New DNA testing reveals that 30% of migrant ‘families’ caught crossing the border are not actually related

A substantial number of “migrant families” stopped while attempting to illegally enter the United States aren’t even related, according to the results of a rapid DNA testing program performed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The cheek swab tests were part of a program developed to determine how many children were being trafficked by persons other than their family members, despite claims that the children were part of a family unit.

According to FOX News, around 30% of children were mixed in with unrelated “family members.”

The testing comes nearly a year after the halt of the controversial splitting of adults and children at the border by Department of Homeland Security and US Customs and Border Protection agents.

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