Trey Gowdy Fights Tears As He Vows To Destroy Elite Pedophile Ring

Trey Gowdy put the elite pedophile ring on notice, warning that anyone who interferes with his investigation will be forced to publicly explain why.

Trey Gowdy fought back tears in Congress as he put the elite pedophile ring on notice, warning that anyone who dares interfere with his child exploitation investigation will be forced to publicly explain why they are obstructing it. 

On the first day back at Congress, Gowdy delivered an emotionally charged speech, discussing child sex abuse cases and the mental images that have been scarred on his brain after seeing material related to the investigation into the pedophile rings that have infiltrated Washington D.C.

Addressing a detective charged with heading the investigation, Gowdy said: “I want you to give me a list of the providers that are giving you a hard time. We are going to have another [hearing] here. We are going to have them come and publicly explain why they are having a hard time complying with law enforcement in child exploitation and child abuse cases.

My guess is that will be a very tough public explanation for them. So, give me the names and the providers that you are having a hard time dealing with. And I may not be able to make them stop doing it, but I can make them come and explain why they are doing it.”

“And my guess is they won’t want to do that.

During the speech, Gowdy struggled to explain the horrific impact that witnessing the investigation’s evidence has had on him and other investigators, saying; “More than anything else we are united in our inability to get the images out of our heads.”

“Johnny’s got them, Judge Poe has them, and you have them, and any of us who did child pornography or child sex abuse cases.” 

In December, Gowdy was tasked with leading a committee set up to protect children from the plague of pedophile rings. In a statement following the announcement, the South Carolina Rep. described the investigation as the most important work he has ever undertaken, and warned that anybody found to be involved in the pedophile rings would be treated to the full force of the law.

Enforcing the rule of law and protecting human dignity through a fair justice system are among the chief responsibilities of Congress.”

Victims of child pornography endure severe trauma mentally, physically and emotionally.”

Baxter Dmitry

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  • Black Swan

    Bravo, finally some one in Congress with the courage to confront this evil Satanic Ritual Conspiracy.

  • mena, arkansas

    Gowdy is a wonderful man, let’s hope he carries through on his promise. He screwed us over Benghazi, I guess Hillary threatened to sit on his face.

    • Daylynne Starr


    • Terry125

      Hey, he was stopped every foot of the way by people in position to sway the snowflakes away from the cobra…
      he worked and double worked to keep it up front before the lib media spin doctors. He is to be greatly
      commended for risking so much… many others who have done half as much have fallen

  • Karen Bracken

    Gowdy is fake just like the rest of them. There is enough information already available to these people to put many of their colleagues in prison for life. He is part of the problem.

    • bodica

      I believe you’re incorrect, and perhaps have simplistic view of the dynamics and procedures involved. The wheel is turning…and Gowdy is one of the ‘turners..’

    • Dan Link

      How dare you call any one faje. You in your silence is worse than a pile of dig shit. Do something. Step out and be someone to save the children but how dare you criticize sone one who is. You’re worse than a pedo file unless you are one. SHUT THE HELL UP

  • Dan

    If this gent is serious, why isn’t he working with the FBI on the Weiner hard disk containing “life insurance” files?? Surely the FBI would welcome a high-level anti-pedo warrior in their quest to root out the trash? And after smashing the Washington D.C. pedo ring, there’s the pentagon pedo rings that are ripe for prosecution…..

    • infrahuman

      Are you implying there is not an FBI pedo ring? If I recall accurately, it was the NYPD who initially discovered the content on Weiner’s hard drive/PC. The FBI did not seem keen on pursuing the investigation until the NYPD threatened to do it themselves.

      • Bob_Robert

        Hasn’t anyone in recent generations watched “Serpico”?

        The corruption is _everywhere_.

  • Hapa

    Let’s hope this gets traction. We are waiting for indictments. Where is Sessions on this? Or is he just going to prosecute pot smokers?

    • Pete

      Not just the pot smokers — the drug laws as written are statistically provable to be racist as they favor longer (and more) prison terms for blacks. These people are victimizing our electorate. Just like they victimize foreign nationals.

