A new report finds that employees at Joe Biden’s migrant holding centers are not vetted for child sex crimes, abuse, or other such crimes before being hired to deal with kids.
The information has been revealed in a new Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) report which looks at the way Biden is handling hiring at the Office of Refugee Resettlement as Biden’s disastrously failed border policies get worse on a daily basis. And found that Biden did not perform any background checks on employees.
Per Just The News:
According to the report:
-FBI fingerprint checks were “not conducted or documented” for 174 of 229 EIS employees, while another 25 were “conducted but not in a timely manner.” Only 30 were “conducted in a timely manner.”
-Background checks for child abuse and neglect were not conducted for 200 of 229 EIS employees, with 20 conducted but not promptly, and only 9 conducted promptly. “For 51 of the 200 employees, ORR had waived the Child Abuse and Neglect (CA/N) check requirement,” the report noted.
Federal regulations explicitly prohibit ORR — tasked with the “care and placement” of unaccompanied migrant children (UAC) — from “hiring or enlisting the services” of anyone to work with children if they have any documented history of sexual misconduct. However, the ORR is allowed to “waive or modify” background checks so long as it’s “for good cause,” like an emergency.
Of a required 78 sex offender registry checks, 42 were “not conducted or documented,” and another 11 were “conducted but not in a timely manner,” according to the report. Less than a third, 25, were “conducted in a timely manner.”
Joe Biden has created a situation where sexual criminals could be in charge of children who are in the U.S. without any parents.
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