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Whistleblower Testifies About Migrant Child Trafficking by Biden Admin

Whistleblower Testifies About Migrant Child Trafficking by Biden Admin

The Biden administration is facilitating the trafficking of unaccompanied children coming through the US-Mexico border that are abused in multiple ways, including sexual abuse and sold into modern-day slavery via child labor.

This and more was shared recently by a whistleblower who worked at the Health and Human Services (HHS) under Joe Biden.

Tara Lee Rodas, who worked at the HHS in 2021, testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Integrity, Security, and Enforcement on Wednesday (April 26, 2023).

She shared details of what she witnessed while volunteering at the federal government’s Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) program. She described the Biden administration as the “middleman” in a multi-billion migrant child trafficking operation. In her words:

“Whether intentional or not, it can be argued that the U.S. government has become the middleman in a large-scale, multi-billion-dollar, child trafficking operation run by bad actors seeking to profit off the lives of children.”

Rodas revealed that the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) delivers children to their sponsors in the United States. These minors are then at the mercy of the sponsors, some of whom are criminals and traffickers.

Many of these children are made to work in shabby places like slaughterhouses to pay for the money spent on their transport to the United States. They are sexually abused, and thousands are trafficked around the country, so their whereabouts are unknown. 

Rodas also revealed that a staggering number of 85000 migrant children that arrived in the country have been missing since she started witnessing the organized trafficking of minors across the southern border.

The whistleblower told the committee that when she spoke up about this horrific reality of illegal migration, the Biden administration did everything they could to silence it all. 

Democrats on the committee hearing the testimony ignored Rodas, did not ask her questions, and repeated their political script of rhetoric supporting the continuation of unaccompanied minors arriving in the country along with other illegal aliens.

While Forbes livestreamed the testimony of Rodas on YouTube, nearly all left-wing media blacked out on the hearing and ignored the story. Only conservative media highlighted it. Conservatives on Twitter and YouTube called for action over the abuse of minors. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) tweeted that people need to go to jail for it.

Sara Carter passionately condemned the authorities for allowing the kind of migrant child abuse Rodas revealed to the committee. “Are the lawmakers not listening?” She asked in her video commentary.

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  1. Frank stetson

    Dempsey, this is actually a good article in my opinion. However, you need to learn the word “allegedly,“ it would’ve been most appropriate in your first paragraph.

    That said, the word “typically“ that.HHS uses for placement of these minors with relatives I thought was supposed to be almost always. That alone is bothersome.

    The fact that there is no mandatory follow up for all uam’s is ludicrous.

    At this point, I could find no pushback from the Biden administration or HHS. Hopefully, the investigation will uncover answers and punish any wrongdoing.

    I’m pretty sure that the 85,000 is a bit high and not the uams placed outside of family. But we need to know, quickly. Children are at risk.

    Good story in my opinion.


    • Tom

      I agree totally Frank. You nailed it. I would only say that the safety and security of children no matter where they come from should be an issue we can all agree on. Children should never be a partisan issue. Master baiter Gilbertson seems more concerned with turning children’s safety and security into a partisan issue, that is very sad. Sad Sad Sad.

      • frank stetson

        But did you look it up? Heh, heh.

        You would think by now these guys would know that you and I DO KNOW how to look things up and that they look fuckin immature and stupid not to.

  2. Frank stetson

    I take back my comment on the word “allegedly.“

    The more I read about this, the worse it gets, and some time has passed since the initial alarm and been sounded by whistleblowers and workers alike.

    The numbers and types of cases may be off, but there is something terribly wrong here, especially in the area of child labor.

    Apparently, both HHS and the department of labor have dropped the respective balls, and are pointing fingers at each other, while children pay the price.

    Hopefully, the house committee will continue publicizing their investigation and we better hear from the Biden administration pretty damn soon.

    This one appears to be as bad or worse than Trump separating children from families at the border. They should’ve known better. No excuses.

    • Joe Gilbertson

      Yet another trip down the rabbit hole of Democrat propaganda. Remember all of those pictures of children in cages? Those were from the Obama era,not Trump.

      But you don’t seem to care as much about truth as you do about where your next beer is coming from…

      • Frank stetson

        Truth, that seems strange given what you just said.

        What is your engineering specialty; you seem to have gone mute after your boast. Cat got your fingers?

        This current story is about UAM’s and child trafficking, most often in the form of work. It appears to be a scandal on Biden’s watch.

