A few weeks ago conservative provocateur Milo Yiannnopolous saw a quarter-million dollar book deal go up in flames because of his comments on sexual abuse.
The media attacked him for allegedly defending the acts of child abusers, and yet the major news networks have remained relatively quiet about the 1,500+ pedophiles President Trump’s justice department has cracked down on.
That’s right, in a little over one month over 1,500 people associated with sex-trafficking, and child abuse have been arrested. Why is the media, who claim to care so much about children, keeping this quiet?
ICE states that “in Fiscal Year 2015, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) arrested 1,437 individuals for human trafficking.” We are barely into 2017, and that number has already been surpassed.
What’s Going On?
President Trump has stated in the past his position on those he calls “perverts,” saying that they should get a “fast trial,” and, if convicted, the “death penalty.” Currently he is using his executive powers to go after sex-traffickers, and as you can see, it has led to many arrests in the first few weeks of his presidency.
Why Isn’t This Being Discussed?
On the one hand it’s easy to argue that news networks don’t want to tackle such a horrific subject. They may feel viewers don’t want to know about the true atrocities of the world, and fear losing their audience. Profit margins are a priority in today’s world of journalism, and if running a story hurts the bottom line, then it behooves editors to scrap it.
On the other hand, the media has no problem talking about abortion, people’s sexual identity crisis, unsubstantiated dossier’s, the list goes on. Obviously, there aren’t many subjects those “hard-core” journalists are afraid to tackle. Yet, for some reason most news networks feel as though one’s ability to use the restroom is more important than a discussion on those terrorizing our children.
Sure, some of you may see it on the local news report, but shouldn’t this be getting national attention? Horrible people are being arrested at a rate unlike ever before, but no major networks are making a big deal about it. Instead, they cover tweets.
How Is The Media Staying Quiet About THIS?
You’d think the media would jump all over President Trump being named as a witness in a case involving a convicted child molester, but they aren’t. One would think that CNN, MSNBC, and the rest of the networks would jump on something like this, and yet they haven’t even touched it.
Democrat lawmakers have been silent on the topic as well. Of all the scandals, surely this would be the one they use to take down Donald Trump. Yet, they say nothing. Even those in the GOP who oppose him aren’t speaking on this topic. You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to start connecting the dots on why the powerful aren’t talking about pedophilia. Fear of being exposed, themselves.
Growing Problem, Or Is Trump Cracking Down?
The president promised that he would use the full force of the U.S. government to take down sex predators, and rescue children from human trafficking. “Dedicated men and women across the federal government have focused on this for some time as you know,” the president said. “It’s been much more focused over the last four weeks,” and this has led to more arrests in recent weeks than all of 2014, according to FBI reports.
Many may be unaware, but the president has signed an executive order giving the FBI extra power to put a stop to human trafficking. There hasn’t been a lot of talk about it (for previously mentioned reasons) but it would appear he knows something most Americans do not. As a member of the monetary elite, he knows things that the rest of us have to see in movies. We’d like to think this isn’t a problem, but with 1,500 arrests made so far in 2017, it would appear this is more common than once thought.
Where Is This Going On?
Unfortunately, human trafficking is going on all over the country. We’ve written about people who’ve gone overseas to combat child sex slavery, but there isn’t a lot of talk about what goes on stateside.
Sadly, a lot of times it is those we give power to who ultimately let us down. A former Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert, is in prison after being convicted of bribing his victim. Lawyers at the time went out of their way to label his crimes as “past misconduct,” but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what happened. The fact that it was covered up, though, is quite disturbing.
Many people are unaware, but this has been a problem for quite some time in many western societies. A few years ago a once prominent figure in the U.K., Jimmy Savile, was investigated after over 400 alleged victims came forward. The Metropolitan Police Service launched an investigation in 2012, after Savile’s death, and the findings are nothing short of disgusting.
A man known for his work with children, was in fact abusing them at an unprecedented level, or so we thought. Now, after several years of looking into this one man’s past, we see that it not only happens in powerful circles, but it is completely covered up by the media.
The U.K. is having such a problem with perverts, that police officials have suggested they stop prosecuting adults who watch child pornography. Chief constable Simon Bailey believes that most adults watching child pornography pose no threat to society, and wants to focus solely on those who physically harm kids.
“How can the police service be expected to cope with all that, if, in the margins, we are still having to deal with what I would describe as very, very low-risk offenders, who, based upon good risk assessments, pose little if any actual threat of contact abuse?”
A police officer in the U.K. wants to stop cracking down on child pornography, because there is just too much of it going on. So, while the U.K., and other parts of Europe attempt to normalize child abuse, President Trump is taking a huge stand against it.
The Silence Is Deafening…
Ashton Kutcher went in front of a Senate Committee a few weeks ago to talk about bringing an end to human trafficking. He said that private companies and government agencies should be working side-by-side to take down those who wish to hurt kids. Sadly, the odds are that many of our own elected officials participate in such horrible acts.
The internet is chock full of conspiracy nuts trying to connect powerful people to pedophilia, but perhaps they aren’t as crazy as once thought. I mean, who would’ve guessed a major college football coach would use charities as a place to find victims? Who would have guessed the “Subway Guy” had a fetish for kids?
Of course, those stories make national news, but when 1,500 people are arrested in connection with sex trafficking the media is silent. When you realize that most news outlets are controlled by a very few, you begin to understand why this subject isn’t discussed. The elite don’t want us peasants getting too curious.
They even go out of their way to prevent these types of stories from getting out. In the past, documentaries on the subject were completely banned from being on-air. When will we wake up, and see what’s really going on before our eyes?
Day in and day out the media spends valuable time talking about tweets, meanwhile the presdient is getting criminals off the streets in record numbers. This is only the beginning, and unfortunately for those in power, it’s only a matter of time before their darkness is exposed. SHARE this story, and let’s make sure the truth is told!