Adult and child sex trafficking is an unfortunate and horrifying reality that plagues countries around the world—including the United States. As TFTP has reported, people have been arrested attempting to purchase children as young as three-months-old to abuse them, including police officers. Even former child sex slaves have come forward to tell their stories and provide insight into the elite sickos who have the money and resources to deal in the lives of children. This has been ongoing for decades, yet the media and Americans alike, have largely ignored it, until now.
The arrest of Jeffery Epstein and his subsequent demise in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York has catapulted the massive problem of elite child sex trafficking into the limelight. Naturally, politicians on both sides — including the president — are attempting to use Epstein's death for political advantage which has skewed the discourse. However, for the first time, Americans are actually talking about the problem of child sexual abuse among the elite, and this is healthy.
While some Americans are hearing Epstein's name for the first time, TFTP has been reporting on his special treatment and ties to the elite for years. The child trafficking scandal doesn't stop at the White House either, it crosses the pond and implicates the royal family too. Last year, a photo of the Queen's son, Prince Andrew, surfaced as evidence during legal proceedings, showing him with his arm around one of the underage victims.
Epstein is a convicted child molester and sexually abused no less than 40 underage girls. Despite this fact, Alexander Acosta protected him while serving as a U.S. Attorney in Florida. After letting an admitted pedophile off with a wrist slap, instead of being fired, Acosta was then appointed to Trump's labor secretary in 2017 before resigning last month amid the Epstein controversy.
Instead of going to prison for life, as he should've considering the evidence against him, Epstein only got 13 months and was allowed to stay in the Palm Beach County Jail in his own private cell where he was allowed to leave the prison six days a week for "work release". Epstein was forced to register as a sex offender for life, but with his money and his connections he wasn't too bothered—until last month.