Biden's DHS Has Released More Than Half A Million Immigrants Into United States

 July 21, 2023

A staggering number exceeding half a million migrants have been released into the United States under the parole pipeline facilitated by President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This foreign population is larger than that of Sacramento, California, underscoring the magnitude of the immigration wave. Early into his presidency in 2021, Biden started implementing a broad Catch and Release network.

This network has subsequently morphed the United States-Mexico border into a European-style checkpoint. At this checkpoint, border crossers are often halted, briefly held, and then set free into the interior of the nation.

Calculations published by Breitbart News reveal that the Biden administration has released at least 541,000 migrants into the U.S. interior.

The Breakdown of Released Migrants

The figures, brought forward by CBS News’ Camilo Montoya-Galvez, suggest that an array of nationalities comprise this migrant influx.

Nearly 170,000 individuals are said to originate from Latin America and the Caribbean. More than 163,000 are reportedly Ukrainians, while an estimated 133,000 migrants have been released via Biden's migrant mobile app.

Furthermore, 77,000 Afghan nationals are said to be part of this colossal figure. These astounding statistics cover a period of less than two years, marking the extent of this rapid migration movement.

Assessing the True Impact

However, the real figures might dwarf the current estimates. Earlier projections, drawn and published by the Center for Immigration Studies in April, hint that more than a million migrants might have been ushered into the U.S. interior.

This suggests that an alien population larger than Jacksonville, Florida has been integrated into American communities under the Biden administration.

These figures seem to indicate that the current administration's immigration policy has triggered a major demographic shift in the United States. The unprecedented release of migrants into the nation's interior has raised significant concerns among citizens and policymakers alike.

Sharp Increase in Illegal Alien Population

A recent report from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) further intensifies these concerns. According to FAIR, the illegal alien population across the U.S. has ballooned to nearly 17 million under President Biden.

This indicates a sharp rise of 2.3 million illegal aliens since he assumed office.

This swell in the population of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. underscores the urgent need for a reevaluation of current immigration policies. The demographic shift and its impact on national resources, societal cohesion, and security have raised pressing questions about the administration's approach to immigration control.

The Future of Immigration Policies

This surge of migration is arguably one of the most prominent features of Biden's presidency. The numbers are hard to ignore and have, inevitably, brought immigration policies to the forefront of national discourse. The administration’s approach to immigration, characterized by a Catch and Release network, has sparked intense debate.

Emma-Jo Morris, the political editor of Breitbart News, is set to testify about the Biden administration's alleged collusion with big tech companies for silencing reports about this matter. The substantial figures suggesting a lax immigration policy and a significant increase in illegal alien population warrant further scrutiny and debate.

The handling of this immigration wave will undoubtedly be a defining element of Biden’s presidency, and the world is watching.

  • Over half a million migrants released into the U.S. by Biden’s DHS.
  • The U.S.-Mexico border transformed into a European-style checkpoint.
  • Release of at least 541,000 migrants into the U.S. interior.
  • 170,000 migrants from Latin America and the Caribbean, over 163,000 Ukrainians, 133,000 migrants via Biden’s migrant mobile app, and 77,000 Afghan nationals released.
  • Possible actual figures exceeding one million.
  • Illegal alien population in the U.S. increases to nearly 17 million.
  • 2.3 million increase in illegal aliens since Biden took office.

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