The recent removal of crucial language on child sex trafficking from the Department of Justice (DOJ) website by the current administration has raised significant concerns. This article aims to shed light on the implications of these changes and their correlation with the administration’s handling of migrant children. Join us as we examine the erased sections, explore the timeline of revisions, and discuss the impact on the fight against child sex trafficking.
Understanding the Removal of Language:
On May 12, 2023, the DOJ eliminated sections on “International Sex Trafficking of Minors,” “Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors,” and “Child Victims of Prostitution” from their website. These sections played a vital role in educating the public about the nature and extent of child sex trafficking. By examining the previously available information, we can better comprehend the significance of their removal.
Prior to this recent change, this information could be found on the DOJ’s webpage about Child Sex Trafficking as of May 2021.
An Insight Into Erased Sections:
The eradication of the sections on international and domestic sex trafficking of minors, as well as child victims of prostitution, is deeply troubling. These sections provided valuable insights into the cross-border transportation of children, the tactics used by traffickers, and the plight of victims. We must reflect on the implications of removing this critical information and what it means for combating child sex trafficking.
The Connection to Migrant Children and “The Sound of Freedom” Movie:
Coinciding with the removal of language on child sex trafficking, the Biden administration’s mismanagement of 85,000 “missing” migrant children in the last 2 years adds to the concern. These parallel events demand our attention and raise questions about the administration’s commitment to combating child exploitation.
Additionally, the release of the film “The Sound of Freedom” provides a backdrop that further highlights the urgency of addressing this issue.
Seeking Answers and Accountability:
As concerned individuals committed to protecting children, it is essential to demand transparency and accountability. By questioning the motives behind these changes, we can hold the administration responsible for the decisions made. Our collective voice can ensure that the fight against child sex trafficking remains a top priority.
The removal of language on child sex trafficking from the DOJ website raises significant questions about our federal government’s commitment to this crucial issue. We must remain vigilant in our pursuit of truth, demand answers from our leaders, and advocate for the protection of vulnerable children. Together, we can work towards a future where child sex trafficking is eradicated, and every child can live free from exploitation.
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