Is the Biden Administration Responsible for an Uptick in Human Trafficking?

I have written several articles on our Presidential candidate Biden and President Biden. A list of the links have been provided at the bottom of this article for your convenience. This article will, however address different aspects on Biden’s presidency.

The rumor — Chicago Fed national activity index, to be exact — has it that the U.S. economy contracted in February for the first time since the worst phase of the coronavirus pandemic last April, according to the report released on Monday. Half of Americans facing poverty, and 11 million children live in poverty already (that’s one in seven kids). But have no fear, Joe Biden to the rescue! He hurries to help out so much that he stumbles, literally. There is a business that booms thanks to his politics and rhetoric: human trafficking.

It’s so egregious that the Mexican cartels should have Joe Biden’s official “employee of the month” portrait displayed in their lords’ haciendas.

Mexican cartels are exploiting Biden’s relaxed immigration stance and the welcoming and hospitable attitude he radiated since his so-called presidential campaign: “You want to flee, and you’re fleeing oppression. You should come,” he said, as he argued for a more open asylum policy, and harshly criticized Trump’s tough immigration policy and practices that didn’t tolerate criminals.

As soon as Biden moved to the White House, he tore up hardline Trump policies. At the same time, a migration crisis flared up along the southern border. As the influx of border-crossers spirals out of control, kind Uncle Joe is now changing the tune of his record player: “Yes, I can say quite clearly: Don’t come over,” Biden said during an ABC interview, — “Don’t leave your town or city or community.” The Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who appeared on almost all of the major political shows Sunday morning, pushed a consistent message: “The border is closed.” But the lax policies remain. And there were around 9,300 children at the border in February, which was a 63-percent increase from January, along with an additional 19,000 family members, a 168-percent increase, according to a Pew Research Center report. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol encountered more than 100,000 illegal crossers in February, and the influx continues.

All of these people didn’t materialize out of thin air. The Biden administration dismantled working border security. Now it is up to the American people to decide if opening the border was a responsible decision made in the best interests of Americans, amid the widespread economic damage caused by the pandemic and natural disasters in Central America. The intelligence community surely briefed Joe Biden about the consequences of his actions, but Americans don’t need to look hard for an answer.

Where there is demand, there will always be a supply: The notorious drug gangs, including the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas, are seizing upon the reforms to ratchet up human-trafficking operations, as reported by The huge burgeoning of the human-trafficking business is on a similar trajectory as that of the big corporations while small businesses were locked down “due to COVID.”

Think about it: Criminal organizations trafficking women, children, families, and single adults over the U.S.-Mexico border pulled in a total of $411.5 million in February by taking people from Mexico and Central America to the U.S. border, according to the estimates from Customs and Border Protection. The sum averages out to $14.7 million for each day in February.  

Fees to smuggle people across the border reportedly range from $2,500 to as much as $9,000 for one adult, and $3,200 for a minor. The price varies according to a migrant’s country of origin. “Remember that every Mexican citizen that you see crossing the river is worth 2,500 bucks. If they’re Venezuelan, Guatemalan or Honduran they paid $3,000…. If they’re Chinese they paid $5,000. If they’re Middle Eastern or Russian, they paid $9,000. If you’re a higher value commodity they make sure you get over at a quieter spot,” says Jaeson Jones, a retired captain from the Texas Department of Public Safety, whose Omni Intelligence firm briefs government agencies on the threat of transnational crime. He was the one who obtained a video of masked cartel smugglers ferrying a line of hundreds of immigrants across the Rio Grande that was widely shared by Republican lawmakers last week.

The human-smuggling windfall comes as costs to U.S. taxpayers for the border crisis continue to spike, topping $5 million a day, based on 2019 figures provided by Health and Human Services that put daily “influx” shelter costs at $800 per migrant. Additionally, the Biden administration just recently awarded a $86 million contract for hotel rooms to hold 1,200 migrant families as the numbers exceed ICE holding capacity. As reported by The New American, the cost of the liberal immigration policy of the new administration has already surpassed $100 million. And Biden is spending millions more to stop building the border wall President Trump started, since the contracts must still be paid.

