The real-life “hero” of Sound of Freedom has been accused of sexual misconduct by seven women

Tim Ballard, the anti-child slavery activist and founder of Operation Underground Railroad (OUR), has resigned amid allegations of sexual misconduct. Ballard, a former adviser to the Trump administration on child sex trafficking issues, was also the inspiration for the film’s main character. Sound of freedom.

Vice reported that at least seven women have accused the QAnon hero of sexual misconduct. According to the allegations, Ballard coerced female employees and volunteers to share his bed or shower with him under the guise of deceiving human traffickers.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) condemned Ballard for using the name of Mormon Church President M. Russell Ballard to promote personal and financial interests.

Out of insider:

Ballard was the inspiration for the Homeland Security agent in “Sound of Freedom” who saves children from sex trafficking.

Described as a “Christian thriller,” the film was criticized to fuel conspiracy theories and misrepresenting the problem of sex trafficking. The film’s star, Jim Caviezel, is also a QAnon supporter who has put forward the theory that the global elite is depriving children of adrenaline.

Ballard also appeared to agree with QAnon-like conspiracy theories about child abuse, which he denounced discussed during an interview with Jordan Peterson in July.

Charles Jones

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