"I have reported on child trafficking as it pertains to NGOs in the past, and now we finally have a very clear insider's perspective," Vandersteel said. "Someone who worked at the very top of these organizations since 2015 and how they traffic children."
Arellano has worked for several large NGOs that operate in the Rio Grande Valley since 2015. During his on-the-road interview with Vandersteel, he shared his visit to a "shelter" for young women that's mostly known for picking up babies between five and eight months old. The facility mainly sheltered children under 12 years old, alongside some teen mothers and their babies.
According to Arellano, a scheduling system was in place for employees moving or delivering the children during weekdays. He added that three offices of the Minds Beyond Measure (MBM) non-profit in Texas, which includes the McAllen office where he used to work, were able to deliver 30,000 children per week.
He also touched on the 85,000 "missing" children under the Biden administration, noting that these children are all coming from the NGOs. Arellano thinks the actual number is more than 85,000. Given this, two senators – Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) – have demanded an explanation from the federal government. (Related: Biden DOJ erases child sex trafficking language from government website after losing track of 85,000 migrant children.)
Despite these negatives, Arellano wasn't entirely doom and gloom. He shared to Vandersteel that he had successfully "unified" around 3,000 children within the last six months.
Vandersteel remarked that NGOs like MBM, Southwest Key Programs and others are engaged in massive child trafficking and are profiting from the children. The children are trafficked from facility to facility based on current laws, with their conditions varying from place to place.
"What we're learning is that these major NGOs … are warehousing and basically holding children in concentration camps, mostly against their will," she said. "These kids have been brought over the border from many of the Central American countries. Some since they were infants, others as teenagers and they are typically held until they are 18 years of age when they must be legally released."
The "Right Now" host added these NGOs have working reciprocal relationships with one another. These groups make hundreds of billions of dollars, as shown by the numerous large facilities around the country and the key players involved.
Vandersteel pointed out that the amount of money made from the children who are sold into a life of slavery and incarceration is staggering. Ultimately, it is all about keeping the children in the system because every child is worth a lot of money.
She mentioned Americans are starting to see clearly government facilitation through the use of NGOs that are trafficking children. They are also waking up to fact that the federal government, the NGOs and the cartels are all in this child trafficking business together.
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