(1) I didn't say most sex workers are trafficked, the person I quoted did. I didn't say that I agreed with every word of the person I quoted.
(2) Both of the things I said do have statistics backing them up. See, for instance, this
as well. This evidence is certainly questionable -- and I'm definitely not sure about it; in fact, I support legalizing prostitution.
(3) You certainly seem to need a dose of epistemic humility. The fact that someone might oppose legalizing prostitution -- and, again, that's not me, I support legalization -- doesn't automatically mean they're saying things "their preacher told them to say"; the fact that you think that, if anything, is an indicator that you're the one who's full of nonsense. There's definitely empirical evidence on both sides of the debate; it's debatable. People like you, with your absolute certainty that you're right when no expert in the field has that level of certainty, and with being willing to call anyone who disagrees with you "full of nonsense," are what makes the left look bad.
(4) Even if you think I'm wrong, there's no need for hostility. Here's a few reasons why hostility is unproductive to conversation: (a) It prevents you from having an understanding of the other side. (b) It prevents you from being able to question your own opinion. (c) It alienates people who you might be able to find meaningful interaction with. I'm successfully alienated.
You've both (1) lost all credibility and (2) been unnecessarily hostile. I'm now being hostile because I've learned that I don't really give a sh!t if I alienate someone like you. Good day.