JEANINE PIRRO (HOST): Let's not kid each other. This isn't some asylum-seeking group, all of them, for sure. What we've got now is a cartel, who is in the business of bringing young children 2,000 miles, where those children are being abused, they're being molested, and even Juan said that 20 percent of them don't even have family members here. And then I spoke to a woman who owns a newspaper, who said to me, "These kids aren't even being fingerprinted. They're not taking DNA from them. We're not giving them to the right organizations. People are just showing up and taking kids."
In addition to that, the cartels have people inside the United States, where they're using social media for the young men that are being brought in, to get these young men from these countries to -- to ease the facility -- the facilitation of drug cartels and the movement of drugs. So in addition to child sexual assault, human trafficking, drug cartels -- and we're not talking about marijuana anymore, we're talking about fentanyl and we're talking about heroin. This is a total disaster. There is no border, there is no wall. We are a sovereign nation. We have a right to be a sovereign nation and decide who comes into this country. And anyone who thinks that we're just a landing -- a globalist landing point is -- is out of their mind.
We're spending 86 million dollars for 1,200 families to get them hotel rooms, while we've got 10 million Americans out of work? We've got 10 million Americans who are going to be competing with people for jobs? It's not about politics. When that sheriff said to me, "Jeanine, this is modern-day slavery." The bringing of these children into this country, where they will be forever connected to a cartel, is slavery. What we're doing here is we are promoting a lower level of human being, who will be controlled from other countries. So stop trying to make this about this is who -- not who we are. This is about crime coming into this country and it's a reality. And we're losing.