October 16, 2022

The Washington Stand: 'Their Priorities Are Completely Wrong': Biden DOJ Backs Off Child Porn Cases to Prosecute Political Enemies

At a time when the internet has seen a massive increase in child pornography, FBI officials have been told child porn investigations are “no longer an FBI priority”; they should now focus on purported cases of domestic extremism, an agency source has revealed. And the Biden administration has seemingly stopped prosecuting obscenity cases altogether.

In 2021, authorities discovered at least 85 million images or videos of child sexual abuse in the darkest corners of the internet — 1.3 million images on one website alone. That does not account for an unknown amount of child pornography not yet detected. The flow of images is so profound that then-Attorney General William Barr confided that, pre-COVID, federal prosecutors “could not even prosecute their way out of the amount of child sex abuse material that they were getting,” Donna Rice Hughes, president of Enough is Enough, told “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins.” “Since COVID, those cases have skyrocketed.” The number of child pornography cases increased 19% during the 2021 fiscal year, according to the U.S. Sentencing Commission....

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