A mother from Mexico turned her daughter over to a human smuggler and rapist in order to take advantage of lax “family separation” policies at the Southern border so that she could eventually come to the United State and get a job.
“In April, Ramon Pedro showed up at the Ysleta Port of Entry in Texas with a juvenile girl he claimed was his daughter and demanded entry into the United States,” according to the Media Research Center. “And, as with so many so-called ‘family units’ like them, border officials acquiesced, releasing the man and his daughter into the country on the assumption that they’d show up for their court date.”
But the truth came out when Pedro showed up with the girl for a tuberculosis screening in July, where hospital officials found that Pedro was not related to the girl, and had been sexually abusing her.
“It turns out the young girl’s mother had actually handed her over to Pedro, a rapist and human smuggler, so she could come to the United States and find a job,” MRC said.
The Department of Homeland Security said that the girl’s mother was promised border passage and a job in the United State by Pedro in exchange for smuggling – and of course, raping – her daughter.
President Donald J. Trump was recently denounced as an evil villain by the mainstream press and diluted leftists nationwide, who protested his enforcement of a 1990’s era law that temporarily separates families at the border for exactly this purpose. The law is designed to curb human smuggling by verifying that adults and accompanying minors are indeed related before they are released into the United States, often never to be seen again.
“The Huron Police Department arrested Pedro on July 27 and charged him with multiple felony counts of rape, oral copulation, forcible sexual penetration and endangering/causing injury to a child,” said MRC. “He is currently held in the Fresno County Jail on a $310,000 bond.”
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