By Ashley McGuire



That’s about all there is to say in response to the official Women’s March Twitter page, which decried the federal government’s move to seize and shut down, a multibillion-dollar internet human trafficking platform.

Except that there is so much more to say, because there is so much wrong with an entity that purports to stand for women in its official capacity both promoting the legalization of prostitution and defending a company that is currently being prosecuted by the federal government for the trafficking of women and children.

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