On Tuesday’s broadcast of NBC’s “MTP Now,” NBC News Capitol Hill Correspondent Julie Tsirkin stated that Republicans in Congress have had a difficult time getting their Democratic counterparts to support their efforts to combat human trafficking, even though the issue “seems like an issue ripe for bipartisan support.”
While reporting on a conversation with Sens. Katie Britt (R-AL), Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS), and Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) on their efforts to combat human trafficking, including legislation to keep individuals charged with human and drug trafficking from receiving federal funds or benefits, Tsirkin said that Blackburn “does have some support from Democrats on a new bill that would allocate $50 million to help prevent the trafficking and smuggling of women and girls.”
She then played a clip of her conversation with the three Senators, where she asked, “This seems like an issue ripe for bipartisan support. Yet, here we are, three Republican women. Why do you think you haven’t had any success in getting Democrats to support this too?”
Blackburn responded, “I think Democrats are coming along on this issue because the American people are beginning to see, firsthand, what is happening with people that are coming into their communities.”
Maybe human trafficking is going to be like pedophilia with Democrats, where they need it and want to make it mainstream and acceptable. If it is up to Democrats, one day we will see advertisements selling children and young girls on television.
Because the Democrats need all those new voters to vote them back into office again and again their the Globalists/Traitors to America and Americans and should lose their American Citizenship and can go live in the Amazon for life and even longer
The biggest donors are traffickers, So they fund the UN who are assisting traffickers. More than 40K minors cannot be located by this administration 40 thousand little lost souls. Im old enough to remember the left trying to cancel a company that was providing beds so the illegals did not have to sleep on the concrete.
from the memory hole…
The planned protest comes after more than 500 employees signed a letter asking company leadership to cancel an order that would provide bedroom furniture to a border detention site in Texas.