By Bob Unruh
It's no secret that Joe Biden, on his first day in office, created a crisis at America's southern border by canceling the security measures installed by President Trump, the Remain in Mexico policy, the border wall construction and more.
Since then, an estimated five million illegal aliens have breached the border and come into the United States.
But the problem is bigger than that, according to Stephen Miller, who served as the architect of Trump's border strategy.
It's made Biden the operator of "the largest child smuggling operation our world has ever seen."
The remarks were revealed in Paul Bedard's Washington Secrets column at the Washington Examiner.
He pointed out that Biden's "open-borders agenda" already has moved more than "250,000 illegal migrant minors in cities around the nation."
The Examiner's report noted 257,110 migrant children have been sent to "sponsors," some of whom may be unvetted, since Biden took office.
Biden has, the column notes, "encouraged the border invasion and blown open the doors for potential child abuse.'
Miller said, "These astronomical numbers defy any historical comparison. So overwhelmingly are the prior records exceeded that there is no reference point. Biden, with the unflinching aid of 50 Senate Democrats, is running the largest child smuggling operation our world has ever seen."
He added, to Secrets, "Joe Biden’s decision to resettle all unaccompanied illegal minors from beyond Mexico in the United States, and to place them with unvetted adult sponsors, makes him and his party in Congress responsible for the largest child smuggling epidemic in human history. It has enriched virtually every major child smuggler in the hemisphere and far beyond. It has filled the ranks of MS-13. It has created a monstrous industry of vast global reach. And it has made America’s border into the world’s epicenter of labor trafficking, sex trafficking, and modern-day slavery."
The report confirmed that have been cases "of the younger migrants turning up in sex and crime rings.'
Rudy Karisch, a former senior Border Patrol agent, explained to Bedard, "Here's the problem that this administration is not even realizing — they're creating the next generation of DACA. We have not even figured out what we're going to do with the previous generation, and they're creating the next generation."
Author: Bob Unruh