Hollywood has a child sex trafficking problem. And it’s not just creepy movie moguls passing around young girls and boys like candy. There seems to be a darker predicate, one that has demonic ties. This is the biggest takeaway from this blockbuster interview with John Paul Rice from No Restrictions Entertainment on the latest episode of the NOQ Report.
But Hollywood isn’t alone. Rice, who has insider information that stems from his time “following the money” behind this elicit and ubiquitous evil, says the American music industry is actually worse than Hollywood. He says the tendrils of this plague stretch into big business and even the realms of government. When we cross-reference his whistle blowing to past tales of hideous sexual crimes against children, we see a pattern emerging. There is evil abound in these industries and the power to cover it all up is monumental.
We also discussed QAnon and the fact that he’s not necessarily a supporter but appreciates the common goals of exposing what’s really happening behind the scenes. Unified in mission even if not in style, the advice of Rice mixed with the broad push of QAnon both head in the same basic direction. There is a serious problem that is bigger than the vast majority of Americans realize and only through revealing the truth can this problem ever hope to be solved.
One of the most recent films Rice produced, A Child’s Voice, has been removed by Amazon. This movie is not the only one. It seems any movies or documentaries that depict not only the evils of child sex trafficking in the United States plus the demonic blood sacrifices that are part of this elicit business are quashed. Suppression of this truth couldn’t have come at a worse time as many Americans are now searching for information about Jeffrey Epstein, Wayfair, and Ghislaine Maxwell, all of which pertain directly to Rice’s movie.
As long as the realities of child sex trafficking in Hollywood, the music industry, government, and big business are relegated to “conspiracy theories,” many will keep their eyes shut. We must open them, and John Paul Rice is helping to do just that.