Joe Biden is running a human trafficking operation



Joe Biden is intentionally keeping open the US Southern border to illegal aliens, human smuggling and drug cartels. It is taking a significant toll and neither he nor that execrable piece of garbage Alejandro Mayorkas give a rat’s butt.

An 18 year old human trafficker transporting 6 illegals and fleeing from police blew through a stop sign and smashed into a car carrying two women- a 59 year old mother and her 22 year old daughter. Both were killed on impact.

Fox News was the ONLY major news outlet to cover this

In October one of Biden’s gifts to Florida murdered the man who offered him shelter

In an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity,” DeSantis highlighted the shocking case of Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, who authorities say pretended to be 17 to get into the US and is charged with murdering the Jacksonville man (Francisco Cuellar) who took him in.

Ulloa was flown into Jacksonville on one of Biden’s Midnight Express flights. He posed as a 17-year-old when he entered the country illegally. Ulloa turned 24 not long ago.

Again, only Fox News covered this.

Joe Biden did not call the families of the dead. Joe Biden has not once mentioned them.

President Oblivious doesn’t care. Mayorkas doesn’t care. All they have done is cripple border law enforcement.

Human traffickers are openly operating on US soil.

Criminal cartels that are trafficking families, women, children and single adults over the southern border earned as much as $14 million a day in February, according to a report on Monday.
“Trafficking is a multibillion-dollar industry,” former Tucson Border Patrol Chief Roy Villareal, who retired in December after 30 years with the agency told Fox News.
“A lot of these vulnerable populations use their life savings. Some are essentially indentured servants and they’re working off this debt for a long period of time. In other cases, some of these migrants are asked to transport narcotics or some form of crime to work off a different part of their debt,” he said.

Completely unwilling to stop it, Joe Biden and Alejandro Mayorkas are participants in human trafficking at the Southern border. The cost is not only in dollars, but in human life.

And neither cares.


Gov. Ron DeSantis does care. He has plans to send all the illegals that Biden dumped into Florida to Delaware.

I can think of nothing better.

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“President Oblivious doesn’t care. Mayorkas doesn’t care. All they have done is cripple border law enforcement.” By the way, what ever happened to those racist, cruel, whipping mounted Border Patrol that idiot Biden was going to investigate and punish? Have they all be executed yet or was this yet another great big leftist lie that they just hope goes away? Do liberals wear special glasses that prevents them from seeing the lies they are constantly fed? It’s not like they are difficult to detect.

Imagine the outrage directed at DeSantis if one of the illegal immigrants he redistributes commits a crime.

Especially in Delaware

They should be re-located to DC or better yet the northern VA suburbs. Will those property values continue to skyrocket then? How about some infrastructure spending in northern VA. Like some section 8 housing in Arlington. Finally a government spending program I can get behind!

If only we had a President who secured the borders and protected the innocent immigrants and American citizens alike?

Trump 2024. Biden continues to prove that Trump was right, about everything.

The US Army, for years, had developed scenarios for the invasion of America via the mexican border. WOW! the US army does not have to worry about an invasion, the asshole, demented, moronic pedophile pres. is allowing the invasion to occur under illegal immigration.

Psaki Can’t Even Name Biden’s Biggest Achievement in Foreign Policy

Definite under achiever

The “Open Border” policies of this Admin and its masters is allowing criminals from all over the world, access to American citizens and enabling the flood of drugs into the Nation that is destroying people in every city.

The criminality of this Admin is beyond anything America has witnessed in its history.

America is rapidly becoming aware that these Dem lunatics have to be thrown out of National, State and local politics.

All part of the North American Union erase the Borders and make us all into one whole Nation the North American(Soviet)Union with the UN in charge

Slut hillary ran and still runs a human trafficking operation for good looking young girls and young boys. federal agencies have know about it for years and done nothing.

Ken Cuccinelli, Senior Fellow


The ongoing illegal immigration crisis has exploded into a full-blown national security and humanitarian disaster, with current activity representing unprecedented levels of illegal migration, human trafficking, and drug smuggling. The Biden administration’s recent reprimand against Customs and Border Protection (CBP) horse agents, falsely smearing them to appease the open-borders wing of their political base, has only escalated the crisis.

It is clear that the Biden administration has no interest in pursuing the federal policies necessary to secure the southern border. Therefore, given the federal government’s dereliction of duty, it is now incumbent on governors and states to fill the void and do what federal officials and lawmakers refuse to do: end the invasion at the U.S. southern border and restore both order and sovereignty.

