Project Veritas HHS Exposé Pt. 2 – Teens Illegally Working To Pay Off Cartel Debt

Illegal immigrants purchasing fake social security card so they can work to pay off cartel smuggling fees

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Project Veritas on Wednesday released its second video exposing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services [HHS] for its involvement in human trafficking.

A whistleblower named Tara Lee Rodas, an employee of the federal government’s Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity & Efficiency [CIGIE], led the outlet to interview illegal immigrant youths who have been “homed” by HHS.

The first video released by Veritas exposed a young girl who had been forced into prostitution.

Alex Jones breaks down part 1 of the Project Veritas HHS investigation in the following video:

Wednesday’s footage shows a person who said he got to America at age 16 telling an undercover Project Veritas reporter he forked over $150 dollars for a fake social security card from a person who brought the illegal paperwork to his home.

The now 20-year-old also said he spent thousands of dollars in order to be smuggled into America.

He told the journalist he never went to the home he was registered at with the government, but it appeared nobody followed up on that.

A 15-year-old girl interviewed by the reporter said she had to drop out of high school so she could work a waitressing job to pay back the cartel members who smuggled her into the country in the first place.

“I think most people believe, and I originally thought, that sponsors were families because HHS says, ‘We’re reuniting children with their families.’ In fact, that’s not the case,” the whistleblower said. “This is a terrible thing, and then you look at some of these children who are teenagers, who’ve never been to school, can’t read, can’t write. It’s a very wicked thing to take advantage of these children.”

In April of 2021, Alex Jones went viral for a video of him trying to stop children from being smuggled into America.

Despite the video evidence showing Jones attempting to call the authorities and physically block a vehicle transporting minors, fact-check sites like Snopes claimed to debunk the video at the time.