Is HHS and DHS accomplices in Human Smuggling and Sex Trafficking on The Ruthie Report

Is HHS and DHS accomplices in Human Smuggling and Sex Trafficking on The Ruthie Report

Please join Ruthie Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 10 pm EST, 9 pm CST, 8 pm MST or 7 pm PST

with GUEST: Attorney Lauren Martel and Vivian Aldana Witness to Missing Walter.

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As we know many children entering our Country under the cloak of asylum or with this Administrations

blessing are placed thru a variety of sources with individuals who may or may not be who they say they are.

We have heard from our Friend and Fellow Patriot Rusty Fleming how gangs are bringing in their members posing as uncles, brothers etc. We have read how children placed have simply vanished.

What is not disclosed however - are that these placements are putting this children in danger and many are missing…. a inconvenient truth that the progressive left, the pro illegal and pro invasion folks refuse to discuss.

Where are these children - HHS and DHS is flying them around the Country, willfully unprepared to screen the children themselves much less the individuals they are being placed with - and we are paying for it in transportation, social services, the continued lawlessness of the illegal immigration/asylum games and possibly by finishing the tail end of the human smuggling/sex trafficking trip.

At least 10,000 kids unaccounted for

Please join Ruthie with Guests: Lauren Martel and Vivian Aldana to discuss a missing boy, the pending lawsuit to stop the refugee flood and more.

‘Missing child W’ spotlights ‘outrageous’ Obama scam

Feds lose ‘more than 10,000’ children in secretive, cash-rich operation

A government release form showing then 10-year-old Walter Alexander

A 12-year-old Honduran boy seeking asylum in the United States has been “lost” in the system, illustrating what immigration experts say is a widespread problem of the government failing to keep track of the large number of vulnerable children flooding across the border.

The case of missing child “W” has been brought to light in a lawsuit filed in federal district court in Columbia, South Carolina, that names Gov. Nikki Haley, the S.C. Department of Social Services, Lutheran Services and World Relief among the defendants. World Relief is a division of the National Association of Evangelicals and, like the Lutherans and Catholics, is heavily involved in the resettlement of refugees and asylum seekers, getting paid handsomely to perform one of the government’s most secretive operations under the guise of humanitarianism, the suit claims.

The suit was filed by Brian Bilbro, a husband, father and taxpayer who lives near Columbia. It seeks to shut down refugee resettlement in South Carolina on the grounds that it amounts to executive overreach by the state and federal governments, which are secretly placing refugees and asylum seekers into local communities – often without vetting those responsible for their care. It also claims South Carolina’s freedom of information laws are being violated by nonprofits doing the government’s work.

But the bombshell revelation is the tragic story of Walter Alexander, aka Ordonez Campos, also known as “missing child W.”

The federal government has been “rubber stamping” the asylum applications of tens of thousands of child migrants like Walter since 2014, says Lauren Martel, the attorney representing Bilbro in the case. Their asylum applications are rushed through the system without taking time to ensure the children’s safety.

In April 2015 a then-10-year-old Walter was placed in a home in Bluffton, South Carolina. He was, according to paperwork obtained by WND, reunited with Nidia Campos-Torrez, who claimed to be his mother.

He’s 12 now, but nobody knows where he, or his alleged mother, have gone.

At least 10,000 kids unaccounted for

The Senate investigation found that 13 percent of the arriving unaccompanied minors were turned over to someone other than a family member.

“They do not routinely do background checks or determine that the person claiming them is capable, responsible, law-abiding or even financially able,” Jessica Vaughan said. “There are more than 10,000 kids who are here now without family members, and most of them are unaccounted for. Some are turning up in the criminal justice system after having been allowed to join fellow gang members who preceded them in settling illegally.”