Navy SEAL has Assets Seized for Trying to Expose Elite Pedophile Ring
Craig Sawyer exposed high-level pedophilia arrests
Earlier this year, Navy SEAL Craig Sawyer blew the whistle on Elite pedophilia and revealed thousands of high-level pedophiles were being investigated by the US Government.
Despite a mainstream media blackout on the cases, Sawyer vowed to lift the lid on the child trafficking networks that are operating in Washington D.C. and throughout the United States and beyond.
Sawyer has been working with high-level federal law enforcers and intelligence workers to conduct his own independent research, that has led him to discover that top government officials routinely torture and kill young children during satanic rituals.
In an emotionally charged appeal to the public, Sawyer said in a statement:
"We've got to do something - We, as American citizens, have to pull up our big-boy pants."
He has since set up an organization called Vets4ChildRescue which aims to "educate and increase public awareness, assist law enforcement and other legal entities to prevent and reduce pedophilia, human sex trafficking, and child sexual abuse."
Since going public with his gruesome discoveries, the US Marine Veteran has had his funding accounts seized by GoFundMe and PayPal, and his campaign on YouCaring has been shut down.
PayPal put a hold on $47,000 of funds from online donations for 180 days and refused to transfer the money to a bank account or even contact Mr. Sawyer via phone or email to discuss the matter.
World Judge reports: You’d think this organization would be openly praised, yet the opposite effect is being felt from many power players. Craig’s organization seems to run into online funding roadblocks non-stop.
Recently, The Saw Man was on Alex Jones’ radio show, Info Wars[link], which garnered much attention to his GoFundMe account, and donations started pouring in. During that broadcast, as the funding was on an extremely steep climb, GoFundMe decided to shut that funding down and cancel the account.
Vets 4 Child Rescue was also suspended from their YouCaring campaign. I guess YouCaring isn’t really “caring” about the abuse, trafficking, and deaths of children across the world.
Craig has found multiple different avenues to raise funds online for his organization but one common attribute to most online funding is the use of PayPal.
The unfortunate need to have an intermediary payment system, such as PayPal, has proven to be a new roadblock being used to fight against Craig and his team at V4CR, as PayPal has now suspended Craig’s account and ceased $47k of his organization's funds, seemingly without explanation.
Soon after this tweet, Craig was made aware of PayPal founder, Peter Thiel, being involved in the science of blood transfusions for possible life extension.
This blood transfusion process is directed at studying the blood of young healthy specimens transfused into a donor for a longer life.
As many may know, the trafficking of children is widespread and happening more frequently than you can ever imagine.
Life extension research, using children’s blood, is not an open and acceptable method of research on this subject, so you can only imagine the amount of “dark research” happening using trafficked children to satisfy the needs of billionaire life extension buffs.
Pedophilia along with satanic rituals involving children has been widespread among the political elite, top businessmen, and the ruling class society for a long time. They protect each other and go after their common enemies, such as people like Craig Sawyer.
Unfortunately, Craig and his team have now been reduced to taking donations solely based on mailed-in funds, since all online sources have shut him down for trying to fight problem of pedophilia and child trafficking issues that is so widespread.
Mr. Sawyer and his team set up a campaign with the hashtag #PedoPal designed to expose PayPal's actions and their effective covering up of Elite pedophilia.
The campaign began trending and went viral on Twitter within 48 hours, at which point PayPal agreed to release the $47,000 they were holding in donations.