A new ad campaign that’s being pushed by President Donald Trump’s administration to get rid of ads promoting prostitution and prostitution-related crimes has been slammed by one of the ads’ makers.
The campaign by the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) aims to highlight the negative impact of prostitution and the potential for abuse on the minds of Americans, says campaign co-founder and National Republican Campaign Committee (NRC) spokesperson Mark Meyers.
The NRSC is a 501(c)(4) non-profit political action committee.
It supports Republican candidates in the 2016 election cycle and is run by former RNC Chairwoman Susan Collins, who is currently running for U.S. Senate in Maine.
Collins says she’s hoping to raise millions of dollars for her campaign, which includes ads promoting the NRC’s “Stop Abusive and Exploitative Prostitution” initiative, which aims to end prostitution and trafficking and protect victims.
“This ad will be a game changer for Americans in 2017, as we move into the next phase of the fight against prostitution and abuse,” Meyers said in a statement.
“It is critical that Americans take a second look at their online advertising,” Meyer continued.
“By taking down these ads, we are hoping to send a message that these ads do not reflect the values of our nation.”
The ad campaign, titled “No More Sex: Protecting Victims of Trafficking and Exploitations” is a direct response to a new White House report that found that women in prostitution are at greater risk of domestic violence and suicide.
In response, the NRSC and other Republican political action committees are pushing back against the White House’s findings, arguing that they ignore the fact that women are actually the most at risk of being victims of sex trafficking.
“The real message here is to turn off the Internet.
Stop prostituting, and stop being a victim,” Meys said.
“You can’t do it without doing it.
The reality is that it’s the internet, it’s not sex, it isn’t prostitution.”
According to the National Resource Defense Council, about one-third of all Americans believe that sex work is a crime.
The National Republican Senate Committee, which has been pushing the campaign, has also been targeted by the ads.
“I am concerned about the NRS’s strategy of targeting and demonizing people who are advocating for the legalization of sex work,” said Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn.
“We need to focus on the real problem, which is that there is not a single federal law protecting sex workers.”
The ads, which will run in newspapers across the country, aim to highlight an issue that’s not often mentioned in advertisements, and are intended to draw attention to the problem of human trafficking.
It’s not clear how much the NRs ad will cost, but the campaign is set to cost about $1 million and is being funded by an unnamed outside group.
The ads are scheduled to be available on the NRsc’s website and in digital ads.
In a statement to CBC News, Meyers declined to answer specific questions about the campaign’s funding or the ad’s funding source, but he noted that it was funded by the NRSP and “has no affiliation with the NRSc.”
The NRSP, which was founded in 1988, has been the subject of a slew of investigations into potential sex trafficking crimes.
It has since expanded to include ads that run in news organizations and online, with some ads showing the “prostitution industry is not just a problem for sex workers but also for those who profit from sex trafficking.”