Senator Josh Hawley Verbally Murders Zuckerberg On Child-Sex Trafficking; Forces Him To Apologize On National TV

Senator Josh Hawley Verbally Murders Zuckerberg On Child-Sex Trafficking; Forces Him To Apologize On National TV

It’s been reported that Senator Josh Hawley has forced Zuckerberg to apologize on national TV regarding child-sex trafficking matters. Check out the mind-blowing video below.

Zuckerberg is accused of not condemning child-sex trafficking on Facebook

Senator Josh Hawley verbally murdered Zuckerberg and surprised him with the Victims of child sex trafficking who were also at the Hearing and forced him to apologize on National TV.

Someone commented: “Yes!!! Arrest him and people who don’t protect our kids. Like the gun manufacturers, resellers and parent of kids who are able to acquire guns that they use to kill themself. I’m for protecting kids!”

Another follower said: “It’s painless for Zuck. This is how this game is played. This is the equivalent of a sternly worded letter. Followed by the ramble commenting how Josh Hawley crushed, destroyed zuck. It’s all so orchestrated and predictable.”

One other person said: “Did you know there are highly spiritual people who can ID sex traffickers and even locate houses where victims are held, all by the power of the Spirit? Instead of having a holy alliance with them, state police, judges, and prosecutors, and the US DOJ are targeting them for destruction. I can testify live. Talking about fact-checking s***!”

Not too long ago, I was reporting the fact that the mainstream media was officially linking Mark Zuckerberg to child sex trafficking.

CNBC just wrote that Facebook and Instagram created “prime locations” for sexual predators that enabled child sexual abuse, solicitation, and trafficking, New Mexico’s attorney general alleged in a civil suit filed against Meta and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

The suit was brought after an “undercover investigation” allegedly revealed myriad instances of sexually explicit content being served to “minors, child sexual coercion, or the sale of child sexual abuse material, or CSAM, New Mexico attorney general Raúl Torrez said in a press release.”

The suit alleges that “certain child exploitative content” is ten times “more prevalent” on Facebook and Instagram as compared to pornography site PornHub and adult content platform OnlyFans, according to the release.

“Child exploitation is a horrific crime and online predators are determined criminals,” Meta said in a statement to CNBC.

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