Border security and its ties to the fentanyl crisis and modern-day slavery:
Drug trafficking and its consequences:
The porous southern border remains a hotbed for drug trafficking, welding devastating consequences for our society. The latest statistics state that Fentanyl accounted for 67,325 preventable deaths in 2021, representing a 26% increase over the 53,480 total in 2020. Alarming rates of addiction and overdose attributed to fentanyl laced recreational drugs.
Human trafficking violates the 13th Amendment:
Human trafficking, for labor, sexual exploitation, and organ harvesting, poses a moral obligation to fully secure the southern border and ensure the safety of the most vulnerable innocent members of society.
Trafficking Labor, Trafficking sex:
Statistics vary widely The U.S. Department of State 
Sex trafficking/aka rape:
It is estimated that between 15,000 to 50,000 women and children are forced into sexual slavery in the United States every year, and the total number varies wildly as it is very difficult to ascertain. Further estimates are that between 300,000 and 400,000 women and children within the US are currently in forced labor, sex or organ harvesting situations at any given time, again these statistics are mysteriously difficult to research with accurate concise data and estimate are likely very low.
Child sex trafficking/aka rape:
The trafficking of innocent children demands immediate decisive action. Providing protection and support to the most vulnerable among us is our moral obligation. It is our duty to put a stop to the brutal rape and sexual exploitation of innocent children caught in the crosshairs of human traffickers, online and especially at the Southern Border. 
Illegal/Coerced Human Organ Harvesting:
The organ trade, which includes illegal organ transplants income, with conservative annual estimates between USD $840 million to USD $1.7 billion and 12,000 illegal transplants. About 10% of all transplants are believed to be illegal transplants.
The Multifacted Humanitarian and Border Security Crisis at the Southern Border:
We demand immediate attention and decisive action to be taken regarding the crisis at the southern border as we draw attention to its connection to modern-day slavery. This dilema present a moral obligation to prevent various forms of human trafficking including child sex trafficking, coerced human organ harvesting, as well as the fentanyl epidemic. These crises are deeply intertwined and demand immediate action.