Joe Biden Opens U.S. Borders to 44,000 Ukrainians
The amount exceeds the resident population of Burlington, Vermont
President Joe Biden has opened up the borders of the United States to 44,000 Ukrainians in over two months, according to reports.
The amount exceeds the resident population of Burlington, Vermont.
Since late March, Biden has welcomed about 22,000 Ukrainians at the U.S.-Mexico border, the latest Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data reveals.
According to Brietbart:
The administration has been releasing hundreds of Ukrainians into American communities via the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego, California.
As part of that process, Ukrainians fly to Tijuana, Mexico, and then line up every day at the Port of Entry, where they are briefly detained and released into the U.S. interior.
According to sources, the process works like a “DMV for Ukrainians.”
Another 22,000 Ukrainians, the DHS data shows, have been authorized by the Biden administration to enter the U.S. through the agency’s new “Uniting for Ukraine” migration pipeline program.
The program allows Ukrainians to secure parole, valid for two years, to enter the U.S. while still overseas.
Roughly 4,200 Ukrainians of those 22,000 have already entered the U.S. while thousands continue arriving.
The DHS data reveals that over 40,000 applications have been filed to bring Ukrainians to the U.S.
Last month, House and Senate Republicans voted to give $40 billion in additional American taxpayer funding to Ukraine.
By supporting the aid package, Republicans rubber-stamped $900 million to fund Biden’s migration pipeline from Ukraine.
As Neon Nettle reported:
Since President Biden took office in 2021, the U.S has added more than 2 million immigrants to its population with he majority of them being illegal.
According to the Center for Immigration Studies, the surge is so overwhelming that it’s pushed up the projected point at which the U.S. will have its largest-ever share of immigrants.
At the current pace of growth, 14.9% of residents will be immigrants as of sometime next year, topping the record set around the turn of the 20th Century.
That’s half a decade earlier than the Census Bureau’s last calculation, said Steven A. Camarota, the center’s director of research and the lead author of the new report.