Just When You Thought The Border Crisis Couldn't Get Any Worse... Leaked Docs Shed Light
With all the attention the border crisis has stirred, you would expect the Biden administration would be forced to act but this isn't that type of administration. Newly leaked documents from Border Patrol just revealed how bad things have gotten under Biden-Harris.
Bill Melugin received a page he posted on Twitter that shows how many illegals were released into the US. Most on their own accord with the foolish expectation that they will willingly report in.
"NEW/THREAD: According to Border Patrol documents provided by a source, the federal gov has released over 70,000 illegal immigrants into the U.S. since August 6, including 31,977 released via parole (temp legal status, eligible for work permits). 94,570 released via NTR since 3/20"
Melugin later clarified in an interview with Fox News that "NTR" stands for 'notice to report—where they basically pick when and where to report in. He also explained that "ATD" stands for Alternatives to Denetion' which means that they were released without any form of tracking.
NEW/THREAD: According to Border Patrol documents provided by a source, the federal gov has released over 70,000 illegal immigrants into the U.S. since August 6, including 31,977 released via parole (temp legal status, eligible for work permits).
94,570 released via NTR since 3/20 pic.twitter.com/ag5OMsYw27
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) October 13, 2021
The report assembled by Fox read:
Since March 20, at least 94,570 illegal immigrants have been released into the U.S. with Notices to Report. Those who receive such a notice are only required to check in with an ICE office when they get to their final destination – which could be anywhere across the country. Those who check in are not deported or detained as their immigration proceedings move forward.
Meanwhile, since Aug 6th, the administration has released roughly 32,000 immigrants into the U.S. via parole – which gives migrants a form of legal status and the ability to apply for work permits.
Federal law says parole authority is to be used on a case-by-case basis for "urgent humanitarian purposes" and "significant public benefit." Typically only a handful of parole cases are granted by officials, but the Biden administration has been using it more broadly, including in its parole of tens of thousands of Afghans into the United States as part of Operation Allies Welcome.