The Biden administration has allowed 99% of migrants to stay in the U.S., according to a new congressional report.
House Republicans released the shocking report on Monday that noted over 2 million migrants released into the country under the Biden administration.
— New York Post (@nypost) October 9, 2023
"The report found 'at least' 2,148,738 illegal aliens had been released into the United States by the Department of Homeland Security from when Joe Biden came into office until March 31, 2023," the New York Post reported.
“A mere six percent of illegal aliens released into the United States were even screened for fear of persecution [in their home country] for purposes of asylum,” read the study initiated by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan and Immigration Subcommittee Chairman Tom McClintock.
.. to the extent that the Center for Immigration Studies stated that the most recently available August 2023 border numbers revealed a border in freefall.” https://t.co/zrg6PW6iVZ
— Lucas🇺🇸🗽✝️ (@lucas_hondros) October 3, 2023
"The number of monthly encounters reported by Customs and Border Protection has steadily increased throughout the Biden presidency, to the extent that the Center for Immigration Studies stated that the most recently available August 2023 border numbers revealed a border in freefall," Real Clear Politics noted earlier this month.
"Just this week, one Eagle Pass, Texas, processing facility which has a capacity of 1,000 people reported '4,600 people inside waiting to be allowed into the U.S.'" it added.
The report of nearly all migrants remaining in the U.S. adds to growing safety concerns among Americans.
Many cities far from the southern border have also felt the impact of the massive number of migrants, including New York City, which claims more than 130,000 migrants moving to the city.
Other cities, like Chicago, must face the upcoming crisis of how to house migrants ahead of a hard winter that could be deadly for those left outside.
The latest reports also show that the Biden administration is not serious about stopping migrants entering the nation, but continues to allow nearly all to remain.