Republican Florida lawmaker Kat Cammack criticized President Biden on Fox News, labeling him “trafficker-in-chief.”

“There’s a better way to do this. It’s what the Trump Administration was doing,” Cammack said. “It was the most humane, compassionate, and normal way for putting Americans first, our national security first.

“I would challenge Representative [Veronica] Escobar to actually call this what it is, a crisis. It’s not a situation. It’s a crisis. Just 24 hours ago I was there in Mission, Texas. I saw firsthand young girls under the age of 10 that had been gang-raped.

“They had been screaming so loud that their vocal cords had given out. This is a humanitarian crisis. I can’t even in good conscience call President Biden president. I have to call him “trafficker-in-chief” because these kids are being trafficked.

“… and the fact that my Democrat colleagues won’t even call this … a crisis. They call it anything but, it’s a challenge, a situation,” she continued. “It’s not an emergency in their book. It’s a situation.

“When you have 20,000 children in custody, and the border patrol agents are stretched thin to the max, and we’re watching cartel members taunt our border patrol agents as they’re sending these children under six years old across the river by themselves, this is a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions.

“And so, let’s call it what it is.

“Beyond that, we need to reinstate the MPP, the Migrant Protection Protocol. We need to extend Title 45. These are all things that will help border patrol agents on the ground and actually deliver a humane response to this crisis that’s unfolding. That’s where we can start.”

As of earlier this week, more than 750 unaccompanied minors crossed the border, bringing the total number of unaccompanied children in U.S. custody to over 20,000.  

Drew Fernandez, an investigative journalist, revealed chilling data of what is happening at the southern border and remarked that the country’s immigration crisis has as its primary objective, human trafficking.

“Look at what the Mexican government is concerned with, what are they concerned with, with this mass illegal immigration? They are concerned with the criminal enterprises, with the cartels, growing, funding, and business booming for them in their own countries,” Fernandez stated.

Fernandez harshly criticized Biden, and his press secretary, Jen Psaki, for not publicly acknowledging the crisis at the border, which hurts immigrants even more.

He recounted the ordeal immigrants face crossing Mexico to reach the United States’ southern border, saying it is a “nightmare” that no American would wish on another human being.

Despite all this, “and Joe Biden would not even call it a crisis?

When the Mexican government … when the Mexican president is calling him the ‘Migrant President?’” chided Fernandez.

“And we can’t even get the President of the U.S. to even acknowledge these things?”

According to Fernandez, they are not declaring the crisis at the border because there is no Trump as a scapegoat, and if they were to admit that there is a crisis, well, then they will be the ones responsible for it.

The critical point that Fernandez wanted to emphasize is that behind all this flow of illegal aliens, there is a network of human traffickers who are taking advantage to bring children without parents onto American soil. They are then at the mercy of pedophiles, rapists, and people dedicated to trafficking.

[It] “is like an onion, the drug trafficking, the guns smuggling, those are just layers to the onions, the real problem, even the Mexican government is concerned with, is the human trafficking, the human smuggling, it is a million-dollar industry, that even goes beyond Central America,” Fernandez stressed.

According to his sources, the Mexican government infiltrated spies into these immigrant groups and discovered that the cartels ask $3,200 for each child without parents.

Since many immigrants are criminals fleeing justice in their home countries, one way for them to be accepted into the United States is to enter with a minor.

“The only way you see getting into the United States, the cartels will literally say to these people ‘Hey, if you have a minor with you, we’ll give you a lower price, 3,200 dollars,’” Fernandez explained.