In a Report: Florida only state with passing grade for anti-child trafficking!
But before you all cheer and say good for Florida…they only got a C grade for their being the one to pass. All other states failed!
Child and human trafficking is a serious issue and with the new failed grade reports it indicates that there are some serious issues with the government and organizations involved governing the states! This should not be the case in the United States of America in the 21st century!
The article reporting the failed grades stated the following:
“Florida ranked first in a nationwide analysis of states’ efforts to combat child sex trafficking.
“According to a new report by Shared Hope International and the Institute for Justice and Advocacy, the majority of states, 40 out of 50, and the District of Columbia received failing grades for their anti-child and youth sex trafficking efforts.
“Florida was the only state to receive a C grade. Ten states received D grades and 40 states received F grades. No states received A or B grades.“
STOP RIGHT THERE! A MOMENT OF SILENCE PLEASE……
You mean to tell us that 40 states received an F in combating child trafficking?
I guess in this case it is easier to ask who got a D since only one got a C to pass and that was Florida. So the article tells us that the top ten (woo hoo!!) with the best of the worst anti-trafficking initiatives are Texas, Mississippi, California, Washington, Colorado, Kentucky, Utah, Tennessee and Louisiana. So are we supposed to cheer or cry? Now, no matter how they present this …no matter how they try to make it sound good…or even ok….it is awful and horrible to hear it. They said that Florida was number 3 in the nation for the number of calls place to the National Human Trafficking Hotline…and the top two states were Texas and California.
So Texas and California have the most cries for help and get an A for having the most calls and a D for their failure to do anything about it!
The report stated it assessed states based on six categories, including criminal provisions, identification and response to victims, continuum of care, access to justice for survivors, tools for victims through states’ criminal justice system, and prevention and training efforts.
So…this is the legal aspect of the states…the ones who make arrests and work hotlines….and they flunked response to victims! They flunked tools for victims through states criminal justice system! They flunked prevention and training efforts!!! They flunked criminal provisions! What are they doing…ignoring it? On purpose or is it that out of control? Is it that state of the art….or is it just that it’s a billion dollar industry and the wicked ones who work it are assisted by the dang government itself? We call it the deep state swamp- run by the global cabal. This is very deep and very disturbing!
‘Shared Hope’ launched its national Protected Innocence Challenge around ten years ago to raise awareness and help states create legal frameworks to address the crime of child sex trafficking. It also implemented a state report card system to assess states’ progress. Initially, the majority of states received an “F” grade, “reflecting the reality that many states’ laws failed even to recognize the crime of child sex trafficking,” the report states. Since then, states have enacted trafficking laws and implemented criminal justice policies to combat child sex trafficking.
The article stated:
“Children are being increasingly trafficked for sex and labor, often forced into various forms of labor, “including drug dealing, working in flea markets, commission-based sales jobs, driving other youth, and sex-trade related labor.”
“Child sex trafficking is a commercial sex act committed by force, fraud or coercion where the victim is 18. It often crosses over with labor trafficking, which is defined as “the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force, fraud or coercion, for the purpose of subjecting that person to involuntary servitude, debt bondage, or slavery.
“Forced labor may result when unscrupulous employers exploit workers who are vulnerable due to high rates of unemployment, poverty, crime, discrimination, corruption, political conflict, citizenship status or cultural acceptance of the practice,” the Florida Department of Children and Families explains.“
“According to the Polaris Project, “Traffickers tend to prey on people who are economically or socially vulnerable like children and youth,” who often live in poverty, “on the streets, or experience physical or sexual abuse, or addiction.” Traffickers often “pose as a friend, offering to meals, gifts, or just a sympathetic ear. In some cases, traffickers may use another young person to befriend and recruit their victims.”
“Recruitment of children and youth can occur in public places like malls or sporting events, but also increasingly online through social media sites, or false advertisements promising an appealing job opportunity that doesn’t exist, the Polaris Project explains. “Although runaway and homeless youth are particularly vulnerable, there are also several examples of victims who were groomed and recruited while living at home and even attending school,” it notes.
According to Voices for Florida…. children are being SOLD FOR SEX IN EVERY COUNTY IN FLORIDA!
While we were all complaining about the lockdowns in 2020, Voices for Florida and its 774 community partners provided services to over 1,093 victims. The majority were non-Latino Caucasian girls between 13 and 17 who had a history of running away. The majority had also been involved with the Florida DCF, had a history of or were currently experiencing homelessness, and didn’t attend school. And that is just one organization!
Now I am seriously asking…. is this the Sunshine state or is this somewhere in South America?
Remember this is the state that passed and got a C! Oh but it gets real odd fast….take a look at this one…..
“In 2014, the Florida Legislature created a Statewide Council on Human Trafficking. Chaired by the state attorney general, its members are from law enforcement, prosecutors, legislators, and experts in health, education and social services. The Legislature created a Florida Alliance to End Human Trafficking as part of the Council, which met for the first time in August 2019.”
Why did it take 5 years to get around to having their first meeting to end human trafficking? Maybe the sun fell on their heads and it took that long to wake up?
Oh but it gets even worse than that on a national level!!!
“According to a study of U.S. Department of Justice human trafficking task force cases, 83% of sex trafficking victims identified in the U.S. were U.S. citizens. The average age they were first trafficked and used for commercial sex was between 12 and 14.“
But as always…in government orgs….they tell you where to call if you suspect anything???????
“Children can be victims of human trafficking regardless of their citizenship, residency, or immigrant status. Those suspecting abuse or trafficking are encouraged to call the Florida abuse hotline at 1-800-96-ABUSE or the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888.” Read full report: Report: Florida only state with passing grade for anti-child trafficking | Florida | thecentersquare.com
Just looking at the national problem … that the nation slept through for all these years. ARE YOU AWAKE YET? DO YOU THINK DEEP STATE IS JUST FAR LEFT DEMS? BOTH PARTIES ARE INVOLVED! IT’S NOT A RED OR BLUE ISSUE HERE…IT IS FULL BLOWN DEEP STATE EVIL! GREAT MERCHANTS OF THE EARTH MAKING BILLIONS TYPE OF WICKEDNESS!
And just like the fake virus and the deniers of jab side effects… the real numbers are off the charts!
KEEP PRESSING INTO THE KINGDOM…PRESS, PRESS, PRESS…GOD IS SAYING ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!