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Rep. Jim Banks (R-Indiana) recently questioned Xavier Becerra, Biden’s secretary of health and human services, about the fact that NGOs are profiting immensely from human trafficking, particularly the smuggling of children, as a result of the administration’s open border policy.

“Illegal people traffickers generate billions in profits, and Joe Biden is paying their NGO collaborators billions of your tax cash every year,” Banks said in a statement to Blaze News. The Biden border crisis is a complex scam. The American people lose out while Mexican drug lords and Democratic activists enrich themselves at the expense of youngsters in other countries.

“I find that repulsive; it makes me sick.”

Banks questioned Becerra on the department’s policy on border-crossing unaccompanied children at Wednesday’s hearing before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

In her statement to Becerra, Banks informed the secretary that, under Biden’s and your administration, an estimated 481,535 minors had crossed the southern boundary. “According to the New York Times, your agency has reported losing touch with 85,000 children.” Unfortunately, that data is from more than a year ago, so it is safe to assume that it has increased since then.”

During his remarks to Becerra, Banks cited a New York Times article from last year that drew on the evidence of former HHS whistleblower Tara Lee Rodas. Rodas claimed that the department had “lost immediate contact with” hundreds of thousands of children brought to the nation illegally as unaccompanied immigrants.

“Smugglers have allegedly sold migrants into conditions of forced labor or prostitution — types of human trafficking — in order to recover their costs,” Banks wrote, citing the Congressional Research Service’s estimate that 75 to 80% of unaccompanied minors are now traveling with smugglers. According to the Coalition Against Trafficking and Women, “Children trafficking and child pornography make up 60% of the unaccompanied children exploited by cartels.”

The question that Banks wanted Becerra to answer concerned the policies of the Biden administration regarding the repatriation of unaccompanied youngsters to their relatives abroad or their placement with so-called sponsors in the US.

The government is adhering to the existing laws surrounding asylum petitions, according to Becerra.

Allow me to pose this question in a different manner. What would happen if a fifteen-year-old girl crossed the border from, say, Guatemala? Would we deport her to her family there or retain her in the US? Monetary institutions faced questions.

“By law, we would have to provide her a hearing if she asked for one,” Becerra said in response.

Banks persisted in questioning the HHS secretary regarding the number of unaccompanied youngsters reunited with their families under the Biden administration.

“That is not something I am familiar with,” Becerra said. “I will not guess, but I can tell you that the Department of Homeland Security is the place to go for such information.”

We are both aware that the correct response is zero. “You have no children left behind when you return to your native country,” Banks said.

The government must “follow what the law states,” Becerra said, adding that this includes providing an adjudication of an asylum claimant.

The administration’s open border policy, according to a new Free Press article, is generating enormous revenues for non-governmental organizations (NGOs), especially from the trade of unaccompanied youngsters.

Worldwide Refugee Assistance, Southwest Key Programs, and Endeavors, Inc. are three well-known non-governmental organizations (NGOs) whose total income has grown significantly over the past several years. In 2022, the three groups got $2 billion, but in 2019, they only got $597 million. Annual salaries for the CEOs of the NGOs exceed half a million dollars.

Unaccompanied kids have access to programs like pet therapy, music therapy, “people-plant interaction” (also known as “horticulture therapy”), and more thanks to major federal subsidies awarded to NGOs.

Banks pressed Becerra for an explanation of the government’s large spending on non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

“Democrats are making a fortune off of it,” Banks stated, accusing the Secretary of State and his boss of being involved for financial gain.

“Her compensation increased by $520,000 in three years; she is the CEO of Global Refuge, an NGO to which you donate substantial funds. According to Banks, the previous head of an NGO named Southwest Key Programs earned 3.5 million dollars. The new chief executive officer earns one million dollars. The CEO of Endeavors, who had previously worked as an advisor in Obama’s administration, earned $600,000 that year. A former official from Biden’s transition team who assisted you in screening political appointees was instrumental in Endeavor’s acquisition of a $520 billion, no-bid concession. Now you want us to hand up $9.3 billion to fund even more non-governmental organizations (NGOs), which are raking in hundreds of millions of dollars. All this money will go toward enriching your Democratic pals and contributors.”

While speaking with Becerra, Banks expressed her disgust and vowed to do all in her power to oppose the matter.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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