Four years after Democrats made political hay out of migrant children being separated from their parents at the border, the Biden administration has reportedly lost track of as many as 85,000 minors.
The children were allowed to enter the country unaccompanied by parents, making them prey to cartel extortion, forced labor, abuse, and trafficking.
Office of Refugee Resettlement Director Robin Dunn Marcos was grilled by a House Oversight subcommittee on the Department of Health and Human Services’ failure to vet, monitor, and track unaccompanied migrant children – a group which has grown more than 10-fold since Joe Biden took office.
“We have to do all we can to publicize this human rights tragedy going on in our southern border,” Subcommittee Chairman Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-Wisc.) told Just the News on Monday.
“We are not using DNA tests even to say who these children are or to make sure these children are going to relatives,” he added. “They are resettling them across the United States. Even the New York Times — there are articles about many of them working probably against child labor laws. We believe a lot of these children are forced to send money back to the cartels.”
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