If the open borders radicals hold the Border Patrol/CBP responsible for holding illegal border crosses in “cages”, why should not Biden be held responsible for the crimes committed by the cartels who smuggle them across them border, since it was Biden’s policies that led to the current border crisis? Open borders advocates hypocritically claim that they are motivated by humanitarian reasons, as Kamala Harris says in the video.
It does not seem like much of a stretch to say the crimes being promoted and aggravated by the policies of Biden / Harris are crimes against humanity. It is systematic criminal action against a class of people being done to advance a “progressive” political agenda.
Bitchute Video: Biden/Harris Complicit In Horrible Mass Crimes At the Border
Kamala Harris went to Guatemala to investigate the root causes, but DHS has done hundreds of thousands of interviews already with people who come seeking asylum. They should know why they come already.
The truth is the root cause of those coming to the border to cross illegally is that their homeland is poor and lacking in opportunity and Biden is offering rewards to entice them to come, quick release into the U.S. social benefits, better paying jobs, etc. Progressives believe, no doubt correctly, that illegal immigration will result in more progressive voters in the long run. So, they are promoting organized crime, death and suffering just to further their political agenda of progressive transformation (destruction) of America.
This is another previously posted video about a kidnapping of illegal border crossers. They were probably kidnapped and held for ransom, because they had not paid the local cartel for crossing. These and other kinds of crimes are commonplace in this huge industry for trafficking illegal immigrants to the US.
Bitchute Video: Cartel Kidnap-Torture Video Of Illegal Border Crossers
This is a translation of an article about the 206 would be illegal immigrants that were rescued in Juarez from the cartel, mentioned in the first video. They paid $12K to come to Juarez and be crammed together in a tiny space like chickens in a coop, waiting to cross.
206 Overcrowded Migrants Rescued – El Diario de Juarez
(They were found in inhumane conditions.)
Ciudad Juárez— “Hector” left Guatemala with the hope of finding a better life for himself and his family in the United States, but he never imagined that the network of human traffickers that he contacted to achieve the so-called “American dream” would make him live Hell on this border.
For a month Hector, whose name was changed for security reasons, lived with up to 206 people in a small wooden room measuring 5×5 square meters, where he only ate four tortillas a day, he was frequently threatened not to speak and when he was lucky. He could sleep on his knees.
Hector is one of the more than 200 migrants from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Brazil and Mexico (Zacatecas and Veracruz), who were rescued yesterday in a room and a house in the Felipe Angeles Expansion and Border Expansion colonies. Juarez City.
“Yes they fed us, but they didn’t bring us a plate, they fed us two tortillas at around 2 in the afternoon and they brought us two more at around 9:00 at night. They sold us the water, one of those bottles they charged us at 20 pesos, ‘said the 32-year-old Central American, pointing to an empty 500-milliliter plastic bottle.
He lived in Guatemala with his parents, where he assured that there is no work, so he decided to travel to the United States to send them money. The coyote that he hired would charge him 95 thousand quetzals (242 thousand 772.48 Mexican pesos — about $12,000) , he only got 30 thousand (76 thousand 664.99 pesos — about $3,800 ) and the rest would be given to him when he arrived in the neighboring country.
‘But I never imagined what I was going to live here, if they told you what you were going to suffer, you would not leave your country,’ confessed the Central American who after traveling for 15 days from Guatemala to Ciudad Juárez, remained 30 more days on this border, where the temperature reached 38 degrees Celsius. (100F) yesterday.
‘We were all piled up, like chickens,’ said another of the migrants rescued yesterday in the Colonia Ampliacion Felipe Angeles.
With crystalline eyes when narrating what he had lived during the last month of his life, in the presence of elements of the different authorities and with the uncertainty of not knowing what would happen to them, Hector affirmed what his companion said. .
‘Yes (they were like chickens), when it was full we slept one standing after another, but people came in and out, and when they took people we could sleep on our knees … then they kept putting more and more and we no longer fit,’ he recalled.
Among the 206 people who were rescued yesterday by elements of the Municipal Public Security Secretariat (SSPM), thanks to a call to the 911 Emergency number, there were 11 minors and 12 women, including two pregnant women, who came to Fainting due to high temperatures and lack of water and food, he said.
According to Hector’s narration, the coyotes never went to the place where the small wooden room was located, they only sent a manager to bring them food and sell them water, who also threatened them not to speak and be discovered by The neighbors with the noise, so they could not go out at any time of the day to the patio of the place.
They had to pay to return
Hector wanted to return to his country, but could not because for this he had to pay the coyotes 35 thousand pesos, 20 thousand pesos ($1,000) for their payment and 15 thousand pesos ($750) more for the transfer, in addition to expressing their interest in returning they had to pay for their food in the room they stayed in.
‘One comes to be able to gather to buy a little piece of land … in Guatemala it is not enough and we have to pay rent, it is not enough, there is hardly enough for food,’ said 28-year-old Juan Cruz Velázquez with a broken voice, who left In his country to his wife and four children with the promise of coming to the United States to give them a better life.
Jesus Alberto and Juan Tomas traveled from Nicaragua to Ciudad Juarez because Juan Tomas’s mother is ill and Jesus Alberto was left without a job.
‘We came without money … there is no work and we thought about coming to work,’ said Jesus Alberto as his eyes turned red and tears rolled down his face when he saw his dream of reaching the United States frustrated.
When rescuing them, elements of the Municipal Public Security Secretariat (SSPM) distributed water and energy drinks, pens, face masks and antibacterial gel.
Two paramedics from Municipal Rescue checked the two pregnant women and the minors, among whom they only found havoc due to the lack of food and hydration.
‘There are 206 people in an inhuman condition,’ lamented the head of the SSPM, Raul Avila, who stressed that the Inter-institutional Operations Bases work to stop human trafficking in Ciudad Juarez, made up of the Ministry of National Defense (Sedena), National Guard (GN), the State Security Commission, the Attorney General’s Office (FGE), the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) and the Municipal Police.
Of the 206 people insured, 12 were transferred to the municipal gym ‘Kiki’ Romero, two Mexican and 10 with documentation to stay in Mexico, the rest stayed at the National Migration Institute (INM), where they refused to provide further information on The final destination of migrants.
The second migrant check-in was carried out in a home in the Ampliacion Fronteriza neighborhood, also thanks to a 911 call.
“This begins with a report of firearms discharge, the Interinstitutional Operational Bases and the corporations that make up, we arrived at the place looking for the people who made these detonations and a male was located, by direct pointing, and goes into a home where there are 58 people who are rescued in a humanitarian way, “he said.
Later it was learned that there were 66 undocumented people located in the second group. They came from Honduras, Guatemala and Ecuador, but this time the INM staff never came, so in the absence of a response from the federal immigration authority responsible for the care of migrants, they were transferred aboard a transport truck. public and from an SSPM patrol to “Kiki” Romero, where, like the first group that arrived at those facilities, they were received by representatives of the National Human Rights Commission.
“This criminal phenomenon hurts the human conditions of the people, they are in deplorable conditions, crowded in very small spaces, dehydrating due to the temperatures of the city; in conditions that really hurt, “said Avila.
There are 5 detainees
Five more people who were in charge of caring for the migrants and giving them food were arrested at the site; the persons were identified as: Juan Manuel C. M., 57 years old; Lucia M. T. de 45; Yuliana Sarahi V. R. from 20; Alondra Magali C. M., 24, and a teenager, who was made available to the Civic Judge, the statement added.