A woman broke into a happy dance when President Donald Trump signed a bill fighting sex trafficking on Wednesday.
The joyous attendee, identified to the press only as "M.A.," is said to be the first woman to sue Backpage.com, a website that reportedly enabled prostitution and the sex trafficking of minors. M.A. is a sex-trafficking survivor herself.
Standing behind the president in the Oval Office, M.A. busted into some dance moves, including the coveted "dab" as Trump's pen signed H.R. 1865, the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA).
She even offered some succinct thoughts on the matter. “I am not a survivor. I am M.A. It’s about damn time,” she said.
According to The Hill, M.A. "sued Village Voice Media in 2010, which owned Backpage at the time, after she was kidnapped and sold via the site. ... Her case led to a number of similar lawsuits that led the Justice Department to recently seize the site and charge several of the site’s founders with prostitution and money laundering."
As reported by The Daily Wire on Thursday, FOSTA is a bipartisan anti-human trafficking bill that was passed by both houses of Congress before making its way to the president. "The bill 'amends the Communications Act of 1934 to create an exception for sex trafficking, making it easier to target websites with legal action for enabling such crimes" and "provides new legal recourse for victims and law enforcement alike.'"