Editors Addition / published 1-23-2018 Todays between the lines report.
When unsealed, all those indictments will require prosecutors.
In less than two months, From October 30, 2017 to December 22, 2017 a record 9,294 sealed indictments were filed in districts across the United States. A normal "yearly" average is approx 1,200.
January 3, 2018 Attorney General Jeff Sessions appoints 17 current, and former federal prosecutors as interim U.S. Attorneys.
January 4, 2018 Justice Department starts new investigation with solid evidence, into the Clinton Foundations, Pay to Play while Secretary of State.
January 12, 2018, the Department of Justice formally indicts Mark Lambert, the former co-president of a Maryland-based company (dubbed “Transportation Corporation A” by the DOJ) on 11 counts, fraud, foreign bribery, and money laundering in the Obama-Hillary corruption scandal known as Uranium One.
Even investigating the mafia didn’t generate anywhere near as many sealed indictments as the amount currently pending; but a mix of politicians, pedophiles, a pizzagate or a human trafficking network, may add up, only time will tell.
When Trump became president he had many priorities, another one he has lived up to; Pizzagate — the term given to speculations and assertions that there is a pedophile network including Democratic Party élites who communicate with each other via email with pedophile code words such as “pizza” and other food items — the DHS video can be understood as an unspoken message to pedophiles and child sex traffickers that the new Trump administration intends to go after them.
Less than 7 months in office, from January 23, 2017 to August 4, 2017, 6,355+ arrests were made, and 2,056+ humans trafficked for forced labor, and or sexual enslavement were rescued. Pizzagate was, and still is real.
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Editor: Thomas Pugh