      What’s worse is that while they are victimizing us, elements of fedgov, aka CIA, have been working with Washington (think Bush, Clinton, Obama, et. al.) to smuggle contraband around the world. So far, not one of them has paid for their very real crimes.

      • Bill Rood

        Right nobody in CIA who worked with Escobar to bring drugs to poor blacks got punished, but they drove Gary Webb to suicide.

      • NBC_Vic_Hern

        MoFos all if they do that.

    • jimmym99755

      Marijuana is a highly dangerous and addictive drug. It’s legalization in some states is indeed part of Soros’s plan to undermine the USA. There is ample evidence to support this. Odd how a mind-altering drug that destroys lives is being legalized at the same time tobacco is being demonized. Tobacco smokers don’t become gullible sloths however – and that’s your answer.

      • Excalibur

        Only question is….alcohol is legal, and is a drug…so is tobacco, and has the drug nicotine in it….and they both do the same thing you speak of….they destroy lives. Both can make one into, perhaps not a gullible one (alcohol maybe), but a sloth anyway. I am not a teetotaler, nor a non-smoker, and do not smoke pot….but I am also not a sloth, until the shit starts to kill me.

        • momsaid

          Alcohol and tobacco both negatively impact human health and productivity, and they are legal. If Pot becomes leagal, its usage will increase quickly (look at what’s happened in Colorado and Oregon), and so will its damage. When someone says that potheads don’t cause big problems because they’re too stoned, check out car wreck and crime stats that have accompanied expanded use.

          • RockyGMarshall

            More refer madness, awesome.

          • momsaid

            If you’d really watched that old film, you would know that it bears no resemblance to what I wrote. Science and crime stats, however, do agree.

          • Excalibur

            I didn’t say that (when someone says that potheads don’t cause big problems) either, now did I? I believe you took my post wrong. What I was saying is….all three are drugs. All three will destroy lives. HOWEVER…..of all three, for the most part, TWO are legal…..yet no one bitches that much about those two legal drugs to make them illegal. Just make up a bunch of laws and checkpoints to “control” them. Seriously, think about it….if we make enough laws, we can ALL be criminals.

          • momsaid

            Criminalizing a thing is different from acknowledging its dangers. Con

          • Excalibur

            So what is your point? All I said was that all three are drugs, one is criminal (again, for the most part) and two are not. All I was doing was pointing out the fact of Jimmym99755’s statement “Odd how a mind-altering drug that destroys lives is being legalized at the same time tobacco is being demonized”…..alcohol is a mind-altering drug also, it is legal. Does nicotine alter the mind? I don’t know, I’d have to google it at some scientific doctor site or something…all I was doing was responding to J’s post….one is illegal, two are legal….but all can destroy…. that is my point, not going off on any tangent or fully detailed description, not looking for argument on any of the three. Just stating a fact. All three destroy, and I am not supporting legalization nor am I against it. Just stating a fact, so you have nothing to gain by giving me your “knowledge”.

          • steve

            So punish where it causes damage to other people and property…the same as alcohol.

          • NBC_Vic_Hern

            Yup, greatly on the rise as they are ALL texting PIZZA HUT while speeding down the road.

      • David Wright

        If you look back a hundred years to the origins of the war on some drugs, you’ll notice that the medical associations were quite firmly AGAINST such unconstitutional adventurism. They offered no medical coverage to the politicians of the day, unlike now, and it took threats of punishments for doctors to bring them around.

        Today, there is still no Constitutional authority granted to pursue this war on the American people, but some “conservatives” still love pursuing it. Are you one of Them? If so, kindly point out just exactly where the Constitution permits such an abomination!

    • barbaragaston13

      What does drugs have to do with the above mentioned article? The article is about pedophiles.

  • Kenene

    Great interview by Eric Metaxes of Judith Reisman, PhD, author, professor (approx 9 min into). Alfred Kinsey history of pedophilia.

    • ssol4569

      I read the book ‘Crimes and Consequences’ by Dr. Judith Reisman and my understanding of how the 60’s hippie movement came to be was finally answered. Sickening!

