From the moment Tim Ballard’s work became widely known, the left-leaning media has attacked it. Ballard’s work as a DHS agent battling sex trafficking received significant awareness thanks to the film Sound of Freedom.
Liberal critics, along with the Hollywood establishment, claimed the film was propaganda–despite its basis in real events. Ballard has appeared before Congress, exposing the human trafficking crisis on the border. And he has even considered a Senate run.
Just recently, liberal media outlets have accused Ballard of a variety of sexual misconduct allegations. These came mere days after he discussed a political campaign. Ballard was silent as media pundits fired their shots. Now, he is officially releasing a statement.
From The Post Millennial:
Ballard read from a press release from his nonprofit, The Spear Fund, which read, “Rescuing kids and fighting child trafficking is an ugly and dark business, especially when—as the result of my work for more than 20 years—we continue to expose members of the powerful, well-funded child trafficking cartels…
“Evil pedophiles will stop at nothing, and they have allies in government, in the media, in big corporations, and even in public institutions. They continue to lie about and attempt to destroy my good name…and they will never stop,” he said.
BREAKING: Tim Ballard releases new video slamming 'false allegations' against him, says they were timed to his testimony before Congress, Mitt Romney announcement
"I will not stop, I will not give up" pic.twitter.com/SwBCWL9DHU
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 20, 2023
Tim Ballard refuted the allegations made against him. In his statement, he claimed that an unnamed member of his religion, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, made accusations against him. It was given to a ” tabloid that is often hostile to people of faith.” Ballard also said that his church has not “publicly verified” the accusation.
Ballard made the bold claim that the people he is battling, who profit off of child trafficking, have allies in “government,” “the media,” “big corporations,” and “even in public institutions.” It appears he is stating that the attacks against him were coordinated by those who oppose his work to save women and children from trafficking.
He vowed that he and his team, the Spear Fund, will continue their mission to save people from the “horrors of sex slavery.” He mentioned his possible Senate run but did not reveal whether or not he would run.
Ballard affirmed his membership with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and claimed he was in “good standing” with the institution. He ended his statement by inviting all who share his passion for defending freedom and victims of trafficking to join his cause.
- Tim Ballard refuted claims from the media which tarnished his reputation.
- He read a statement from his anti-sex trafficking org, the Spear Fund.
- Ballard was slandered only days after considering a Senate run.
Source: The Post Millennial