In his February 23 press conference, President Trump noted the “dire problem” that human trafficking has become globally. 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.”
The intensity of that focus is revealed by the fact that there have been more than 1,500 arrests since President Trump took office on January 20. The arrests have occurred across the country in such states as Tennessee, California, Illinois, Texas, Michigan, Virginia and Florida.
This impressive progress against sex trafficking has gone virtually unmentioned in national media, only gaining headlines in the localities were arrests have happened.
Meanwhile, the national media have attacked gay conservative activist Milo Yiannopoulos for comments he made in the past regarding pedophilia. Because of the coverage of his remarks and condemnation by the likes of Jake Tapper of CNN, Milo was disinvited from speaking at CPAC and lost a book deal as well.
Milo has told Liz Crokin that once you realize the MSM
. . . cares nothing for real victims and only wants its ideological enemies destroyed, this behavior become intelligible. Journalists don’t care about children. They care about damaging their political enemies.”
Given the stunning progress the FBI and other law enforcement agencies are making against sex trafficking under the leadership of the Trump Administration, sooner or later the MSM will have to address and cover the pedophile issue, no matter where it leads.