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Revelation of Biden's Parole Program: Transporting Illegals to 45+ US Cities

Revelation of Biden's Parole Program: Transporting Illegals to 45+ US Cities

An Unexpected Revelation: Biden's Parole Program Transports Illegals to Over 45 US Cities

Unveiling the Parole Program

Recent information unearthed by a House Committee subpoena has compelled the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to disclose the particulars of its parole program. This initiative was devised to grant entry to thousands of individuals hailing from various countries.

Program Expansion and Impact

Launched in October 2022, the program was initially designed to accommodate Venezuelans who had American sponsors and had successfully undergone a vetting process. However, the program's reach quickly broadened, including individuals from Cuba, Haiti, and Nicaragua, and ultimately transporting illegal aliens to over 45 cities across the United States.

As per the DHS documents, the parole program facilitated the entry of over 200,000 individuals into the United States between January and August 2023. Although the program did not cover flight expenses, it allowed these individuals to enter the country and arrange their travel independently. Florida was a preferred destination for the majority of the program's participants, with approximately 80% of the 200,000 opting to reside in cities such as Miami, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale. Other favored destinations included New York, California, Texas, Nevada, and Georgia.

Defending the Program

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas stood in defense of the program, arguing that it offered "a safe and orderly way to reach the United States". He also claimed, albeit without providing specific evidence, that the program "resulted in a reduction in numbers of those nationalities". Mayorkas underscored its global significance, pointing out its role in tackling "the unprecedented level of migration throughout our hemisphere" and suggesting that other nations might consider it as a model for managing irregular migration.

Program's Current Status and Criticism

However, the documents also disclosed that as of October 2023, there were still around 1.6 million pending applications. The program currently admits about 30,000 individuals per month, providing them with work permits and authorizing them to reside in the country for two years.

Congressman Mark Green (R-Tenn.), Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, voiced strong disapproval of the program, stating, "These documents expose the egregious lengths Secretary Mayorkas will go to ensure inadmissible aliens reach every corner of the country, from Orlando and Atlanta to Las Vegas and San Francisco." Green labeled the parole program "an unlawful sleight of hand" designed to mask the escalating border crisis from the American public.

Mayorkas' Impeachment and Ongoing Debate

In response to the perceived mishandling of the border crisis, the House of Representatives impeached Mayorkas in February. This marked the second impeachment of a Cabinet secretary in U.S. history, and the first in nearly 150 years. However, the Senate's Democratic majority ultimately voted to end the trial without proceeding to a vote on conviction or acquittal, following repeated delays.

The release of the DHS parole program documents has reignited the debate over U.S. immigration policy and the management of migration at the southern border, underscoring the ongoing tensions surrounding these issues at both the national and international levels.

Author: Tyler Durden

Published: Fri, 05/03/2024 - 21:20

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