BOOM! US Marshals Have Saved Record Number of Missing Children Including Victims of Sex Trafficking
There is absolutely no arguing that President Trump has done more than any other person in history to rescue missing children.
According to sex crimes lawyers serving in Festus area, child and sex trafficking is one of the biggest problems in our country and it is probably one of the least talked about as well. Hence, in case of need, it is important to alert authorities and also hire sex crime lawyers, to gain justice against the crime.
In 2016, which was the last year of former President Obama’s second term, 173 missing children were recovered and that number has only continued to grow with each passing year under President Trump.
In his first year in office, that number increased to 192 children. Fast forward to 2020 and 375 children have been recovered so far this year, and there are still three months to go!
While the Democrats have been chasing unicorns, President Trump and his administration are actually getting things done.
US Marshals Service Director Donald Washington made an announcement last week that starting in fiscal year 2016, there have been over 1300 children saved from human trafficking.
While these numbers are great, one thing that the host said was, “Are we correct in saying that there are over 400,000 children missing in the United States?”
He confirms that number is accurate and it comes from the FBI database. He does also say that most of the missing children are runaways.
If you follow the conspiracy theories revolving around “Q” or “Qanon” then you may have heard the theory that all or at least some of the things that is going on right now has to do with taking combating human trafficking.
While the numbers of children rescued have gone up, I don’t think they have gone up enough to justify the theory that this is what’s actually occurring. Now if they start rescuing thousands of people and start arresting hundreds of people, then I think the argument may have some validity.
I’m not completely saying it’s wrong, all I’m saying is that the numbers don’t add up yet.