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Superbowl Season’s ‘Dirty Secret’, and the Congressman Who Just Exposed It


There is a dirty secret about Superbowl season that the mainstream media and the NFL would have swept under the rug. Some media outlets have even been scrambling to “debunk” the “myth” of higher child sex-trafficking rates in cities hosting the Superbowl, during the time surrounding the event, as well as during other major sporting events.

But Representative Ted Poe (R-Texas) believes that this is a very real problem and phenomenon. He has been reaching across the aisle in order to get some legislation passed that would do a lot for human rights. This legislation deserves our support regardless of what city and what events may or may not be related to human trafficking and sex abuse.

Watch the following short 60-second clip to learn more.

Share this important message with those who realize this sort of thing matters and deserves a minute of our time!

(Article by James Achisa; image via Getty images)

1 Comment on "Superbowl Season’s ‘Dirty Secret’, and the Congressman Who Just Exposed It"

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  1. Steven says:

    Why is it even necessary to go through the red tape of Congress to pass a law to go after these scumbags? Hell, they can’t even pass a budget, what makes us think they will ever get anything done on this front. We see how much the laws have done for the “War on Drugs”…useless.

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