Joe Biden Vows NOT to Deport Any Criminal Illegal Aliens in First 100 Days
Democrat reveals crimes convicted abroad will not count toward deportation
Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden has vowed that he won't deport a single criminal illegal alien from the United States in his first 100 days, no matter what their crime may be.
The former vice president also pledged that after his first 100 days as presdient, he wouldn't deport any illegals who have been convicted of crimes abroad.
Biden pledged that the only illegal immigrants that would be deported are those who have "convictions of felonies in the United States of America."
The promise by Biden would seemingly leave illegal aliens free to roam the United States without risk of deportation even if they have been convicted of rape, murder, or terrorism charges in Canada, Mexico, or Europe, for example.
The ex-VP made the concerning pledge during CNN’s Democrat debate Sunday night.
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Biden recommitted to his promise to not deport any illegal aliens in his first 100 days, no matter their criminal history.
“In the first 100 days of my administration, no one, no one will be deported at all,” a tired-looking Biden declared.
“From that point on, the only deportations that will take place is convictions of felonies in the United States of America.”
Biden, along with Obama, oversaw thousands of deportations and detention of border crossers between 2008 to 2016, according to Breitbart.
He has attempted to angle his national immigration plan to appease the open borders lobby.
As Breitbart has reported, research finds that deporting these 11 million to 22 million illegal aliens saves American taxpayers billions of dollars, compared to the costs they are forced to pay when illegal aliens are allowed to stay.
Deporting every illegal alien in the country would amount to a cost savings of about $622 billion over the course of a lifetime.
This indicates that deporting illegal aliens is six times less costly than what it costs American taxpayers to currently subsidize the millions of illegal aliens living in the U.S.