Democrat President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ) has removed child sex trafficking from a list of crimes it considers to be an “area of concern.”
In late May, the DOJ erased content from its webpage on child sex trafficking.
The section had been added by President Donald Trump’s administration and highlighted that cracking down on the “international sex trafficking of minors” was a top priority for the U.S. government.
However, it has just been revealed that the information was scrubbed and the horrifying crime is no longer listed as a “concern” for Biden’s DOJ.
The stunning revision was exposed by journalist Natalie Winters of Steve Bannon’s Warroom.
The change in policy comes amid mounting scrutiny of Biden’s continued incitement of mass migration via America’s porous southern border.
The border is a prime avenue for child sex trafficking, as Slay News has reported.
The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) webpage chronicling what constitutes child sex trafficking and how the department is combatting it underwent severe revisions on May 12th, 2023, including the erasure of the three sections: “International Sex Trafficking of Minors”; “Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors,” and “Child Victims of Prostitution.”
The webpage belongs to the Criminal Division of the DOJ, which outlines the “subject areas” the department’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Services focus on.
It was previously updated under the Trump administration on May 28th, 2020.
“One form of sex trafficking involves the cross-border transportation of children,” explains the now-deleted description of international sex trafficking.
“In these situations, traffickers recruit and transfer children across international borders in order to sexually exploit them in another country.
“The traffickers can be individuals working alone, organized crime groups, enterprises, or networks of criminals working together to traffic children into prostitution across country lines,” it continues.
“This form of sex trafficking is a problem in the United States, and recovered victims originate from all over the world, including less-developed areas, such as South and Southeast Asia, Central America, and South America, to more developed areas, such as Western Europe.
“Once in the United States, a child may be trafficked to any or multiple states within the country.”
“The United States not only faces a problem of foreign victims trafficked into the country, but there is also a homegrown problem of American children being recruited and exploited for commercial sex,” begins the section detailing domestic sex trafficking.
“Pimps and traffickers sexually exploit children through street prostitution, and in adult night clubs, illegal brothels, sex parties, motel rooms, hotel rooms, and other locations throughout the United States,” revealed a section highlighting children forced to engage in prostitution.
In the section “Child Sex Trafficking,” which remains on the Biden administration’s version of the DOJ website, the following section was also erased:
“After cultivating a relationship with the child and engendering a false sense of trust, the trafficker will begin engaging the child in prostitution, and use physical, emotional, and psychological abuse to keep the child trapped in a life of prostitution.
“It is common for traffickers to isolate victims by moving them far away from friends and family, altering their physical appearances, or continuously moving them to new locations.
“Victims are heavily conditioned to remain loyal to the trafficker and to distrust law enforcement.”
The Biden admin nor the DOJ has not revealed why the information was scrubbed.
The news comes as Slay News recently reported that a whistleblower accused the Biden admin of acting as a “middleman” in child sex trafficking.
Whistleblower Tara Lee Rodas, who previously served in the Health and Human Services bureaucracy under Biden, recently testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Integrity, Security, and Enforcement.
“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 told lawmakers.
“Today, children will be sold for sex,” she testified.
“Today, children will call a hotline to report they are being abused, neglected, and trafficked…..”
Rodas said she had volunteered to help with the crisis at the Southern Border.
“I thought I was going to help place children in loving homes.
“Instead, I discovered that children are being trafficked through a sophisticated network that begins with being recruited in their home country, smuggled to the U.S. border, and ends when ORR [Office of Refugee Resettlement] delivers a child to a sponsor – some sponsors are criminals and traffickers and members of Transnational Criminal Organizations.”