Last but not least, the issue of human trafficking is simply evil. It’s monstrous and deeply immoral. We’ve heard a lot about Trump’s policies being “immoral,” and about how Biden would reject them in favor of “moral” and “humane” ones. But consider that 75 percent of those victimized by Mexican cartels are women, young girls, and children, trafficked for sexual exploitation. Consider the horrors of violence and brutality they undergo on their way to the false hope of some type of security, believing a deceitful promise of a better life.

There can really be no difference of political opinion about the virtue of dismantling criminal networks that prey upon innocents. Today, even Democratic politicians and lawmakers at the border are starting to speak up against Biden’s immigration policy. So is even the corporate media.

The border crisis that we face today was foreseeable and preventable. The human trafficking can be combated, and Americans’ will to get the job done is growing exponentially. But it looks like the Biden administration has a different plan for America. 

President Joe Biden’s pro-migration policies are helping coyotes transport illegal migrants’ foreign children to destinations throughout the United States, according to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC).

“We’re complicit as a nation in human trafficking,” Graham said at a March 26 press conference in Texas with 17 other GOP Senators. He continued:

What did we learn last night? There’s a trail on our side of the border with markers placed by the federal government to show illegal immigrants where to go. [We learned] that we’re transporting people — who pay [coyotes] to get here — the last mile with your taxpayer dollar.

The coyotes are boasting about their cross-border cooperation with Biden’s federal agents. “We deliver children to immigration (agents) and immigration (agents) are responsible for delivering them to their family members in the United States,” Daniel, a Guatemalan coyote, told Reuters for a March 23 article.

“It’s good to take advantage of the moment because children are able to pass quickly … That’s what we’re telling everyone,” he said.

Biden extended the invitation for child traffickers during his March 25 press conference, Graham added:

The President made the problem worse yesterday. This was a nightmare press conference. He told everybody ‘Don’t worry, we’ve got crowded facilities, we’re going to build 5,000 more beds in Texas at a military base!” So how does that play in Central America? [Coyotes will say] “They’re gonna expand the number of people they can take!”

[Biden] said when a [foreign] child has a phone number on their wrist, we’re going to call the family member, and unite that family. This is uniting illegal immigration.

In his March 25 press conference, Biden said:

And those who are coming across the border, who are unaccompanied children, we’re moving rapidly … we’re providing for the space, again, to be able to get these kids out of the Border Patrol facilities, which no child — no one should be in any longer than 72 hours … So we’re building back up the capacity that should have been maintained and built upon that Trump dismantled. It’s going to take time.

Under Trump’s 2020 policies, the waves of migrant adults, families, and single children and teenagers were quickly flown back to their home countries.

In contrast, Biden has put the border agencies into reverse and is using them to build more facilities so that more migrants can get pulled in to get the legal paperwork and work permits they need to help them stay in the United States.

The cooperative taxpayer-funded cross-border transport of claimed “Unaccompanied Alien Children” is an open secret in Washington D.C. and among the establishment media.

“Honestly, I think almost everyone in the system knows that most of the [migrant] teens are coming to work and send money back home,” Maria Woltjen, executive director and founder of the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights, told a ProPublica reporter: “They want to help their parents,” she said in a November 2020 article.

D.C. politicians also recognize that many of the teenagers who are admitted and transported under the 2008 law for “Unaccompanied Alien Children” are seeking to get jobs in the United States. Many of the teen migrants are going to work for the traffickers who paid the coyotes to relay them from Central American to the U.S. job sites, via the federal agencies.

Democrats have fought hard behind closed doors to prevent Trump’s border officials from breaking up the federal partnership with the coyotes and with the cartels who get a share of the smuggling revenues.

