Ryan Huffman – DailyGerm Oct 21, 2019
Republican senator, David Farnsworth of Arizona, is convinced the Arizona Department of Child Safety is facilitating global sex trafficking. According to recent reports, he even called the police on one of his GOP colleagues who allegedly threatened his life over the matter.
Farnsworth filed a report with the Arizona Department of Public Safety this week accusing Sen. Kate Brophy McGee of threatening him if he didn’t abandon his investigation. The news was first reported by Yellow Sheet who is an insider newsletter aimed at lobbyists and government officials.
Farnsworth told Yellow Sheet that he has been looking into how DCS “lost” more than 550 children last year, roughly half of whom are categorized as either runaways or otherwise missing. The rest appear to be flagged for paperwork errors. He said he fears the children have been abducted and sold into a global sex trafficking ring, and said he has been holding meetings with the DCS, critics of the agency, and fellow lawmakers, including Brophy McGee.
Farnsworth acknowledged his beliefs were outlandish, but he said it’s not a conspiracy theory. He told Yellow Sheet that he didn’t necessarily believe DCS officials were actively selling children into sex slavery, but at least being lax at protecting children from predators who do.
While he hopes his meetings ultimately prove him wrong, Farnsworth said he is more convinced than ever that Arizona children are being removed from their parents and trafficked through the DCS.
“When I first heard about this, I believed that children from Arizona (DCS) were ending up in sex trafficking. Now, after the research I’ve done, I’m confident of it,” he told Yellow Sheet. “But I can’t prove it.”
Farnsworth also alleged that two former Republican Oklahoma senators, Linda Collins and Jonathan Nichols, were “executed” because of their investigation of links beetween Oklahoma’s child protective agencies and global sex trafficking rings. Though these claims have not yet been substiated by the mainstream, both cases are highly suspect of malicious activity.