BREAKING: Biden Did WHAT With Illegals?
In a recent shocking interview with Fox News, Biden’s Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas admitted that the Biden Administration has released approximately 12,000 Haitian migrants if not more into the United States already.
In transcript provided by Breitbart, Fox’s Chris Wallace asked, “I want to start with those 30,000 Haitian migrants who came across the border into Del Rio, Texas, since September 9th, as you say. You say that 12,400 will have their cases heard by an immigration judge, and another 5,000 are being processed by your department. Mr. Secretary, of those 17,400, how many have been released into the U.S. and how many more potentially could be released into the U.S.?”
Mayorkas responded, “About 3,000 are actually in detention, and we make those detention determinations in the best interest of the American public. Others are in immigration court proceedings. They are monitored by us. We impose conditions upon them, so we keep in touch with them and ensure their appearance in court as the law requires.”
Wallace then replied, “So are we talking about a total of 12,000, or could it be even higher?”
Mayorkas responded, “It could be even higher if the number that are returned could be even higher. What we do is we follow the law as Congress has passed it.”
Wallace then asked, “Let’s talk about what it’s going to happen to those 12,000. Removal proceedings, including asylum cases, can take anywhere from six months to several years, and 44%, according to the Department of Justice, 44% of those who are released into custody, miss their court hearings. Just as a matter of reality, won’t many of those thousands of people end up settling here in the united states, some of them permanently?”
Mayorkas then said, “We have enforcement guidelines in place that provide that individuals who are recent border crossers who do not show up for their hearings are enforcement priorities, and will be removed.”
Others on social media have been questioning the accuracy of the Biden Administration’s numbers.
15,000 Haitians were in the Del Rio migrant camp.
1,401 Haitians have been sent back to Haiti.
5,000 Haitians still remain in Del Rio.
Where did the Biden Administration send the other 8,599 migrants?
— Lance Gooden (@Lancegooden) September 24, 2021
Here’s what Trump has had to say about the migrant crisis:
“Most people would say they were doing one hell of a job, don’t you think?” — Trump on Border Patrol agents who were photographed using horse reins to threaten Haitian migrants pic.twitter.com/3SwYX6RxPh
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 25, 2021