Who is more compassionate? Those who encourage the smuggling and ensuant abuse and neglect of migrant children brought across the Southern border, or those who genuinely act to deter and stop it? Currently, there are too few of the latter who support actual immigration reform to stop the jobs magnet with mandatory E-verify and significantly reduce the overall numbers.
President Biden campaigned on an immigration platform swearing he would implement humane immigration policies. There is nothing humane about the number of migrant children trafficked, abused, sexually assaulted, and indentured by drug cartels. These crimes are enabled by U.S. policy and facilitated by a long list of NGOs there to "help." In fact, the situation is so bad now, the American public is refused transparency as to where so many unaccompanied children are or what has become of them after being transported surreptitiously all over the country in the dead of the night.
There is nothing humane about first aiding a situation in which children are brought across the Southern border by the cartels, then patting oneself on the back for all that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Refugee Settlement will be doing to care for their rehabilitation and recovery. (courtesy of the American taxpayer and voters who have repeatedly said they want the madness of mass immigration to end). Again, that's even assuming the children make it into the care of HHS and the government actually knows where they are.
And this seems to be the plan, right? After all, there is big money to be made by government-funded nonprofits and the legal services for all those compassionate people trying to help. While I am sure many working for these various organizations genuinely care about the children, let's make no mistake that the bigger picture of this well-oiled machine first ensures abuse of a child then rehabilitation is not likely to be offered pro-bono.
To speak of the current abomination that is Biden's border crisis in a trope such as "humanitarianism" is akin to first handing the keys to your home to a known or potential child sex offender then deciding afterwards that you will take credit for being one of those who "helped" in their recovery.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of manure.
And right now this administration is up to its neck in immigration related merde.
CHRISTY SHAW is the Member Services Manager for NumbersUSA
Updated: Fri, Jul 1st 2022 @ 9:31am EDT