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Biden’s DHS Pulling Agents Off Child Trafficking Cases

via MSNBC

Border patrol agents are being pulled from important cases such as drug trafficking and child exploitation in order to make sandwiches for illegal immigrants crossing the border, according to a border patrol agent who brought the issue to the attention of Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO).

“Are there HSI special agents who are currently at the border having them pulled away from other cases?” Hawley asked.

U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas did not deny the claim when questioned by Hawley, instead diverting the answer.

The senator accused Mayorkas of being deceptive and pressed for a direct response.

“That’s not what the special agent is alleging,” Hawley said.

“She said that they are being taken off of fentanyl [addiction], off of child exploitation cases, off of their other investigations into criminals to make sandwiches. That’s her quote. You are saying that this is a lie, that she’s wrong?”

Mayorkas avoided giving a definitive answer but praised the work of his agents.

Hawley expressed disgust and criticized the Biden administration for prioritizing the comfort of illegal immigrants over the security of the nation.

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