By Earnest Wright  |  04-16-2017   News
Photo credit: whitehouse.gov

It’s evident that the main-stream media is trying to control how Americans perceive President Trump’s administration. The media achieves this by failing to report anything that might make the Trumps look good.

A great example is what happened on Good Friday. The First Lady Melania Trump made a visit to HomeSafe which is a home for abused girls in Lake Worth, Florida. It’s located a few miles south of the Winter White House at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach where President Trump is spending the Easter weekend with his family.

The media decided not to announce the First Lady’s visit to HomeSafe, however a press release was issued by HomeSafe and several photos were posted online including at the @FLOTUS Twitter account.

Unfortunately, the local Palm Beach Post and FootwearNews focused on the shoes that Melania Trump wore to HomeSafe, no media reported on the First Lady’s visit.

Mrs. Trump brought gifts for each of the girls and spent time in the home visiting with all of them. She also brought Easter Baskets and stuffed bunnies for other clients served by HomeSafe.

Matthew Ladika, CEO of HomeSafe made a statement saying that Homesafe was thrilled to have the First Lady visit the girls and spend time with them. Melania Trump spent about 45 minutes at the agency.

The girls that Melania visited are victims of abuse and most of them are aged 12-17. They have been removed from their family and placed in HomeSafe’s residential program for treatment of the trauma they have suffered.

HomeSafe has been around since 1979, it is a nationally accredited non-profit organization protecting Palm Beach County’s and South Florida’s most vulnerable residents. The organization pays special attention to victims of child abuse and domestic violence.

HomeSafe’s mission is to create safer, more productive lives for infants, children and families.

The organization has a results-driven approach. It has grown into a leading provider of prevention and intervention services, serving more than 16,000 infants, children, young adults and families annually.

The organization is currently offering comprehensive programs that include: Healthy Beginnings, funded by Children Services Council of Palm Beach County, helping identify and prevent child abuse and neglect. It also promotes healthy births by ensuring that children are ready and eager to learn by kindergarten.

The First Lady made a statement last month while at a State Department event, presenting the International Women of Courage Award to women from around the world. She said that its upon everyone to continue to fight injustice in all its forms, in whatever scale or shape it takes in our lives.

She also emphasized that we must declare that the era of allowing the brutality against women and children is over, while affirming that the time for empowering around the world is now.

Melania Trump has been advocating for the empowerment of women in towns and villages, schools and economies. She also called for the society to challenge its old fears, long-held prejudices and stand up against evil and injustice that are prevalent amongst the society.

SOURCE: http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/04/media-blackout-first-lady-melania-trumps-visit-home-abused-girls-goes-unreported/

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