The answer to that is a resounding NO!
Last week, Giannini and Donna Hughes was on Channel 10. The “Rapp Session” had one side of the story, no debate. The reported ended the session with saying, “after talking to you I can’t understand why this hasn’t become law yet?” and asked the people of state to send in comments to the website and vote on if the prostitution should become law and the results would be read on Fridays show.
Well, the people voted and wrote in. Drum roll please . . . . . . .
65% of the people voted against the law, 30% voted for the law, and 5% said they didn’t know. Some people even left comments. Even a few intelligent comments.
Channel 10 decided to skip reporting the results and reading the comments on air. Just another example of how all this change the prostitution loophole hysteria is being led by one woman who can’t even say loophole, another woman who has never met any Asian spa workers that she keeps saying are trafficked, and newspapers and tv stations that are just trying to make a buck. Sad.