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Absolute Bombshell Pedogate News: John McCain’s Campaign Manager Arrested on Pedophile Charges

Saturday, March 4, 2017 14:19
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Part of a ‘wide-ranging investigation’ into pedophilia rings

by Jay Greenberg, Neonnettle:

John McCain’s campaign manager has been arrested on pedophilia charges following, what law enforcement are referring to as, “a wide-ranging investigation” into Elite pedophile rings.

Jeffrey Claude Bartleson was the manager of Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign office in Colorado and has just been arrested for charges including molesting young boys.

The head of the Police Department’s special victims unit, Sgt. Brett Wilson, said today that there are “several active investigations” involving Bartleson and that his arrest was part of a much larger operation involving child trafficking networks in the United States.

He said that a full-time team had been assigned to this case and that numerous boys are due to be interviewed.Wilson said he couldn’t detail the allegations due to the active nature of the case as part of a wide-reaching investigation.

However, in affidavits filed by police investigators in Pueblo District Court, authorities say that the most recent complaints follow a pattern involving Bartleson that dates to 1982.

Denver Post reports: According to Detective Daniel Anderson, Bartleson has usually positioned himself so he is around children, whether as a Scoutmaster, as a sponsor of the chemical dependency unit at Pueblo’s Parkview Medical Center, at his church or simply by inviting children to spend the night at his home.

In June 2003, then-Rep. Scott McInnis praised Bartleson in a tribute at the U.S. House of Representatives.In the tribute, McInnis noted that “in his capacity as a foster parent, Jeff has helped several youths in the region through his work with the Young Life Association and the El Pueblo Boys and Girls Ranch.

”McInnis also noted that Bartleson was instrumental in the foundation and development of the Interfaith Hospitality network, which McInnis described as “one of Pueblo’s newest self-help organizations.”David Dill, chairman of the Pueblo County Republican Party, said today that although Bartleson headed the McCain campaign office in Pueblo, Bartleson does not hold any position with the Pueblo County Republican Party.

He attended a few meetings of the organization, but that was the extent of his involvement, said Dill.Dill said he believed that Bartleson directed McCain efforts in southern Colorado. State GOP officials said today they had no contact with Bartleson.The latest arrest stemmed from a report by a woman who worked with Bartleson in the McCain campaign office.

According to the woman, she and a co-worker were planning in October to attend a Sarah Palin rally in Colorado Springs but wanted to travel to the Springs the night before.She told police that she mentioned the planned trip to Bartleson. He offered to keep her 5-year-old son overnight in Pueblo and then drive up to Colorado Springs the next day and meet them there.She accepted Bartleson’s offer.

The woman said that her son told her that while at Bartleson’s home, Bartleson insisted on giving him a bath, during which he was sexually molested. Later, said the child, Bartleson forced him into Bartleson’s bed, where he once again was molested.

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