An Oklahoma woman is now accused of attempting to prostitute her 5-month-old daughter out for drugs.

Carmita O'Bryant is facing charges of offering her infant to be used sexually by James Smith in exchange for one gram of crystal meth, according to the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office.

The report comes from KOCO.

Apparently, much of the evidence of the crime appears within Facebook's Messenger application. Additionally, the US Secret Service was asked to help in the investigation. I have no idea why the Secret Service would be involved in this matter at all. What authority do they have to be investigating this issue in the first place?

Nevertheless, in one particular message, it is alleged that Mr. Smith requested pictures of the infant nude from Ms. O'Bryant in order to see if she was actually serious about her offer for drugs.

"Show me you are serious," the message read. "Use your dirty mind and send me a pic, and then I can see what I can get you."

If that was not sick enough that she offered and he responded in kind, O'Bryant complied and sent several pictures of the naked baby.

These two criminals have been a couple for several years and have produced other children together. Their relationship has been on and off during that time.

They both are now facing several charges, "including sex trafficking of children, selling or buying children, and manufacturing child porn."

This is just more evidence of where actual drugs will take people in their thinking. I'm not a proponent of the War of Drugs. I think all it does it encourage tyranny. However, when people do these kinds of things, especially parents, they should face the maximum penalty under the law for their actions.

It's also evidence of a culture that is under the judgment of God. These kinds of stories are becoming more and more common place. The more we leave the teachings of the Bible, which were our foundation in America, the more we will see this kind of behavior.

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