    • momsaid

      Yep: the rallying crie of free love and ‘experimentation’ had their foundations in Kinsey’s warped ‘studies’. The hippy movement used the findings to shame normal people into accepting perversion as acceptable. Then, those perverts got education degrees, and have taught our kids ever since.

      • bevgrey

        Are you insane?

        • momsaid

          No. But thank you for asking.

      • ssol4569

        You are absolutely correct.

  • usmade1

    That is one of the best written articles I’ve read in a long time. Thank you.

  • Puppy Bonz

    I always had faith that AG Sessions would get these monsters. And if there is one man to help it is GOWDY.

    • Bob_Robert

      Sadly, Sessions is a drug warrior, rather than going after actual criminals.

      • CatoYounger

        Actually, he’s not. What drugs are you on that you’d care? He goes after it all, including drugs, because they’re ILLEGAL!

        • Bob_Robert

          “Actually, he’s not.”

          Bald faced lie.

          “What drugs are you on that you’d care?”

          Because concern for civil rights, liberties, and government abuse requires me to be on drugs? Red Herring fallacy.

          “because they’re ILLEGAL!”

          Appeal to Authority fallacy.

          • Lanceman

            Why don’t you answer his question rather than repeating his statement?

          • Bob_Robert

            I did. Repeatedly.

            What question did he ask that you think has not been answered?

          • Lanceman

            No you didn’t. You tap danced. Like a good liberal.

          • Bob_Robert

            I repeat: What question did he ask that you think has not been answered?

            Don’t be a hypocrite, answer the question.

          • Lanceman

            You’re on drugs. Just admit it, tell him which drug(s) and move on. Anybody that defends drug use is on them. Simple as that. I’m guessing dope in your case.

          • Bob_Robert

            “You’re on drugs.”


            “Anybody that defends drug use is on them”

            False premise, in the face of direct contradictory evidence.

            Also if you read what I actually wrote, you would see that I do not defend drug _use_. I oppose prohibition, be it alcohol, guns, drugs, or any other prohibition. Prohibition does not work in a free society, as a century of prohibition has demonstrated.

            “I’m guessing dope in your case.”

            And you’d be a dope to do so.

          • Lanceman

            Meh. I still think you’re a loon.

          • Bob_Robert

            I cannot disagree with that. We’re all crazy from someone’s perspective.

            What I do is look at things from the position of individual liberty as the highest political ideal. No matter how much I may disagree with someone’s choice which harms no one else, be it their chemicals, what vehicle they drive, the condition they choose to live in, who they choose to associate with, their religion, and so on, it is wrong for me to impose my opinion on them by force.

            That is why I oppose prohibition. Any prohibition. Instead, prosecute harm. It doesn’t require spaghetti to be illegal or controlled in any way, to make it a crime for someone to injure another person using spaghetti.

          • Jay Reeder

            Ill tell you why certain drugs like heroin and Meth or any other addictive drug should be illegal. When someone becomes addicted to these drugs as a rule (there are of course, exceptions to every rule) they tend to turn to crime in order to obtain the funds to continue their addiction(the victimization of others) I’m not talking about cannabis that is not an addictive drug in the same sense that cocaine, meth or heroine is as well as prescription painkillers. Making the ignorant statement that “drug abuse/use is a victim-less crime” is a complete falsehood.There should be a “war on drugs” when it comes to these, because the hopeless idiots commit crime against other eventually. Besides, in your discussion you did not give any explanation only vague ideas like ” appeal to authority fallacy” like it or not, you will learn whether authority is a fallacy when you end up in front of said authority even if you don’t recognize that “false” authority.

          • Bob_Robert

            “they tend to turn to crime”

            Then prosecute the harm. Those who do not turn to crime have committed no crime, by definition.

            Just because you don’t like these particular “drugs” only means that you choose not to use them. You can also advocate that others not use them.

            But when you pick up a gun, put it to MY head, and tell ME how to live my life, you are now the aggressor.