        The cages were built during the Obama era for overflow, not the best, but expedient to handle surges. .

        Child separation was a standard practice during the Trump era were over 100,000 kids were forcibly separated from their parents by Trump and the Republicans. Even babies separated from mothers. A number of these children were never reunited with their families. Often they were deported separately and dropped off in their home country or somewhere. It is inhumane and a standard Republican policy and much larger than the current scandal that I must address ASAP.

        But I would NEVER measure one to the other. Both Trump’s forced separation of families policy and Biden’s unmonitored child release programs are human catastrophes.

        FYI: During the Obama era, there may be pictures of families within these cages, sometimes families do include children, but the pictures of separated children, alone, ripped from their families and locked in cages are totally Trump and the Republicans.

        Fyi; there are numerous fact checks on this. Even engineers can use them 😄

        • Frank stetson

          Sorry, more like about 10,000 separations, not 100,000. Sorry, included uam’s.

        • Joe Gilbertson

          You are confused. I can’t argue with you because you refused to do the research and are incapable of seeing anything except liberal propaganda.

          But you are not unique in this respect.

      • Tom

        Hey Joe, what engineering discipline is your engineering master’s degree in? And what college or university? Why not answer us on this! Seems like all you really are is a master baiter.

        • frank stetson

          I really don’t know that we need to know college, but since he made the statement he’s an expert on AI BECAUSE he has a Masters in Engineering seems fair game.

          Certainly can not be Civil, he seems far from that most times.

          • Joe Gilbertson

            What little expertise I have in AI is because I have studied neural networks and I have actually used various AI development applications. My engineering degree enabled that. Not all of us stop learning once we leave the university system. It also means that I have a depth of understanding far greater than yours, which appears to be limited to what you can read in popular science.

          • Frank stetson

            Thanks Joe,
            Well, that pretty much leaves out Computer, Electrical, and the “higher arts.”

            I agree, it’s what you know, not the pedigree.

            That’s why I don’t boast about mine, or my engineering specialty.

  3. frank stetson

    Joe, even with your non-specific Masters in Engineering, you seem lost.
    Hey, Mr. Dazed and Confused. I did look it up. And you got nuttin, honey.

    And the story is still about UAMs lost, some in work houses, under Biden’s watch, so your comments are still a diversion at best. But here’s your response:

    I said: here’s your facts, look em up, and you said: I refused to do your research. Well, OK lazy man, or just inferior researcher….. the general conclusion is:

    “Trump is wrong that his administration inherited a policy that would lead to the separation of thousands of families, but he’s correct that some of the cages were built under Obama.”


    “While it is true that the Obama administration built the border facilities, it was Trump’s policy that separated hundreds of children from their families.”


    “Trump’s false claim that child separations were carried out by the Obama administration has been frequently refuted.”


    And in case you are so stupid as to reply: “Photo shows “‘kids in cages’ taken in 2014 under the Obama admin,” then “This photo of detained child migrants is from 2019, not 2014.” Good try photoshop Kings.


    I know: you will say all left wing propaganda, MSM fake news, and your reports from THE EPOCH TIMES, supported by China’s Falun Gong says differently.

    BUSTED again…… he shoulda looked it up……

    • Joe Gilbertson

      If you knew I would just tell you the facts, why did you make such an effort to push the propaganda again?

  4. Frank stetson

    You are not making sense and have not put ONE fact that can be supported into the discussion.

    On the other hand, I have factually destroyed the weak, unsupported claims you have made.

  5. Frank stetson

    Dempsey, thanks for bringing this scandal to light.

    The more I read, the worse it gets. Apparently, the whistles have been blown since early in 2021. But no one listened

    The New York Times in the beginning of the year of the cover off and supposedly the Biden administration put plans in place by February of this year. We need to know the status of those plans ASAP and people need to be held to account.

    Apparently, HHS dropped the ball, in that they vetted people and then they cut the kids loose and never checked. Department of labor, which is supposed to protect children in the workplace drop the ball. And we’re not talking mom and Pop small businesses, we’re talking major corporations and factories. Both Federal organizations are pointing the finger at each other. Alarms are being raised everywhere but nobody called the White House administration.

    The numbers are staggering. There are over 250,000 unaccompanied minors in this timeframe. The house committee is touting a number of 85,000 that are at risk although I’m not sure the foundation of that number, perhaps Dempsey knows.

    I hope PBP stays on top of this scandal. Most certainly, heads should roll on this one.