The Constitutional Basis for State Action to Counter Washington’s Dereliction of Duty

The Constitution provides a firm foundation for states to act decisively in the absence of the federal government. First, the Biden Administration has neglected its duties under Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution to protect the United States, her citizens and communities being ravaged by this invasion of crime, drugs and humanitarian crisis. Indeed, one can argue that the actions of the administration are effectively facilitating the abrogation of its own obligations.

Known as the guarantee clause, Article IV, Section 4 of the Constitution states, “The United

States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them from Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence.

Therefore, governors, attorneys general, and state legislatures must take emergency measures–beyond the scope of what has been attempted to this point–to follow through on the primary function of government: protecting its citizens.

The Constitution provides states an appropriate “self-help” remedy under Article I, Section 10, Clause 3, which stipulates that, “No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, lay any Duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit delay.”

There can be no disputing that the influx of well over 1.3 million illegal immigrants this calendar year alone and thousands of pounds of fentanyl and other deadly narcotics, facilitated by the widespread human trafficking efforts of violent international drug cartels, constitutes an invasion of the southern border of the United States.

These cartels effectively have operational control over vast swaths of the southern border. 

Data provided by CBP in March 2021 estimated that cartels and human trafficking organizations are earning nearly $14 million a day moving people illegally across the southern border. These violent international cartels are raking in billions of dollars every year off the pain, suffering, and abuse of migrants. 

Furthermore, most illegal drugs and narcotics enter the United States through the southern border, a finding outlined in a threat assessment dossier released by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in March of this year. The DEA report also outlines that fentanyl, a deadly narcotic that is smuggled into the U.S. by violent international drug cartels, is primarily responsible for fueling the ongoing opioid epidemic that killed nearly 37,000 Americans in 2019 and a horrific 57,550 people in 2020.

Governors and state legislators have a duty to their constituents, fellow citizens, neighbors, and families that undergirds the oath they take to uphold both the United States Constitution and their respective state constitutions. Yes, protection of our nation’s borders constitutionally and even statutorily largely falls under the purview of our federal government. But our federal government is not just sitting idle as states and communities suffer, it is willfully refusing to enact the very policies and execute the very laws that can bring the crisis to an end. 

The reality is that if the federal government refuses to faithfully execute its own laws, then the states have no recourse but to interpose themselves between the federal government and the people they have sworn to protect in order to achieve deterrence and the removal of illegal aliens.

A partial list of the federal policy failings and actions include:

On his very first day in office, President Biden signed an executive order that ended the emergency declaration on the border and halted construction of the border wall.

The administration’s reimplementation of “catch-and-release” through Executive Order 14010, which releases illegal immigrants into American communities while they await their immigration court hearing.

The administration’s neglect in enforcing a court order to restore the MPP, better known as the Remain in Mexico policy, whereby illegal immigrants are returned to Mexico to await the adjudication of their status and asylum claims. 

The administration’s refusal to fully utilize Title 42 public health protocols to deport illegal immigrants due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The administration’s freeze of the “safe third country” asylum rule which required potential asylum-seekers to first seek asylum in safe nations along their journey as a means of mitigating pressure on the border and deterring false asylum claims.

In light of these federal failings, the Texas legislature passed nearly $3 billion in emergency state funding in a special legislative session to restore order at the border. Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) announced that the allocated funding will be used for additional personnel, logistical costs to surge resources to the border, and hundreds of millions of dollars for barrier creation in lieu of the administration’s refusal to complete the border wall.

These actions are necessary, but far from sufficient to end an invasion of well over 1.3 million illegal immigrants who have been apprehended in the first eight months of the Biden administration’s tenure.

Ending the Border Crisis: A Three-Pronged Strategy to Secure the Border

The states have no choice but to lead. This begins with a declaration of invasion by Texas and other border states, invoking what are in essence state war powers under Article I, Section 10, Clause 3 of the U.S. Constitution.

Aggressive policy action, without hesitation, must then follow. State leaders should hold the same regard for the approval and permission of federal officials that those same federal officials hold for the rule of law they have abandoned.

Below is a three-pronged state-based approach that will bring an end to the invasion at the southern border and force the federal government’s hand at executing the laws they have been tasked with enforcing.

More here: Policy Brief: How States Can Secure the Border | The Center for Renewing America (