Michelle Obama More Interested In Food Than Child Abuse And Rape
Chelsea Schilling has written an explosive, gut-wrenching expose` of child pornography at WND.com. She presents it raw, straightforward, and sickening in its truthfulness. But what makes it even more shocking is where it is taking place. It’s taking place in homes right under your noses, and until now you not only didn’t have a clue–but you have gone out of your way, unwittingly, to fight to ensure it continued. I know you don’t believe it, but if anyone in your family has a Facebook account it is happening in your home. As Schilling is reporting, children are being raped and sodomized on Facebook. That’s right, Facebook: “America‘s favorite social network is [the] child-predator’s playground.”
Read parts 1 and 2 of Chelsea Schilling‘s chilling four part expose` here:
PART 1: http://www.wnd.com/2012/05/kids-raped-sodomized-on-facebook-pages/
PART 2: http://www.wnd.com/2012/05/lets-end-child-rape-on-facebook/
There is nothing that I find more offensive than the abuse of children and human trafficking. I am outraged that Congress is absent on this crime. I find it even more angering that the Obama White House apparently cares more about golf, and Michelle’s makeup, exotic underclothes, and lavish vacations, and keeping Eric Holder in office, than it does the suffering of children and women.
Obama likes to quote (or rather misquote) scripture when it comes to his socialist proclivities of class warfare, but when it comes to helping and showing concern for those who are truly unable to help themselves he shows more concern for basketball and his golf game. His wife would rather do jumping jacks and wage a campaign against child obesity instead of waging a campaign against child abuse, against child exploitation, and against human trafficking.
I do not believe in the death penalty, but I do believe in sending people to prison to die. Those who deal in human trafficking and specifically those who abuse children should never be allowed to walk free on our streets again. Following is a column I wrote in February of 2011, titled “If Michelle Really Cared About Children.” It goes hand in glove with Chelsea Schilling‘s expose`:
It’s none of Michelle Obama’s business what people eat, and it’s certainly none of her business what portion size restaurants serve. So, why is she using her husband’s position to strong-arm restaurants into conformity with her will?
If she is concerned about the welfare of Americans in general, and women, children and families specifically – why isn’t she using her husband’s bully pulpit to fight something that is undeniably important and that will truly make a difference? Something like human trafficking in America.
Steven D., writing for the Booman Tribune, wrote: “Our government officials seem unlikely to do much about the women and girls sold into sexual slavery in our country and all over the world. … [T]he sexual slavery of children proceeds unabated, even in [America] … human trafficking is a big business. Yet, no one in our government nor in the governments of many developed countries is likely to do anything about it.” (“Congress likely won’t change international sex trafficking travesty,” Jan. 4, 2011)
“Even our own State Department has been known to turn a blind eye toward sexual trafficking in order to maintain good relations with the rulers of oil rich nations. … Since 2001, the number in the State Department annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report has more than doubled to include 177 countries, including – for the first time in the 2010 TIP Report – the United States.”
Isn’t the global trafficking and forced animalization of women and children worthy of the first lady’s intervention, especially now that it has become a part of the American economy? Then again, perhaps she’s reluctant to display outrage over forced human sexual-servitude because it would mean she would also have to lash out at Planned Parenthood.
Feb. 4, 2011, WND’s Bob Unruh wrote of work done by the anti-abortion advocacy group Live Action in exposing Planned Parenthood’s involvement in the sexual trafficking of little girls. Through a series of undercover stings with actors posing as pimps, Live Action was able to record on videotape Planned Parenthood employees telling the man they believed to be a pimp how they were able to sidestep the law and perform illegal abortions.
I think it is also fair to question whether or not her going after the restaurant industry is a form of political extortion. I think it fair to make a connection to her silence and her husband’s silence in the case of the abortion chamber of horrors owned and operated by Kermit Gosnell in Philadelphia, Pa.
By now the world is aware of Gosnell’s back-alley, baby-killing abortion mill. In the America Obama was only able to claim pride in (albeit grudgingly) after her husband was on his way to the presidential nomination, one would think Gosnell’s abortion mill would be as offensive to her as the Cambridge, Mass., police officer doing his job had been to her husband (sarcasm intended).
Let me be clear: I’m not talking about the legal prostitution glamorized by HBO. I’m talking about wives, mothers, daughters and children being kidnapped, drugged, beaten, sold and forced into human sexual trafficking.
A quick Google search of “man forced women into prostitution” resulted in over 4.1 million related items. Think it can’t happen to you? That’s exactly what human traffickers count on. Yet, literally every day during routine traffic stops or police intervention, women and children are discovered to be hostages in the grimmest of industries. Isn’t that enough to alarm the woman purportedly committed to family?
Instead of dictating what we should eat or what we should feed our children, instead of her stirring interest in the portion size of restaurant entrées – I say let Michelle Obama stick her nose where it can actually make a difference. Let her step up and condemn the global trafficking of women and children by using her husband’s bully pulpit to demand America be the model of zero-tolerance.
What woman, especially a woman with young daughters, would not view the crime of forced sexual servitude and abortion as not being more important than the size of the pork chop a restaurant serves as an entrée?
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here