You know what has not been discussed the past few days?
How this foreign born convicted child molester/child porn producer managed to run around the world basically unimpeded.
Even after he was brought in by the feds to supposedly help them out, there he was, gone again in an instant. That former head of an agency had a whole lot to do with it.
Don’t ever kid yourself that a child pornographer wouldn’t be allowed to run free if someone high up decided it would be in the best interests of the higher up.
Drug runners are allowed to go free.
Killers are allowed to go free.
You think someone molesting kids and filming them having s*x mattered to this agency head?
Was the higher up given money or information to let the child molester run free?
I don’t know, but the hundreds, if not thousands of kids abused in that network need answers.
Robert Mueller former Director of the FBI
Trump White House Associate George Nader Was Convicted on Child Porn Charges in Virginia
The Lebanese-American businessman who features prominently in special counsel Robert Mueller’s inquiry was once sentenced to six months on child pornography charges in Virginia, Newsweek has learned.
George Nader, 58, has emerged as a key player in the investigation. An adviser to the Emirati crown prince, Nader is believed to have represented the kingdom’s interests in White House meetings, and frequently met with Jared Kushner during the early months of the Trump administration to discuss U.S. policies toward Persian Gulf states.
But before he reemerged as a Middle East power broker, the onetime publisher of a niche foreign policy magazine accrued a record of criminal charges. In 1985, federal authorities charged Nader for importing sexually explicit materials, including magazines and pictures that depicted “nude boys,” and other materials showing boys “engaged in a variety of sexual acts,” according to federal court records. The case was dropped shortly before trial. And in 2003 he was convicted on 10 counts of sexually abusing underage boys in the Czech Republic, the AP reported Thursday. Nader served one year in prison abroad for those charges. – Source