The ‘Women’s March’ Publicly Supports Sex Trafficking, Child Prostitution Website

The Women’s March, today’s latest and most absurd progressive movement, published on Twitter that they support a website that was seized by the US government for being involved in sex-trafficking and underage prostitution.

In Phoenix, the federal grand jury returned a 93-count indictment against seven people linked to the Backpage.com website on Friday. According to the prosecution the parties involved knowingly facilitated illegal prostitution and money laundering.

Via Politico: Backpage and its founders have been the subject of intense investigation by the Senate Homeland Security Committee in recent years. Critics said the site not only promoted illegal prostitution but facilitated sex trafficking and sexual abuse of children.

One would think the Women’s March organizers would support such a big win for victims of sex trafficking, however they did the opposite. On twitter this feminist organization disapproved of the government’s decision to close down Backpage.com and advocated this as “an absolute crisis for sex workers.”

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The Women’s March tweeted: “The shutting down of #Backpage is an absolute crisis for sex workers who rely on the site to safely get in touch with clients. Sex workers rights are women’s rights.”

The Women’s March added: “In the coming days, we will be sharing more about sex workers rights to uplift this critical issue. We’re all still learning and as always, we have to listen to the voices of those most impacted. #SexWorkIsWork”

The Daily Wire reports, “In 2016, then-California Attorney General Kamala Harris tried to prosecute Backpage operators, saying that they were ‘raking in millions of dollars from the trafficking and exploitation of vulnerable victims,’ and that they ‘designed Backpage to be the world’s top online brothel.'”

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