Human Sex Trafficking Rises By Over 800 Percent – California Leads The Way

California Democrat Kamala Harris recently said California is America’s future. If that’s true, Americans should respond sternly by saying, no thanks. Not only is California leading the way in poverty, it is also leading the way in human and sex trafficking.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Human, sex trafficking up 842%, California leads

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With California leading the way, human trafficking, especially in the sex and labor trades, jumped again last year and has surged 842 percent since since the creation of a federally-supported hotline for victims.

A majority of cases reported last year to the National Human Trafficking Hotline and the BeFree Textline operated by Polaris involved sex.

“Reported cases of human trafficking continue to increase each year. In 2017, 8,759 cases were reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline and BeFree Textline. This number compares to 7,737 reported cases in 2016. The overall figures represent an 842 percent increase over the 10 years Polaris has operated the Hotline,” said the hotline operator which receives federal funding.

First daughter Ivanka Trump on Tuesday huddled with congressional opponents of sex trafficking in a boost for legislation targeting online crimes. Her goal was to “highlight the progress that has been made and to discuss next steps in combating human trafficking,” said Lindsay Walters, White House deputy press secretary.

This is what liberal policies bring. California needs to clean house and take care of their own before lecturing the rest of the country.

 

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