From the 85,000 children who went missing in the Biden border crisis to online predation and beyond, child trafficking is a catastrophe crying out for justice.
“Never stop shouting, that’s what we have to do. This [human trafficking] is a global humanitarian crisis of the modern day,” Joe Sweeney told me. Sweeney, founder of The Asservo Project to fight child trafficking, explained how parents, citizens, and politicians can fight the growing crisis of child trafficking and exploitation in exclusive comments to PJ Media.
I asked Sweeney what advice he has for parents and/or citizens to fight this epidemic of child trafficking. “Parents, they’re going to have to get involved with their kids,” Sweeney replied. But it’s not just parents who should fight this horror. Sweeney advised any concerned citizen, “Get involved with an organization. Volunteer. Donate.”
Sweeney had advice for the political sphere, too. He noted that in Pennsylvania, where Asservo is headquartered, there is a bipartisan effort among state senators to fight child exploitation through legislation “to hold the predators accountable.” Voters need to push for the same efforts from representatives in other states.
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