For some odd reason, a certain contingent of the population is trying to downplay how serious of a problem child sex trafficking has become.

This is evident by the fact that many leftists have reacted negatively to Jim Caviezel’s new movie “Sound of Freedom.”

The movie seems to have rattled many of them in a major way, which begs a serious question:


Why would anyone have a problem with Jim Caviezel bringing attention to something like this?

We can only speculate on the answer to that question of course.


However, here’s another question…

Why did the DOJ suddenly remove three sections from their areas of concern on their website on Child Sex Trafficking?

“International Sex Trafficking of Minors,” “Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors,” and “Child Victims of Prostitution” were removed from the website on May 12, 2023.

The Gateway Pundit tackled this very question:

Why did the DOJ remove “International Sex Trafficking of Minors”, “Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors” and “Child Victims of Prostitution” from the Department of Justice website under Child Sex Trafficking?

The Biden administration removed these sections on May 12, 2023.

Why would they remove these important sections?

Some Twitter users provided screenshots:

Natalie Winters discussed this with Tim Pool:

Again I ask, why?

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