Slavery – Human Trafficking

Guest Editorial by Pamela Parlin

It’s natural for somebody to be a devil’s advocate in most scenarios, especially against a politician or a president. But yesterday, I witnessed our president pledge to end human trafficking. The support was huge, but there was a lot of resentment for some reason. That reason is that the idea came from Donald Trump.

But first, let’s me be honest and say this Twitter user took the words out of my mouth:

More positivity on the subject:

As human beings, we should all be glad that our president is an egalitarian who supports the freedoms of all individuals and is pledging to help victims of human trafficking. Disagreeing with that is much worse than calling yourself an “anti-feminist” or “alt-right,” in my view (and in the view of any sane individual).

Here are a few examples of people who just have to disagree with Donald Trump, no matter what:

It would in fact be considered disingenuous to deny the fact that human trafficking is an issue that needs to be solved. But a lot of people aren’t trying to find any common ground with this administration, let alone the common ground morality. The regressive left and  the establishment are more concerned with finding any way they can to run President trump out of office…forget trying to actually come together and help solve humanitarian issues.

It shouldn’t matter if you disagree with Trump politically or not, you shouldn’t disagree with wanting to end human trafficking. Politics are warping people’s brains.