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“Operation Not Forgotten” Saves 39 Children in Georgia! #SaveTheChildren

US Marshalls, in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies, conducted “Operation Not Forgotten” in the Atlanta, Georgia area and rescued 39 missing and/or endangered children. The majority, if not all, of the children rescued in “Operation Not Forgotten” were victims of child sex trafficking. Another operation in Ohio entitled “Operation Safety Net” resulted in the rescue of over 20 children in similar circumstances. Over a dozen other similar operations are happening across the United States.

Mainstream Cover-Up

Mainstream media is noticeably silent about the operations. Thirty-nine is a large number of children to get rescued in one operation in one region of the country. Hundreds more will be rescued in subsequent operations. This should be a major story. It may have been a major, headline-grabbing story if it did not happen in this current election year. Mainstream media and big tech have been fighting against “Qanon,” labeling it a “dangerous group” pushing “unfounded conspiracy theories.”

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The New York Times ran a story accusing Qanon of “hijacking” the #SaveTheChildren hashtag. Facebook deleted nearly 1,000 Qanon groups and/or pages from their platform to fight “conspiracy theories.” One of Qanon’s biggest concerns was missing and exploited children. Now that several hundred children will be rescued from these operations around the country, the media may be forced to save its face by simply concealing evidence that proves them wrong.


Nearly 40 missing children rescued during Georgia sex trafficking bust

U.S. Marshals recover 25 missing Ohio children in 20 days – FOX 46 Charlotte

Almost 40 Missing Children Safely Recovered in Georgia Sex Trafficking Raid | Complex

QAnon Followers Are Hijacking the #SaveTheChildren Movement – The New York Times

Facebook Removes 790 QAnon Groups to Fight Conspiracy Theory – The New York Times

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