Ex-ABC Journalist Pleads Guilty To Child Sex Abuse Material Years After Calling Pizzagate A "Conspiracy Theory"

Ex-ABC journalist James Gordon Meek pleads guilty to child pornography charges. In 2017, Meek referenced Pizzagate in one of his articles, stating it was a "debunked" conspiracy theory.

By Nicole Dominique2 min read

Interesting how the people who vehemently criticize any initiatives that raise awareness of child sex trafficking seem to possess questionable moral traits.

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Last week, we wrote about how Rolling Stone attempted to cover up for an award-winning journalist named James Gordon Meek. He was a former reporter and writer for ABC News and the New York Daily News and an ex-adviser and investigator for the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security.

Meek, 53, admitted to distributing and possessing thousands of child sexual abuse materials, including a disturbing video of an infant being sexually violated. He was arrested on January 31, 2023, on charges relating to transportation of child sexual abuse material.

Law enforcement “seized multiple devices that allegedly contained evidence of the transportation of images of child sexual abuse," according to the Department of Justice. Meek's devices contained images depicting minors engaging in "sexually explicit conduct," and had "sexually explicit" chat discussions with other pedophiles who "expressed enthusiasm for the sexual abuse of children."

Meek used Kik, a messaging application, to talk to other pedophiles about their sick and twisted fantasies. His username was "Pawny4" on the platform.

In one concerning message, Meek asked another man, "Have you ever raped a toddler girl? It's amazing."

The Kik user replied, "I want you with me f*cking her together while we kiss and use her.” He later sent Meek a vile video of a young girl, stating, “I’d give anything to rape toddlers with you.”

It's possible other individuals in the government are just as guilty as Meek. In June, a bill was introduced to broaden the definition of "sexual orientation" to add "sexually attracted," which those in opposition argued could be seen as supporting pedophilia. The concerning measure was passed through the Democrat-controlled House and Senate. It states that the term "sexual orientation" will broaden to mean "a person's identity in relation to the gender or genders to which they are romantically, emotionally, or sexually attracted, including any identity that a person may have previously expressed or is perceived by another person to hold." Republican representatives who oppose this bill have a point. In recent years, questionable people have labeled "pedophilia" as "minor-attracted persons," a term that seemingly sympathizes with pedophiles.

This week, Meek went viral on social media after Twitter users alleged that he "debunked" Pizzagate. While the journalist never wrote in-depth articles about Pizzagate, he did reference it in a 2017 article discussing "Russian propaganda." In it, he criticizes Mike Cernovich and labels him "one of the leading voices in the debunked Pizzagate conspiracy theory." Considering Meek worked with the government, and with the news of the new bill to conceivably broaden the definition of "sexual orientation," it's possible Pizzagate isn't far-fetched at all.

Meek will be sentenced this year in September and faces up to 40 years in prison for his crimes.

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