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Democrats and Whores

Posted on | June 11, 2019 | 1 Comment

Seven Democrats in the New York state legislature — Sens. Julia Salazar (D-Brooklyn) and Jessica Ramos (D-Queens) and Assembly members Richard Gottfried, Yuh-Line Niou (D-Manhattan), Dan Quart (D-Manhattan), Ron Kim (D-Queens) and Catalina Cruz (D-Queens) — have introduced a bill that would legalize prostitution in the state.

Who is funding this pro-prostitution agenda? Which 501(c)3 non-profit organizations are engaged in advocacy to support this, and who are the major funders of those 501(c)3 groups? Because no honest and intelligent person would advocate prostitution, we may infer that wealthy perverts, or those who hope to profit from the sex trade, are providing the money to promote this legislation, for which Democrats are acting as pimps.

No parent would wish their daughter to become a whore, and yet Democrats want to make this heinous trade a legal “industry”:

A former sex-trade survivor who says she was victimized everywhere from New York City strip clubs to Nevada’s legal brothels is now at the forefront of the national battle against legalization, telling The Post that it only encourages “horrific’’ trafficking.
“A lot of people are under the misconception that just because it’s legal [in Nevada], then it’s safe and it’s clean and that all the people there are consenting, and that’s just not the truth,” said Rebekah Charleston, who appears in a blistering new anti-trafficking video put out by opponents of legalization.
“I think a lot of people have this happy hooker mindset like, ‘Oh well, she looks happy, and she’s an adult, so she should be able to do what she wants,’ when that’s just not reality. The realities of prostitution and sex trafficking are horrific.”
Charleston, 37, is part of a new campaign launched by a coalition of advocacy groups that includes the video, which was unveiled at the World Without Exploitation conference in Washington, DC, on May 23. . . .
Nevada has a 63 percent higher rate of illegal sex-trade activity than any other state in the country and ranks in the top 10 for trafficked and exploited youth, according to the video, which adds that only 10 percent of prostitution in Nevada is legal.
Nevada also is ranked sixth in the country for rapes and sexual assaults against women, according to Awaken, an anti-sex trafficking non-profit based in Reno.
Charleston, originally from Dallas, Texas, said she was raped when she was 14 years old, became addicted to drugs and ran away from home at the age of 17, when she met a pimp that would sell her across the US for the next 10 years.

 

A pimp is the lowest form of human life, and any legislator who supports prostitution is an active agent of evil.



 

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