In 2019, for example, Democrats added a line to the annual funding bill that barred Trump’s deputies from sharing information about the U.S.-based illegal migrants who tried to pick up their children at government-run shelters.

Before that bar, Trump enforcement agents had only arrested roughly 40 of the parents, so deterring other illegal migrants from using the coyotes and federal agencies to safely and cheaply move their distant families into the United States.

In early May, Biden’s top immigration deputy, Alejandro Mayorkas, removed that deterrent. He announced that law-breaking illegals would not be arrested when they pick up their children from federal shelters run by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), even though the parents know that the coyotes are controlled by the drug cartels.

Reuters explained the logistics and economics of the growing child smuggling business:

More than half the smugglers consulted said they had transported unaccompanied minors in recent weeks, moving them by bus, car, boat and even by plane, which one well-connected smuggler called his network’s “faster new method” to bring children up from Central America. The trips cost thousands of dollars per child and are often financed by parents or relatives already in the United States.

[Mexican scoyote] Vazquez said the cartel that controls the territory along the border in his region mandates that he and other smugglers use the migrant children as a decoy for the cartel’s own drug smuggling operations.

Internal Mexican government assessments reviewed by Reuters also state that smugglers have been flying migrants directly to the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas, or even into Houston, Texas, and Phoenix, Arizona.

Biden’s team is completely aware of the hidden trade and is trying to minimize the political risk that foreign teenagers might be handed over to U.S.-based traffickers. In February 2016, the Washington Post‘s editorial board warned officials of labor trafficking:

A recently released Senate report confirmed that HHS in 2014 placed at least six children with a ring of human traffickers, who then forced them to work at Trillium egg farm in Ohio for as little as $2 a day. According to a 2015 criminal indictment, the children were subjected to inhumane treatment — forced to work six or seven days a week, 12 hours a day, and the traffickers “repeatedly threatened the victims and their families with physical harm, and even death, if they did not work or surrender their entire paychecks.” The children were housed in trailers with “no bed, no heat, no hot water, no working toilets, and vermin.”

Biden told the press conference that officials are working to confirm that the UAC children are being handed over to their parents or relatives, but not traffickers:

There have to be some certitude that this is the — actually mom, dad, or whomever. And there [are] ways to do that. There’s ways to do that — a little bit like determining whether or not you got the right code for your credit card, you know? “What was your dog’s name?” kind of a thing. I’m being a bit facetious, but not really. And also seeking harder data, from DNA to — to birth certificates, which takes longer.

However, many of the teenage migrants do not plan to work for traffickers, but to find their own jobs so they can repay the smuggling debts owed by their parents.

ProPublica cited the case of Garcia, a Guatemalan youth who used the UAC loophole in 2018:

He was 15 and he had debts to pay, starting with the roughly $3,000 he owed for the “coyote” who guided him across Mexico from Guatemala. To finance the trip, his parents had taken out a bank loan, using their house as collateral. If he didn’t repay it, the family could lose its home.

Within a week of arriving, Garcia accompanied his aunt and uncle to the factory where they worked making auto parts. He got hired on a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. shift, cleaning newly made screws and bolts with an airblow gun. Workers wore safety goggles to protect their eyes from the shards of metal that blew in their faces. It was a dirty job. “I didn’t like it, working with so many oily parts,” he recalled. “And it was dangerous.”

Garcia was not directly employed by the factory. Instead, he got the job through an “oficina,” the word Spanish-speaking immigrants use to describe the dozens of temporary staffing agencies that employ hundreds of thousands of workers in Illinois. In some cases, the [migrant] teens interviewed by ProPublica — all but one of them male — say they don’t even know the name of the staffing agency that employs them; it’s just the place where someone told them they could find work.

Under Trump’s low migration policy, wages climbed for Americans, especially among the lower income Americans who would lose jobs to illegal migrants.

