Trafficking of illegal aliens and fraudulent refugees enriches the cartels and expands their influence in the US. We can safely assume that the cartels are already bribing some of our top politicians of both parties to allow this human trade to continue. Many of those smuggled will end up indentured to the cartels or voluntarily working for them, performing tasks like drug distribution/sales, money laundering, coerced sexual services, protection racketeering, etc. Human trafficking is the practice of treating humans like a commodity, just to make a profit with no real concern for their well-being.
The progressive and liberal Democrats have outsourced much of our immigration system to Mexican cartels. The cartels decide who will be allowed to come to the US and remain here, probably forever. The cartel coyotes will naturally choose people who are most willing to work with the cartels. By allowing this to happen, we are importing narco culture into the US on a massive scale. At the time this was posted, hundreds of thousands cross every month, trafficked by the cartels.
Though Univision reports that the coyote driver is being prosecuted for human trafficking, it seems more likely he is charged under Title 8 with “aiding and abetting illegal aliens”. This is “human trafficking” in concept, but Title 8 is a more specific and more appropriate law to use against traffickers of illegal aliens.
8 U.S. Code § 1324 – Bringing in and harboring certain aliens
The reason I like these Univision videos is that they generally show more detail than English-language outlets and it is more difficult for open-borders radicals to refute, if you cite Univision as your reference, in contrast to say Fox News or Newsmax.
Cartel Human Trafficking Case In Texas
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