          • Lanceman

            No, you clowns go too far. Societies, to survive, must have limits.

            Let’s take you. I imagine you applaud q ueers ‘marrying’, saying it doesn’t harm anybody. Who are you to say what long-term damage is inflicted on society by accepting deviance as ‘normal’?

            Stop with your freaking clownshow. The human mind is far too feeble to accept a true democracy. For if it weren’t, there’d be no need for government in the first place.

          • Bob_Robert

            “Societies, to survive, must have limits.”

            Of course. As Jefferson wrote, “Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.”

            I merely take seriously the next sentence: “I do not add ‘within the limits of the law’ because law is often but the tyrant’s will, and always so when it violates the rights of the individual.”

            “The human mind is far too feeble to accept a true democracy”

            Ah, thank you. Now I understand you’re premise, that other people are not worthy of ruling themselves. You believe they must be _ruled_, for their own good.

            The problem with that is, “Who rules?” If people are incapable of ruling themselves, where are the “not-people” to be found that are then capable of ruling others? If you are correct and people are incapable of ruling themselves, why am I to accept that you are one of those “not-people”? Isn’t that hubris on your part to make such an assumption?

            “For if it weren’t, there’d be no need for government in the first place.”

            Exactly! Thank you. You now understand exactly my position. There is no “need” for government in the first place.

            To quote the excellent author Robert Higgs: “Anarchists did not try to carry out genocide against the Armenians in Turkey; they did not deliberately starve millions of Ukrainians; they did not create a system of death camps to kill Jews, gypsies, and Slavs in Europe; they did not fire-bomb scores of large German and Japanese cities and drop nuclear bombs on two of them; they did not carry out a ‘Great Leap Forward’ that killed scores of millions of Chinese; they did not attempt to kill everybody with any appreciable education in Cambodia; they did not launch one aggressive war after another; they did not implement trade sanctions that killed perhaps 500,000 Iraqi children.

            “In debates between anarchists and statists, the burden of proof clearly should rest on those who place their trust in the state. Anarchy’s mayhem is wholly conjectural; the state’s mayhem is undeniably, factually horrendous.”

          • Lanceman

            Just stop. Do you honestly believe Jefferson ever lobbied for gays to marry? They had gays back then.

          • Bob_Robert

            You are correct, homosexuality is perfectly normal, and always has been.

            As I wrote to Jay Reeder below, just because you don’t want to marry someone who shares your gender only means that you choose not to do so. You can also advocate that others not do so.

            But when you pick up a gun, put it to MY head, and tell ME how to live MY life, you are now the aggressor. It doesn’t matter whether I agree with you on the particular subject or not.

            What you have given no thought to is why the government is involved with marriage at all.

          • Lanceman

            Now I know you’re a twit after that statement. Pointless to speak further with a twit.

          • Bob_Robert

            If you are actually interested in why you exemplify exactly the politically attitudes which Jefferson opposed, you would enjoy this article:


          • NBC_Vic_Hern


          • Bob_Robert

            Progressives disagree with you, they consider me the most reactionary of conservatives.

          • Bob_Robert
    • WithoutRights

      1500 pedophiles arrested under Sessions. 400 in the entire previous year. He is getting them. This is the secret weapon of the Trump administration. The democrats and republicans that oppose him are shaking in their pedophile boots. This is what the attacks on Trump are all about.

  • Darlene

    These are some of the very people we put our trust in and who are sworn to uphold the Constitution! They are the worst of the worst. How sad!!!

  • David Howard

    Google “Focus on KatieGate”

  • beniyyar

    The pedophile rings and the illegal drugs trade is what finances the anti POTUS Trump Deep Government with some Soros help. These child rapists and dopers will kill to protect their acts, watch and see!

    • barbaragaston13

      beniyyar, what are you talking about the illegal drug trade financed Trumps campaign. Have you forgotten Trump is a billionare . That part of your comment makes no sense.

      • steve

        He said that it finances the ANTI President of the U.S. Trump Deep Government or the Deep Gov’t that is Anti-Trump.

