What Dr. Phil Just Told Joe Rogan Will Make Your Blood Boil

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In a recent podcast episode featuring Joe Rogan and Dr. Phil, disturbing details about the ongoing crisis at the southern border emerged.

The conversation included an interview with Brandon Judd, President of The National Border Patrol Council, who provided insight into troubling practices and policies currently in place.

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The discussion revealed alarming information about the treatment and fate of children arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border, sparking outrage and concern among conservative audiences.

Joe Rogan and Dr. Phil Reveal SHOCKING Details about the Border Crisis!

One of the most shocking revelations discussed was the Biden administration’s termination of Rapid DNA testing used to verify familial relationships between children and accompanying adults. This policy change has raised significant concerns about the potential for child trafficking.

Without DNA verification, there is no way to confirm if the adults with the children are indeed their relatives. Judd emphasized the gravity of this situation, stating, “There’s a very good possibility that they’re being trafficked…that they’re going into sex industry or they’re being forced into sweatshops.”

Another distressing detail brought to light was that children are arriving at the border with specific addresses written on their bodies. No verification is conducted to determine who resides at these addresses or if they are legitimate contacts.

This lack of oversight raises serious questions about the safety and welfare of these minors. Dr. Phil, addressing this issue, remarked, “We knowingly are spending our tax dollars to sell children…How, under any theory, is that okay for us to be spending tax dollars to traffick children?”

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The scale of the crisis is further underscored by a March 2023 report from the Council on Foreign Relations, which stated that more than 152,000 unaccompanied minors were found at the U.S.-Mexico border in fiscal year 2022, marking an all-time high.

These children were separated from their friends or family, leaving them vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Disturbingly, it has been reported that at least 85,000 of these children have gone missing, raising alarms about their fate and well-being.

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