Joe Biden has ended a Trump program that targeted sexual offenders who are in the United States illegally. Trump’s program, dubbed “Operation Talon,” focused on targeting sexual predators lurking in and preying on the most vulnerable, especially children and leaving them open to attacks.
Neonnettle Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody (R) argued there was “no reason” for Biden’s program’s cancellation. Moody told Fox News:
“We rely on the federal government to assist our local and state law enforcement and remove those that are lurking in our communities that are sexual predators and that are preying on our most vulnerable.
“And so, to have an administration, Joe Biden, cancel an operation that is focusing on sexual offenders in our country, as the attorney general of Florida certainly, but as a mother, it’s horrifying.”
Two Seattle Muslim men accused of pimping out a 14-year-old girl by threatening to kill her family if she didn’t prostitute herself have been charged with felony sex crimes.
Co-host Jedediah Bila then asked:
“Is there any reason you can see for why this operation would be removed or what the reasoning behind that would be?”
“Absolutely none. I was a former federal prosecutor.” “Effective, targeted operations cross administrations,” she added.
“These operations help agents do their jobs, especially for states like Florida that rely on federal agencies and law enforcement to help them remove these dangerous people from our communities.” “There is no reason this operation should be canceled.”
Earlier this month, Neon Nettle reported that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency had canceled a long-planned multi-state raid to arrest convicted illegal alien sex offenders.
Operation Talon, a large raid that involved thousands of hours of preparation by agents to catch targets and obtain warrants, was aborted at the last minute.
According to a source familiar with the operation, ICE agents canceled the raid the night before the procedure was due to take place.
Biden policies are also resulting in the restarting of the Catch and Release program, a process where illegal aliens are freed into the U.S. interior after being apprehended.