Border Release Numbers Revealed

If you are an advocate for enforcing our border laws, prepare to be outraged.

The numbers were just released for May, and it is not good.

In a single month, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) authorized the release of nearly 100,000 illegals to the country’s interior.

There have reportedly been more than 1 million released so far this year.

Sadly, this is only the tip of the iceberg.

More Are Coming

One need only look at the overall encounter numbers for May to know this is going to get far worse before it gets better.

In May, there were almost 240,000 migrant encounters at the border, which is just a staggering number.

When Trump was in office, these numbers were less than 30,000… and we thought it was a lot.

Since Biden has been in office, we have seen a steady month-over-month increase in these numbers.

Last year there were nearly 2 million encounters, and we will probably break that number before the summer is over.

If reporting is accurate, roughly one million illegals have already been released to the country’s interior and more are coming.

I saw reports surfacing over the weekend of how the administration was figuring out which areas of the country to target for more releases.

More bad news…

Border Patrol is reporting a ridiculously high number of gotaways this fiscal year. With almost 500,000 of them getting past authorities…

This is what happens when you relegate officers who are supposed to be monitoring the border to clerks to process illegal immigrants we are now openly welcoming.

If and when Title 42 is ended, these numbers will go up dramatically, with estimates as high as 18,000 illegals being released daily to the country’s interior.

Do the math… it’s scary.

Source: The Blaze & Breitbart


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