Joe Biden Ends Trump Program Targeting Sex Offenders

( Joe Biden has long been accused of being sexually inappropriate with women, but the news that a Trump-era program that targeted sex offenders illegally present in the United States being ended by the newly-inaugurated President Biden is truly the icing on the cake.

This week, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody urged the Biden administration to walk back their decision to reverse the Operation Talon program introduced by the former president which aimed at finding, arresting, and deporting sex offenders living illegally in the United States.

Moody appeared on a “Fox & Friends” segment on Friday, saying that there was “no reason” for Operation Talon to be canceled by the new president.

Except, you know, spite.

“We rely on the federal government to assist our local and state law enforcement and remove those that are lurking in our communities that are sexual predators and that are preying on our most vulnerable,” Moody said.

“And so, to have an administration, Joe Biden, cancel an operation that is focusing on sexual offenders in our country, as the attorney general of Florida certainly, but as a mother, it’s horrifying,” she added.

On February 19, Moody issued a statement reaffirming her commitment to ending human trafficking, and called on the president the “immediately reinstate Operation Talon.”

So why, exactly, is President Biden canceling the program?

It’s hard to know, as. There has been no official explanation as to why Biden chose to cancel it.

Rep, Paul Gosar, a Republican from Arizona, expressed disappointment at the decision, describing Operation Talon as a “nationwide operation established by the Trump administration targeting sex offenders subject to deportation.”

Texas recently blocked an executive order from President Joe Biden that would have implemented a moratorium on the deportation of illegal aliens present in the United States. A federal judge temporarily blocked the policy while litigation goes ahead, but the cancelation of Operation Talon could be an extension of Biden’s promise to go easy on illegal aliens while his government officials draw up a plan for a pathway to citizenship for more than 11 million illegals across the country.