After an eventful, at times exciting week in the Trump administration such as the historic summit between the top leaders of the United States and North Korea, it didn’t take long for the news media and their circus ringmasters in the Democratic Party to begin another fabricated controversy. This time it was the hyperbolic illegal alien argument in which the Democrats and the news media depicted the Trump administration as behaving like Nazis separating children from their parents before shipping them to detention camps.
However, the activities being blamed on President Donald Trump began during the previous Democratic Party administration. At that time, the Obama administration quietly handed over thousands of Central American children to child sex traffickers, according to a bombshell Senate investigation.
The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services, refused to do background checks of adults who took the children, and allowed criminals and pedophiles to take custody of vulnerable minors, according to a 56-page investigative report released in 2016 but ignored by the Obama news media lapdogs, according to intelligence maven Dr. Lyle Rapacki in a report submitted to the National Association of Chiefs of Police this week.
According to Dr. Rapacki, the CEO of Sentinel Intelligence Services, LLC, once the children were released from federally-funded shelters, the ORR allowed their adult sponsors to stop social workers from providing the kids with post-release services.
In response, U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, an investigation into the suspected child abuse and exploitation following a discovery that several Guatemalan teens were found in a broken-down trailer park outside of Marion, Ohio.
According to Dr. Rapacki’s report, the children were being held prisoners by illegal alien traffickers and most of them were forced to work at a local egg farm. The boys were among more than 125,000 unaccompanied minors who had surged into the United States during President Barack Obama’s unconstitutional program beginning in 2011. These were allegedly refugees escaping from the civil unrest and poverty in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
“It is intolerable that human trafficking — modern-day slavery — could occur in our own backyard,” Portman said in a written statement. “What makes the Marion cases even more alarming is that a U.S. government agency was responsible for delivering some of the victims into the hands of their abusers,” he noted.
Dr. Rapacki’s report revealed that President Obama and his administration “policies and procedures were inadequate to protect the children in the agency’s care.”
HHS press secretary Mark Weber said in yet another statement that the agency would “review the committee’s findings carefully and continue to work to ensure the best care for the children we serve.”
The report was released ahead of a hearing Thursday before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, which Portman co-chairs with Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.).
The report clearly described almost 30 cases where unaccompanied youngsters had been trafficked after federal officials released them to sponsors or where there were “serious trafficking indicators.”
“HHS places children with individuals about whom it knows relatively little and without verifying the limited information provided by sponsors about their alleged relationship with the child,” the report said.
Human trafficking is one of the most despicable crimes that one person can commit against another, and it is sadly way too common. The FBI says that it is the third biggest criminal activity. Anyone can become a victim of human trafficking, which is modern day slavery, and according to the United Nations, about 20 percent of victims are children. It’s also a global problem and countries in every region of the world are affected by it; this includes first world countries.