Donald Trump has been President of the United States for just over a month and in that time, the mainstream media has been busy attacking Trump and other conservatives. They are so busy blasting Trump and his people over every little thing that they fail to report the many positives that he and his administration have been accomplishing in such a short time. Actually, the mainstream media hasn’t just failed to report the positive accomplishments, they are intentionally ignoring them and don’t want the public to know about them.
Were you aware that Barack Obama and his administration supported legalized prostitution with prostitutes as young as 10-years-old?
Obama and his administration fully supported many of the United Nations efforts to impose their will on our nation and others around the world. 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.
Part of the Y-PEER statement says:
“Young women’s health is threatened by policies and services that do not provide life-saving access to family planning and contraception. It is vital to implement key effective measures in the continuum of care for maternal health, including access to safe abortion…The rights of marginalized young people, including those who are living with HIV, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, young men who have sex with men, sex workers, injecting drug users, disabled youth, young people in crisis situations and other vulnerable youth continue to be violated through policies and programmes that criminalize them and ignore their specific needs.”
In examining the Y-PEER statement, Family Research Council senior fellow Peter Sprigg said that the document implies the term ‘sex workers’ as meaning prostitutes. Furthermore, Sprigg points out that they want to decriminalize prostitution and injecting drug users, which basically is a roundabout away of legalizing prostitution and drug use.
Paul Rondeau of the American Life League said:
“The United Nations has become the unsupervised playground and laboratory of the sex-industrial complex…Organizations like UNESCO, International Planned Parenthood, and now Y-PEERS demand more sexual rights and more abortions as the solutions to more HIV infections and more abortions for the ever-younger victims they pretend to serve… Within the statement absolutely stuffed with gobbledygook, it calls for disordered sexual behavior, prostitution, and IV drug use to be decriminalized. Yet the leading cause of the spread of AIDS is sexual promiscuity followed by sharing needles in IV drug use. So, who benefits from decriminalizing these behaviors: youth or sexual health agencies, providers, and pharmaceutical companies?”
Tyler Ament of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute also expressed concerns over the statement’s desire of confidentiality for youth. He points out that most 10-year-olds naturally turn to mom and dad for most things, but the Y-PEER statement wants to give these kids complete confidentially to the point that their parents and law enforcement officials will not be told of any activity or violations made against them.
Obama’s support of this UN initiative along with his push to legalize homosexuality and other perversions could explain why human sex trafficking was rampant during his 8 years in the White House. A large portion of human sex trafficking involves minors under the age of 18.
For example, in all of 2014, there were fewer than 400 arrests for human trafficking.
Unlike Obama, Donald Trump takes human sex trafficking seriously. in October 2012, Trump tweeted:
“Got to do something about these missing children grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents – fast trial, death penalty.”
In the first month of Trump’s first term in office, there have been over 1,500 arrests for human sex trafficking, nearly four times the total for all of 2014 under Obama. Some of those arrests are detailed here.
Now ask yourself why hasn’t the mainstream media been reporting on the huge number of arrests in Trump’s crackdown on human sex trafficking? In one month, he has accomplished far more than Obama did in a full year. Could it be the mainstream media doesn’t want you to know that Trump is doing a great job in protecting America’s women and children?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dave Jolly
R.L. David Jolly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology – Population Genetics. He has worked in a number of fields, giving him a broad perspective on life, business, economics and politics. He is a very conservative Christian, husband, father and grandfather who cares deeply for his Savior, family and the future of our troubled nation.