You won’t believe what the Women’s March just threw support behind

In what has sent shockwaves through many,  the Women’s March just threw support behind sex trafficking, child prostitution website backpage.com.

The extreme far-left organization Women’s March recently came out in support of a website that was seized by the U.S. government for its massive involvement in sex-trafficking and underage prostitution.

Backpage.com operators indicted

On Friday in Phoenix, a federal grand jury returned a 93-count indictment against seven individuals associated with Backpage.com for their involvement in knowingly facilitating illegal prostitution and money laundering. Politico reports:

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.

A win against child sex trafficking, but a loss for the Women’s March?

Despite this huge win against sex trafficking and child Prostitution, the Women’s March came out in full force against the government’s decision to shut down the website and openly advocated for the rights of sex workers.

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.”

Then they doubled down tweeting:

In 2016 Backpage operators were being looked at by then-California Attorney General Kamala Harris when she tried to prosecute the site owners saying 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.”

Sources: TruePundit, DailyWire




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