Hutcherson said during the Aug. 28 episode of the Brighteon.TV program "Connecting the Dots" that such an accusation is no laughing matter. She told program host Dan Happel: "It's not laughable, because it's so disgusting and so vile. You can't make this stuff up."
"We have individuals who we've put in offices to uphold our laws, to uphold the Constitution, to protect the American citizens, the rights of American citizens," remarked Hutcherson. Instead, these individuals are protecting "the rights of illegals who aren't citizens of the United States." Moreover, these same elected officials are "aiding [and] abetting [human] smuggling and facilitating human trafficking itself." (Related: Human trafficking victims in America could be as many as 17,500 annually.)
According to Hutcherson, the founder and president of Women Fighting For America, these same corrupt officials are colluding with criminal cartels responsible for human and drug trafficking. In one instance, her organization discovered a facility on the U.S.-Mexico border that was being used as a legitimate front for cartels engaged in human trafficking. Further scrutiny found that individuals who worked alongside this cartel were connected to the Bush political family.
An article originally published in 2002 elaborated on the connection between the Bush family and the cartels. It specifically zeroed in on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who had "close personal ties" to Raul Salinas de Gortari. Raul, the elder brother of former Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari, was one of the main figures in the Mexican drug cartels of the 1990s.
Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, Jeb's father, also had close ties with Carlos and the Mexican leader's father Raul Salinas Lozano.
According to Hutcherson, the Biden administration's open border policy formed part of the plan to destabilize the American nation. The policy, she explained, only served to facilitate an invasion.
She cited data from the Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection, which stated that 80 percent of illegal border crossers are single, adult males. This was not about women, children and men migrating into the U.S. for a better life.
"One of the interesting points about this is when you start having 174 plus different nations come into your borders, they're not being vetted properly," Hutcherson remarked. "We have individuals who have major criminal records. We have pedophiles, rapists, murderers, drug cartel members, terrorists, known terrorists, who have breached our borders and are living among us right now to do harm against America."
She also brought up the issue of national security, which the Biden administration's open border policy undermined.
"You've got terrorists and cartels and bad players who are going to be killing your children through drugs, through kidnappings, through the sex trade, the labor trade systems. You've got terrorists that between now and a couple of weeks before the election are going to have numerous small terrorist attacks across different cities in the United States. I believe and many others believe we are not going to have an election. It's going to be postponed because of the perfect storm that's coming."
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