for trafficking children (Leviticus 26:22).
We know of the CPS involvement, along with the Foster Care system in this country, playing out their deviously sick part, as well. Former Senator Nancy Schaefer paid with her and her husband’s life in getting us this vital information (John 15:13).
Most recently, Health Impact News reported: Hundreds of Thousands of Parents in the U.S. Having their Children Kidnapped by the State at a Rate that Doubled in 6 Years.
ProPublica teamed up with NBC News to publish an investigation into families who lose their parental rights through the Child Welfare system and often never get their children back. The title of their report is: The “Death Penalty” of Child Welfare: In Six Months or Less, Some Parents Lose Their Kids Forever.
The focus of their investigation was the length of time it took before the State terminated parental rights, based mainly on a 1997 law passed by President Bill Clinton, the Adoption and Safe Families Act. As we have published many times over the years on our MedicalKidnap.com website, this law released federal funding that actually encourages states to take children away from their families, rather than encourage “safe families.”
And while the Clintons are usually blamed for this horrendous law, it was the Republican-led Congress under Newt Gingrich that passed this law and delivered it to President Clinton to sign, so the guilt extends to both political parties.
The ProPublica report focuses on West Virginia, because:
No state terminates parental rights more frequently or faster than West Virginia, according to a ProPublica and NBC News analysis. One in 50 children here experienced the severing of their relationships with both of their parents from 2015 to 2019, the last full year of federal child welfare data available before the pandemic.
West Virginia, like other poor states, takes a higher percentage of children away from their parents because there are economic incentives to do so.
West Virginia has also been rewarded by the federal government for acting quickly to end families, having received $24 million in incentive payments under the 1997 law for increasing the number of adoptions it finalizes. (The program expanded in 2014 to include payments for guardianships, in which responsibility for children is transferred to other adults without completely severing parental rights.) Adjusted for child population, West Virginia has brought in 65% more in these incentives than the next highest state, Alaska. (Source.)
Nationwide, they report, “the parents of about 327,000 children lost their rights from 2015 to 2019,” and:
According to a recent study, the risk that a child will experience the loss of their legal relationship with their parents roughly doubled from 2000 to 2016. One in 100 U.S. children — disproportionately Black and Native American — experience termination through the child welfare system before they turn 18, the study found.
ProPublica and NBC News are most certainly not the first ones to report on this evil practice in the U.S., demonstrating that this problem is so huge, that even the corporate news has to report on it, as it is a problem that cannot be ignored.
I have been covering this issue for almost a decade, and without corporate sponsors and investors, I am free to report on this issue without “sanitizing” it and call it what it actually is: child trafficking, all done under the color of the law.
When a person or organization comes into the home of a family and uses force to take children away from their parents, when neither the parents nor the children are requesting or desiring such an action, and in fact are resisting it, what do you call that?
It’s called KIDNAPPING!
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