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Feds Entrap 46 Texans with Hookers in Swanky Hotel Stings
All while millions surge the border in a Welfare Reconquista.
I feel so bad. These poor women. You know, they are so oppressed.
Well, not the undercover feds. I’m talking about the hookers.
Did you know getting caught involved in prostitution used to be a simple slap on the wrist—a misdemeanor at best?
However, that has changed because our society now has much greater morals.
FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Federal authorities announced a major crackdown on prostitution that reveals sex trafficking in North Texas remains an ongoing problem.
In Frisco, two hotels were used for an undercover operation resulting in the arrests of 46 men in only two days.
It's the biggest roundup from a prostitution sting operation in recent memory and shows it's a crime that's not just happening in urban areas.
It's well known that prostitutes walk the streets nightly in a rundown part of Northwest Dallas.
But earlier this month, federal authorities showed that sex trafficking is happening in the shadows of Southlake's Town Square and Frisco's Stonebriar Mall.
In the dwindling numbers of towns where some people have disposable income, 46 men tried to save themselves some dignity by paying a hooker instead of looking at porn. The article says this is a felony in Texas.
Why is this a felony though?
Is it because of religious conservative fascism? If that were the case, you would expect it to be legal in deep blue states—but it isn’t. As a matter of fact, in Sweden it is legal to sell sex, but curiously it’s illegal to buy.
So what’s all this about where you pay for sex with a woman, and the woman said OK, and then the US government is arresting you at the Hilton Hotel?
"I'm very happy to see those soliciting being prosecuted because if there's no demand there's no supply," said Chelsea Robertson.
Ah yes—no demand, no supply.
If the motivation for anti-hooking laws was some kind of prudish reasoning, wouldn’t being a slut for free also be illegal?
Feminist dogma says that all women who become hookers were coerced in some extreme or evil way into the profession. The legal system has also been expanded to link “sex trafficking” or “human trafficking” to all prostitution.
OnlyFans good, porn good, paying for sex bad (unless it’s a porn star.) So what exactly is this morality the federal government is trying to force on us?
Why are the Feds in Southlake and Frisco posting fake ads for sex on the internet? Are federal resources meant for border/immigration enforcement being used to harass men in the Texas suburbs?
It seems like they want us looking at porn and not asking these kinds of questions about what the government is doing to us.