So “who is screwed the worst by this? — American poor people,” said Ken Cuccinelli, who served as the acting secretary for homeland security in Trump’s administration. Cuccinelli, who now works at the Heritage Foundation, continued:

[Biden’s deputies] are dumping illegal labor into the low end of our labor market. At the end of 2019, Donald Trump achieved the lowest poverty rate in American history, 10.4 percent.

Deregulation and tax cuts were great for the economy, but that doesn’t do it for poor people. What really pushes poor people forward is when you do those sorts of economic stimulus things and you cut down on the illegal entrants into the labor pool at the lower end. Their wages rose by more substantial percentage than any other part of our economy, because we were attacking illegal immigration more vigorously than anybody else.

These people proclaim they’re the defenders of the poor, yet they’re screwing the poor and nobody is talking about that.

The migrant surge is boosting the smuggling of children for forced labor and sexual exploitation, converting the border into a “huge market” for “child sex trafficking,” Rep. Maria Salazar (R-FL) said this week.

“Human trafficking, my friends, is slavery,” Rep. Burgess Owens (R-UT) pointed out as he briefed reporters Wednesday alongside Salazar and other Republicans.

He went on to note “30 percent of the women and girls coming through this [migration] process are going to be raped.”

“We can’t standby and let that happen. We have boys and girls as young as six or seven years old being pushed into sex trafficking,” he added.

Some parents put their child on the migration pathway to the U.S. southern border process with “false hope” who never hear from their child again because that child will die, Owens also said.

“President Biden should be ashamed of himself. Ashamed. This was preventable,” Owens pointed out, adding, “There are people suffering, going through misery because they were given false hope.”

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Reps. Carlos Giménez (R-FL) and Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) joined the Republicans who spoke to reporters on Tuesday.

Salazar reiterated comments she made when she visited Texas Monday, noting that Biden’s policies fuel the ongoing crisis at the southern border. She claimed they put the lives of migrants, including unaccompanied children, at risk during the harrowing trip, and they encourage sex trafficking.

Addressing the U.S. Latino community, Salazar said in Spanish:

Unfortunately, once again, we have a crisis at the border. Our Hispanic community is being used on the one hand by human traffickers, drug cartels, and coyotes who create false hope for immigrants who want to reach the United States. On the other hand, we have the Washington politicians … who play with our community’s hopes to stay in power and win votes.

Referring to her recent visit to Texas, the congresswoman added in Spanish:

We saw the crisis with our own eyes. Coyote scoundrels who are peddling the delusion of obtaining an easy political asylum, claiming President Biden has opened the border for everyone who wants to enter.

Meanwhile, our children are being trafficked. Our girls are being raped, and when I say trafficked … [I mean into] forced labor and sexual exploitation.

It is a very harsh phrase, but that is what’s happening — child sex trafficking is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the world. And unfortunately, it has a huge market on the border of the United States and Mexico.

Her colleagues agreed the Biden border policies have made it easier and more profitable for human traffickers, many linked to drug cartels, to operate.

“We are in essence funding sex trafficking,” Rep. Diaz-Balart proclaimed, adding:

This is a humanitarian crisis. We are talking about thousands of girls who are being raped in the course of trying to reach the southern border. We are talking about the fact that now the United States, by this policy and rhetoric of President Biden’s administration … [is] financing the coyotes and the human trafficking cartels on the southern border of the United States.

“Biden has lost control of the border,” Sen. Graham pointed out.

Rep. Giménez called on Biden to secure the southern international boundary by reinstituting at least some of the border measures implemented by the Trump administration.

“Not everything that was put in by the previous administration needs to be dismantled. Those policies were working, the border was under control, and we could handle the situation. We need to get back to that and do better,” he said.

During the briefing Tuesday focused on the border crossing surge, Salazar promoted an amnesty plan for illegal aliens living in the United States as border crossings skyrocket at the U.S.-Mexico border.

“We don’t want any more false promises, false hopes,” Salazar said. “We want for those 11 million undocumented who are here in the country to be treated with dignity.”

