It’s about time… finally someone does a great job of explaining why President Trump’s plan is 100 times better and safer than Obama’s plan. Hopefully, whistleblower Jason Piccalo will go on TV and start screaming this to the public. I hope he gets on Hannity or Tucker Carlson to show what has happened to many children during the Obama Administration. This is important!
While everyone on the left is screaming about the illegal alien children being put into detention centers, it’s important to remember that the Obama policy of catch and release put the kids in danger by placing some into the hands of human traffickers. A Senate Report detailed the problem with releasing kids to a so-called sponsor who hadn’t been checked into at all. The policy was basically a de-facto amnesty once the kids were released because they just wouldn’t show up for their deportation hearing that could be scheduled for months away. The kids would basically disappear into whatever town they settled in.
SENATE REPORT ON CATCH AND RELEASE REVEALS HUMAN TRAFFICKING OF CENTRAL AMERICAN KIDS:
The United States government placed an unknown number of Central American migrant children into the custody of human traffickers after neglecting to run the most basic checks on these so-called “caregivers,” according to a Senate report. In the fall of 2013, tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors traveled to the U.S. southern border. At least six of those children were eventually resettled on an egg farm in Marion, Ohio, where their sponsors forced them to work 12 hours a day under threats of death. Local law enforcement uncovered the operation last year, prompting the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations to open an inquiry into the federal government’s handling of the thousands of Central American children sent on the perilous journey by themselves.
“It is intolerable that human trafficking — modern-day slavery — could occur in our own backyard,” Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio and the chairman of the subcommittee told the New York Times. “But what makes the Marion cases even more alarming is that a government agency was responsible for delivering some of the victims into the hands of their abusers.”
Doc Jason Piccolo 🇺🇸
Doc Jason Piccolo 🇺🇸
Replying to @tracybeanz and @almostjingo
In 2015 I blew the whistle on the release of alien children to criminals by @ICEgov and @HHSGov under the prior admin. I was assigned to the @DHSgov Human Smuggling Cell. I was targeted (I allege) and terminated when I blew the whistle. Some of my info below…
In 2015 I blew the whistle on the release of alien children to criminals by @ICEgov and @HHSGov under the prior admin. I was assigned to the @DHSgov Human Smuggling Cell. I was targeted (I allege) and terminated when I blew the whistle. Some of my info below… pic.twitter.com/qdLLpEI4VD
— Doc Jason Piccolo 🇺🇸 (@Doc_FLEO) May 28, 2018
The Fraudulent Parent Problem on the Border
Human Trafficking—Exploitation of Illegal Aliens
The large and persistent influx of illegal aliens contributes to an environment of vulnerability and abuse. Wherever the law fails to hold people accountable, crime will flourish. The federal government’s failure to effectively address the illegal alien dilemma creates and perpetuates an environment in which exploitation runs rampant.
It is estimated that 17,000 to 19,0001 foreign nationals are trafficked into the United States each year. Trafficking is the recruitment and possible transport of persons within or across boundaries by force, fraud, or deception for the purpose of exploiting them economically. Victims are lured with false promises of good jobs and better lives, and then forced to work under brutal and inhuman conditions. Victims of trafficking are exploited for purposes of commercial sex, including prostitution, stripping, pornography live-sex shows and other acts. However, trafficking also takes place as labor exploitation, including domestic servitude, sweatshop factories, agricultural work and more. After drug dealing, human trafficking is tied with the illegal arms industry as the second largest criminal industry in the world today, and it is the fastest growing.
Victims of Human Trafficking & Other Crimes
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Scared battered women looking around a corner
USCIS helps protect victims of human trafficking and other crimes by providing immigration relief. Human trafficking, also known as trafficking in persons, is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers lure individuals with false promises of employment and a better life.
Individuals and their families may also fall victim to many other types of crime in the United States. These crimes include: rape, murder, manslaughter, domestic violence, sexual assault, and many others.
There are two types of immigration relief we provide to victims of human trafficking and other crimes:
T Nonimmigrant Status (T Visa)
T nonimmigrant status provides immigration protection to victims of trafficking. The T Visa allows victims to remain in the United States and assist law enforcement authorities in the investigation or prosecution of human trafficking cases.
U Nonimmigrant Status (U Visa)
U nonimmigrant status provides immigration protection to crime victims who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse as a result of the crime. The U visa allows victims to remain in the United States and assist law enforcement authorities in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity.
Human Trafficking: Modern Enslavement of Immigrant Women in the United States
U.S. Placed Immigrant Children With Traffickers, Report Says
Jan. 28, 2016
Texas Democrat Mark Benavides Guilty of Six-Counts of Continuous Trafficking of Persons
By Editor April 4, 2018
Second Tallahassee man arrested for trafficking, having sex with two underage girls
May 9, 2018