The DHS under Joe Biden is planning to release over 25,000 illegal aliens migrants into American communities in Texas and California.
Biden abruptly ended Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy which drastically reduced immigration fraud by keeping illegals in Mexico while they await their hearings in the United States. DHS announced it will begin releasing the 25,000 migrants next week.
Ultimately, the migrants will enter the U.S. interior.
A source close to the DHS revealed the illegal aliens will be released in San Diego, El Paso and Brownsville, Texas — locations the Biden administration hoped would remain secret.
Internal communications reveal a minimum of 300 illegals per day will be released in San Diego and El Paso. The DHS will process no more than 100 migrants per day in Brownsville.
DHS released a statement claiming all ‘Remain in Mexico’ migrants will be tested for COVID-19 before entering the U.S.,though they have no plans to test the remaining influx of immigrants.
Thousands of border jumpers enter the U.S. without any form of testing for coronavirus. White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed the Biden Administration is knowingly releasing illegal immigrants into the U.S. without knowing if they’re COVID positive.
DHS does not have plans to track the ‘Remain in Mexico’ migrants once they are released. Instead, these migrants will be jumbled in with all other border jumpers and illegal aliens who have entered the U.S. despite not having an asylum hearing.
The credible source close to the DHS confirm the order to release ‘Remain in Mexico’ migrants came directly from Biden’s White House.
In the first 2 weeks of February, Biden’s DHS has released over 2,000 illegals in to the U.S. In comparison to Trump’s policies, his DHS released only 11 ‘Remain in Mexico’ migrants in 2020.
Biden has troubled federal immigration officers on all sides. After the DHS policy to ban deportation flights, Haitian illegal immigrants have severely overcrowded migrant facilities just as agents are being ordered to release Central and South American migrants into the U.S. interior.