We can DO THIS! 

If you want to STOP FUNDING government sponsored child-trafficking, please DO THIS NOW. The HHS must respond to all comments before passing the Unaccompanied Minors Program into law.  Let’s FLOOD them with comments.

From UncoverDC and Defend the Children:

2023-21168 (the number of the regulation) does not have the following words listed in the document. Transnational; Watchlist. This is evidence that HHS has not consulted with DOJ, DHS, Treasury Dept, State Dept. DoL, nor any Executive Branch office that operates within the transnational organized crime program. HHS has no ability to identify traffickers, gang members, cartel members. Due to this, children within the HHS UC Program will continue to be trafficked and Congress will have no oversight, therefore, the American citizen will continue to fund government-sponsored child trafficking.”

“Whistleblowers who exposed migrant child trafficking at the border through the Unaccompanied Minors program are calling upon citizens to make comments that will prevent the program from being codified into law. The deadline for comments is December 4. There is a launch page with 94 comments that concerned citizens can copy and paste for consideration. They are required to respond to every comment before approving the program.

The program involves the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR). Several hearings have taken place since the first whistleblower came out in 2020 regarding improperly vetted sponsors, which is enabling human traffickers to gain custody of migrant children at the border. The most recent hearing was in April, in which the director of ORR, Robin Dunn Marcos, refused to answer any questions regarding the 85,000 children the agency lost contact with.”

“The House Oversight hearing from April contained some more revealing information about this program. Representative Jake LaTurner of Kansas said:

Since President Biden has been in office, there have been over 4.8 million migrant encounters at the Southwest border, not including the roughly 1.3 million gotaways who evaded law enforcement completely and entered our country undetected. This unprecedented national security and humanitarian crisis has overwhelmed federal officials and endangered the well-being of unaccompanied and migrant children as a result.

The press release from the hearing states that DHS referred about 129,000 unaccompanied alien children to HHS in the fiscal year 2022 compared to only 15,000 in the fiscal year 2020. Whistleblower Arellano stated that each field office contains about 300-400 escorts, and each one is moving thousands of kids each week.

Concerned citizens have until December 4 to give their comments regarding the program. The DHS whistleblowers are encouraging people to submit multiple comments, even as many as 94. Several pre-written comments can be copied and pasted in an attempt to jam up the system. Hearings in the House of Representatives and knowledge of human trafficking occurring with the use of U.S. taxpayer dollars have not been enough for action to be taken. The only action being taken currently is to codify this program into law, which will only make it harder to overturn in the future. Visit this site to find comments you can contribute in an attempt to stop this disastrous program from being codified into law.”