  • Daylynne Starr


  • reddots

    Child rape is so evil and repugnant, it is hard enough to believe it is done, without trying to wrap you brain around the idea of people looking the other way. Scrap this off your shoes Rep Gowdy and destroy it.

  • David
  • Bob_Robert

    If I’m going to be taxed, at least do something positive with the money.

    Nail them to the wall, Tray. Nail them high, and nail them hard!

    • momsaid

      This is one of the things that taxes are supposed to pay for. Upholding and defending the law (and prosecuting those who break it) is essential to keeping society and the Republic safer.

      • Bob_Robert

        How sad that it has proven only to provide corrupt officials with their “multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people and eat out their substance.”

        There is a great deal of difference between 4th grade government school lessons, and the reality of the complete un-necessity of government.

  • Eddie

    It is so reassuring to know that there is at least one representative in Washington who is as trustworthy as Trey Gowdy. I personally would endorse him for President should he ever chose to run. He is a man of honor and integrity and he’s as fearless as a junk yard dog. I wish we had a CONgress as honorable as Mr. Gowdy, but I have come to terms with that wish and I know it’s an impossible wish. With the exclusion Of Mr. Gowdy I do knows this…Jesus could never have been born in Washington because there’s no way to find three wise men !

  • rushmoon

    PIZZAGATE unfolding

  • Erin Anderson

    Does this mean that the F.B.I is going to investigate John Podesta?

  • Nina Marrocco

    I Don’t Trust Any of them!!!

  • Nina Marrocco

    WE SHALL SEE!!! It NEEDS to be done NOW!!!!

  • Aletha

    Love GOWDY!
    One of very few Good Men in our Government……..

  • Cletus

    Fry their asses.

  • Johnny Luechte

    Aside from Pizzagate THIS is the only news worth sharing/posting. If in the face of these FACTS the American public is unmoved, unconvinced. This country and indeed the world is doomed and the end has already begun.

  • AnnaGraceS

    If anyone in Congress will get this rooted out and go after the pedophiles it is Trey Gowdy… He is fearless! Get those files from Huma Abedin’s on Anthony Wiener’s laptop!

  • Russell Matthews

    Most,or all,the people opposing Trump in DC may be part of the PizzaGate scandal. This may be the real reason they were desperate to get Hillary elected,to sweep it under the rug,and to appoint a liberally-biased judge to the Supreme Court,so the liberals could pass laws to allow child marriage and other atrocities.

  • sdl65

    Please unleash every resource at your disposal. These sick twisted evil individuals need to be stopped ASAP. May God help those children and law enforcement to put an end to this scourge that is among us.

  • Jack Rohde

    These paedophiles are part of the Sabbatean Frankist Jew and Jesuit satanists, they are not Biblical Jews or Christians, they own the banks, run Hollywood, the media, music, control education system, made money on every war since Napoleon, run Western governments, and hate TRUMP, they want the satanic new age of Aquarius for all.

  • Michael Willard

    Child Kidnapping and Trafficking: A Lucrative U.S. Business Funded by Taxpayers Called “Foster Care”
    Mr Gowdy, maybe you should add this to your people to research along with these pedophile organizations.

  • You Lie

    He was talking to detective beaver about eight year olds on the sex offender list….. That is the entire video.

  • Woodshedding

    If you haven’t read Cathy O’Brien’s “Trance Formation of America,” her story of being a CIA MK-Ultra victim pimped out to many high-level politicians, do search on “Trance Formation free download.” Several sites offer it as a pdf. And then share it. Please. It’s staggering. Americans need BADLY to know about things like this. The fact that many US presidents helped themselves to her, beginning before she was even school-age, is what people need to know about our “leadership.”

    Thank you Trey Gowdy. And Jeff Sessions. And by the way, my own senator, Jeff Merkley, sent out a deranged email calling for investigation of Sessions because, y’know, he’d done that treasonous thing of speaking to someone who’s Russian. Merkley’s toast.

  • Billy S DuBose

    Is this real or just a political stunt!

  • faye guinn

    Please somebody in power take these pedophiles down. There are children who are born just for sex slaves.