In a recent, but now deleted tweet on the heels of her return debut show "Roseanne", Roseanne Barr tweeted credit to Trump for saving kids from bondage over the world. The tweet sparked a firestorm of controversy over trafficking arrests tied to Trump's administration.
In January, President Trump proclaimed January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness month.
President Trump also gave remarks in February during a listening session, addressing the crisis of trafficking and efforts to combat the problem in his administration.
FBI announced results of Operation Cross Country last October, in which 84 minors and several traffickers were arrested with a statement issued by FBI director Wray, on efforts to combat the problem.
Operation Cross Country was a nationwide FBI movement, which took place in casinos, hotels, truck stops, and even social media platforms in a heroic effort to rescue children and infants from the trafficking rings.
29 men, as would be customers were also recently arrested in a sting in San Diego which consisted of multiple law enforcement agencies working together In a successful sting operation.
Human trafficking is a global problem, in which President Trump has brought the issue up time and time again while reinstating his commitment to combat the issue.
Statistics prove that it is indeed a matter of lives at stake, even children as young as babies are affected. Last year alone, crime rose up to 13% in cases involving trafficking and sex crimes.
The reality is that the President speaks out more about the problem than any other president in history. It is clear Trump is committed to making sure that his administration and the FBI work together cohesively and are hard at work daily in rescues. While the embattled FBI has it's own issues with recovering under the damaged reputation of Comey and McCabe, many men and women among the administration play a role in creating a better society by saving kids from the horrific practice of trafficking.
Written By Fulcrum Contributor @PinkAboutIt