A lot of the problems with monitoring and controlling the human trafficking that has taken place at the border is the result of Biden terminating a Trump program that targeted sexual offenders, including child sex traffickers, who are in the United States illegally. Trump’s program, dubbed “Operation Talon,” focused on deporting dangerous sexual predators preying on vulnerable Americans.

But Biden decided to end the program, leaving Americans and their children once again open to attacks from pedophiles and rapists.

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody argued there was “no reason” for Biden to cancel the program.

“We rely on the federal government to assist our local and state law enforcement and remove those that are lurking in our communities that are sexual predators and that are preying on our most vulnerable.

“And so, to have an administration, Joe Biden, cancel an operation that is focusing on sexual offenders in our country, as the attorney general of Florida certainly, but as a mother, it’s horrifying.”

Co-host Jedediah Bila asked Moody:

“Is there any reason you can see for why this operation would be removed or what the reasoning behind that would be?”

Moody responded:

“Absolutely none. I was a former federal prosecutor.”

“Effective, targeted operations cross administrations,” she continued.

“These operations help agents do their jobs, especially for states like Florida that rely on federal agencies and law enforcement to help them remove these dangerous people from our communities.”

“There is no reason this operation should be canceled.” reports: South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson joined a coalition of 18 state attorneys general to urge Biden to reverse the cancellation, according to ABC 4 News. 

“We’re working hard to fight human trafficking and sex crimes in South Carolina and allowing convicted sex offenders who are here illegally to remain in our country makes absolutely no sense,” Wilson said. “These trafficking and sex crimes are repugnant to human decency generally and to children specifically,” he added. 

The letter, directed to Joe Biden, the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Acting Director of ICE Tae Johnson, pointed out the problems with this cancellation. The attorneys general argued that canceling Operation Talon could encourage sexual predators to attack. 

“The United States’ population of illegal immigrants includes disturbingly large numbers of criminals with prior convictions for sexual crimes,” the letter reads. “According to data collected by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, during the period from October 2014 to May 2018 ICE arrested 19,572 illegal aliens with criminal convictions for whom the most serious prior conviction was a conviction for a sex-related offense.” 

“Meanwhile, an increasing number of illegal aliens are entering the United States after having been previously convicted of sexual offenses,” it continues. “The cancellation of [Operation Talon] effectively broadcasts to the world that the United States is now a sanctuary jurisdiction for sexual predators. This message creates a perverse incentive for foreign sexual predators to seek to enter the United States illegally and assault more victims, both in the process of unlawful migration and after they arrive. It will also broadcast the message to other criminal aliens who have committed other offenses that any kind of robust enforcement against them is unlikely.” 

The letter begs perhaps the most important question: “If the United States will not remove even convicted sex offenders, whom will it remove?” 

There is even rumors that Hunter Biden is in someway involved in the trafficking ring.

Hunter Biden allegedly sent “thousands of dollars” to people who appear to be involved in the sex industry, according to Wednesday’s report released by Senate Republicans.

The report claims unspecified records show that Biden “has sent funds to non-resident alien women in the United States who are citizens of Russia and Ukraine and who have subsequently wired funds they have received from Hunter Biden to individuals located in Russia and Ukraine.”

“The records also note that some of these transactions are linked to what ‘appears to be an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.’ ”

The allegations are contained in a footnote to a section of the report that details potential “criminal concerns and extortion threats” involving Hunter Biden and other members of the Biden family.

The report also cites “extensive public reporting concerning Hunter Biden’s alleged involvement with prostitution services.”

“Records on file with the Committees do not directly confirm or refute these individual reports,” the report says.

“However, they do confirm that Hunter Biden sent thousands of dollars to individuals who have either: 1) been involved in transactions consistent with possible human trafficking; 2) an association with the adult entertainment industry; or 3) potential association with prostitution.”

Last year, The Post exclusively revealed that a woman who was suing Biden for paternity in Arkansas was a former stripper at a Washington, DC, club that he frequented around the time he was dating the widow of his late brother, former Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden.

