Women Are Not Powerless; They’re Misguided
Two things that offend me most with liberals and progressives are their disrespect for human life and their transpicuous disrespect for women. No less insulting, is the lack of respect the liberal women have for themselves.
There is nothing more evil, and worthy of damnation than for a person(s) to be forced into sexual slavery. And President Trump has just shown he agrees in toto.
April Ryan is White House correspondent for a bureau of agitprop named American Urban Radio Network. At a White House press briefing in November, Ryan asked a question that speaks volumes of her absence of character that’s typical of her kind. She inquired whether President Trump believes slavery is wrong. I ask what sane person wouldn’t? But I digress.
…every liberal woman and in no few instances conservative women, must be held accountable for the zeitgeist of whoredom perpetuated with Hollywood, the music industry, and as has now been shown within Congress, political circles, and the mainstream media both print and cable.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders replied: “I think it is disgusting and absurd to suggest that anyone inside of this building would support slavery.” Apparently Ryan missed the point of Sarah Sanders response, because the following evening she accused Sarah Sanders of not answering the question and CNN’s Don Lemon agreed with her.
On Dec. 31, 2017, President Trump graphically illustrated his answer, declaring the month of January “National Slavery and Human Traffic Prevention Month.” (See: “Trump Declares War on Slavery and Human Trafficking,” libertyheadlines.com.) In contrast, President Conversely, Obama actually worsened sex trafficking of children from south of the border, a Senate investigation found. (See: Obama Administration Placed Children With Human Traffickers Report Says; Abbie VanSickle; Washington Post; 1/28/2016)
“Human [sexual] trafficking is a modern form of the oldest and most barbaric type of exploitation. It has no place in our world…Instead of delivering people to better lives, traffickers unjustifiably profit from the labor and toil of their victims, who they force – through violence and intimidation – to work in brothels and factories, on farms and fishing vessels, in private homes, and in countless industries…This month we do not simply reflect on this appalling reality…We also pledge to do all in our power to end the horrific practice of human trafficking that plagues innocent victims around the world,” said President Trump.
I recommend reading the “Trafficking in Persons Report 2017” by the State Department, with state-by-state assessments of the situation and around the world.
But the aforementioned is not near as condemnable as the cacophony of thunderous silence from those like this April Ryan person regarding the decades long sex slaves and concubines those in the media, entertainment industry, Hollywood and the film industry have reduced themselves to.
Those like Ryan, Don Lemon, and every liberal woman and in no few instances conservative women, must be held accountable for the zeitgeist of whoredom perpetuated with Hollywood, the music industry, and as has now been shown within Congress, political circles, and the mainstream media both print and cable. And I submit that they must be held accountable because they value their so-called careers more than they do their dignity and self-esteem.
These industries, and yes I am labeling politics an industry, are staffed and run by the most pernicious sexual exploiters. I blame women like Ryan for allowing this alchemy of sexual slavery to exist. And even more egregious is the claims that those within these industries were unaware of the abuse. That’s akin to Germans at the furnaces burning Jews saying they were just following orders.
There is no way on God’s green earth that if the woman Matt Lauer allegedly raped in his office would have left the building and gone to the nearest police station while dialing 1-800-I Need A Lawyer, Lauer’s behavior wouldn’t have been stopped in its tracks. Law enforcement does not look favorably upon sexual assaults. Anyone who waits years to make it known that the person they have repeatedly been photographed smiling and preening with, has raped and assaulted them has their priorities wrong.
The first thing these violated women should have done was go to the local police department. The second thing they should have done was to have their lawyer(s) contact their employer. It is hard to bully someone into silence if there’s a police investigation and lawyers involved.
The women Bill Clinton beat, molested, and raped did not wait years before making their complaints known. Even though another woman, one Hillary Clinton, who waged “media Jihad” against them, betrayed them. Kathy Shelton, didn’t wait when as a 12-year-old she was raped and while leftist groups try to obfuscate the issues by claiming Hillary didn’t laugh about getting her rapist off, she nonetheless is responsible for getting him off.
I grow weary of hearing liberals claim women are powerless. That is nonsense. It’s that these women have their priorities wrong. My wife knows that if she is sexually harassed in any way, she is to leave her office immediately, call me and together our first stop is the police station and then our attorney. Our friends share the same view.
Dr. King didn’t take injustice to employers; he revealed the injustice to the world.
The real women, children, and men who are helpless are those President Trump has designated the month of January to bring attention and advocacy for. But apparently April Ryan, et al couldn’t care less about real victims who don’t have options.
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