Since Joe Biden’s inauguration, nearly 19,000 unaccompanied children entered U.S. custody along the southern border in March, an all-time monthly high that has forced the Biden administration to house migrant teenagers in convention centers, camps for oil workers, and a military base, according to preliminary government data provided to CBS News.
Is this the “compassionate” party we heard so much about when basement Joe was running for office against President Trump, who did more to stop the flow of human trafficking into America than any US President in modern history?
Democrats, like Joe Biden and the people (Barack Obama?) or groups of people (George Soros’ Open Border Society?) working behind the scenes, directing him and his regime to allow the invasion of illegal aliens from South and Central America Mexico, must be held accountable for their crimes against humanity in exchange for votes.
A new video has emerged on Facebook that shows the heartbreaking reality of how innocent children’s lives are being destroyed by human smugglers and/or child traffickers on our southern border.
On April 3, an off-duty US border agent was driving on a remote road in Texas when he noticed a little boy walking by the side of the road by himself. The border agent, who was curious about the boy, pulled over to inquire about what he was doing by himself. When he pulled over, the young boy immediately approached his vehicle and asked for help. began sobbing and begging for help.
When the border agent asks the boy what happened and if he was traveling with his parents, the sobbing boy tells him that he was not with his parents, but instead, he was left by a group of people to fend for himself. The border agent asked, “You do not know where they are at? They left you alone?’ The frightened boy explained, “At the end they abandoned me. I have come here to ask you for help.”
Univision reported that the child, whose age and nationality have not been made public by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, spent the entire night trekking through the Rio Grande Valley region after his unlawful entry into the country.
The boy is one of hundreds of unaccompanied children crossing the border each day.
Watch the incredible exchange here:
Here’s the original version of the video with commentary from a woman who explains how a border agent found the little boy wandering by the side of the road in Texas:
In July 2020, the trailer for the heartbreaking movie, “Sound of Freedom” was released (see below). “Sound of Freedom” is the true story of a child rescue mission that depicts the real-life fight against global child trafficking.
From the DOJ website: International Sex Trafficking of Minors
One form of sex trafficking involves the cross-border transportation of children. In these situations, traffickers recruit and transfer children across international borders in order to sexually exploit them in another country. The traffickers can be individuals working alone, organized crime groups, enterprises, or networks of criminals working together to traffic children into prostitution across country lines.
This form of sex trafficking is a problem in the United States, and recovered victims originate from all over the world, including less-developed areas, such as South and Southeast Asia, Central America, and South America, to more developed areas, such as Western Europe. Once in the United States, a child may be trafficked to any or multiple states within the country. These victims are often trafficked far from home, and thrown into unfamiliar locations and culture. They may be given a false passport or other documentation to conceal their age and true identity. They may also struggle with the English language. All these factors make it extremely difficult for these children to come forward to law enforcement.
In addition, many foreign victims originate from nations that suffer from poverty, turbulent politics and unstable economics. Children from these countries are seen as easy targets by traffickers because they face problems of illiteracy, limited employment opportunities, and bleak financial circumstances in their home country. It is not uncommon for a foreign victim to be coerced by a trafficker under false pretenses. The child is told that a better life or job opportunity awaits them in the United States. However, once in the United States they are introduced into a life of prostitution controlled by traffickers.