Well, executive orders are not all that are taking place in the Trump administration. There’s actual enforcement of the law too. According to new reports, President Donald Trump’s administration has overseen 1,500 busts of sex trafficking in one short month compared to less than 400 in one year under Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah.
Recently, Trump spoke about human trafficking and said it was going to be a priority in his administration.
Townhall reports concerning pedophile arrests:
There have been a staggering 1,500-plus arrests in one short month; compare that to less than 400 sex trafficking-related arrests in 2014 according to the FBI. It’s been clear to me for awhile that Trump would make human trafficking a top priority. On October 8, 2012, Trump tweeted:
“Got to do something about these missing children grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents – fast trial, death penalty.”
Got to do something about these missing chidlren grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents–fast trial, death penalty.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 8, 2012
My suspicions were confirmed on Feb. 23 when Trump gave a press conference from the White House addressing how human trafficking is a “dire problem” domestically and internationally. He gave further confirmation when he said: “Dedicated men and women across the federal government have focused on this for some time as you know — it’s been much more focused over the last four weeks.” Trump’s press conference was barely a blip in the mainstream media and the massive arrests have been almost completely ignored by the MSM altogether. Here’s a rundown of some of the massive sex trafficking rings that have been broken up since Trump took office.
- On Jan. 27 authorities arrested 42 in a human trafficking operation in Tennessee.
- On Jan. 29 authorities announced that 474 were arrested in a statewide California human trafficking operation and 28 sexually exploited children were rescued.
- 108 were arrested from Jan. 18 to Feb. 5 in Illinois as part of a national sex trafficking sting operation.
- 178 people were arrested in Texas for sex trafficking in sting that operated in January till Super Bowl Sunday.
- 16 people were arrested in January in Michigan for sex trafficking during the Detroit Auto Show.
- In February, authorities arrested 11 in Virginia in a child sex sting
- On Feb. 14 the Polk County sheriff announced that 42 were arrested in Florida in child pornography related cases.
The writer at Townhall then attempted a cover for Milo Yiannopoulos and his praise of being molested by a Catholic priest at age 14, saying the media focused on what he said and did rather than the Trump administration accomplished. Personally, I believe they were right to do what they did concerning Milo. I did it as well, but I took on the issue of a practicing homosexual, who spoke so easily glorified his own molestation, being referred to as a conservative and being invited to speak at a conservative event.
Dave Jolly at Constitution.com reminds us of why the Obama administration just wasn’t that tough on human traffickers.
“Obama and his administration fully supported many of the United Nations efforts to impose their will on our nation and others around the world,” he added. “One of those initiatives took place in 2011 at the United Nations Youth Conference which was held in New York City. The conference was the stage for Y-PEER, a United Nations Population Fund initiative announced that youth need to have more sexual and reproductive rights including the right to choose (aka – abortion). While the statement does not define or specify an age limit for youth, the standard used by the United Nations in all of its dealings defines them as ages 10-24.”
Now, I wonder if Donald Trump’s administration will be looking into the Pizzagate scandal. Several sites have claimed that many of these arrests are related to Pizzagate. As of yet, I’ve heard no official word, but it would not surprise me.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.