The Department of Justice (DOJ) has shut down an Asian-run prostitution ring aimed at U.S. elites that was enabled by the Alejandro Mayorkas-led Department of Homeland Security, according to Breitbart News.
The targeted elites include elected officials, military officers, and government contractors.
The justice department’s press announcement on Wednesday hides the reality by describing the foreign-born alleged pimps as Americans, saying:
The following defendants have been charged with conspiracy to coerce and entice to travel to engage in illegal sexual activity:
Han Lee, a/k/a “Hana,” 41, of Cambridge, Mass.; James Lee, 68, of Torrance, Calif.; and Junmyung Lee, 30, of Dedham, Mass.
But the courtroom affidavit filed by the Department of Justice admitted that the alleged pimps walked through the border safeguards that have been relaxed by President Biden’s border chief Mayorkas:
26. Han LEE, 41, resides at 80 Cambridgepark Drive, Unit 638, Cambridge, MA (Target Location 1). HAN was born in Korea and first came to the United States in October 2014. She acquired a visitor’s visa but subsequently overstayed the length of the visa.
28. Junmyung LEE, 30, resides at 71 Legacy Boulevard, Dedham, MA (Target Location 2). JUNMYUNG was born in Korea and began his F1 student visa process in January 2018 to attend the Computer Systems Institute in Boston, MA.
Y… K… was observed walking with HAN into 90 Fawcett Street, Cambridge, MA on June 6, 2023, after having flown into Boston’s Logan Airport from South Korea. Y… K… remained in the United States until June 21, 2023, at which point he flew back to South Korea … Y… K… has not returned to the United States since.
The affidavit also says the Asian women used the Los Angeles airport — but does not state if they flew into the United States.
Mayorkas has forced border officials to enable the growing inflow of workers who use B-1/B-2 visas for tourists and short-term business visitors to reach black-market jobs in the United States. His department has also helped hide the airport arrivals by minimizing the enforcement of laws against illegal immigration. For example, he has reduced enforcement of the laws against foreigners who overstay their short-term visas — such as F-1 student visas — and has said he will not pursue illegal migrants who have not been convicted of felonies.
Mayorkas’s hands-off policy has encouraged massive levels of sex trafficking as millions of poor illegal migrants flood into American communities.
“It’s a lot of, frankly, ‘Hear no evil, see no evil, there must not be any,’ really deliberately kind of looking the other way at what is happening,” said Jessica Vaughan, the policy director at the Center for Immigration Studies.