Biden Reaches New Milestone In Destroying America

Since its launch in January 2023, President Biden’s parole pipeline has admitted nearly a million foreigners into the country, surpassing the combined populations of Vermont, Alaska, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

The DHS divulged data for April on Wednesday, demonstrating that Biden’s parole pipeline is still releasing tens of thousands of foreigners into the interior of the U.S. each month via commercial flights and the southern border.

The number of foreign immigrants released into our communities exceeded 1.025 million between January 2023 and April 2024. The administration’s “CBP One” smartphone app and “humanitarian parole” are the two main ways that foreign nationals enter the country through the parole pipeline.

To put things in perspective, since the beginning of the year, more foreign nationals have entered the country through the parole system than have residents of Austin, Texas, Florida, and San Jose, California.

Over 591,000 foreign nationals have entered the country thanks to the CBP One app, which allows people in northern Mexico to arrange appointments at the border for release into the United States interior. Most of the people coming in through CBP One are from Mexico, Haiti, and Venezuela.

In a similar vein, within the same time frame, some 434,800 citizens of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela entered the country on humanitarian parole. Following DHS clearance, those granted humanitarian parole frequently board commercial aircraft to enter the country.

DHS has granted parole to the following individuals: 101,200 Venezuelans, 166,700 Haitians, 91,100 Cubans, and 75,700 Nicaraguans.

The extent to which Biden’s parole pipeline is attracting foreigners to the United States who would not otherwise be eligible for entrance is shown by DHS data that was given to the House Homeland Security Committee last month.

There were more foreign nationals applying for travel permission to the United States than there were people living in 11 states combined, including Delaware, Montana, Rhode Island, and the Dakotas, as of mid-October 2023 (about 1.6 million).

Author: Scott Dowdy

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