February 26, 2017
In the most underreported story of the year the Trump Administration has been aggressively attacking human sex trafficking networks.
According to Zero Hedge:
"While the mainstream media's attention has been fixed on political drama in Washington D.C., federal and state law enforcement have been quietly working to dismantle a shockingly large number of human trafficking and child abuse networks across the United States. The busts in America come at the same time as a number of other successful international law enforcement operations against networks engaging in human trafficking of women and children.
Since the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20th, 2017, the number of trafficking arrests for human trafficking in 2017 have doubled the total numbers provided for the entire year of 2014 by the Department of Justice."
He author goes on to list the numerous arrests made nationwide, including the son of Jerry Sandusky, the disgraced football coach at Penn State.
A question; would a Clinton Administration have aggressively pursued this, since Bill Clinton took 26 flights aboard convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's "lolita express" to "slave island"?
While I don't ascribe to the theory that people like John Podesta were involved in child trafficking via Washington's Comet Ping Pong Pizza, I do know that those who followed the story said Trump was going to clean up the vile sex trafficking trade, and he appears to want to do so.
Sex trafficking is one of the most evil practices on this Earth, and there should be no tolerance for it. It destroys not just the lives of the girls (or boys) involved but of their families, their parents and siblings and all those who care about them. It is a monstrous, vile activity and should be a high priority for law enforcement. The media should laud Mr. trump for going after this, even if they despise the man himself.
There has been a move to move to remove the taboo from child sexual abuse, and the media, ever quick to support anything it can remotely consider "the underdog", is a bit lukewarm where this issue is concerned (unless a Republican is caught doing it.) I suspect many in the media see this as just some overzealous law enforcement going after "free spirited" people. I may be being ungenerous to them here, but it is true that the media is always on the side of hedonism and socially disruptive behavior. At any rate, the fact is this campaign by the Administration is something to be lauded by any reasonable measure. That the fake news media cannot bring themselves to even report this is abominable, and proof of Trump's accusation that the media is the enemy of the American People.
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