HB 2889: The Arizona Anti-Sex Trafficking Bill
We’ve gotten lots of bad news recently. China and Iran are getting aggressive, the government is spending more and more money it doesn’t have, and Biden’s policies are even more radical than we might have expected. But, luckily, not everything is bad. One such good piece of news is that HB2889, an anti-sex trafficking bill, is getting closer to passing the state legislature.
Here are the details about that excellent, much-needed bill, HB 2889, from AZFamily.com:
“Right now, in Arizona, a convicted child sex offender can face anywhere from 10-20 years in prison, and some have the option of probation, parole or work release. HB 2889 gets rid of that…
Someone convicted of producing or distributing pornography of a child 12 years of age or younger would serve life without parole, as well as someone convicted of sex trafficking.”
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While the anti-sex trafficking bill has so far only passed through the Arizona House of Reps, it will soon move to the Senate, where it will likely pass, especially since it passed the House vote 51-1.
That is amazing news. Sex trafficking and the sexual abuse of children has been treated far too leniently. Epstein was let off with only a slap on the wrist. Cartel members that rape women and children on their trip into America from Mexico are allowed to do so with impunity, especially now that Biden is opening the borders and putting criminals back on the street with his “release them all” email.
Now, in Arizona, at least, that horror will be a thing of the past. Thank goodness.
As I wrote about in my review of A Father’s Voice, sexual abuse of children is one of the most horrific, evil crimes. It devastates those children, is the most vicious form of preying on the weak, and is an abominable crime that must be viewed with absolute reprehension and punished without mercy.
Thank goodness Arizona is taking the pedophilia problem seriously and is fighting it with the HB 2889 anti-sex trafficking bill. The problem is not a small one, as Biometrica reported:
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 13 boys would have experienced sexual abuse at some point in their childhood. According to the agency, 91% of child sexual abuse is caused by someone the victims or their families know.
After updates to Arizona laws, it was observed that more and more victims were were speaking out and seeking legal redress. In 2020, hundreds of lawsuits were filed seeking redressal or protection azcentral reported.
The CDC describes child sexual abuse as “a significant but preventable public health problem” and estimated that “total lifetime economic burden of child sexual abuse in the United States in 2015 was estimated to be at least $9.3 billion,” while warning that the true cost could be much higher.”
Sexual abuse of children is not a rare problem and needs to be punished to the full extent of the law. Some weak, leftist-infested states like California won’t do so. Others, like Arizona, are finally waking up to the problem and vigorously attacking it. Good. Arizona’s HB 2889 anti-sex trafficking bill should be a model for every single state. Lets save the children!
By: Gen Z Conservative
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