Director and activist Jaco Booyens touted President Trump’s historic work in preventing intercourse trafficking and defended Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) as “unbelievable individuals” who helped maintain youngsters secure.
Fox Information host Mark Levin requested Booyens whether or not Trump did extra to deal with the difficulty than different presidents, together with former President Barack Obama. “No query,” Booyens responded on “Life, Liberty, and Levin,” airing Sunday.
Booyens mentioned that regardless of all of the criticism surrounding ICE, the company has turn into a significant accomplice in combatting intercourse trafficking.
“These are unbelievable women and men that assist us … unbelievable individuals who truly go and maintain America’s youngsters secure. This president has empowered them to take action,” he advised Levin.
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His film “eight Days” tells the story of a 15-year-old woman who’s compelled into intercourse trafficking after attending a celebration along with her pals. Booyens mentioned the movie is obtainable on Netflix and different locations.
Booyens claimed that he tried taking his story to CNN and MSNBC however confronted “closed doorways.” “I say that to not level finger or blame, that is only a reality. This crime would not ask ‘are you conservative or liberal?'”
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Levin requested Booyens whether or not CNN and MSNBC have been too centered on their very own “ideological agenda” to cowl the difficulty. “You need to consider they’re too busy to concentrate and sure they’re as a result of they’re busy with foolish stuff — accusing the president,” Booyens responded.
He additionally argued that intercourse trafficking was rooted in intercourse dependancy fueled by mass media. “It’s intercourse dependancy that in its core is fueled … it begins with a pornographic tradition, delicate porn, it is the objectification of girls — which we as a rustic have achieved a terrific job at utterly objectifying ladies.” Particularly, Booyens mentioned, Hollywood was responsible together with the Web.