Jen Psaki likes to claim that Joe Biden’s border approach is “humane.”
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Not only is it not humane for Americans in the areas being flooded, it’s not humane for the unaccompanied children being trafficked across the border either.
What is not being said here in much of the reporting is how Biden’s policies are actually making the cartels and the human traffickers rich, that right now, smuggling in kids is more profitable for them to do than smuggling in dope, says Hidalgo County Sheriff J.E. Guerra. Not to mention that some of the “kids” aren’t necessarily kids, he explained. “We also have individuals that might be 21, 22, and they pass themselves off as 16, 17 years old and say, ‘Hey, we’re an unaccompanied minor.’ And they might give false name. And they might have a criminal record in their countries.”
A report that came out yesterday indicated the cartels were making over $14 million a day under Biden with all this.
“A lot of these vulnerable populations use their life savings. Some are essentially indentured servants and they’re working off this debt for a long period of time. In other cases, some of these migrants are asked to transport narcotics or some form of crime to work off a different part of their debt,” he said.
The report said, according to smuggling fee revenues estimated by the Customs and Border Patrol, traffickers made a total of $411.5 million in February taking people from Mexico and Central American countries to the US border – which amounts to an average of $14.6 million for each day in February.
The numbers are huge and Guerra says there’s no way that you get across without paying. Prices are graduated with more problematic aliens paying higher prices to get in, depending on the traffickers.
So if you don’t have the money how are you going to pay them back for getting your child into the country? That child ends up working for them in this country in businesses like prostitution, Guerra explained.
Guerra also detailed how a lot of very bad people who had been deported were now also getting their chance to try to get back into the country.
“The previous convicted felons and the pedophiles and the people that have been convicted of sexual assault that have been deported — you’ll see those coming across in droves,” Guerra predicted. “And the cartels know that, so they charge them a lot more money.”
The illegal alien influx also serves the cartels in another way. They can send migrants, families and children, in to flood an area, taking up the attention of the CBP and then smuggle in drugs and more problematic criminal illegal aliens while the agents are otherwise occupied with the bigger group of families and kids.