Nancy Schaefer’s Interview
Interview with Alex Jones
Less than a year before she was murdered, Nancy Schaefer appeared on the Alex Jones show to discuss the American foster care and adoption business, and the terrible corruption involved with it, including “bounties” on children and child sex trafficking. Her interview is available via YouTube.
Nancy Schaefer says that CPS is unconstitutional.
Parents across this country need to be warned of the dangers of Child Protection Services nationwide.
“The Department of Child Protective Services has become a protected empire. It’s built on taking children and separating families.”
After she lost her State Senate seat due to what she believes was her report on CPS, she began to talk to other State Representatives and Senators around the country who were being confronted with CPS issues in their district, but they told her that if they did anything, they would lose their jobs just as Nancy Schaefer had.
Alex Jones asked her if there were “bounties on the heads of children” and Mrs. Schaefer said “yes,” and that in fact just the day before she had learned that “an order” had come in to a CPS office stating what kind of child someone wanted to adopt.
Mrs. Schaefer states that the financial motive for the State to legally kidnap children was put in place in 1974 by Walter Mondale with the “Adoption and Safe Families Act.” This was later expanded by President Bill Clinton in 1997 with The Adoption and Safe Families Act that gave states cash bonuses for every child adopted out of foster care. (Editor’s note: Bill Clinton signed this bill into law, but the bill was passed by the Republican-led House and Senate led by Newt Gingrich, so it was a bi-partisan effort initiated by a Republican majority in Congress.)
In this segment, Mrs. Schaefer talks about how States have a “base formula” regarding how much each child is worth in terms of collecting federal funding, and how they can increase that formula to get all the federal funding that is available. If they get close to the end of the year and they have not collected all the funds available for that State, there is more incentive to put more children into foster care.
Mrs. Schaefer explained how the words “in the best interest of the child” have been redefined by CPS, whose goal is to destroy the family. She explained how grandparents often cannot even get custody of their own grandchildren when it would be in the best interest of the children to be with their grandparents. She explained how children are much more likely to be abused in foster care than they are when they are left with “abusive” parents.
She gives first hand experience of a case in her district where two little girls were removed from their mother because the mother allegedly had an unopened can of beer in her car, and the girls were placed into a foster home with many other children where they were sexually abused, including by the CPS caseworker who lived in the foster home.
In this third segment, Mrs. Schaefer finishes the story of how she became exposed to the corruption in CPS, with a grandmother in Florida who was trying to get custody of her grandchildren in Georgia, which is the story started in the previous section. She persisted with the help of Senator Schaefer, and eventually was able to get custody of her grandchildren, but then the juvenile court judge issued an order for the girls to become the custody of their biological father who lived on the West Coast, but had never been a part of their lives. He reportedly was in the business of “Adult Entertainment,” which included pornography according to Mrs. Schaefer.
Both Alex Jones and Senator Schaefer comment on how many pedophiles are involved in social services like CPS working with children.
Mrs. Schaefer again reiterates that the system has to be exposed and completely dissolved. All federal funding needs to be cut off, and the rescuing of truly abused children in homes needs to become the function of law enforcement, and not social workers. This would provide due process of law. This mantra of hers to cut off funding and expose everything certainly provided a motive for someone to not want her doing that job.
One of the tragic things Mrs. Schaefer said in this segment was that she was overwhelmed with calls from families losing their children all across the U.S., and they had no where to turn for justice. “There is no where to go,” she stated. This reflects our own experience here at MedicalKidnap.com since launching this website.
In this last segment, Alex Jones asked the Senator how to fight this corruption. Mrs. Schaefer replied that she tried to pass a bill in Georgia that would have helped to stop it, but it was defeated. She mentioned the incredible bureaucracy that exists in the system, and all the jobs that “child protection services” provided, which is a huge “business.”