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President Biden has called on Congress to authorize millions of dollars from American taxpayers to help stop the flow of migrant children being trafficked through a labor pipeline. This started while he was in office because federal immigration laws were not being enforced properly.

$100 million to support the Department of Labor’s investigation into child labor, namely a labor trafficking network involving Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) that has grown to be a significant problem for the administration, is tucked away in Biden’s budget proposal to Congress.

The request for funding is the Biden administration’s way of admitting that the UAC labor trafficking pipeline needs millions of dollars more in funds to stop the network of traffickers and smugglers

By chance, the UAC labor trafficking route has grown while Biden has been in office.

The House of Representatives has been asking top officials at the Department of HHS for months why more than tens of thousands of migrant children haven’t been heard from since the federal government placed the children with adult sponsors across the U.S. Most of these adults are not necessarily their biological relatives.

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) has asked the DHS many times about the tens of thousands of UACs that the government has lost touch with after they were placed with adult supporters.

Blackburn still doesn’t know what’s going on.

A shocking report from the Labor Department showed that the number of children found working in the U.S. has gone up by 44 percent from October 2022 to July of this year.

United American Children (UACs) are often forced to work by adults who support them. The Labor Department says it is working with Mexico and other Central American countries to “educate migrant communities” about U.S. child labor rules.

In August, the Labor Department’s Inspector General (IG) said they would be looking into how the agency dealt with UACs who were being sold for work after they were let into the U.S.

In the years since Biden took office, over 300,000 UACs have been paired with adult sponsors across the country. However, migrant children are being trafficked for labor, sex, or domestic labor because HHS is not adequately screening those sponsors.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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