(ReliableNews.org) – Restoring law and order to America is one of President Donald Trump’s top priorities. His administration has taken an especially hard stance on gangs and sex traffickers. Federal law enforcement agencies have been cracking down on them for the entirety of the president’s tenure in office. And they made even more progress recently.
On October 26, US Marshal Michael Baylous and US Attorney Mike Stuart announced 98 arrests related to an operation in West Virginia. At least five of the people charged are accused of being gang members. The sting went on for 30-days and included more than a dozen local and federal law enforcement agencies.
That’s not the only operation federal authorities were working on, either.
Federal authorities in WV and Ohio also announced the recovery of 45 missing kids resulting from Operation Autumn Hope.
45 missing children were recovered by the U.S. Marshals as part of Operation “Autumn Hope.” https://t.co/0VkfM0tgBA
— U.S. Marshals (@USMarshalsHQ) October 26, 2020
President Trump’s administration is actively making the country a safer place to live. On November 3, Americans will have to decide whether to allow him to continue to protect children and put gang members in prison.
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