Biden Slashes 90 Percent of ICE’s Deportations in 25 Cities
Biden’s deputies have reduced the deportation of criminal migrants by two-thirds
Joe Biden has abolished deporting illegal migrants from 25 cities by 90 percent, according to reports.
The Center for Immigration Studies shows Biden’s deputies have reduced the deportation of criminal migrants by two-thirds.
According to the data from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), just 18,713 illegals were “removed” from 5 interior cities, such as Atlanta, Baltimore, and Miami, from January to July in 2021
The number includes only 6,000 migrants convicted of severe crimes, such as MS-13 migrants.
Under Trump, 186,019 migrants were removed from the 25 cities, which included 17,553 migrants convicted of serious crimes.
Employers were forced to raise wages, especially for lower-income Americans, as a result.
In 2020, Trump’s deputies removed 93,247 migrants from the cities, including 13,120 criminal migrants.
But the deportation rate has dropped to roughly 3,000 per month since Biden appointed Alejandro Mayorkas as the Department of Homeland Security.
Mayorkas’s annual deportations amount to one of every 275 illegal migrants.
As Breitbart reported:
Mayorkas’s likely deportation of 40,000 migrants in all of 2021 from the 25 cities is less than just one month of arriving “got-aways” — illegal migrants who are detected yet successfully evade the border patrol. So far, roughly 400,000 job-seeking migrants have sneaked across the border under Mayorkas’ lax rules.
The Biden ICE data does not include migrants who were turned back from the border — and sometimes deported to their homelands — under the Title 42 anti-epidemic rules.
Mayorkas is a Cuban immigrant and a pro-migration zealot. In a November Senate hearing, for example, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) asked him: “What should be a higher priority of the United States Government? Securing our border or giving amnesty to illegal aliens who are already here?”
“Justice is our priority,” Mayorkas responded, adding, “That includes securing our border and providing relief to those [migrants] who qualify for it under our laws.”
Neon Nettle reported earlier this year:
Mayorkas admitted that approximately 12,000 Haitian migrants have now been released into the United States before adding the number “could be even higher.”
“So are we talking about a total of 12,000, or could it be even higher?” Mayorkas said.
“It could be even higher if the number that is returned could be even higher. What we do is we follow the law as Congress has passed it.”
Earlier this year, Mayorkas was caught in a leaked audio file admitting that the border crisis is "unsustainable" and "we're going to lose" with illegal crossings as numbers hit a 21-year high.
"If our borders are the first line of defense, we're going to lose, and this is unsustainable," Mayorkas confesses in an audio file obtained by Fox News.