Human Trafficking Bust Reveals Shocking Fed Policy: US Flying Illegal Immigrant Sex Workers Around for Free

In a recent operation dubbed “March Sadness,” law enforcement agencies have arrested 228 individuals in March, including coaches, military service members, and even a school teacher, in connection with human trafficking activities. This operation uncovered a disturbing trend: the US government is allegedly facilitating the transportation of illegal immigrant sex workers to major metropolitan areas, all at the expense of taxpayers.

This sounds exactly like what Ben Bergquam, of Real America’s Voice, reported to us:

According to Sheriff Grady Judd of Polk County, Florida, who spearheaded the operation, numerous victims of human trafficking, many of whom are Venezuelan and residing in the United States illegally, revealed a troubling pattern. They claim that upon entering the country illegally, they were provided with documentation by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), including identification and paperwork, which allows them to fly to any major metropolitan area in the United States for free, courtesy of the taxpayer.

Sheriff Judd, renowned for his uncompromising stance against crime, particularly human trafficking, emphasized the dire consequences of such policies. He highlighted the case of Andres Gil, who was apprehended in connection with trafficking illegal immigrants for sexual exploitation. Gil allegedly transported three females from New York, all of whom were in the country illegally, to engage in the sex trade. These individuals, controlled by a female human trafficker, faced threats and coercion to pay off their debts, indicating a modern form of indentured servitude.

The victims recounted a consistent narrative: they were addicted to the quick cash generated by the sex trade, but they were also trapped in a cycle of exploitation. They claimed that the federal government’s policy of providing them with free transportation facilitated their involvement in illegal activities across the country. This revelation raises serious questions about the complicity of federal agencies in perpetuating human trafficking networks.

Sheriff Judd’s efforts to combat crime have earned him recognition, including President Donald Trump’s appointment to serve on the Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Additionally, he was honored as the first recipient of the “Sandra S. Hutchens Sheriff of the Year” award by the Major County Sheriffs of America for his exemplary leadership in law enforcement.

As investigations into the March Sadness operation continue, Florida authorities are calling for a thorough review of federal immigration policies and their unintended consequences. The exploitation of vulnerable individuals for profit underscores the urgent need for comprehensive reforms to address the root causes of human trafficking and protect the rights of all individuals, regardless of their immigration status.

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