Whistleblower Exposes Government Involvement in Child Trafficking – Watch

A whistleblower is set to expose the government’s involvement in a child trafficking operation. The whistleblower, who has asked to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation, claims that the government is aware of the trafficking operation and is doing nothing to stop it.

The whistleblower has provided evidence to support their claims, including documents and recordings. The evidence reportedly shows that the government is aware of the trafficking operation and is providing cover for it.

An anonymous source will testify during the House Judiciary subcommittee hearing, “The Biden Border Crisis: Exploitation of Unaccompanied Alien Children,” alleging the Democrat-led administration is operating as the “middle man” for their child sex empire.

Tara Lee Rodas, a whistleblower who formerly worked in the inspector general’s office at the Department of Health and Human Services, alleges that the U.S. is putting children in grave danger who will be sold for sex after entering the country illegally.

“Whether intentional or not, it can be argued that the U.S. Government has become the middleman in a large scale, multi-billion-dollar child trafficking operation run by bad actors seeking to profit off the lives of children,” Rodas said. “Today, children will work overnight shifts at slaughterhouses, factories, and restaurants to pay their debts to smugglers and traffickers. Today, children will be sold for sex.”

The whistleblower is set to go public with their claims in the coming days. They are hoping that by exposing the government’s involvement in the trafficking operation, they will be able to bring it to an end and save the lives of the children who are being trafficked.

Children are “carelessly funneled through the custody of U.S. government agencies and contractors, and handed off to very lightly vetted sponsors (who are usually also here illegally) in our communities without regard to their safety and well-being,” Jessica Vaughn, director of Policy Studies at the Center for Immigration Studies said. 

She said she had warned the HHS several times of the ongoing dangerous situation. However, she was demoted and sued. Vaughn later settled her case and resigned from her position.