In January, Arkansas Circuit Judge Holly Meyer ruled Biden was the “biological and legal father” of the baby born to Lunden Alexis Roberts in August 2018.

DNA test results showed “with near scientific certainty” that Biden sired the kid, Meyer noted.

Roberts filed her suit in May 2019, the same month that Biden married his second wife, Melissa Cohen Biden, just six days after they started dating.

Melissa gave birth to their son in March, Page Six was the first to reveal.

Biden also has three daughters, who are in their late teens and 20s, from his first marriage.

Neither Hunter Biden’s lawyer nor his dad’s campaign responded to requests for comment, although a campaign spokesman earlier accused Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), whose staffers helped prepare the report, of “diverting” attention from President Trump’s “catastrophically botched” handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

States are starting to stand up Biden’s Border policies, Iowa being one of these states.

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds received a request from the Biden administration about her willingness to house minors that are unaccompanied. As the border crisis continues to worsen, Biden is left to find solutions that are imperfect at best. The illegal immigrants are now being moved further into the country, which is a recipe for disaster.

Finally, there is someone who is willing to stand up against him and do what is right. Reynolds has laid it out for him very clearly. If Biden wants to have this problem addressed, he will need to choose someone else. She is not about to provide him with the easy out that he is desperately searching for.

Reynolds is not making this decision out of rudeness. Her reasoning is very sound. It’s not that she does not care about the children. It’s that she does not have anywhere to put them at the moment. In her mind, it is more important to help all of the Iowa residents who are in need first. She is putting America first. What a concept!

She is doubling down on this mentality in her interviews and we are happy to see it. “Reynolds told WHO radio that her priority is the health and safety of Iowans and that the state doesn’t have facilities to house migrant children for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

“This is not our problem,” Reynolds said. “This is the president’s problem. He’s the one that has opened the border, and he needs to be responsible for this and he needs to stop it.”

Iowa Department of Human Services Director Kelly Garcia passed the message along to Biden on March 31. Iowa is not open for business. Now that other states are being called upon to help, Iowa’s decision has been discussed in the news more regularly. has more about Biden’s desire to find new homes for all of these children. “Iowa Department of Human Services Director Kelly Garcia notified the Biden administration on March 31 that the state would not take unaccompanied minors.

“This is due to limited resources and administrative concerns. We have an obligation to take care of our children first and absent the resources or a clear and comprehensive plan for federal support, we were unable to accommodate the request,” the agency said in a statement. “We acknowledge this is an incredibly saddening and difficult situation.”

That’s the best any state can really do at the moment. No one has the ability to house thousands of immigrants on a whim. Biden may have convinced himself that they do but we know the real truth. To make matters more interesting, Reynolds may have made this decision as a way of showing her distaste for Biden’s behavior.

When Trump experienced issues like these during his tenure, he signed an executive order that provided governors with the ability to make rejections if they needed to. At the time, Reynolds was one of the governors who said yes. She did not want the refugees who needed help to be confused with asylum seekers. Refugees who are in need of help should never be referred to in this way.

Her reaction seems to be connected to the fact that Biden dismantled the system that Trump had in place. Governor Whitmer of Michigan is the one who is caving in and housing the children. There are Michigan Republicans who are less than pleased, though.

Per the Washington Examiner:

“I am appalled,” said Rep. Lisa McClain, a Michigan Republican. “President Biden’s open-border policies are encouraging parents to send their kids into our country alone. It is irresponsible and past time the president gets the situation at the border under control.”

“Mr. President, it was reported your administration was not going to send illegal immigrants north, you have now flip-flopped,” McClain said. “Can you assure us with the Michigan numbers rising that these unaccompanied minors don’t have COVID and that they have already been processed?”

As the problem continues to grow, the Biden administration had better find a solution quickly. They can only sweep things under the rug for so much longer….

Lets hope that this trend continues. Part of the solution is the completion of the border wall. Many states are also pushing for the completion of the wall.

