We live in an age where American citizens can be censured for questioning the government, and former presidents can be barred from the use of Social Media, but Human smuggling is untouched. Social Media Giants have abused their power to go after innocent bystanders but remain silent against true evil.
Women and children are made to pay the price of such decision-making. They make up the largest percentage of human trafficking victims. Children as young as infancy can be sold over the internet to fulfill the sick desires of the perverts who buy them.
— Operation Underground Railroad (@OURrescue) September 23, 2021
Social Media Giant Admits They Allow Human Smuggling on Their Site
Facebook has now admitted to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich that it allows for such communications on its platform.
— Tim Ballard (@TimBallard) June 8, 2021
Organizations like, O.U.R. Rescue, and investigators like Jaco Booyens, hunt down the monsters who prey on the innocent. Their job is never-ending due to the high demand for human trafficking because there are more people in slavery today than at any other time in human history. In fact, if all four hundred years of the transatlantic slave trade were added up, there are still more people enslaved today.
Standing with @vitorbelfort in his fight on Sept 11 PPV @trillerfightclub as he stands in our fight to stop human trafficking with us @sharetogethernow and FreeSpace Social
— Jaco Booyens (@BooyensJaco) September 8, 2021
The American Border Patrol sees the worst of it. Smugglers use children to get people across the border or distract officers from drug stashes. These children are usually abused physically and sexually by their handlers and the many people they are sold to. The Smugglers will sell children to individuals so they can pretend to be families as they cross the border.
The human trafficking business is still booming on the border and there is still no sign of Kamala Harris. pic.twitter.com/MVH4l2nFQE
— ForAmerica (@ForAmerica) June 18, 2021
Facebook now admits they are complicit in the abuse of these women and children. Their platform, as well as many others, is the means of communication between buyers and sellers. This makes them no better than the slaver’s platform in the town square. We no longer live in the 18th century and must fight against Social Media sites hiding behind laws that protect platforms. This is an outright lie on their part as they act more like publishers who have no such protection against liable laws and censorship.