Texas Mom and Two Children Kidnapped in Open by Cartel Gunmen, Biden Silent
American family kidnapped during trip
An American family in Texas traveling through Mexico was reportedly kidnapped by a criminal cartel, but the White House has remained silent on the matter.
The disappearance of the family of 39-year-old Gladys Cristina Perez Sanchez was reportedly at the hands of gunmen from the Los Zetas cartel.
The mom and her two children, aged 9 and 16, were last seen on June 13.
Biden had stayed silent, despite all three victims being American citizens.
The kidnapping occurred after the family left Sabina Hidalgo, a town near the border state of Nuevo Leo, close to Sanchez’s sick relative, lived.
The family never reached the house.
The road where the family was traveling is known for cartel attacks and abductions.
Mexican officials in the state-issued notices and began to look for the missing Americans not long after their disappearance.
Cartels are now taking full advantage of Biden's border crisis.
Earleir this year, Donald Trump's former acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said Joe Biden had given a "green light" to child and sex trafficking.
Tom Homan told Mark Levin on "Life, Liberty & Levin" that "children are going to die" because of Biden.
"Less than three percent of all Central Americans who get ordered removed by a federal judge have left this country," Homan said.
"Mark, we have a president that is facilitating illegal immigration on the border because there is no consequence, there's no deterrence when you open the gates, let them in, and release them knowing they're never going to leave," the former ICE acting director said.
More recently, FBI Director Christopher Wray admitted there was "no question" that violent Mexican cartel activity is "spilling over" into the United States amid the ongoing historic border crisis.
During a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA) asked Wray if he knew whether foreign nationals coming across the border were deeply indebted to cartels and smugglers.
"Certainly, we have seen quite a number of such instances, absolutely," Wray said.
"In some cases, definitely," the FBI director responded.
"We are pursuing a number of human trafficking task forces, as well as working on certain taskforces with DHS [Department of Homeland Security] to try to address that issue."