"....sexual slavery is a crime....it is an affront to our values." SecState Hillary Rodham Clinton
The Secret Service is careful to note that the prostitutes involved with U.S. Secret Service agents were not underage. This is the frame. Let me paint the picture:
If you will pull up the third link and move to the country narrative, Colombia is a "Tier 1" nation for human trafficking of women and children. This means that Colombia is "a major source for women and girls subjected to sex trafficking...."
Many adult female prostitutes were enslaved as young girls to enter the sex trafficking trade. As young girls, they provide oral sex for pedophiles. As young adult women, they provide the full menu of options for their clients, and a fistful of U.S. dollars for their captors.
Secretary of State Clinton calls sexual slavery a crime. A "3P" paradigm exists to deal with the problem.
President Obama states he is "angry".
How many of the prostitutes solicited by our Secret Service agents began their careers as little girls snatched off the street, traveling across borders from man-to-man and then brothel-to-brothel?
I would prefer our President declare a National Day of Prayer. Our nation needs to repent for what went down in Colombia with uniformed officers of our government with women who have possibly been enslaved in a vile and vibrant commercial space.
Things look good on paper. The reality, is ugly.
I would like a strong, non-hypocritical message regarding the state of our government and its people.