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Depravity Immune to Coronavirus

Depravity Immune to Coronavirus


By with Michael R. Shannon Saturday, 07 November 2020 04:47 AM Current | Bio | Archive

We’ve probably been as guilty as any commentators.

We’ve focused on the election, putting less emphasis on other areas of American life. 

That doesn’t mean everything else stopped for politics.

Far from it.

And today — of all outlets — the UK’s Independent reminds us there are some government workers who haven’t been teleloafing during the "Flumanchu" lockdown while still collecting their full paychecks.

The Independent also reminds us human depravity doesn't take days off either.

The success of anti–human trafficking Operation Autumn Hope in Ohio dramatically makes our point. "Ohio attorney general David Yost said 109 survivors were recovered as part of operation "Autumn Hope", which involved more than 50 law enforcement agencies conducting simultaneous raids across the state.

"The success of Operation Autumn Hope is measured not only in the number of arrests but in the lives that were rescued from this evil. Every agency on this team looks for the day when no person is bought and sold in Ohio. Don’t buy sex in Ohio!"

Or any other state for that matter.

Operation Autumn Hope was so timely it was able to rescue a 15-year-old girl who was only reported missing from Lancaster, Ohio a mere six hours earlier.

These arrests are not the end.

The victims will need our help for quite some time.

Dana Hess, director of the Central Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force, reminds us, "This operation highlighted the vast number of potential victims and allowed law enforcement the opportunity to make contact and link them to services."

Besides the rescued children, there were a number of perverts arrested, "157 men were charged with soliciting and other crimes including firearm possession."

Another "22 individuals charged with seeking to have sex with a minor. Charges among those arrested included felony counts of importuning, attempted unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, possession of criminal tools and other felony charges."

This means the repercussions of Autumn Hope will continue during the trials and sentencing of those arrested and through the long-term care and therapy given to the victims as they try to recover from the physical and mental damage inflicted on them by this herd of degenerates.

Let’s hope the media gives their arrest and trail prominent coverage with many photos to act as a deterrent.

Operation Autumn Hope is the third in a series of anti–human trafficking enforcement crackdowns in the United States. It comes in the wake of Operation Safety Net in Ohio and Operation Not Forgotten in Georgia, which resulted in multiple arrests and rescued children.

It would be nice if we reached a point where these enforcement crackdowns weren’t necessary, but we doubt that will ever happen.

Michael Reagan, the eldest son of President Reagan, is a Newsmax TV analyst. A syndicated columnist and author, he chairs The Reagan Legacy Foundation. Michael is an in-demand speaker with Premiere speaker’s bureau. Read Michael Reagan's Reports — More Here.

Michael R. Shannon is a commentator, researcher for the League of American Voters, and an award-winning political and advertising consultant with nationwide and international experience. He is author of "Conservative Christian’s Guidebook for Living in Secular Times (Now with added humor!)". Read Michael Shannon's Reports — More Here.

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