In October 2022, the Federation of American Immigration Reform (FAIR) released their fiscal year 2022 immigration numbers.
According to FAIR’s estimates, over 5.5 million illegal aliens had crossed into the United States since President Joe Biden took office in January 2021.
Today, nearly one year later, that number has risen to a staggering 7 million. This influx of illegal immigrants has caused great concern among many Americans and has raised questions about the current state of our country’s security and economic stability.
With so many people entering the nation illegally, it is difficult for law enforcement to properly identify and detain those who pose a threat to public safety or threaten our national interests.
FAIR.org reported on Joe Biden’s actions to flood America with millions of illegal aliens.
- Throughout the 2020 campaign, President Biden promised to extend amnesty to illegal aliens in the United States.
- On his first day in office, President Biden sent an immigration bill to Congress that included an amnesty program and pledged his support to give illegal aliens a path to citizenship.
- The Biden administration immediately issued an executive order directing agencies to take steps to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
- The Biden administration stopped construction of the border wall.
- The Biden administration expanded the grounds for claiming asylum by reversing legal opinions issued under the Trump Administration.
- The Biden administration ended the Asylum Cooperative Agreements (ACAs) with Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras which required migrants to apply for asylum in one of the countries through which they traveled (and be denied) as a prerequisite to eligibility for asylum in the United States.
- The Biden administration issued a policy to exempt unaccompanied minors and family units from expulsion under Title 42, releasing these populations into the U.S.
- The Biden administration revived the Obama Administration’s policy of allowing immigration judges to administratively close deportation cases.
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued policies that make it easier to apply for benefits, including work permits, extended and expanded programs like Temporary Protected Status, eliminated the ability of officers to issue Notices to Appear (NTAs), and reduced screening and vetting in order to process more petitions and applications.
Now that the borders are open the Biden administration is releasing THOUSANDS of illegal alien children with tuberculosis across the US.
A recent report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has revealed an alarming statistic: thousands of illegal immigrant children with tuberculosis were released from federal custody over the course of a year.
All of these minors, aged 18 and under, were released to family members or other responsible adults, despite having latent tuberculosis infections.
This troubling development was first noticed by state officials who had been notified via a web-based system operated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Aurora Miranda-Maese, an HHS official, wrote in a court-ordered report that these notifications occurred between June 1st 2022 and May 31st 2023. However, neither the CDC nor HHS have responded to requests for comment regarding this issue.