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Migrants are being held hostage for ransom because criminals think Biden admin gives them huge payouts

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The FBI recently rescued migrants being held hostage in El Paso by kidnappers, who allegedly threatened to cut a migrant woman into pieces. The hostages were held in a home in Sunset Heights, and the FBI say the kidnappers “sent menacing ransom videos to the families of migrants held hostage after they were smuggled over the border” reports the El Paso Times.

This horrific incident is the result of yet another poor policy of the Biden administration’s handling of the border crisis. Sara Carter has been exclusively reporting on migrants being held for ransom after they are smuggled across the border for Fox News’ Sean Hannity. “Glad they are catching up” says Carter about the media finally publishing stories about what is becoming quite common.

The rhetoric of the Biden administration and liberal policymakers have persuaded migrants to make treacherous journeys and attempt to cross our borders in record numbers. Once a report was released that the Justice Department was considering payouts of $450,000 a person or $900,000 for a parent and child to compensate for suffering, safety of migrants and their suffering became even worse.

Now, coyotes, human traffickers and criminals are extorting migrant families for money, “stemming from the mistaken belief” that they have “received a huge payout” reports the Associated Press who details the lives of two individuals who have suffered:

“People here think that I have lots of money,” said a 47-year-old business owner in northern Guatemala whose wife was separated from their son. He has become more nervous because of news reports on the settlement talks and now changes his cellphone number every two weeks.

The man lives in Guatemala with his 14-year-old daughter, while his wife and now 18-year-old son live in Atlanta after being separated at the border for more than a month in 2018. The man said he was getting text messages at the time threatening to kidnap his son if he didn’t pay money…“I don’t live in peace,” he said. “I am always looking over my shoulder.”

Another woman thought the worst was over after she was reunited with her son who was six when she was separated from him during the Trump administration. Because people believe families like hers are receiving huge payouts, she has already received demands for $5,000 a month.

“Apparently, I am a millionaire now,” said the woman, who, like others interviewed by The Associated Press, spoke on condition of anonymity due to fears for her family’s safety. “I don’t have the money to pay for something like that and I don’t know what to do. I am desperate, really.”

The AP notes, “While specific reports are isolated, widespread extortion in Central America explains why many seek asylum in the United States in the first place. Some advocates fear prospects of large payments will fuel many more threats. An attorney for the woman and other families has asked U.S. officials to consider admitting more relatives because of the threats.”

Now the Biden administration has created the exact same scenario they were running from in the first place.

 

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  1. Rouge1

    January 12, 2022 at 10:32 am

    I will give them a big payout. Keep up the good work.

  2. Pete Faz

    January 12, 2022 at 10:26 pm

    Don’t be an illegal-problem solved

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SOUNDING THE ALARM: Carter has data on the border crisis that ‘even frightens the Democratic Party’

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Sara Carter joined Steve Hilton on Fox News Sunday night to describe something so terrifying, it ‘even frightens the Democratic Party.”

People from all over the world are crossing our borders and they are not being vetted. People from “over 150 nations have already crossed this border.”

Violence is escalating on the border and Carter does not expect it to slow down. Carter adds 1.7 million migrants entered the U.S. in the last fiscal year “and being apprehended. So we expect a lot more people coming in this year.”

This is “just the first year of the Biden administration. What can happen in the next three years literally frightens me.” Carter concludes it’s so drastic, “it even frightens the Democratic Party.”

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