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I was never a huge fan of Roseanne Barr in the 90’s, but I sure am now!
For two main reasons:
1. Roseanne Is a Huge Trump Fan:
That's right, Roseanne was an early Trump supporter because she sees that he speaks the truth. He's not a politician. He wants to expose corruption and stand for truth.
And she's exactly right about all of that.
It's why 70 million of us love Trump!
2. Roseanne Is Big on the Truth Movement
On her Twitter feed, Roseanne delves into some deep subjects. She's not shy about speaking out against what she thinks is wrong.
And recently she has been a hammer-head against sex trafficing and sex abuse in Hollywood. Sorry.....Holly Weird!
So when she suddenly tweeted that people will become "Woke AF" this week, the Internet took notice.
Here is the Tweet storm she posted just yesterday. And yes folks, this is real. It's from her verified account. Check for youself if you like.
Others Picked Up on the Story
Then This Just Broke Today:
From the Tennessean:
Here's more on the breaking story, from the Tennessean:
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced a "fairly significant" undercover human trafficking sting conducted in Brentwood last month that resulted in felony indictments for 22 men who believed they were meeting with minors for sex.
Two female TBI agents posed as 14 and 16-year old girls in early October, offering sex on Backpage.com, said Jason Locke, deputy director of TBI.
"Our agents identified themselves as minors. Sadly, that was not the slightest deterrent," Locke said. "Over the course of three days, 22 men showed up at our location intending to purchase sex with a child."
Those men ranged from a computer programmer and automotive engineer to a construction worker and a chef.
Locke said the men showed up at a hotel in Brentwood to meet the girls for sex, but wouldn't identify which hotel.
"This is a demand-driven crime — we will never arrest our way out of it," Locke said. "We need men to expect more from themselves and their friends, and hold one another accountable. These women and children are people, not products."
As of Thursday morning, 11 of the 22 men who were implicated were in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Robert Hammer, who oversees Homeland Security Investigations' efforts in Tennessee, said those 11 people were arrested for violating immigration laws, and included a fugitive from Texas.
The Williamson County Grand Jury returned indictments on Monday, charging the 22 men with various offenses. So far, nine have been arrested.
All of the individuals were booked into the Williamson County Jail on various bond amounts.
Is corruption finally being exposed?
Trump promised to drain the swamp.
Are we finally seeing the story break wide open?
Are we going to finally see the seedy underbelly of Washington DC and Hollywood exposed?
Will big names fall?