A photo taken on March 30, 2021 shows a general view of an unfinished section of a border wall that former US president Donald Trump tried to build near the southern Texas border city of Roma. - The 11,000 inhabitants of the Texas border town Roma have been living with illegal immigrants for decades. Many have mixed feelings about the new arrivals: empathy and compassion on the one hand - especially since many of their family members also arrived in the United States illegally - but also concern and fear about the growing number of migrants in recent months. Sometimes 500 per night, many of them families or unaccompanied minors. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) (Photo by ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images)

Hundreds of sheriffs from dozens of states sent a letter to President Joe Biden on Wednesday pushing him to solve the ongoing crisis at the U.S. southern border.

The letter, signed by 275 sheriffs from 39 states, warns of dangerous repercussions to allowing the flow of illegal immigrants into the U.S. to continue. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) reported taking a record number of 172,331 people into custody in March for entering the country illegally.

“America’s Sheriffs are deeply troubled about the dangerous impacts your administration’s border policies are having on our citizens, legal residents and communities,” says the letter, released by the Federation for American Immigration Reform. “You must act now before our nation’s public safety resources are overwhelmed with the criminal side effects of unchecked illegal immigration, including transnational gangs, guns, dangerous drugs and human trafficking.”

“As this situation continues to evolve, more families will be exposed to the violence associated with drug trafficking and transnational gangs,” the letter continues. “More parents will suffer the loss of their children, not because they were irresponsible, but because of exposure to criminal illegal alien violence caused by the reckless and irresponsible policies of your administration.”

“In a myriad of ways, you and your administration are encouraging and sanctioning lawlessness and the victimization of the people of the United States of America, all in the name of mass illegal immigration,” it says.

The sheriffs accuse Biden and his administration of intentionally creating the crisis at the border. Law enforcement had warned Biden and his Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas when both were serving in the Obama administration what the effects of such border policies would be, yet the Biden administration persisted in crafting policies that would encourage mass illegal immigration.

“In the interests of ending the undermining of our laws and the increased risks to the safety and security of the people of the United States of America, we respectfully request that you immediately reverse course on your pro-illegal immigration policies, resume the border wall construction, and embrace the common-sense, public-safety-supporting border policies of the previous administration,” the letter says.

The Biden administration may be walking back some of its border policies. Mayorkas told Immigrations and Customs Enforcement officials last week that the Biden administration was looking at closing “gaps” in the construction of the border wall started under former President Donald Trump, according to leaked notes from the meeting.

According to the notes, the Biden administration will not be constructing any new sections of wall, but renovating and enhancing those sections of wall already built.

“The president has communicated quite clearly his decision that the emergency that triggered the devotion of DOD funds to the construction of the border wall is ended,” the notes say. “But that leaves room to make decisions as the administration, as part of the administration, in particular areas of the wall that need renovation, particular projects that need to be finished.”

Resources, “Lindsey Graham: Biden’s U.S. Is ‘Complicit’ with Child Traffickers,” By Neil Munro;, “Human Trafficking Booms Under Biden,” By Veronika Kyrylenko;, “‘Biden Should Be Ashamed’: GOP Says Border Crisis Feeding Child Sex Trafficking,” By Edwin Mora;, “Biden Cancels Trump Program That Targeted Child Sex Traffickers in the US Illegally,” By Niamh Harris;, “Iowa Standing up to Biden’s Insane Child Abuse at the Border, Refuses to Take In Biden’s Child Sex Trafficking Victims;”, “Senate report links Hunter Biden to ‘prostitution or human trafficking ring’,” By Bruce Golding;, “Child Sex Trafficking: Brutal Reality of Biden’s Border Policies Explained By Texas Officials,” By Katie Pavlich;, “Hundreds Of Sheriffs Call On Biden To Finish Trump’s Border Wall, Stop ‘Gangs, Guns, Dangerous Drugs’ Entering U.S.,” By Tim Pearce;

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