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Report: Federal Authorities Releasing Thousands Of Illegal Aliens Into US

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Federal authorities are releasing thousands of illegal aliens into the U.S. as an influx of Haitian migrants overwhelms officials in Del Rio.


Federal officials are releasing thousands of illegal aliens into the United States as an influx of Haitian migrants overwhelms officials in Del Rio, Texas, a new report from the Associated Press suggests.

The Biden administration has repeatedly claimed it is countering the influx of illegal aliens at the southern border by ordering expulsions under Title 42, but data shows the government is not near as vigilant about enforcing that policy as it appears to be.

Haitian migrants in Del Rio, the report indicates, are being let go from federal custody on a “very, very large scale” as President Joe Biden’s border agency struggles to process and contain the approximately 14,000 illegal aliens camped out in foul and soiled conditions under International Bridge.

Some of the migrants released into the United States were directed to report themselves to an immigration office within the next two months, but reports indicate that only a small percentage of illegals caught and then released by the government actually follows through on self-reporting.

Despite footage, pictures, and reports of what is happening in Del Rio, the Biden administration is pushing aside the opportunity to address the crisis in favor of lying to the American public about their role in creating it.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters in a press briefing this week that the Biden administration is expelling illegal aliens and claimed that the COVID-19 protocols for other foreign nationals shouldn’t apply to migrants.

These are individuals we noted and discussed — we are expelling individuals based on Title 42, specifically because of COVID, and we want to prevent a scenario where a large number of people are gathering and posing a threat to the community and the migrants themselves. Those are the policies we put in place in large part because again the CDC recommends Title 42,” she said.

Later, she reiterated on “CBS Mornings” that “we are still implementing Title 42.”

“We are going to send people out of the country who come in as we implement that,” she said.

“A COVID safety protocol?” one of the hosts asked.

“Exactly,” Psaki confirmed.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told CNN on Monday that the federal government has “an obligation to execute on the Title 42 authority, which is a public health authority in a time of pandemic that is held by the Centers for Disease Control,” but U.S. Customs and Border Protection data suggests that just under 45 percent of the 156,641 unique encounters dealt with by the agency in August resulted in expulsion under the COVID-19 policy.

“If you come to the United States illegally, you will be returned, your journey will not succeed, and you will be endangering your life and your family’s life,” Mayorkas also said on Monday.