Illegal Alien Sex Offenders Flooding US Communities Under Biden's 'Sanctuary' Orders
Joe Biden's open-borders policies are causing violent criminals to be freed, report shows
Immigration officials are releasing illegal alien sex offenders into American communities under Democrat Joe Biden's "sanctuary country" orders, according to reports.
In February, Biden issued orders to block criminal aliens from being deported.
The orders from Biden's Department of Homeland Security (DHS) prevent Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents from arresting and deporting most illegal aliens.
ICE is only able to deport illegal immigrants if they are terrorists, known gang members, or recently convicted of an aggravated felony.
Otherwise, they must be released back into the interior of the United States.
An analysis revealed Biden's orders are likely to prevent roughly 90 percent of deportations.
A report by FOX 29’s Yami Virgin in San Antonio, Texas, reveals that aside from local counties having to release criminal illegal aliens onto the streets, the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) is releasing illegal alien sex offenders from their custody as a result of the Biden orders.
Two illegal alien sex offenders — one in Austin, Texas, and another in Del Rio, Texas, — were recently released by U.S. Marshals.
USMS was forced to cut the illegals loose after ICE agents were prevented from taking them into custody, sources in law enforcement told Virgin.
Officials with the U.S. Marshals Service said they do not comment on cases “that are the subject of ongoing or pending litigation.”
Last week, Virgin reported likely thousands of criminal illegal aliens have been released from local and county jails into U.S. communities.
The flood comes as ICE agents are stopped from taking criminal aliens into custody.
In San Antonio, alone, Virgin reported 36 criminal illegal aliens had been released into the community rather than turned over to ICE agents.
Those released illegal aliens had been arrested and charged with aggravated assault of a police officer, domestic violence, and drug crimes.
Multiple states, including Texas and Florida, are suing Biden for the sanctuary country orders.
The lawsuits note that criminal illegal aliens who would have otherwise been deported are now being released directly into their communities.