— ABC News (@ABC) April 11, 2018
Via Daily Caller:
President Donald Trump signed into law Wednesday a bill that would combat online sex-trafficking, but as he signed it, all eyes were on the woman standing directly behind him.
“It’s about damn time,” she said, and she broke into a few dance moves as the president signed the law.
The woman, who was introduced only as “M.A.,” was kidnapped and sold on the internet — through backpage.com — in 2010. She was the first to sue Village Voice Media, who owned backpage at the time, and she was unsuccessful. She believes she has finally been vindicated.