DAILYKENN.com -- Let's go back to 2017.
Three Toledo, Ohio pastors were charged with sex trafficking of children. One of the assaults took place in a church, reports say.
Arrested were Kenneth Butler, 37; Anthony J. Haynes, 38; and Cordell Jenkins, 47. They were charged with conspiracy for child sex trafficking.
Granted, they are innocent until proven guilty in court of law.
But considering the common occurrence of such black-on-black crimes in the nation's 'hoods and compounding this crime with a layer of hypocrisy, we can't help but wonder why we are obsessed with white-on-black micro-aggressions while blacks are victimized by other blacks in heinous crimes that reach far beyond loitering in a Star Bucks coffee shop.
Then there is this:
160 children were rescued in June in Atlanta after authorities busted a sex trafficking operation that resulted in dozens of arrests.
That begs the question: Where are the leftists who pretend to be concerned when children of illegal aliens are separated from their families? Do they not care for the families of these children?
Where is Black Lives Matter? Jesse Jackson? Whoopi? The NAACP?
Do white people commit such crimes?
Indeed they do. Advance to 2018.
In case you weren't paying attention, that was a $100-million bond.
You may ask, "Where does one get $100-million to post bail?"
It turns out that Bronfman, who is also innocent until proven guilty, is a member of a family that once owned Universal Studies and is currently heiress to the massive Seagram liquor fortune, according to The Washington Post.
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"Prosecutors said she helped recruit women for leader Keith Raniere and his cult-like organization called NXIVM. She told the women they were joining what was purported to be a female mentorship group, prosecutors said," the report added.
That begs the questions: Where are the feminists?
Answer: Fake feminists busy themselves condemning the imaginary "rape culture" of white dads and husbands of traditional Western families. One gets the idea that the fake feminist movement is so occupied with destroying Western culture via attacking the tradition family that it has no time to fight genuine abuse of women and children.
Fake feminism may also be considered a "cult-like" movement.
Human trafficking generates an estimated $32 billion dollars a year worldwide, according to WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana.
So, you would think feminists would be all over this! They aren't. Though some may be participants.
And: Where is the media firestorm?
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