Since his election in January 2021, President Joe Biden released approximately 954,000 illegal aliens and border crossers into the United States. This is a foreign population twice as large as Miami, Florida and more than five states’ resident populations.
Biden’s Department of Homeland Security released almost 118,000 border crossing and illegal aliens in April through its extensive Catch and Release network.
This network makes sure that border crossers and illegal aliens who arrive at the southern border are temporarily detained before being released into U.S. Interior by domestic commercial flights and buses, often funded by taxpayer-funded nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).
This is in addition to approximately 836,000 illegal aliens and border crossers released into the U.S. Interior between February 2021 and March 2022.
From February 2021 to April 20,22, Biden released approximately 954,000 border crossings and illegal aliens into American community — more than twice the population of Miami, Florida, which has 461,000 people, and more than the populations in South Dakota, North Dakota and Alaska.
Sources within DHS claim that they act as a “full-service travel agency” for illegal aliens and border crossings.
Biden continues to work on plans to eliminate Title 42 at the border, which has been used to return illegal aliens back to Mexico by Border Patrol. As the matter progresses through the courts, a federal judge appointed by Trump is blocking Title 42’s end.