Government Involved in Child Sex Trafficking Using Tax Money
The open-border policy of the Democrats has long been suspected as a means of cross-border child trafficking, mainly from Mexico and South American countries to the United States.
Now there’s new video evidence confirming the federal government’s role in child sex trafficking and child labor.
On Tuesday (November 29), Project Veritas posted a video to Twitter showing a whistleblower working with the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) exposing the horrors that minors suffer after being placed by the HHS with a “sponsor” in America.
Tara Lee Rodas, the whistleblower who volunteered to work with HHS to place unaccompanied minors brought into the US via illegal border crossings with hosts – also called “sponsors” – living in America.
What she experienced is beyond heartbreaking.
As seen in the Project Veritas video, Rodas tells that children are literally placed to live with criminals who typically are not US citizens or permanent residents. They are simply adult illegal migrants living here and they can force the foster child into anything once he/she is at their mercy.
“The sponsor can hold up an ‘Order of Deportation’ to a child and say, ‘This is your Order of Deportation. If you do not do what I say, when I say, I’m going to call ICE on you myself.’”
Rodas, who worked with the HHS in California with the processing of unaccompanied migrant children, told Project Veritas that HSS doesn’t seem to care about the child safety and is dismissive of concerns raised over the safety of children placed with strangers.
Based on her information, Project Veritas visited various addresses and interviewed people for potentially uncovering child trafficking. They spoke to a minor girl placed with a woman who was not her real aunt but called herself such. The girl revealed that her “aunt” pimped her to men:
“She was pimping me and I didn’t like that. She would pimp me to men.”
In another video, posted on November 30 to Twitter, Project Veritas interviewed a 20-year-old guy named Frander in Florida, who admitted that he never lived with his sponsor and that he worked illegally and was forced to get a fake social security card to be able to get work.
In another case, a 15-year-old migrant girl in Texas, who was illegally brought to the country, told that she works long hours in a restaurant to pay the money she owes the cartels that brought her to the U.S. She had to drop out of school to be able to work and make money.
Project Veritas continues to work with volunteers like Rodas who step forward to expose the ongoing criminal abuse of migrant minors that are exploited in different ways by immigration cartels in complicity with the federal authorities.