The mainstream media (MSM) has kept silent as President Donald Trump in his first two months of office has overseen the arrests of more than 1,500 pedophiles, almost four times more than the 400 pedophiles arrested under President Obama in all of 2014.
Recent arrest reports show that more than 1,500 sexual predators were busted for their involvement in child sex-trafficking rings in the United States since January 20, the day Donald Trump was inaugurated. A joint report by the Department of Justice and FBI reveals that for the entire year 2014, President Obama oversaw only 400 similar arrests.
Many people are taking note of these facts and asking why a so-called "objective" MSM is so selective in its reporting policies.
It's no coincidence that child sex-trafficking rings are under such attack by the Trump administration. 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."
At a press conference on human trafficking in the White House on February 23, Trump laid down the law: "I want to make it clear today that my administration will focus on ending the absolutely horrific practice of human trafficking. ... A lot of you have been dealing with the federal government and it's been much more focused over the last four weeks — I can tell you that."
"It's not talked about enough," he continued. "And we're going to talk about it, and we're going to bring it out into the open and hopefully we're going to do a great deal to help prevent some of the horrific — really horrific — crimes that are taking place."
The MSM refuses to report on President Trump's war on pedophiles and on child sex-trafficking rings in spite of the recent avalanche of arrests which include the following:
The supposedly "unbiased" MSM has no qualms about quickly reporting on every sex abuse scandal involving the Catholic Church. The liberal media's ever-changing morality towards the grave evils of pederasty and pedophilia, however, has caused some journalists to question whether their tears are real or fake.
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